What Does ASHP’s Revised Drug Diversion Guidelines Mean for Your Hospital?
Experience & Background
Sandy Still is an experienced health system pharmacy leader. Prior to joining Bluesight, Sandy was the Manager of Medication Safety, Use and Policy at the Medical University of South Carolina in Charleston, SC. During her time at MUSC, she helped implement ControlCheck. Prior to MUSC, Sandy was the Inpatient Pharmacy Quality Coordinator at Kaiser Permanente Northwest (KPNW) in Portland, Oregon. She developed KPNW’s controlled substances diversion prevention committee and co-led the Bluesight RFID implementation in anesthesia automated dispensing machines. Sandy has a passion for medication safety and believes that the Bluesight solutions are key to preventing medication errors, providing insight into medication management data, and allowing more time for pharmacy staff to focus on patients.
Education and Training
Sandy received her BS in Pharmacy from University of North Carolina and her Doctorate in Pharmacy from Oregon Health Sciences University / Oregon State University. She is currently licensed in Oregon and South Carolina