ASHP Midyear 2020: The Journey to Zero-Error Medication Management
VP, Brand, Digital and Growth Marketing, Omnicell
A year ago, we couldn’t have imagined the trials 2020 would bring to healthcare, yet health system pharmacists have risen to the challenge. From standing up temporary care areas, adding new treatment options to formularies, and navigating a strained inventory supply chain, we’ve seen the critical role of the pharmacist elevated throughout this pandemic.
As COVID-19 continues to disrupt our day-to-day operations, technology-driven medication management solutions are more important than ever.
I invite you to join us during ASHP Midyear 2020 (100% virtual) to learn how the Autonomous Pharmacy is transforming inefficient, error-prone, manual processes to help pharmacies enhance safety, improve efficiency, and drive business outcomes.
On Sunday, December 6 at 10:00 AM PT, Omnicell’s VP of Product Management, Jim Garretson, and VP of Engineering Michael Korthuis, will host “Pharmacy Success Starts with Data Intelligence.” Learn how intelligence and predictive analytics are helping to minimize medication errors, reduce waste and shortages, increase efficiency, and support compliance, ultimately empowering practitioners to refocus their time to patient care initiatives.
On Monday, December 7 at 11:00 AM PT, join Omnicell Chairman, President, CEO, and Founder Randall Lipps as he walks through “Your Hardest Day: Reimagined Through a Fully Autonomous Pharmacy.” Follow this hypothetical “day in the life” of a modern pharmacy leader forced to deal with an impending healthcare crisis, and how technology is transforming inefficient, error-prone, manual processes and improving safety and efficiency.
And be sure to visit Omnicell’s virtual booth to experience our latest innovations and see the Autonomous Pharmacy in action. Discover how you can start your journey to zero-error medication management.
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