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Information and News for Omnicell Customers Summer 2015

Table of Contents

Best Practices
Diversion Central—Providing Valuable Resources to Keep Your Hospital Safe.......................................................................................................................... 2

Customer Spotlight
Allina Health Consolidates 20 Sites on a Single Server...............................................................................................................................................................3

Clinical Focus
Clinical Study Demonstrates Improvement in Time to First Dose for Antibiotics.......................................................................................................................... 4

Supply Chain
Are You Ready to Track UDI?......................................................................................................................................................................................................6

Product Update
Highlights of Omnicell 19.5 Software Release.............................................................................................................................................................................7

Post-Acute Care
Importance of Medication Adherence on Population Health Management.................................................................................................................................. 9

Announcements
Spotlight on Omnicell Blog.........................................................................................................................................................................................................10
Reminder About Product End of Life Notice...............................................................................................................................................................................10
Get Recommendations for Upgrading Your Pharmacy.............................................................................................................................................................. 11
Omnicell Mobile Truck Tour 2015—Driving the Future II............................................................................................................................................................ 11

Events
Upcoming conferences, training classes, and more...................................................................................................................................................................12

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Best Practices
Tips and techniques to help you work smarter.

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Diversion Central—Providing
Valuable Resources to Keep
Your Hospital Safe
Drug diversion is a serious issue that’s more prevalent
than most care to admit.
• 1 in 10 health care practitioners will abuse
drugs at some point.1
• A hospital was fined $2 million after a DEA
investigation showed security and record-keeping
breaches contributed to large scale theft of
hydrocodone.2
• 30,000 patients were put at risk during four
infectious disease outbreaks caused by drug Webinars
diversion incidents.3 Access to upcoming and past webinars presented by a leading
national expert on diversion prevention is also available on
While it’s easier to think “it could never happen at my facility,” you Diversion Central. Most webinars feature both a link to the
could be compromising the well-being of both your patients and recording and slides that can be downloaded for future reference.
staff by not addressing it. In addition, diversion can create
enormous legal liabilities for your organization. There will always be some staff who seek to divert drugs. Visit
Diversion Central and let Omnicell provide you with the tools to set
That’s why Omnicell is proud to share with you our new website up an effective detection and prevention program, so you can
www.DiversionCentral.com. Diversion Central offers a plethora reduce the risks to your patients and your institution.
of information and free educational resources to help you take
control of drug diversion, including:

Diversion: Your Guide to Identification and Prevention How Omnicell Products Support
This compendium, which contains a selection of articles authored
by pharmacy professionals about diversion, was published in
Diversion Prevention
Pharmacy Purchasing & Products. Find out how your peers are As a leading provider of medication and supply automation
tackling drug diversion, and get ideas for addressing the problem systems, Omnicell provides a number of ways to help keep
at your institution. controlled substances secure. Following are a few examples:
• Automated dispensing cabinets include drawers with metal
Top Ten Ways Drug Diverters Make Medications Disappear bins and lids to help prevent tampering.
This eBook reveals the most common methods health care • Anesthesia Workstation secures medications in the OR.
workers use to divert medications. You will also learn ways to
detect and prevent each method, so you are better able to curb • Pandora® analytics provides a more efficient approach
to diversion detection that can help you identify potential
diversion at your health care facility.
diversion sooner compared with poring over multiple
Blog Posts cabinet reports.

On the website you will find links to our series of posts about • Controlled Substance Manager provides a closed-loop
drug diversion on Omnicell’s blog, Transform Healthcare. This system of tracking narcotics from receipt to distribution
series features posts about how diversion can endanger both in the nursing units and returns back to pharmacy.
patients and staff, how to spot diverters and the tricks they use
to steal medication, and what to do when diversion is suspected.
Many articles are guest-authored by recognized experts in the 1
Eisler P. Doctors, medical staff on drugs put patients at risk. USA Today, April 15, 2014.
field and Omnicell customers who have robust diversion 2
Press release from U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, July 26, 2007, accessed at
programs in place at their institutions. http://www.justice.gov/dea/pubs/states/newsrel/chicago072607.html.
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Schaefer MK, Perz JF. Outbreaks of infections associated with drug diversion by US
health care personnel. Mayo Clin Proc. 2014;89(7):878-887.

