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Medication Inventory Management 2018

Medication Inventory Management 2018
How Well Are Vendors Positioned to Close the Gaps?

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Perpetual medication inventory management, at its most basic level, entails a software and analytics platform that helps track the storage, processing, replenishment, and control of medication inventory across an organization. Today medication inventory is being managed across various levels of complexity, though hospital pharmacies have yet to achieve the same level of efficiency as their well-oiled counterparts in other industries like retail. Most organizations are relying on their traditional pharmacy automation vendors to help reduce waste and excess inventory without compromising patient safety. KLAS conducted this research, the first in a series, in an effort to identify the market leaders for the various aspects of inventory management today, including inventory tracking, workflow, third-party integration, and actionable reporting.

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Key Topics

  1. Industry Context: Common Inventory Management Approaches
  2. Omnicell and BD Strongest for Inventory Tracking, Swisslog Healthcare for Third-Party Integrations
  3. BD and Swisslog Healthcare Strong for Central Pharmacy Workflows
  4. Actionable Reporting: Future Platforms Bring Promise of Improved Analytics
  5. BD and Omnicell Relationships Driving Confidence; ARxIUM and Swisslog Healthcare Customers Uncertain
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