Thought Leadership Series Webinar Recording - Save Lives, Money, and Reputation - Take the Driver’s Seat on Medication Diversion

Everyone knows diversion is a major challenge in today’s health care environment, but not everyone knows how to confidently detect, manage, and prevent diversion incidents. Omnicell is proud to announce a four-part webinar series on Diversion Management with special guest Kimberly New. 

Kimberly New

Kimberly New, JD, BSN, RN

Kimberly New serves as a consultant on controlled substance security and regulatory compliance to health care facilities across the country. Kim has a BS in Nursing from Wichita State University, and a JD from Washburn University School of Law. She is the President of the Tennessee Chapter of the National Association of Drug Diversion Investigators (NADDI), and a health care facility liaison to the NADDI Executive Board. Kim is a frequent author and national speaker on the subject of health facility diversion. She has been featured in USA Today, and has served as a guest author for the CDC Safe Healthcare blog as well at the DHHS aids.gov blog.

You have the tools, you understand the process, and now it’s time to proactively tackle drug diversion. We wrap up this webinar series by taking a look at health care facilities that have successfully implemented diversion solutions in their hospital. The discussion will include how these facilities were able to gain C-Suite level support for their programs. With this final installment of our Diversion Management webinar series, you’ll be equipped to take action at your facility and stay ahead of the curve on drug diversion—a critical patient safety issue.

Register for this webinar recording to learn from the experience of Kim New, who has extensive experience assisting facilities with starting and refining their drug diversion programs, with a goal of protecting patients from the harm that is frequently associated with diversion.

You may register to view the webinar below.

  • 12/02/14
  • Location: Online Webstreaming