Pharmacy Success Starts with Data Intelligence
The pharmacist’s value to healthcare can’t be underestimated. Yet these highly trained professionals are spending 75 percent of their time on non-clinical, often manual tasks. The time has come for these critical members of the clinical team to embrace technology and shift focus to what’s most important: patient care.
Join Omnicell VP of Product Management, Jim Garretson, and Omnicell VP of Engineering, Michael Korthuis, as they discuss the power and potential of the Autonomous Pharmacy.
By leveraging data-driven technologies, pharmacy can shift once and for all from inefficient, error-prone, manual processes to intelligent automation that protects patients and empowers practitioners. Data intelligence is revolutionizing the industry by:
- Supporting safety by reducing medication errors caused by humans
- Driving financial success by reducing waste and shortages, reallocating resources, and lowering compliance costs
- Boosting efficiency by enabling 100% time spent on clinical activity
- Improving compliance by providing an efficient way to track
- Empowering practitioners and improving the pharmacist/nurse relationship
This Virtual Promotional Theater is conducted at the 2020 ASHP Midyear Clinical Meeting & Exhibition and is a promotional activity provided by Omnicell and is not certified for continuing education credit. The content of this Promotional Theater and opinions expressed by presenters are those of the sponsor or presenters and not of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists.
Vice President, Product Management, Omnicell, Inc.
Jim Garretson is the VP of Product, Omnicell One, and Platform at Omnicell. He leads Omnicell’s cloud-based analytics and workflow efforts, applying deep expertise in scalable software technology and product design for healthcare. Jim holds a master’s degree in human-computer interaction from Carnegie Mellon University and a dual bachelor’s degree in computer science and biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Vice President, Engineering,
Michael Korthuis is Vice President, Engineering at Omnicell, where he leads the Omnicell One and platform engineering teams. Prior to Omnicell, Michael led engineering at Curation Health, an advanced clinical decision support platform, and at Candescent Health, a cloud-based radiology workflow/analytics provider. Earlier in his career, Michael was a part of several cloud-hosted businesses ultimately acquired by Blackbaud, Tibco, and Richline, respectively. Michael holds a Bachelor’s degree in computer engineering from McGill University.