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Diversion Collective

An innovative approach to guiding ControlCheck™ customers towards developing a successful diversion prevention program. This cohort model is part of the Bluesight Community. More information about the community can be found below.

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What is the Diversion Collective?

The Diversion Collective is a virtual learning cohort facilitated through the Bluesight Community. Broken into eight collaborative sessions, the Diversion Collective helps you jump-start your implementation planning.

Our cohort model allows you to learn best practices from experts and discover solutions to the unique challenges you face by collaborating with peers.

We provide you tools and resources to save you time while ensuring the success of your overall diversion program.

ControlCheck has the largest customer base in the industry. We have experience implementing large, complex, health systems with the resources to effectively scale and develop our processes and solutions to meet the needs of the market.

The collective is led by our Directors of Clinical Strategy. The leaders are pharmacists who have created resources and materials, leveraging industry best practices and prior learnings from our ControlCheck hospitals to assist in the following areas:

Diversion Collective Facilitators

Sandy Still

PharmD – Director of Clinical Strategy

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.

Jennifer Splawski

PharmD, MS, BCPS – Director of Clinical Strategy

Jennifer’s extensive experience in pharmacy includes over ten years as a clinical pharmacist with a background in emergency medicine and pharmacy management. Before working at Bluesight, she was the interim pharmacy manager at Loyola Medicine – MacNeal Hospital. In this role, she created emergency medicine pharmacy services, led a large team of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians, and co-lead several technology launches (ADC, AWS, IV Pump, EMR and KitCheck RFID) at her facility.  During these launches, she was integral in making sure technology was integrated into existing workflows and created standardized training for staff members. In her role at Bluesight, she works with pharmacists and nursing staff across the country to learn about and create best practices utilizing our suite of software solutions.

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Lauren Forni

PharmD, MBA – Director of Clinical Strategy

Lauren Forni is the Director of Clinical Strategy for Bluesight, the leader in medication intelligence solutions. Lauren has 8 years of pharmacy management experience, most recently serving as the Assistant Director of Pharmacy Services at Brigham and Women’s Faulkner Hospital. She is passionate about modernizing health systems through innovation and technology solutions to empower clinicians and improve patient care. Lauren has expertise in improving strategic, operational, and financial performance within a health system and has extensive knowledge of pharmacy supply chain, pharmacy operations, informatics and information systems, 340B, and drug diversion.

Why Join the Collective?

Collaborate with Peers to Break Down Complexity

Simplify your planning through a structured 8-week program that walks you through the steps needed to create your implementation plan. Find the solutions to the unique challenges you face through brainstorming with other cohort members from organizations like yours.

Designed to Fit Your Schedule

New cohorts start each month. Each cohort meets once a week and all sessions are recorded and available to you whenever you have time.

Tools, Resources, and Free CE Credits

You will have access to a number of tools and resources built on best practices and expert knowledge that will help save your team time and ensure success for your program. During your participation in the cohort you can earn 2 hours of pharmacy and pharmacy technician CE credits.

Alumni Community

Gain exclusive access to a community of Collective graduates to keep learning and sharing your knowledge with those that came before and those that come after you.

The best part of the Diversion Collective is the collaboration with the other sites using ControlCheck. Drug diversion monitoring is not an area that is black and white – learning from others has been the most powerful tool. Beyond that, as a part of the Collective, Bluesight provides valuable templates and starter kits that we used to update our hospital’s processes and policies.

Executive Director, Pharmacy Enterprise

Thank you so much for providing much needed information, guidelines, templates, processes, and SOPs to perform our jobs more effectively. The Diversion Collective has helped us to build, expand, and stay updated on our rapidly growing diversion program. Bluesight has made a huge impact on my day-to-day responsibilities and workflow.

Debbie Barlow, CPhT, Pharmacy Compliance Coordinator

Bluesight’s Diversion Collective adds value to the ControlCheck experience by educating participants on how to effectively leverage the application to minimize diversion events. The Collective is broken into smaller cohorts, which allows us to share best practices on controlled substance workflows and learn from our peers across the nation.

Verity Baker, CPhT, Drug Diversion Technician Specialist, Pharmacy

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