By 12:00 pm February 14, 2019
David Scott, Director of Technical Consulting at BD, weighs in on key barriers, FDA guidelines and “unpatchable” medical devices.
By 02:10 pm February 13, 2019
Perry Flowers, Vice President, Medical Affairs, Enterprise Medication Management at BD, discusses the need for connected solution models when a single-platform is not enough.
By 12:00 pm February 12, 2019
David Swenson, RPh, Vice President of Medical Affairs at BD, reflects on conversations with customers to provide some perspective on an underreported aspect of the opioid crises – healthcare professional drug diversion - which is growing importance to hospitals across the United States.
By 12:07 pm May 04, 2018
According to a HIMSS Analytics survey of 153 physicians, nurses and pharmacists, many healthcare organizations are looking to implement integrated medication management technologies.
By 12:02 pm May 03, 2018
According to a HIMSS Analytics survey of 153 physicians, nurses and pharmacists improvements in the medication management process could support the elimination of medication errors.
By 11:55 am May 01, 2018
A HIMSS Analytics survey of 153 physicians, nurses and pharmacists and 1,131 patients and their families shows that patients trust providers to deliver safe care and yet patients still experience medication errors.
By 02:46 pm February 26, 2018
Thomas Utech, PharmD, vice president of solutions management at BD, draws upon his experience as a pharmacist to provide some perspective on the HIMSS Analytics 2017 Medication Management and Safety Study results.
By 11:23 am February 22, 2018
Nicole Wilson, RN, MSN, CPHIMS, clinical marketing manager of medication management solutions at BD, offers her insight on the HIMSS Analytics 2017 Medication Management and Safety Study.
By 05:23 pm February 21, 2018
Dan Pettus, vice president of connectivity and IT at BD, zeros in on integration issues as he reacts to the HIMSS Analytics 2017 Medication Management and Safety Study results.
By 09:50 am January 31, 2018
The key to moving toward “zero” errors rests in constructing a system that is purposefully designed to stop the inevitable human errors before they can do any harm.