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Sibley is a non-profit, full service 318 bed acute care community hospital serving the Washington, D.C. area. Our campus is also home to an assisted living residence, Grand Oaks and The Sibley Renaissance which houses our Center for Rehabilitation Medicine, Sibley Senior Services, skilled nursing care and a residential Alzheimer's unit.
 
The hospital utilizes QuadraMed’s Computerized Patient Record (QCPR) for its medication management, nursing documentation, and laboratory reporting.  QCPR is an integrated information system designed to provide real-time information for clinical decision-making.  It is the foundation for the hospital’s move towards barcode medication administration, computerized prescriber order entry (CPOE), and ultimately, a complete electronic health record.
 
Sibley also uses Pyxis® 2000 Medstations. This automated dispensing system enhances the distribution, management and control of medications. Each station communicates with the console in the central pharmacy at the time of access.  All transaction information including patient name, user name, the medication and quantity to be removed, is automatically recorded for accounting, restocking and billing purposes. Additionally, controlled substances are tracked using CIISafe®.   
www.pyxis.com
 
The Department of Pharmacy uses a Clinical Intervention Database for documenting, analyzing and reporting clinical interventions.
 
Other sites we are collaborating with, or have recently collaborated with include:
Children’s National Medical Center
http://www.childrensnational.org

Georgetown University Hospital
http://www.georgetownuniversityhospital.org
 
Maryland Poison Center, University of Maryland School of Pharmacy
http://www.mdpoison.com
 
The Center for Minority Studies, District of Columbia
http://www.cms-dc.org
 
The Department of Veterans Affairs
http://www.washingtondc.va.gov
 
 
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