Salt Lake City-based oneSOURCE announces that the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) has selected it to provide a national patient safety platform of document database services for the Veterans Health Administration (VHA) at all VA sites and satellite clinics. Through this partnership, all VHA sites will have online access to the oneSOURCE platform containing digital instructions for use (IFUs) and manuals needed to meet Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services and The Joint Commission accreditation requirements for surgical instruments, equipment, dental, tissue/implants and biomed. 

“Securing an opportunity that promotes oneSOURCE’s mission to a broader audience and allows us to provide our revolutionary platform to such necessary facilities as VHA sites is nothing short of outstanding,” says Jack Speer, co-founder and president of oneSOURCE. 

Speer adds: “Throughout this year, we have experienced phenomenal growth and incredible achievements. We celebrated our 10-year anniversary, transformed and elevated the brand, and steadily demonstrated our dedication to changing the face of patient safety with our relentless passion to delivering unmatched service and tools to the industry. Partnerships like these only cement us as authorities in the healthcare management industry.”

The VA announcement comes several months after oneSOURCE revealed that it launched a tissues/implants database for use in healthcare facilities across the country. Adding to the current offerings in the biomedical, dental, and surgical and equipment sectors, oneSOURCE’s expansion arms sterile processing and operating teams with an efficient way to manage manufacturer IFUs for implantable materials and devices, company officials said at the time.