Texas Children's Hospital
Texas Children’s has been relying on Omnicell technology since 1995 to support efficient medication management for its mother-baby and pediatric patient populations. As an innovative leader, Texas Children’s sought the most advanced technology available in automated medication dispensing cabinets.
University of Rochester Medical Center
The University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) identified a number of areas of weakness in their IV compounding processes where errors were likely and patient safety was at risk, including wrong product selection, incorrect volume added, omitted ingredients, and missing checks. URMC is one of the nation’s leading academic medical centers, and includes Strong Memorial Hospital, the Eastman Institute for Oral Health, the University of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentistry with its faculty practice (University of Rochester Medical Faculty Group), and the University of Rochester School of Nursing.
A longtime partner with Omnicell, Sentara RMH Medical Center is a 238-bed community hospital serving a seven-county area in the Shenandoah Valley region of Virginia and is part of Sentara Healthcare, an integrated healthcare system with 12 hospitals in Virginia and North Carolina. The pharmacy’s philosophy is to automate wherever possible in order to allow staff to practice at the top of their licenses.
Ohio Valley Hospital
Ohio Valley Hospital, a 124-bed independent community hospital outside Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, smoothly transitions to new controlled substance and inventory automation technology that increases security, visibility and frees up time for pharmacists.
Moses H. Cone Memorial Health
Moses H. Cone is a 536-bed, acute-care hospital, the flagship institution of the six-hospital Cone Health located in Greensboro, NC. Like many health care providers, supply chain disruptions left it feeling vulnerable. Drug shortages, cost spikes, shipping delays, recalls, and other factors have a profound effect on the ability to take care of patients.
Huntsville Hospital, a 941-bed facility serving northern Alabama and southern Tennesee, looked to IV automation to drive a consistent, reliable process to support patient safety and to lower medication costs.