Medication Management Resource Library
“Time and motion” evaluation of ADC’s in the emergency department at The Alfred Hospital, Melbourne, Australia
There has been limited assessment of the impact that ADC’s have on the medication administration process in Australian emergency departments. The study examines the change in medication retrieval times, number of medications retrieved and staff perceptions before and after the installation of ADC’s. January 2016
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).
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.
Améliorer la sécurité et l’efficience des processus grâce à l’automatisation, HUG
Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève (HUG) avec les BD Pyxis™, BD Rowa™, BD Cato™
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
Advanced Safety and Efficiencies through automated medication management. Benefits of automated medication management. HPS pharmacy provider Australia. CSC initiated flyer highlighting partnership with Rowa for excellence in pharmacy automation in Australian market. March 2016
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.
Automation and optimisation of pharmaceutical logistics with Rowa in the pharmacy department of the University Medical Center Mainz, Germany
After storing and dispensing by utilization of a stock channel system, the hospital pharmacy has implemented a new, fully automatic logistics system consisting of 5 components: the Rowa Vmax storage and dispensing system, the Rowa conveyor system for packages and the conveyor system for ward boxes (SSI Schäfer), the automatic sorting system Rowa ProLog, the Rowa destacking system for ward boxes and the sorting system Chicago:LVS with a workstation for dispensing. January 2016
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.