Canadian Pharmacists Association Selects Arbortext to Create and Deliver the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties.
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Arbortext, Inc., the only global provider of XML-based software for multichannel Using two or more paths for transmission or processing. It can refer to a variety of architectures including (1) multiple I/O channels between the CPU and peripheral devices, (2) multiple wires in a cable, (3) multiple "logical" channels within a single wire or fiber or (4) multiple publishing, today announced the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA), a voluntary organization of pharmacists, has selected the Arbortext product suite to create and deliver the Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties (CPS), a pharmaceutical reference guide for health care professionals in Canada
The CPS provides drug monographs representing 4,000 drugs and is delivered to most physicians and all CPhA member pharmacists in Canada. The 2,200 page guide is produced annually with 80,000 copies in English and 20,000 copies in French. CPhA also publishes the Compendium of Self Care Products, Patient Self-Care, Herbs, and Therapeutic Choices.
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Noun 1. of drug information," said Leesa Bruce, Senior Director of Publications for the Canadian Pharmacists Association. "We publish incredibly complex information with a tremendous liability of not done correctly, and we believe that Arbortext understands the implications of this complexity and liability better than any other vendor."
CPhA's business is based on the accuracy and timeliness of the drug information it provides. Through a combination of Epic Editor, the Epic E-Content Engine (E3) and Interchange, its authors are able to streamline the life cycle of that information - from creation to publication - in order to perform more updates at a lower cost.
"CPhA's mission is to provide Canada's health care professionals with credible, authoritative and unbiased drug information," said PG Bartlett, Vice President, Marketing for Arbortext. "Arbortext's products enable them to achieve that goal at a lower cost through a single source of information that supports the creation and delivery of each publication to print, Web and PDA (Personal Digital Assistant) A handheld computer for managing contacts, appointments and tasks. It typically includes a name and address database, calendar, to-do list and note taker, which are the functions in a personal information manager (see PIM). ."
CPhA expects to streamline the creation of its publications, ultimately slashing production costs, reducing the time to market, and improving the freshness of information that is delivered. CPhA also expects to offer its customers more customized publications to fit individual requirements.
About Canadian Pharmacists
The Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPhA) is the national voluntary organization of pharmacists committed to providing leadership for the profession. Their vision is to establish the pharmacists as the health professional whose practice, based on unique knowledge and skills about drug therapy, ensures optimal patience outcomes. CPhA achieves its vision by serving its members through advocacy, facilitation, provision of knowledge, participation in partnerships, research, innovation, education and health promotion. For more information please visit http://www.pharmacists.ca.
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