Safely deliver the right medications at the right time, while saving time
Replace manual tasks with error-free and insight-driven workflows that lower costs and give you back time for deeper patient engagement and care.
As active members of the care delivery team, pharmacists do more than dispense medication—they play a key role in individual patient and population health. But running a pharmacy is also a challenging business. Burdened with manual and administrative tasks, diversion and safety concerns, it’s hard to spend enough time with patients.
Workflow efficiency doesn’t need to come at the price of safety and compliance. It should enhance them. It should go beyond automating tasks to serving patients through an intelligent system of care. With data-driven medication management and adherence solutions, pharmacists can safely bolster operations and help pharmacy technicians work more efficiently. The cost and time saved allows them to take on clinical initiatives and improve health in the communities they serve.
Serving the retail and hospital pharmacist
For hospital and retail pharmacists, success for each role starts with streamlined pharmacy operations that achieve optimal patient safety, optimize the use of inventory, and use workflow efficiency tools that free up pharmacists and pharmacy technicians to focus on what matters most.
Yet hospital pharmacy and retail pharmacy each pose unique opportunities and challenges to the staff and leaders who run them. Omnicell develops solutions that address the nuanced strategies, skills and tools that pharmacists in these settings rely on every day to improve care and reach higher performance.
Cost-saving hospital pharmacy workflows designed for safety and efficiency
The fast-paced, high-stakes hospital pharmacy is a complex hub of patient care. By removing time taxing, repetitive, and error-prone tasks, workflow automation boosts patient safety and improves operations. It also goes far to streamline cohesion between pharmacy and nursing to advance care across the hospital. Furthermore, securing medications and supplies against diversion gives you peace of mind and time back to focus on face-to-face patient care.