It’s simplified drug recalls. Any time we get a recall we just go into the system to see where those medications are. And eased drug shortages. We are able to actually move the medications around to where they are all used up so we don’t actually have very much wastage and therefore when the drug shortages come, we haven’t run out, we don’t have medications that we threw out. Techs now have more time to support pharmacists
– Quote from Anthony Scott, Assistant Director of Pharmacy, University of Chicago Medicine
“I wanted to send you a brief letter of appreciation regarding Ms. Courtney Janssen who was the Implementation Lead for the Intelliguard Tray Management System at the VA Maryland Health Care System. …I was immediately impressed with her knowledge of the system and her professionalism. One of our Pharmacy Technicians, ….Lead for our medication tray management process, had indicated to me her excitement in taking on this new responsibility, but more importantly, how thorough Ms. Janssen was in training her as a super-user and ensuring that she was prepared to manage the process on her own. Over the past three years we have spent over $2 million in capital investments, primarily in pharmacy automation technology, and we have worked with numerous vendor representatives, installers, and technicians. As you might expect, each had varying levels of ability and professionalism. It was a true pleasure for our entire team to work with Ms. Janssen as she was an outstanding representative and ambassador for IntelliGuard.
- PharmD, MBA Chief of Pharmacy Services, Large Government Health Facility in Maryland
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