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The Do’s and Don’t’s of Pump Integration Systems

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$30 for Members
$50 for Non-Members

60 minutes
Date Published

February 12, 2020

Publisher

Pediatric Pharmacy Association

Subjects

Electronic Medical Records, Infusion Pumps

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Summary

Closed loop medication administration achieved by infusion device communication with the electronic medical record (EMR) is a key next step in improving patient safety by minimizing IV medication programming errors. Medication errors have a significant impact on patients and health care costs, so many hospitals are exploring and implementing infusion pump functionalities such as auto-programming, auto-verification of manual programming, and auto-documentation within the EMR. The goal of this technology is to create more meaningful and real-time alerts to enhance patient safety, and pharmacists are an integral to making pump communication with the EMR a success. The goal of this presentation is to equip the pharmacist with the necessary knowledge to integrate these systems.

Learning Objectives for Pharmacists
At the completion of this activity, the participant will be able to:
1. Describe the key elements of drug library configurations that may need modification to meet EMR integration needs.
2. Formulate a simplified list of available intravenous medication concentrations at your institution.
3. Inspect, evaluate, and align dose and infusion duration limits between the EMR and infusion pumps.
4. Develop methods to overcome the barriers of weight-based and non-weight based dosing within the same drug library and EMR.
5. Evaluate compliance with bedside barcode scanning prior to integration.
6. Evaluate and mitigate safety risks, such as confirmation bias, associated with new infusion procedures.
7. Establish a plan for aligning system updates in response to formulary changes/new medications.

Accreditation:
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PPA has accredited this knowledge-based webinar for 1.0 contact hours (0.10 CEUs) of continuing education credit for pharmacists. UAN #: 0180-0000-20-002-H01-P

The Pediatric Pharmacy Association is accredited by the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education as a provider of continuing pharmacy education. In order to receive credit, participants must register for the program, attend the program, and fill out a post-program survey. Webinar programs are 100% supported through program registration fees and PPA membership dues, and is not supported by Industry.

Group Pricing for CE only:
Groups will need to email Lauren Henretty at lhenretty@pediatricpharmacy.org their attendance list with each participants name, email, NABP# and DOB in order to receive credit.

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Presenters

Andrea Chamberlain, PharmD, BCPS, BCPPS
Clinical Specialist - Cincinnati Children's

After completing a pediatric pharmacy practice residency at Norton Children's Hospital, Andrea began her career at Cincinnati... Read More

Lauren Faragalli, PharmD
CIS Pharmacy Coordinator - Dayton Children's Hospital

Lauren completed a PGY1 Pharmacy Practice residency at Children’s National Medical Center in 2012, then worked as a Neonatal... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

The Do’s and Don’t’s of Pump Integration Systems - Video
The Do’s and Don’t’s of Pump Integration Systems - Paper
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Credit

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