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Customer Spotlight
Trends in technology

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Allina Health Consolidates


20 Sites on a Single Server
Unity Platform Facilitates Efficiency and Continuity
In 2014, Omnicell completed an installation of automated
dispensing cabinets at 11 hospital sites for Allina Health, a large
not-for-profit health care system based in Minnesota. In addition
to the hospitals, a cabinet was installed in each of nine ambulance
stations. Across Allina Health, the installation involved about 325
cabinets and training of 8,700 users. For all these numbers, only
one server was required. With the Unity platform, Unity
Omnicell Enterprise
systems Platform
used across the health care
Omnicell systems share a single database — helping to reduce
system share a single database, which promotes
complexity, eliminate redundant work, accuracy and efficiency.
and prevent errors.
Through the Omnicell Unity enterprise platform and expanded
capabilities of the OmniCenter ® server, Allina Health has a unified the consolidation process. To prepare the formulary, Allina Health
database and centralized server operating across its multiple sites. needed to assign unique ID numbers to the various volumes a
The immediate benefits related to the implementation included: liquid medication comes in; previously the same ID number was
used for different volumes of the same medication.
Reduced infrastructure costs:
Pharmacy also has to come to agreement on policies and
There was no need to buy separate servers for each site. Money
procedures that affect how cabinets are used (e.g. establishing
was saved on interfaces too. For example, Allina Health didn’t have
override policies and user templates). This takes planning and
to buy 11 sets of interfaces for their Epic EHR.
communication among multiple departments far in advance of
Streamlined testing process: planned implementations.
Instead of taking 3 to 4 weeks to test servers at each site, testing In a few months, Allina Health will be installing the Anesthesia
for all 20 Allina Health sites was completed in about 3 weeks. Workstation in its operating rooms, to improve management of
More important than these initial savings are the ongoing benefits anesthesia medications. With the Unity platform in place, the
Allina Health will realize: installation process should be a smooth one.

Easier to Add New Sites “Our pharmacy team is experienced managing operations across
our numerous and varied sites,” said Ann Byre, PharmD, the
The Omnicell medication dispensing system will soon be installed
Director of Pharmacy Services at Allina Health. “With good
in an additional Allina Health site. The new cabinets can be
teamwork between Pharmacy, Nursing, IS and Omnicell, we were
connected to the existing server.
able to establish best practices and achieve the intended benefits
More Efficient Software Upgrades of the Unity platform.”
Server work involved in upgrading to a new version of Omnicell
software might have stretched out over a couple months for 20
sites, but instead was recently accomplished in a single evening. Interested in Server Consolidation?
The OmniCenter server can now connect up to 1,000 different
More Consistent User Experience
devices (automated dispensing cabinets, Anesthesia Workstation,
Protocols and procedures pertaining to cabinet use have been Savvy™ mobile medication workstation, etc.), enabling it to scale to
standardized (some tailoring was done to meet specific site needs), a wide range of hospitals and health systems. If you’re interested in
so a clinician who works at multiple Allina Health facilities will find embarking on the consolidation process, please connect with your
it easier to use the cabinets at each site. The same user ID can Omnicell sales and field operations representatives.
be used at each site.

Reduced Formulary Maintenance


The formulary database is on the central server, so as changes Watch this video to learn
arise, they will only need to be made once. more about the benefits
of the Unity platform.
Effort Up Front Pays Off Later
Achieving the benefits of the centralized server takes a
commitment in time, effort, and planning. Informatics as well as
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Clinical Focus
Discover new workflow to improve patient care.

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Clinical Study Demonstrates current time to administration. The results went beyond their
expectations:
Improvement in Time to First
• 40% reduction in time to first dose for piperacillin-tazobactum
Dose for Antibiotics
• 13.3% reduction in scheduled time to administration time for
Omnicell Technology Promotes Nurse Efficiency all IV antibiotics

As a renowned teaching center and Magnet hospital, Hackensack Fewer Missing Doses
University Medical Center (UMC) is continually working to improve The study also looked at the prevalence of missing doses, as
its medication distribution processes. When replacing an older indicated by in-basket messages from nursing to pharmacy, which
automated medication dispensing system with the Omnicell Unity are captured in the electronic medical record. Results showed a
platform, pharmacy leadership embarked on a study to determine if 17.6% reduction of these in-basket messages.
the new technology—and related workflow enhancements—would
improve efficiency of the medication administration process. How Were the Improvements Achieved?

