Medication Management Resource Library
In 2008 Beaufort Memorial became the first hospital in the U.S. to implement an ORIS integration solution—enabling interoperability between the hospital’s supply automation solution (Pyxis ProcedureStation™ system) and its OR information management system (Picis™ OR Manager).
A Pre-Post Implementation Evaluation of a PRIDS in a Tertiary Hospital at Barwon Health Hospital, Geelong, Australia
Although well established in Europe, the UK and USA, robotic pharmacy systems in Australian hospitals are just starting to be implemented with promises of improved stock management, more efficient dispensing processes and increased medication safety.
Advancing medication management into the future,Spital STS AG, Thun, Switzerland
STS AG Hospital in Thun, Switzerland has partnered with BD (Becton, Dickinson and Company), to become the first hospital in the world to introduce a fully automated hospital-wide prescription medicines supply chain, enabling, safe, secure, timely and efficient delivery of patients’ medicines from the central pharmacy to the ward or care unit. The increased automation reduces the risk of preventable medication errors and helps to improve safety for patients across the hospital
Advantages of closed medication cycle (closed loop) in practice with BD Rowa™ and BD Pyxis™ Spital STS AG, Thun, Switzerland
The newly developed Pyxis ES Mobile Dock became available to the clinic in Thun with the rollout of the new generation of Pyxis systems (Pyxis ES) and was used for pre-filling the likewise newly designed cubies (intelligent medicine boxes). Cubies were filled with medicines by pharma technicians and counter-checked by a pharmacist.
Automated Medication Management at Antares clinical distribution with Rowa, Hamburg, Germany
Continuous growth and demands in healthcare prompted the owners of the antares Klinikversorgung to automate their clinic stock control processes. June 2015
Automating the OR supply chain at Memorial Hermann Healthcare System. Implementing point-of-use automation for the operating room supply chain not only generated additional net revenue, but also yielded operational efficiencies.
Thun Hospital is among the pioneers when it comes to automation and robotics in drug dispensing. Now it wants to go one step further in “Optimizing the preparation of chemotherapies”. The first automation in Switzerland capable of preparing chemotherapies was installed at the pharmacy of the Geneva University Hospitals (HUG) during the fall. It lends the process even greater efficiency, reliability and safety.
Automation helps improve medication accountability and reduce waste—without adding IT support resources
Children’s Home of Pittsburgh & Lemieux Family Center implements the Pyxis™ ES system to help control medication distribution and improve documentation processes
Das Spital Thun gehort zu den Vorreitern, wenn es um Automatik und Robotik bei der Medikamentenabgabe geht. Nun will es noch einen Schritt weitergehen.
Bay Medical turns to secure automation for improved OR supply management case study
Bay Medical is a 413 bed regional referral hospital in Panama City, FL, which serves seven counties and features the top rated cardiac program in Northwest Florida. An ongoing challenge for the hospital is managing high value supplies utilized during cardiac and orthopedic surgeries. Furthermore, since specialty inventory is kept in multiple locations, clinicians often spend their time searching for needed items.