November 02, 2020

The Future of Pharmacy Hits the Airwaves

Carol Kimura 
VP, Brand, Digital and Growth Marketing, Omnicell

People are talking. About drug shortages. About diversion. About regulatory compliance. And about pharmacy intelligence and automation. This is why I’m excited to announce that Omnicell is jumping into the virtual conversation with the launch of our new podcast, The Future of Pharmacy. This show is aimed to help foster these conversations and shared learnings for health systems, and pharmacists who are tech curious, looking for ways to improve operations, outcomes, and safety, and ultimately gaining a better understanding of the future of pharmacy. We’ve gathered some of the industry’s leading innovators, healthcare peers, and internal Omnicell experts to share practical advice, personal experience, and best practices for technology-driven medication management and the quest for zero errors.

Join host Ken Perez, Vice President of Healthcare Policy, a leading authority on health policy and pharmacy technology solutions, for our premier episode which airs on November 16 for a discussion about how to prepare for the journey to Autonomous Pharmacy, with guests Jennifer Tryon, Associate Vice President and Chief Pharmacy Officer and of Wake Forest Baptist Health, who also serves as Chairwoman of the Autonomous Pharmacy Advisory Board; and Jim Stevenson, Vice President for Medication Systems Strategy at Omnicell.

Upcoming episodes will showcase the people and technologies on the leading edge of medication management, and will dig into topics including:

The Future of Pharmacy Podcast presented by Omnicell is produced and syndicated by The Pharmacy Podcast Network, which reaches more than 77,000 active listeners globally.

Subscribe to the show today on your favorite podcast platform, including Apple Podcasts, iHeartRadio, Spotify, CastBox, and Google Podcasts.

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