Omnicell Exhibits Industry-Leading Platform with Suite of Automated Supply and Medication Management Solutions at AHRMM18
Manual, disjointed supply and medication management processes are time-consuming, affecting inventory costs and revenue, and ultimately patient safety. As medical supplies account for 30 to 40 percent of a hospital's total costs,i hospital supply chain leaders need a better, more efficient way to manage these resources–particularly as today's health systems become more expansive and complex.
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"Hospitals are constantly looking to improve patient care. Optimizing visibility to the supply chain ultimately helps ensure the right materials are where they should be to provide the best, most efficient care to patients," said
Supporting the highest level of patient safety is essential to excellent patient care. As a leader in medication and supply dispensing automation, central pharmacy automation, IV robotics, analytics software, and medication adherence and packaging systems,
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i Jarousse L. Strategic supply chain management. Hospital and Health Networks, 2011. https://www.hhnmag.com/articles/4522-strategic-supply-chain-management. Accessed 8/2/18
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