The concept of “autonomous pharmacy” is the vision of operational excellence that pharmacists, nurses, and executives have been striving for—zero-error medication management. It’s also the ideal digital transformation standard needed to address escalating challenges in pharmacy supply chain across the continuum of care.
Studies show that 1 in 10 healthcare workers will experience substance abuse at some point during their lives. Yet despite being the hardest hit by diversion, many health systems lack the necessary tools to detect these incidences in real-time.
Omnicell is excited to bring together pharmacy, nursing, and healthcare’s best and brightest minds to help address these challenges and discover a new vision for success at our biggest digital event – Omnicell Illuminate 2020 – Nov. 9, 10 & 12. It’s 100% virtual and 100% free, so you can participate no matter where you’re located.
Could you imagine having complete visibility across your pharmacy operation? For instance, the ability to track medication – from the loading dock to the nurse’s glove – through a combination of cloud-based intelligence, analytics, machine learning, and AI.
For Massachusetts General Hospital – the No. 6-ranked hospital in the country by US News & World Report – finding and retrieving medication from the basement and delivering to distant patient floors can cause lengthy medication administration delays that can be dangerous to patients with urgent care needs.
The concept of “autonomous pharmacy” is the vision of operational excellence that pharmacists, nurses, and executives have been striving for – zero-error medication management. It’s also the ideal digital transformation standard needed to address escalating challenges in pharmacy supply chain across the continuum of care.
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