Current and Future Projects
DSI is currently working on an economical pharmaceutical service in which dialysis patients can have their prescriptions sent directly to their clinic through DSI. This means that instead of having to go to a local pharmacy to place and pick up prescription orders, DSI will ensure that all prescriptions arrive on time at the clinic and will eliminate the cost and hassle of going to the pharmacy for the patient.
Going along with DSI’s desire to be environmentally responsible, DSI set up a research study during the summer of 2008 in order to investigate how the facilities can become more energy efficient and “go green.” Currently, research into wind turbine and solar photo-voltaic technology is being conducted to improve facilities’ energy efficiency and reduce their global footprint. Likewise, water reclamation technology is being pursued.
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