Specifically, Hackensack UMC sought to measure the difference in Under the previous automated dispensing system, IV antibiotics
time to first dose for piperacillin-tazobactam, a time-critical IV were prepared and labeled in the pharmacy, and then delivered to
antibiotic, as well as time to administration for scheduled doses of the unit. As many clinicians can attest, this process often results
all IV antibiotics—compared with their previous system. Missing in delays, errors, and missing doses.
doses and nurse satisfaction with the new dispensing system were The Omnicell system enabled a completely new workflow, as
also measured. indicated in the diagram below. The IV antibiotics can now be
Hackensack UMC was already meeting the CMS guideline for stocked in the cabinets due to the integrated Medication Label
administering time-critical medications within a 30-minute time Printer. As nurses remove IV bags from the cabinet, they print
frame, but the researchers anticipated shaving 10% off their a patient-specific label to apply to the medication.

Before After
(IV medication is delivered by pharmacy) (IV medication is stocked in the cabinet)

IV medication order is received by pharmacy IV medication order is received by pharmacy

Pharmacy pulls the IV medication from stock Nurses confirm availability at the cabinet or remotely
and prepares and labels the medication in the EHR

The labeled IV medication is then transported Nurses retrieve and label doses at the cabinet and
to the nursing unit then administer to patients

The IV medication is placed in a room-specific


bin at the nursing unit

Nurses have no easy way of knowing when


medications arrive:
- Searching
- Calls to pharmacy
- Delays

Nurses retrieve the medication and then administer


to patients
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Clinical Focus
Discover new workflow to improve patient care.

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> Continued Impact to Patient Care


“The administration time for antibiotics is critically important for
Other aspects of the Omnicell system also contributed to nurse preventing infection and promptly treating infection,” said Nilesh
efficiency: Desai, BS, RPh, MBA, Director of Pharmacy for Hackensack UMC.
• Patient-specific medications are automatically managed through “The Omnicell medication dispensing system enabled us to refine
the cabinet, giving nurses a single point of access for acquiring our processes and get medications to patients faster—and that
medications. allows us to improve patient care.”

• A system for remotely queuing medications shortens time spent The results of the study were presented by Hackensack UMC at
at the cabinet. the New Jersey Society of Health-System Pharmacists annual
meeting on April 24, 2015.
• A single-dose dispensing module virtually eliminates the need to
conduct countbacks of controlled substances.

In addition, Hackensack UMC also deployed interoperability Learn more about the study
between the Omnicell and Epic systems, which allows nurses to
• Download a pdf of the study poster
manage medications within the electronic health record (EHR).
• October 8 at ANCC National Magnet Conference:
Nurse Satisfaction Dr. Claudia Douglas, Administrative Director, Institute for Evidence
As part of the study, 122 nurses were surveyed at two different Based Practice and Nursing Research, at Hackensack UMC,
time points about their experiences with the Omnicell medication will discuss the study results in detail at a hosted dinner event.
To request more information or reserve a space, click here.
dispensing system compared to the previous system deployed at
Hackensack UMC. Results showed statistically significant
improvement in nurse satisfaction regarding many workflow
factors, including efficiency of medication administration related
to the new system.

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Supply Chain
Solve inventory management challenges.

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Are You Ready to Track UDI?

Unique Device Identifiers Can Improve Recall and


Inventory Management of Implantable Items
The second compliance date is fast approaching for manufacturers
to apply a unique device identifier (UDI) to both Class III devices
and Class II and I implants that are life-supporting or life-sustaining.
The deadline for Class III devices was September 2014, but
manufacturers were allowed to request a one-year extension.
That extension end and deadline for use of UDI on Class II
implants is September 2015.

As more products with UDI appear in your health care facility,


you can take advantage of the available data using Omnicell’s
OptiFlex™ point-of-use medical supply systems.
Having the ability to easily track items as they’re used throughout
2014 2015 2016 2017 2019 the facility and to access necessary UDI information for
implantables can improve patient safety:
Class III
3 • Helps reduce medical errors—promotes optimal patient
Implants*
3 outcomes

Class II • Provides rapid identification of devices involved in adverse


3 events, which helps to mitigate further patient issues
Class I
3 • Facilitates efficient recall resolution
All
3 • Reduces the chance of expired products being used
*Class II/I implants and life-supporting/sustaining

