Today medicines information management is driven by two priorities: the need for safe and effective prescribing combined with cost-effective practice.
BNF on FormularyComplete helps achieve these goals by ensuring better point-of-care access to expert BNF guidance at the same time as improving the management and communication of local formulary information.
BNF on FormularyComplete provides:
1. Instant and reliable access to BNF and BNF for Children
The full content of BNF and BNF for Children is installed on an organisation's intranet. This removes dependence on an internet connection.
2. An editing framework on which to construct your local formulary
The framework means the BNF can be used as a template on which to create, edit and manage formulary local content.
Formulary managers can effortlessly set formulary status; add unlicensed medicines into the BNF framework if required; annotate BNF content with additional local information and alerts or link to institution-specific policy and procedures.
3. A central place to publish all relevant guidance
Published via a central server, BNF on FormularyComplete can be networked within individual hospitals, health authorities, hospital trusts and organisations.
Staff can access via remote or onsite PCs or from mobile devices. This means essential information for pharmacists, doctors and nurses where and when it's required.For further information on BNF on FormularyComplete view our Features page or download our product brochure.
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"The editing tool is intuitive and flexible and reduces time spent on creating and updating local content. We see this as the answer to improved formulary management and better access to expert guidance."
Judith Vincent of ABMU Health Board in Wales
"We fully support a concept that facilitates local formulary compliance, whilst saving time and reducing pharmacy costs."
Paul Lewin, Medicines Information Pharmacist, Noble's Hospital, Isle of Man