News | May 09, 2007

McKesson, DocuSys Partner to Bring Patient Safety Solutions to Healthcare Industry

May 10, 2007 - DocuSys Inc., a provider of Anesthesia Information Management Systems (AIMS) and Digital Drug Management Systems, has licensed its AIMS technology to McKesson Corp. This move positions McKesson as DocuSys’ largest single customer to date.

By choosing DocuSys as its partner, McKesson is complimenting its clinical product line for the perioperative environment. Through the agreement, McKesson gains the right to sublicense the current version of the DocuSys solution to its customers and provide ongoing development, maintenance and support. DocuSys will receive royalties from McKesson for each sublicense and will continue to develop, market, maintain and support future versions of its software. Integration of the partners’ respective products is preserved in the agreement.

“The new agreement with McKesson enables DocuSys to expand distribution of our anesthesia patient safety technology and optimize resources in advancing our business and development processes,” said DocuSys President and CEO Robert Hanson. “It also allows us to sharpen our focus on our medication management systems and create first-generation products in the preoperative medicine arena — a segment of the perioperative environment that has been largely unaddressed. We are very pleased with the agreement and the opportunities it creates for the company.”

For more information visit www.docusys.net

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