netFormulary

netFormulary

Developed specifically for the healthcare market by a leading NHS Trust, netFormulary is an electronic formulary that acts as a central point of information for all healthcare professionals allowing doctors, GP's and other prescriber's instant access to the latest and most up to date formulary information.

Within a few hours your formulary can be completely computerised and be available to staff throughout your hospital or prescribing area.

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Implement and Improve

netformulary is a stress free, quick, interactive, easy to use and easy to maintain electronic formulary for your organisation.

A design surface and hundreds of controls and components let you rapidly build sophisticated, powerful UI-driven sites with data access.

A formulary is the output of a processes that supports the managed introduction, utilisation or withdrawal of healthcare treatments within a local healthcare system, service or organisation.

 

Feature Rich Environment

  • Includes all software, web hosting and support
  • MS SQL server database back-end
  • Web site URL- (your-name).formulary.co.uk or register your own NHS.UK address*
  • Database with over 4000 drugs
  • Database with over 1000 categories and 30 main chapters
  • Links to common resources like NICE, UKMI, BNF
  • Advanced search functionality
  • Direct Links which automatically generate to the BNF and SPCs**
  • Full Content Management System
  • Audit trail of activity
  • Web site statistics
  • Reporting suite
  • On site user training
  • Telephone and email support
  • Demo and Training environments available
  • Annual renewals
  • Free upgrades - and updates every 6 months
  • Programmers and Pharmacists that work in the healthcare community
  • Developers integrated with local formulary working group

Feedback

Had a practice with demo site - and found it relatively easy. Many thanks for your quick response.

Thank you for all your help – You providing the hosting platforms seems to have resolved all our IT department’s issues.