You know medication safety is not achieved through any single effort or even by one department. Pharmacy, nursing, infection control, risk management, and others each have an impact on medication delivery. As a health-system pharmacist, you have the difficult job of orchestrating numerous systems and teams to ensure safe medication delivery across your facility.
Achieve medication delivery best practices for your vulnerable ICU and ED patients by supporting:
Optimize your pharmacy resources by reducing urgent pharmacy admixing and the steps to deliver medications to your critical care units. Implement more consistent inventory control and minimize waste with extended expiration dating.
PharMEDium offers five critical care therapeutic classes with multiple ready-to-use drugs, a range of delivery systems and concentrations, and extended dating – all with 100% batch level testing
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The Critical Care Assessment is a comprehensive medication management workflow analysis of your critical care units, including the emergency department and procedural areas. A PharMEDium critical care specialist, working with you and others as you select, conducts observations across the critical care medication administration process to identify opportunities to streamline your operations.
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