Omnicell XT Automated Medication Dispensing Cabinets - Making managing medication easier


Managing medications is a critical part of patient care—you can't afford to waste time or make mistakes. Omnicell XT Automated Medication Dispensing Cabinets create a smarter and safer process. They get the right dose of the right medication to the right patient, and also improve the overall patient medication experience and care. Our Omnicell XT Automated Medication Dispensing Cabinet features a revolutionary design approach to maximise workflow efficiency and drive much needed cost savings while promoting patient safety. No other medication dispensing system is as flexible and scalable, allowing you to easily adapt to growing needs or changing medication dispensing strategies. The scalable Omnicell XT Automated Dispensing System can easily be expanded with additional cabinets and drawers that can be added or changed on-site as clinical needs evolve. Medication and supplies can even be combined in a single cabinet, ensuring maximum convenience and saving valuable estate space. Our XT cabinets come in a range of sizes including 1/2, 1, 2 and 3 cells sizes and are available as a main (with software brain) and auxiliary (add on unit). Here’s just some benefits that your hospital could experience by implementing Omnicell’s point of care solutions: • Ability to integrate with hospital’s existing ePMA and EHR systems to support closed loop prescribing • Minimize risk of Covid-19 infection – further reduce travel between departments and foot traffic as medicines will be readily available • Automate the management of CDs with a complete electronic CD register • Reduce incidences of missed doses or double doses • Reduce picking errors e.g. guiding light technology • Interactive allergy alerts and clinical alerts • 0% critical missed dose rates • 50% reduction in time spent managing and dispensing CDs • £7,000 in nurse time savings per department (0.25 WTE band 5 nurse-time) • 25% reduction in overall stock holding • 7–12% reduction in medication spend.
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