Event

Managing Your Investment:
Smart Infusion Device Checklist

“Adverse Drug Events” Webinar Series

Recorded Webinar

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Overview

Implementing a smart infusion device is only the beginning of an ongoing process that impacts many disciplines.  Compliance, clinical practice, workflow and review of infusion data are all pieces of a complex puzzle that requires a multidiscipline, collaborative team to manage. This presentation will define various elements for a successful approach to ensuring that your patient safety system is functioning optimally. Also offered will be a review of patient safety guidelines for utilizing Smart Infusion Devices and associated checklist & resources.

Program Objectives:

  • Learn the best practices in action
  • Identify best practice in action related to compliance and patient safety
  • Identify the components of your Smart Pump Technology Investment
    • Drug Library
    • Clinical Practice
    • Hardware and Software
    • Infusion Data
  • Create your own Action Plan

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Schedule

Friday, May 3, 2013

11:00am – 12:00pm

 

Important: Registration, attendance, completion of online survey, and attestation of attendance is required for each participant to receive continuing education credit for this webinar. A post-event survey including attestation of attendance will be sent to the registrant. If additional participants under the same registration would like to be awarded CEs, registrant may forward survey information to participants for completion.

Faculty

Monica Obsheatz, PharmD (CareFusion) – Dr. Obsheatz has been a clinical practice consultant for CareFusion for past 8 years working with hospitals implementing the Alaris System across IDNs/large Healthcare Systems and integration of the smart pump with Hospital IT Vendor for auto pre-population of the electronic order and auto-documentation. She has over 35 years of hospital and pharmaceutical experience.

Tim Vanderveen, PharmD, MS (CareFusion) – Dr. Vanderveen is currently the Vice President of the CareFusion Center for Medication Safety and Clinical Improvement ( the Center).

Dr. Vanderveen received his BS and MS degrees from Purdue University School of Pharmacy and his PharmD degree from the Medical University of South Carolina.  He also served a hospital pharmacy residency at Bronson Methodist Hospital in Kalamazoo, Michigan.  Dr. Vanderveen’s clinical practice was in nutritional support, and he co-founded one the first multidisciplinary nutrition support teams. During his academic tenure, his research, speaking, and publication interests were closely tied to drug therapy in patients receiving parenteral and enteral nutrition.

Dr. Vanderveen has been in the medical device industry since 1983. He has been instrumental in many of the safety and performance enhancements and innovations in drug infusion.

 

Continuing Education

Important: Registration, full attendance, completion of online survey, and attestation of attendance is required for each participant to receive continuing education credit for this webinar. A post-event survey including attestation of attendance will be sent to the registrant. If additional participants under the same registration would like to be awarded CEs, registrant may forward survey information to participants for completion.

Nursing — Provider approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing, CEP #11924, for 1.2 Contact Hours.

 

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