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Supplies in the ICU

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  1. Supplies in the ICU Stephanie Allen-Wang Sukanya Bhattacharya Sarah Manning Temidayo Yembra

  2. Problem Statement SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  3. Problem Statement Nurses spend excessive time retrieving supplies from the supply room SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  4. Problem Statement • Errors are made when charging supplies to patients • Either patient or medication names • Right drug , Right dose, Right time, Right route SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  5. Problem Statement • There is a lack of equipment to carry & store supplies • Minimize waste of supplies •  Medication usage control •  Inventory control SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  6. Problem Statement • Inventory records do not match actual supplies available • There is a lack of fail-safe mechanisms concerning inventory tracking SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  7. References • Omnicell Inc, "Orange Regional Medical Centre Selects Omnicell to Maximize Medication Management", 2010 • ORMC switched to Omnicells to: • Maximize inventory • Enhance safety • Increase medication security SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  8. References • M. Shepley "Predesign and Postoccupancy Analysis of Staff Behavior in a Neonatal Intensive Care Unit" in Childrens Healthcare Volume 31, Issue 3, 2002 • Location of a supply room in a NICU, alone, does not decrease time in activity involving supply storage SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  9. References • J. Reiling, R. Hughes, M. Murphy - The Impact of Facility Design on Patient Safety in Patient Safety and Quality: An Evidence-Based Handbook for Nurses • Architectural design on patient safety is important • Improving physical environment, mproves patient and nurse outcomes SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  10. References • J. Collins - RFID Cabinet Manages Medicine in RFID Journal Inc, 2005 • Using RFID enabled cabinets  • Automatically track when medical equipment is removed • Reduces false-positives in inventory tracking SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  11. References • M. Freize, A. Carlo "A Case for Inventory Control", 2001 • Enhancing medical service and quality • Effective inventory management systems • Organized maintained by  • Color-coding • Labeling SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  12. References • UMMS White Paper – C5 Mobile Clinical Assistant • Ease of use, including compatibility with workflow, easy data entry, simple access •  Mobility/weight/design •  Screen clarity • Degree of impediment to patient care • Wireless compatibility and session stability SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  13. References • Automated Medication Dispensing Systems - • OmniCenter Remote Access  •  Scheduled Meds •  Bar Code Confirmation •  Patient Medication Profiling SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  14. Solution • Enhance Omnicell design and process • Patient safety • Compartment door opens • Guiding Light • Inventory Control SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  15. Omnicells • Typical Process • Swipe employee badge • Enter patient name • (Enter item) • Open Door • Remove supplies • Press corresponding button 1 time for each item • Close door • Swipe out/end session SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  16. Solution – Patient Badge SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  17. Solution – Color Code Supply Areas SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010

  18. Solution – Use RFID SAW, SB, SM, & TY 10/21/2010