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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.
Are you seeking to improve your sterile compounding operations, but are not sure where to start?
Here you will find a variety of informational resources about IV compounding technology to guide your sterile compounding strategy. Some materials are from healthcare providers who share unique insights about their experiences using our IV compounding automation, while others are from industry and regulatory bodies.
IV Solutions User Group
Our IV solutions customers have formed an engaged and active User Group led by Dave Webster, RPh, MSBA, University of Rochester Medical Center. With active users across the globe, this diverse group meets regularly via conference call, covering topics including sterile compounding technology implementation and utilization best practices, and future considerations for product development.
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This University of Rochester Medical Center presentation demonstrates the future of the IV room and how it can potentially transform patient care and safety as well as efficiency.
Industry Resources for IV Compounding
This Pharmacy Technology Report article (login required) discusses the savings and other benefits DCH Health System expects to achieve from Omnicell's robotic and semi-automated systems for IV compounding.
This article in Becker's Hospital Review explores the cost saving and safety benefits of IV compounding automation.
This article in Healthcare IT News describes Duke University Hospital’s initial experience with IV automation and associated compounding data, which helps improve quality and accuracy of admixtures, while increasing productivity and cost savings.