Handwritten entries into drug registers are now a thing of the past for the Friendlies Pharmacy team who have implemented an innovative software solution.
Chief Pharmacist Jason Vizgoft said this will reduce errors, streamline processes, increase safety, free-up nursing time and enable easier tracking of scheduled drugs around the hospital.
“This digital healthcare solution helps move away from manual paper-based systems and into a more modern process that allows us to more reliably meet industry benchmarks and governance standards,” he said.
“While this Australian-based software provider has served many hospitals around the country, I believe we are the only hospital in Bundaberg to implement this innovative software solution to date.”
The Modeus HS8 software supports workflows for all areas of a hospital including pharmacy, ward and theatre as well as patients’ own medication.
It provides an extensive range of automated functions and integrations that significantly streamline and automate medication-related administrative tasks.
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