News | June 15, 2008

3M, Materials Management Microsystems Partner for Connectivity of Sterile Processing Information Systems

June 16, 2008 - 3M Health Care and Materials Management Microsystems today they plan to establish connectivity between Microsystems’ SPM sterile processing information system and 3M Attest Auto-readers and 3M Steri-Vac EO Sterilization Systems.

This collaboration will provide hospitals more streamlined data collection, documentation and reporting capabilities, because results from the Attest Auto-reader and Steri-Vac System will download directly into Microsystems’ sterile processing information system.

Under the agreement, Microsystems will offer additional modules to its existing software application that will include enhanced sterilization monitoring documentation capability and connectivity to Attest Auto-readers and Steri-Vac Systems. With these new offerings clients will enjoy greater accuracy and simplicity in the documentation process as more information will move electronically and more information will reside in a single location.

The addition to Microsystems’ software products will be available summer 2008.

For more information: www.3m.com/healthcare, www.mmmicrosystems.com

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