BD Institute for Medication Management Excellence

Helping to advance the safe and efficient management of medications across the care continuum

The BD Institute for Medication Management Excellence works with customers and industry thought leaders to transform medication management in meaningful ways and engages others to join the effort. The goal is to identify and support evolutionary―and revolutionary―advancements by encouraging new ways of thinking, new methods, processes, guidelines and best practices to create a foundation for measurable improvements.

The institute strives to consistently deliver high impact thought leadership initiatives. It also works to engage with health systems, clinicians, technology partners, regulatory organizations and thought leaders to create a forum for insightful research and best practices to directly impact patient safety.


Key initiatives include:

1

Diversion management
Addressing medication management and drug diversion issues of the rising opioid epidemic in acute care.

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2

End to end medication safety
Improving medication safety from the pharmacy to administration at the bedside.

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3

Inventory optimization
Driving medication availability to help improve patient outcomes and cost efficiencies across the care continuum.

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Upcoming webinars

Date: March 18, 2020
Time: 11 am PT (60 minutes)
Title: Practical Applications of Medication Stewardship - from Policy to Protocol
Speaker: Frances Wong, PharmD, MEd, MPH, BCPS, BCIDP, Infectious Diseases Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center

Overview: This webinar will provide attendees with an overview and structure of the Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center Antimicrobial Stewardship Program, and discussion on successes and future opportunities of the program.

Objectives:

  • Describe overview of Kaiser Permanente Fontana Medical Center (KPFMC) Antimicrobial Stewardship Program (ASP)
  • State workflow of KPFMC ASP
  • Discuss successes and future opportunities of KPFMC ASP

The BD Institute for Medication Management Excellence works with customers and industry thought leaders to transform medication management in meaningful ways and engages others to join the effort. Interested in this webinar?

Questions? Contact bd.mms@bd.com BD, San Diego, CA, 92130, U.S. bd.com/bdinstitute

Recorded presentations 

Series Program Continuing Education Speaker Recording
Clinical Innovation: Risk Restrictive = Ideation Idles 1 nursing contact hour Lydel Wright, RN, MSN, CEO, Safewatch LLC Watch replay
Clinical Innovation in Nursing, part one: The possibilities* 1 nursing contact hour Judith Cullinane, PhD, RN, MSN, CAGS, CCRN-K, Tufts Medical Center Watch replay
Clinical Innovation in Nursing, part two: The needed business acumen for success* 1 nursing contact hour Judith Cullinane, PhD, RN, MSN, CAGS, CCRN-K, Tufts Medical Center Watch replay
Clinical Innovation in Nursing, part three: The needed business acumen for success* 1 nursing contact hour Judith Cullinane, PhD, RN, MSN, CAGS, CCRN-K, Tufts Medical Center Watch replay
Clinical Beneficios clínicos y económicos de la anestesia total intravenosa con sistema TCI: una opción costo efectiva   Dr. Ruben Henao,
Jefe del Departamento Quirúrgico en Clínica Palermo, Bogotá, Colombia
Watch replay
Clinical El TCI en Los Ultimos 20 Años   Dr. Pablo O. Sepúlveda Voullième
Profesor Anestesiología
Clinica Alemana Universidad del Desarrollo
Watch replay
Medication safety USP Chapter <800>: Focus on approaches to addressing surface contamination in healthcare settings 1.5 pharmacy CE credit Patricia C. Kienle, B.S.Pharm., M.P.A.,  FASHP, Chun-Yip Hon, Ph.D., CPHI(C), CRSP, CIH, Wendy R. Gaudet, Pharm.D.  Watch replay
Medication safety Keep your cool! Understanding safety implications and risks affiliated with refrigerated medications* 1 nursing contact hour Jessalynn Henney, PharmD, Network Medication Safety Director, Community Health Network; Kelly Larrabee Robke, RN, MBA, MS, VP, Clinical Thought Leadership, BD Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Finding and addressing the gaps in the IV medication management process* 1 nursing contact hour Michelle Mandrack, MSN, RN, Director of Consulting Services, ISMP Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Use of automated technology to improve IV room operations and reduce medication errors   Ruth E. Cassidy, B.S. PharmD, FACHE, SVP Clinical Support Services, Chief Pharmacy Officer, SBH Health System Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Peripheral IVs: Infection risks, evidence and patient satisfaction* 1 nursing contact hour Michelle DeVries, MPH CIC, Senior Infection Control Officer, Methodist Hospitals Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Clinical evidence and product performance: Finding the sweet spot for innovation and improved outcomes* 1 nursing contact hour Ruth Carrico, PhD, MSN, APRN, FNP-C, FSHEA, CIC Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Decreased vascular access complications: The positive impact* 1 nursing contact hour Michele Biscossi Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Clinical decision making for the fundamental principles of vascular access and its impact* 1 nursing contact hour Nadine Nakazawa Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Using audits and EBM to implement change in PIV products, practice, policy and people* 1 nursing contact hour Russ Nassof Watch replay
Managing IV therapies Changing the safety paradigm on IV medication use: Recognizing the risk and taking action* 1 nursing contact hour Susan Paparella, MSN, RN, VP, ISMP; Michelle Mandrack, MSN, RN, Director of Consulting Services, ISMP Watch replay
Enterprise medication management Enterprise medication management: The basics   Gina Lohr, MPP, Senior Consultant, The Advisory Board Watch replay
Enterprise medication management Enterprise medication strategy: Shared services, shared objectives for the front line   Bonnie Levin, Pharm D, MBA, AVP, Pharmacy Services, MedStar Health Watch replay
Diversion management Nursing lens on diversion: Key issues and best practices   Carol Mallia, RN, MSN, Associate Director, Massachusetts Nurses Association Watch replay
Diversion management Diversion management: Application of analytics in clinical practice   University of Virginia Health System Watch replay
Diversion management Managing controlled substances in operating rooms, procedure areas and ambulatory surgery centers* 1 nursing contact hour Kimberly New, JD, BSN, RN, Executive Director, International Health Facility Diversion Association Watch replay
Diversion management Medication safety and the opioid crisis: Clinical challenges and practice adaptations* 1 nursing contact hour Razvan Dumitru, CRNA, DNP, MS, Houston Methodist Hospital Watch replay
Diversion management Decreasing the risk of drug diversion: a nursing viewpoint, a collaborative approach* 1 nursing contact hour Kimberly New, JD, BSN, RN, Executive Director, International Health Facility Diversion Association Watch replay
Diversion management The role of the medication safety officer in addressing institutional drug diversion* 1 nursing contact hour Christina Michalek, BSc Pharm, RPh, FASHP, Medication Safety Specialist, ISMP Watch replay
Diversion management Drug diversion in healthcare facilities: A law enforcement perspective   John Burke, President, International Health Facility Diversion Association Watch replay
Diversion management Opioid crisis, healthcare systems and drug diversion: legal mandates and patient safety imperatives   Chris Fortier, PharmD, Chief Pharmacy Officer, Massachusetts General Hospital Watch replay