Use of Automated Technology to Improve IV Room Operations and Reduce Medication Errors webcast

Description

Historically, manual IV compounding practices have left gaps for errors that compromise patient care and generate costly waste. A recent study revealed that 7% of high risk IVs are compounded incorrectly.1 Join us for this educational session to learn more about improving IV compounding workflow and the need for adoption of proven technologies and best practices to optimize the safety and reliability of sterile compounding.


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Learning objectives

1

List common reasons for medication errors during sterile compounding.

2

Identify how IV room automation can prevent medication errors in sterile compounding.

3

Examine how IV room automation can be integrated into the pharmacy workflow.



References
  1. Reece KM, Lozano MA, Roux R, Spivey SM. Implementation and evaluation of a gravimetric I.V. workflow software system in an oncology ambulatory care pharmacy. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2016;73(3):165–173.

References
  1. Reece KM, Lozano MA, Roux R, Spivey SM. Implementation and evaluation of a gravimetric I.V. workflow software system in an oncology ambulatory care pharmacy. Am J Health Syst Pharm. 2016;73(3):165–173.

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