Physician medication management that reduces risks from hospital to home
Prevent medication errors in the operating room and help patients succeed with their medication regimens with Omnicell's medication dispensing systems for hospitals and medication adhrence solutions.
Whether you’re an anesthesia provider in the hospital or a primary care physician, your priority is a good outcome for the patient. This can be challenging when many factors are out of your control. But medication management is one area where you can make an impact.
Omnicell delivers physician medication management solutions to the entire continuum of care—acute, long-term, and population health. Through advanced automation, data intelligence, and software, we are helping physicians prevent medication errors and strengthen compliance with medication regimens.
The result is safer surgery in the hospital, and a better chance for healthy outcomes at home.
Store, track, and secure operating room anesthetic medications and supplies with easy-access, yet tightly controlled security.Learn more
Solutions to keep your chronically ill patients on track for better outcomes
How can physicians keep their patients compliant when 20%-30% of prescriptions are never filled, and another 30% of patients don't take their meds even after they pick them up? 1
Omnicell helps address this challenge by equipping retail and outpatient pharmacies with a wide array of medication adherence tools. For the over 39 million Americans who take five or more medications a day, 2,3our SureMed adherence packaging provides an easy way to remember to take every dose at the right time. Up to 90% adherence rates have been demonstrated. 4
Other Omnicell solutions take medication adherence even further by helping to reduce trips to the pharmacy and facilitating in-depth consultation about their medication regimens.
1 Brody JE. The cost of not taking your medicine. New York Times. April 17, 2017.
2 Centers for Disease Control and Prevention website: National Center for Health Statistics. January 19, 2017.
3 U.S. Census Bureau website: U.S. and World Census Clock.
4 Pinto S, et al. Innovations in Pharmacy. 2018;9(1).
Clearly organize multiple medications in an easy-to-follow format that provides instant visual reinforcement of what to take and when.Learn more