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Leveraging Sterile Compounding Technology and Removing Barriers to Improve Safety

Omnicell

And one of the highest areas of opportunity for human error is in the sterile compounding process. The guidelines recognize IV workflow management systems as the minimum safety standard for preparing compounded preparations and IV robotics are recommended for high volume, large batch preparations. savings per year.

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Technicians Can Help With Sterile Compounding

Pharmacy Times

Amid pharmacy strikes and ongoing challenges, technicians can identify new opportunities for growth

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Elevating Sterile Compounding Accuracy

Omnicell

Terri Albarano, PharmD Director, Autonomous Pharmacy, Omnicell Sterile compounding safety is one of the biggest challenges for the pharmacy supply chain. Health systems are expected to compound IV preparations with increasingly complex regulations, rising drug costs, and supply disruptions. Injectable medications cause 1.2

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Why IV Automation Is Critical for Sterile Compounding

Omnicell

So why, as clinicians, are we not focused on improving the documented one in 10 inaccuracies in sterile compounded products? Dave has been a leader in adoption of IV automation and will share how IV compounding robot and iv workflow solutions are improving safety and helping to reduce errors across all areas of sterile compounding.

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Adopting Automation Supports Safer, More Efficient Sterile Compounding

Omnicell

Dennis Wright Senior Director, Central Pharmacy Dispensing Services, Omnicell As disruption and uncertainty in the supply of IV medications from outsourced compounding facilities continues, health system pharmacies should reevaluate how they are managing sterile compounding needs.

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Driving Safety and Savings Through System-Wide Sterile Compounding Automation

Omnicell

David Webster Director of Acute Care Pharmacy Operations, University of Rochester Medical Center Sterile compounding is one of the most high risk, high cost areas of medication management. Manual compounding is fraught with error, studies indicating 1 in 10 IVs are not prepared according to guidelines.

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Continuing Education for Pharmacy Technicians Essential for Safe, Sterile Compounding

Pharmacy Times

Research indicates that poor technique or failure to follow up-to-date standards and protocols could lead to injury or even death of patients who need compounded medications.