Catch up on the latest Omnicell and healthcare industry news
The MP for North East Hertfordshire, Sir Oliver Heald, has hailed local pharmacies as vital community assets at the official opening last week of a new practice in Letchworth, Hertfordshire.
Solving interoperability challenges in relation to healthcare technologies has the potential to improve patient outcomes, deliver financial savings and optimise clinical workflows. Edward Platt warns the healthcare sector is lagging behind and must learn from other industries.
Omnicell partners with NHS Wales to introduce SupplyX across every healthcare organisation nationwide
P3Pharmacy have published an article leading up to the Pharmacy Show on October 17th and 18th, rounding up some of the automated systems that are able to streamline pharmacy services, making processes such as dispensing less time-consuming and more efficient.
Sebastien Villars, senior director of product management at Omnicell, discusses how he predicts automation will have an impact on more streamlined medication management.
Ani Patel, Pharmacist & Owner at Savages Pharmacy
Pharmacists are looking to drive efficiencies in medication management and drug dispensing by leveraging robotic tools.
As a leading medication management solution provider, Omnicell is already paving the way for interoperable technology to become as widespread in the healthcare landscape as it is in other sectors. Omnicell would like to hear your views on the current state of digitalization and interoperability in NHS hospitals.
P3pharmacy have published an article which highlights how the pandemic has increased the pressures on community pharmacies and how lockdowns have led to changes in pharmacy practice – there’s a been a shift towards more digital services and efficient pharmacy technology has become increasingly important.
David Lawson, Chief Procurement Officer for Guy’s & St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust, announces a new partnership that will transform hospital efficiency and drive patient safety improvements across South East London.
As the COVID-19 vaccination programme is being rolled out across the UK, Omnicell’s eMAR solution has recently been enhanced to help support care homes to manage recording of the medication in terms of timings, dosage as well as the type of vaccination used.
Manufacturer Omnicell has introduced the Medimat robot for automating the dispensing of medicines in community pharmacies.
Managing and monitoring resident’s medication regimes effectively can significantly impact the delivery and quality of care. Historically care planning and medication administration systems have been managed completely separately.
Sara Dalmasso is General Manager and Vice President at Omnicell International. Here she reflects how automating the medication management process can support hospitals during the COVID-19 second wave.
A medication management company has announced a new software partnership with the West Yorkshire Association of Acute Trusts (WYAAT) which aims to support patient safety and reduce the cost of care.
This article details the rapid response scheme Omnicell introduced in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.