Hospital Pharmacy Assessment

Optimal Medication Management Strategies will Pay Off in Improved Performance – Now and in the Long-Term

Virtually every healthcare organization is faced with challenges to improve outcomes of care, patient safety and cost of care. Medications are the primary treatment modality for the majority of patients, and the fastest growing expense line for health systems. They’re also the number one source of medical errors, even with computerized order entry and e-prescribing. Pharmacy is well positioned to support organizational goals in all of these areas. Visante’s team of experts works to support high performance pharmacy and to help organizations understand and better utilize their pharmacy resources.

Visante’s Hospital Pharmacy Assessment Consulting Services:

We recognize the every organization is unique and we use our extensive experience and knowledge to help organizations evaluate and build pharmacy programs that are best suited to the needs and challenges faced by each organization. We listen to our clients and work with them to support their goals and objectives. What we do NOT do is provide “cookie cutter” solutions or utilize “magic metrics” to justify staff cuts. We believe that pharmacy is too often an undervalued and underutilized resource and we work to educate organization to the possibilities they have resident in their pharmacy and to support attainment of these opportunities.

  • Complete program review
  • Opportunity identification for safety, clinical, operational and financial improvements
  • Strategic planning support based on identified opportunities
  • Program enhancement design and implementation support

 

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What our clients say

“Our program is exceeding expectations with more room for growth.”

Executive VP/Chief Operating Officer –  Maine Medical Center

 

“Best investment we have ever made.”

President/Sr. VP – UCSF Medical Center