Need for Improved Recall Handling


The ability to track UDI is increasingly important, as the rate
Two Types of OptiFlex Systems
of medical device recalls has risen over the past several years. OptiFlex CL is a complete supply management system for
Medical device recalls—mostly the highest risk category— specialty areas like the cath lab, endoscopy, and other
increased by 250% from 2008–2010.4 procedure-based areas.
OptiFlex SS is a complete supply management system for
Capturing UDI With OptiFlex the OR with an automated preference card system.
OptiFlex systems are designed to enable UDI chain of custody
Both systems:
tracking, making it easier to identify recalled items and determine
where that inventory is located within the health care facility. • Track supplies as well as procedures in real-time
• Automatically track cases by procedure, physician, type,
By capturing UDI and other device information at the point of
and patient
use and integrating it in the EHR, OptiFlex enables health care
providers to react more quickly during a recall of implantable • Easily capture UDI and other data with a single scan at point
devices. Omnicell’s Tissue Center extends that data capture of care: Parses and captures lot, serial number, and
and inventory management to your tissue items as well. expiration date off package bar code

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Nagreha N, Parmar M. Study of medical device recalls by FDA over last four years (2008-2011). Applied Clinical Trials Online. Sept. 20, 2011

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Product Update
Find out what’s new at Omnicell.

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Highlights of Omnicell Anywhere RN™ Remote Medication Management Software

19.5 Software Release Redesigned user interface:

• Home screen replaced by navigation icons that appear at


Latest Release Enhances Broad Range of
the top of the page
Omnicell Products
• No need to return to the home screen when switching to
At Omnicell we’re continually refining our systems based on another function
customer feedback, changing compliance requirements, and
industry trends. We deliver product refinements via regular
software releases—typically two per year—which are free of
charge to customers on an Omnicell service plan.

We released software version 19.5 for our Unity medication and


supply automation system in May. Below are highlights of some
of the new enhancements available with this latest release, which
spans a broad range of solutions: automated dispensing cabinets,
central pharmacy automation, and analytics.

Epic EHR Interoperability with Automated


Dispensing Cabinets

Integration with Epic Hyperspace ® offered


exclusively by Omnicell

• Similar to our interoperability with Cerner, the Epic integration


allows nurses to work from one application to manage
medications Current home screen

• From within the EMR, nurses can remotely queue, waste,


and determine availability of medications

• There are fewer steps to complete for medication removal at


the cabinet

New navigation icons

Default screens:
• To speed workflow, default screens are based on device type

• Default screen is configurable, so you can change to another


screen if desired
View this video to learn about the benefits of EHR integration.
If using Anywhere RN with: Default screen is:
Omnicell is the only company to offer automated dispensing Hospital computer Request Med Removal
system interoperability with Epic, which has been implemented
at Hackensack University Medical Center. Savvy™ mobile medication Access Savvy Cart
workstation

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Product Update
Find out what’s new at Omnicell.

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> Continued Pandora ® Analytics

Par Optimization Report:

• Improved average daily use algorithm is now much simpler, more


robust, and provides more useful data. It now looks at days used
for a given report period rather than first dispense day through
end of report, giving better insight into utilization during the
defined period.

• Infrequently used items can now be excluded, because these


can result in high daily use values.

Improved widget customization options, including:

• The selector criteria in a widget for filtering are greatly expanded

View this Anywhere RN video to learn more about the interface. • Data marker visibility is now a toggled option

Anesthesia Workstation™ • New graphing methods are available

Integration with Codonics Safe Label System: Controlled Substance Manager (CSM)

• Codonics® Safe Label System® SLS 500i® improves medication Metal door:
safety and labeling compliance
• New option for a metal door on the cabinet instead of acrylic
• Single sign-on/sign-off—Simultaneously provides/restricts
• Provides greater security and keeps controlled substances
access to both systems
out of view
• Single scan—Scanning item on SLS sends data to Anesthesia
Open shelf/cabinet hybrid environment:
Workstation: a safety label is printed, inventory is decremented,
and charges are captured • Items that don’t fit inside the cabinet can now be managed
through the CSM workstation for seamless inventory
management

WorkflowRx™ Pharmacy Inventory Management Software


(used with Omnicell Carousel and/or Packager)5

Improved batch verification:

• Bar code check after items have been picked and sorted ensures
the right items are being distributed accurately

OmniLinkRx™ Medication Order Management System 6

• Adobe Acrobat is no longer required to view and annotate


medication orders
View this Anesthesia Workstation/Safe Label System video
• International date format is now supported
to learn more.

