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Discover how leading hospitals are using VigiLanz to streamline workflows, cut costs, and improve patient care.

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VigiLanz Helps Sharp HealthCare Identify Patients for Clinical Trials

Hear how the Sharp Center for Research is using VigiLanz Clinical Trial Solution to speed up the screening process and meet targeted enrollment windows.

Antimicrobial Stewardship

Cincinnati Children’s Uses VigiLanz to Identify Patients with Penicillin Allergies

Learn how VigiLanz helped Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center get ahead of penicillin allergies.

Safety Surveillance

CHRISTUS Health Increases Safety Event Reporting with VigiLanz

Automated event detection led to a 400% increase in ADRs reported compared to manual reporting for the CHRISTUS Health team.


Sharp Grossmont Hospital Uses VigiLanz for Fast, Accurate Clinical Trial Recruitment

With VigiLanz, Sharp Grossmont Hospital reduced the time needed to screen and enroll patients in their clinical trials.


Freeman Health System Pharmacy Uses VigiLanz to Improve Care, Workflows, and Costs

Here are five examples of how VigiLanz’s pharmacy workflow solutions supported key initiatives that improved patient care while reducing costs.


Holmes Regional Medical Center Pharmacists Use VigiLanz to Improve Care

Read how clinical surveillance is helping this award-winning pharmacy team provide innovative patient care.

Antimicrobial Stewardship

Northern Arizona Healthcare Uses VigiLanz to Fight COVID-19 and Mitigate Drug Shortages

VigiLanz’s rules and alerts provide three key benefits for a hard-hit hospital during the pandemic.

Infection Prevention

Mount Sinai Beth Israel Uses VigiLanz to Fight COVID-19 Surge in New York City

The VigiLanz alerts and reports implemented by Mount Sinai’s infection prevention team ensured a faster response to COVID-19.

Safety Surveillance

Community Health Network Uses VigiLanz to Improve Safety Event Reporting

“We’re confident that we aren’t missing things and that we’re addressing more potential safety problems and gaps than before.”

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