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100% Accuracy at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

100% Accuracy at Brigham and Women’s Hospital

Nicole Mascolo, a Brigham and Women’s pharmacist, offered this insight: “There wasn’t always someone there to double check the kits after technicians had restocked them so time management and safety were the key reasons to automate this process.”

Even with a manual double check by pharmacists and technicians, field data show manually restocked pharmacy kits typically have a 5 – 35% stocking error rate. That means at least 5% of the time, two professionals make the same mistake for the same kit. Manually restocking pharmacy kits is a tedious, mind-numbing task that leads to human error.

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