More information about the 19.5 software release is


available on myOmnicell.com, our customer portal.
Current Omnicell customers can register for the site here.

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Enhancements available with WorkflowRx software release 8.0
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Enhancements available with OmniLinkRx software release 6.0

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Post-Acute Care
Addressing medication adherence.

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Importance of Medication consumer appeal, address longer-term organizational goals, and


be scalable as well.
Adherence on Population
As Hilsenroth points out, it’s not important if you begin slowly
Health Management with a few manual systems or jump right in with a full-fledged
automated solution. The data supports the benefits of medication
adherence and the meaningful impact it has on the populations
According to an article for you serve.
Pharmacy Times written
by Troy Hilsenroth, RPh, MHA,
MBA, EMT-P, vice president Omnicell’s Adherence Packaging Is New!
and general manager of the
As part of our commitment to
non-acute care division of help your patients improve
Omnicell, non-adherence is medication adherence,
a major public health we have rebranded our
problem that, if addressed multi-medication blister
cards. The cards, which
properly, could have a were formerly known as
more positive effect on RxMap, are now called
population health than improvements in specific SureMed™ by Omnicell.
medical treatments. Below is a summary of the article: Updated Design:

Impact of Health Care Reform on Adherence • Design is less cluttered


and has a clearer layout
The health care economy is changing and health care reform,
specifically, has helped to bring the issue of medication adherence • More intuitive icons make the cards easier for patients to follow
to light for several reasons: • The form, fit, and function that patients have come to know
remain unchanged
• Reimbursement models are now being based on results vs. just
fee for service New Co-Marketing Program:
• Accountable care models are requiring health care organizations To help pharmacies grow their practice, Omnicell offers a new
to manage total health care costs and reduce risk SureMed by Omnicell co-marketing program. The program includes
more co-branded card options, smaller minimum orders, and
• A shift toward consumerism means patients are seeking health innovative marketing tools. This program, along with our full suite
care organizations that provide the most value of software and automation solutions, will make it easier than ever
to promote medication adherence for your patients.
• Financial rewards with a strong focus on population health that
maximizes reimbursement, manages risk, and leads to growth
opportunities

Addressing Non-Adherence
Hilsenroth recommends putting together a comprehensive
adherence platform from a menu of adherence-aiding solutions
(see sidebar).

Some solutions are more technological in nature, and each


organization should determine which components are most
appropriate for them based on their structure, goals, partnerships,
and level of vertical integration. Consider initiatives that may offer

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Announcements
Brief news items to keep you informed.

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Spotlight on Omnicell Blog Medication Adherence


Medication adherence can mean the difference between recovery
and a return trip to the hospital. Pharmacists play an important
Omnicell’s blog, Transform Healthcare, was created as an role in improving medication adherence. In this four-part series,
informational resource to enable pharmacists, nurses and IT we offer methods and tools to help pharmacists manage
professionals to stay current on subjects that impact their medication and educate patients to achieve the optimal levels
professional lives. The blog features 2-3 new posts weekly. of medication adherence.
Highlighted below are some popular topics covered as a series:
Be sure to visit Transform Healthcare to explore these and other
Alternative Careers for Pharmacists informative topics.
According to CareerCast, a job search firm, “pharmacist” was
ranked in the top 10 best health care jobs for 2015. No longer does
a pharmacy career mean working behind the counter at a retail
pharmacy or in an acute care setting. This three-part series
explores alternative career paths to consider when looking into
pharmacy positions.

Drug Diversion
This comprehensive ten-part series begins with Drug Diversion
101: What You Need to Know and ends with How to Develop a
Proactive Drug Diversion Program. In-between you’ll find posts
about how to spot diverters, what tricks they use to steal
medication, and what to do when diversion is suspected.

