A Vision of the Autonomous Pharmacy for One of the World Largest Hospitals
Anne Mostue of Bloomberg Radio recently toured the Massachusetts General Hospital pharmacy and interviewed Christopher Fortier, PharmD, Chief Pharmacy Operator, about his partnership with Omnicell and how the Company’s Autonomous Pharmacy vision will advance his goals for pharmacy.
Sentara RMH Medical Center Transitions to XR2 to Improve Safety and Efficiency
Sentara RMH Medical Center in Harrisonburg, Virginia provides cardiac, oncology, orthopedic, and mother-baby services, among others. They explain deciding factors for transitioning to the Omnicell XR2 Automated Central Pharmacy System.
Quest for IV Safety Leads from Clean Room to Capitol Hill
Sterile compounding is among the highest-risk activities performed by health-system pharmacies. The quest to reduce this risk led Dave Webster to become an early adopter of sterile compounding automation—as well as a noted author, lecturer, and advocate on the subject.
Improve Workflow with Anesthesia Workstation and Epic Anesthesia Integration
Our interoperability solutions create greater efficiency by removing redundant steps from nursing and pharmacy workflow. Now we’ve introduced integration between the Omnicell XT Anesthesia Workstation™ and Epic Anesthesia module.
Performance Center Creates a Better Way to Optimize Your XT Cabinets
For customers who have Omnicell XT Automated Dispensing Cabinets, the Operational Insights functionality of Performance Center now includes an XT optimization service. This service provides recommendations to help you right-size medication inventory and reduce expired medications in the cabinets.
Honing the Swap Out Process Texas Children's Installs Nearly 200 XT Cabinets
An Omnicell customer for over 20 years, Texas Children’s Hospital was eager to upgrade to the XT Automated Dispensing Cabinets to meet its growing needs for more accountability, efficiency, and safety in medication management. But with nearly 200 cabinets across three campuses, it needed a streamlined way to make the conversion— without interrupting patient care.