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Automated Dispensing Cabinets
Considered the most important pharmacy technology used today, automated dispensing cabinets play a critical role in medication safety and nurse efficiency.
It’s the ongoing dilemma. Anesthesia providers need instant access to medications, but pharmacy wants tighter control. With Omnicell medication workstations designed for the operating room you can have both.
Disparate healthcare systems create disjointed workflow and extra steps for caregivers. In order to increase efficiency and prevent errors, healthcare providers increasingly need interoperability between systems.
Solutions to Help Improve Visibility, Streamline Workflows, and Support Patient Safety on Display in Booth #701
Mountain View, California
Omnicell, Inc., (NASDAQ: OMCL), a leading provider of medication and supply management solutions and adherence tools for healthcare systems and pharmacies, will showcase its award-winning platform of solutions at the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP) 2018 Summer Meetings and Exhibition taking place June 2-6 in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. The Omnicell platform leverages automation and predictive analytics to fully automate and facilitate medication management across the continuum of care, including storage, dispensing and sterile compounding.
A recent study revealed that positive pharmacist-patient relationships and communication can help improve patient outcomes.1 Omnicell’s solutions are designed to optimize pharmacy workflow as well as provide actionable information to pharmacists, allowing them to reallocate time to patient interactions and enhance patient-pharmacist communications.
Omnicell’s medication management solutions and analytics tools will be on display at ASHP 2018 in booth #701. Solutions available in the booth for demonstration include:
XR2 Automated Central Pharmacy System, which automates critical workflows to maximize inventory control, help improve efficiency and increase medication safety.
IVX Workflow and i.v.STATION™, workflow and robotic sterile compounding solutions designed to enhance patient safety, dose accuracy, and compliance while reducing costs.
Performance Center™, a complete enterprise software solution with ongoing expert services to proactively monitor your pharmacy operations and recommend actions for improved operational efficiency, regulatory compliance and patient outcomes.
XT Series Automated Medication Dispensing Cabinets that help improve workflow efficiency, medication accountability, and patient safety through the latest hardware technology and smart software features.
XT Anesthesia Workstation™, which gives anesthesia providers instant access to medications while ensuring the pharmacy of tighter control in the operating room. This automated system securely stores all the medications and supplies needed for a full day of cases in one place and automatically tracks inventory used, cutting hours of manual documentation.
Interoperability with key electronic health record (EHR) systems that allow hospital staff to perform many cabinet functions within the EHR and automatically identifies variances between medications dispensed from the cabinet versus medications documented as administered and/or wasted, saving significant time.
Omnicell Analytics, easy-to-use, web-based diversion analytics software that transforms real-time data into actionable insights to help detect potential drug diversion more efficiently.
“Our comprehensive approach to medication management is designed to not only maximize pharmacists’ time for clinical activities, but to do so in a way that has a positive impact on patient safety,” said Nhat H. Ngo, executive vice president, marketing, strategy, and business development at Omnicell. “We look forward to ASHP Summer for the opportunity it affords us to further collaborate with our pharmacy partners and their colleagues, since their input is vital to our continued innovation in this important sector of healthcare.”
1 Journal of Healthcare Management, “Patient Perception of Medication Communications in the Hospital: The Role of the Pharmacist.” March-April 2018. https://insights.ovid.com/crossref?an=00115514-201804000-00007