Reminder About Product In addition, we announced that


we will no longer be selling the
End of Life Notice Windows 2008 server after
November 30, 2015.
Omnicell is continually developing innovations that provide the For additional information and
advantages of the latest technology to our customers. As new, a list of specific product models
higher performing products are introduced, inevitably older being discontinued, please
systems are discontinued. download this FAQ document.
At the end of May, Omnicell announced the end of service (EOS) We encourage you to review
and end of life (EOL) dates for certain products that are being the list of affected products
discontinued in our medication automation and supply automation to determine how this
product lines, as summarized below: announcement may affect your organization. You can also view
a comprehensive list of Omnicell EOL products here. If you have
• Medication automation products include certain cabinet
questions or concerns, please contact your Omnicell
drawers and tabletop units
representative.
• Supply automation products include mobile supply carts,
the suture rack, and 32-button bars for cabinets

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Announcements
Brief news items to keep you informed.

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Get Recommendations for


Upgrading Your Pharmacy

The central pharmacy is often one of the most complex places


within any health care organization, and with many disparate
process and tasks, it can be one of the most challenging to
run efficiently. That’s why it’s important that your pharmacy
technology truly meets your organization’s workflows and needs.

Omnicell’s Build Your Own Pharmacy tool provides


recommendations for upgrading your pharmacy that are tailored to
your facility. By answering a few questions that help convey how
your pharmacy currently operates and how you’d like it to operate,
you’ll receive a recommendation for which central pharmacy
technology can help you meet your goals.

Click here to try it. We hope you enjoy building your own
pharmacy!

Omnicell Mobile Truck Tour Due to the positive feedback we received from our visitors in 2014,
we’re continuing our trek across the United States and Canada.
2015—Driving the Future II Clinicians can come aboard our semi-trailer truck, experience
Omnicell products firsthand, and speak with our knowledgeable
personnel.
Omnicell is excited to once again
present the opportunity for hospital “Driving the Future II” will run through November and showcase
staff to join us in our mobile products and technology that touch the full continuum of care.
demonstration room and get Please contact your Omnicell representative to learn more.
hands-on experience with our latest
medication and supply automation .
systems from the convenience of
the the hospital parking lot.

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Events
Upcoming conferences, training classes, and more.

Newsletter – Summer 2015

Conferences Central Pharmacy Manager (CPM)


CPM301: System Setup
Omnicell participates in many conferences throughout Customize your CPM system to meet the
the year. A few key meetings are listed below. We hope needs of your facility.
you can join us at an upcoming event! CPM230: Ordering
Association for Healthcare Resource & Materials Management Learn how to set up items in CPM, and then practice configuring
(AHRMM) Conference and sending orders.
August 9 – 12, 2015
Indianapolis, IN Controlled Substance Manager (CSM)
CSM201: Inventory Management for System Administrators
Health Trust University Conference & Vendor Fair Understand and design all your CSM inventory options.
August 17 – 19, 2015
Nashville, TN CSM230: Ordering
Identify and define processes for item setup, and learn how to
American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) Conference configure and send orders for CSM.
October 7 – 9, 2015
Atlanta, GA CSM301: CSM System Setup
Explore customizing your CSM to meet the needs of your facility.
Cerner Health Conference Identify and modify CSM configurations.
October 11 – 14, 2015
Kansas City, MO WorkflowRx
WRX230: Ordering
Join Our Diversion Webinar
Learn about different order types used in the WorkflowRx™
Better Safe Than Sorry: pharmacy inventory management system. Master item and
Best Practices for Infection template setup, and then explore editing and sending orders.
Control Related to Drug Diversion
Note: The courses listed above require participation in Omnicell’s
Kim New, a diversion consultant and Subscription Training Program.
educator, will present this webinar
September 24, 2015. Learn more New Online Courses Available:
on our Thought Leadership Series
web page. • Central Pharmacy 19.0 for General Users
• 19.0 Color Touch – SafetyStock
Omnicell Training
• 19.0 Color Touch – Scheduled Meds
Omnicell offers a variety of practical, interactive training opportunities,
both virtual and classroom, for our customers. Our goal is to help you • 19.0 Color Touch – SinglePointe
derive the maximum benefits from your Omnicell systems. • 19.0 Patient Care in a Profiled Environment

New Omnicell Subscription Training Offerings • 19.0 Patient Care in a Non-Profiled Environment
Are you ready to optimize your pharmacy inventory system? • 19.0 Restock Training for Color Touch
Check out these new Omnicell subscription training courses:

To learn more about training resources, please visit


myOmnicell.com, our customer portal. Current Omnicell
customers can register for the site here.

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and OptiFlex are trademarks of Omnicell, Inc. in the United States and internationally. All other trademarks and trade names are the property of their respective owners. ©2015 All rights reserved.

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