HealthObjects gains contracts for software


November 15, 1996

HealthObjects Corp. of Baltimore announced its first contracts for its Accessible Clinical Environment (ACE) software.

Pharmacy Corp. of America, a Tampa, Fla.-based company with 54 institutional pharmacies serving 225,000 nursing home beds in 25 states, will begin using the ACE system in January, Steven dTC G. Bass, president and chief executive of HealthObjects, said at the American Society of Consultant Pharmacists' annual meeting Nashville, Tenn.

HealthObjects also announced a contract with Baltimore-based NeighborCare Pharmacies, whose institutional pharmacies serve 50,000 long-term-care beds in 11 states. Although it is a separate company, Health-Objects was launched by NeighborCare executives, before NeighborCare became a subsidiary of Genesis Health Ventures of Kennett Square, Pa.

The ACE software is designed to manage pharmacy operations, from order entry to delivery, including medical records management, inventory, cost control and billing. Modules are available for institutional pharmacies and for the long-term care facilities that are their customers.

Pub Date: 11/15/96

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