Our Alliances and Business Partners
The National Alliance of State Pharmacy Associations
(NASPA) will exclusively market SecondStory adverse event
software and information systems to healthcare organizations
in the United States.
NASPA was founded in 1927 and is made up of state pharmacy associations and associate members. The alliance enables state pharmacy association executives to improve their work and service through the sharing of ideas and the pursuit of activities that benefit the associations of its members either individually or collectively.
North Carolina Mutual Wholesale Drug Company
- Focused on Independents
Mutual Drug endorses the Pharmacy Quality Assurance Program and Learning System© by SecondStory Health.
North Carolina Mutual Wholesale Drug Company, also known as
Mutual Drug, is the independent choice of wholesale distributors of North Carolina, South Carolina and Virginia. Formed as a cooperative, Mutual Drug is owned and managed by Pharmacists. Mutual Drug works for the independent pharmacist who wants his/her store to succeed.
North Carolina Association of Pharmacists
NCAP Promotes SecondStory Health Patient Safety Tool Through Alliance Agreement
In support of its members' goal of improving patient safety, NCAP, a statewide association of more than 1,000 pharmacists, has signed an alliance agreement with SecondStory Health. The agreement exclusively endorses SecondStory software, and SecondStory Health's consulting, training, data analysis and data management services.
"NCAP is committed to supporting our members with much needed tools that facilitate their patient safety, accreditation and compliance initiatives," according to Fred Eckel, NCAP's Executive Director. "SecondStory Health's software and strategies are evidence-based, easy to use and designed from the perspective of the busy clinician, safety officer and healthcare administrator."
Topsail Technologies, Inc.
Topsail Technologies and SecondStory Health have combined their respective expertise to produce state-of-the art safety software to reduce risk in healthcare organizations.
Topsail Technologies, formed in 2000, was awarded the Micro Business of the Year Award for 2004 by the Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce and the RTPnet Community Technology Award. Topsail is a member of Health Level Seven (HL7) and the North Carolina Healthcare Information and Communications Alliance (NCHICA).