Smart Pump Interoperability:

The Current State vs. the Future State.

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Description

This presentation will provide attendees with a foundation to evaluate infusion pump clinical workflows in preparation for EMR interoperability. Common challenges occur when moving toward standardized workflows and workarounds often exist. Various strategies will be presented on how to mitigate issues and prevent possible workarounds. We will conclude with methods for measuring and sustaining success.

 

Learning Objectives

 

  1. Identify the top challenging infusion pump clinical workflows to standardize for interoperability.

  2. Describe challenges associated with moving from the current state workflow to the future state workflow.

  3. Identify strategies to mitigate workarounds associated with the common workflows.

  4. Name 3 ways to measure success with smart pump interoperability.

 

Faculty:

Lori Belford, BSN, RN

As Manager of Clinical Integration for B. Braun Medical Inc., Lori leads the development of standardized processes and procedures for smart pump interoperability. Lori has a diverse background including infusion system device consultation, critical care nursing, research, and pain management. She is a member of the Healthcare Information and Management System Society (HIMSS) and holds a graduate certificate in Healthcare Informatics.

 

Sara Johnston, MSN, RN-BC

Sarah is a master's prepared and ANCC board certified Nurse Informaticist with expertise in biomedical device and bar code medication administration (BCMA) implementations. Her clinical specialties include critical care nursing and adult health infectious disease. Sarah is a member of the Alabama chapter of the Healthcare Information and Management System Society (HIMSS) and the American Nursing Informatics Association and is employed by B. Braun Medical Inc. as a Clinical Integration Consultant.  

 

Rachel Vitoux, MBA, MSN, RN, CPHIMS

Rachel Vitoux  is the Director of Clinical Consulting & Services for B. Braun Medical, where she has extensive experience in creating educational programs and services to promote infusion therapy safety and best practice. As an advanced practice nurse, certified in HIT, she’s authored numerous publications on smart infusion pumps, clinical practice and the environment of care. Rachel leads the clinical integration and analytics team in delivering integrated solutions and achieving positive outcomes.