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University of Vermont Case Study

University of Vermont Case Study

Patient safety is paramount at every hospital and
The University of Vermont Medical Center (formerly
Fletcher Allen Health Care) is going the extra mile to
ensure patients receive medications that are safe and
effective. Hospital pharmacies have implemented processes and procedures to mitigate the risk of error,
but traditional practices still require extensive human intervention and manual processes which leave room
for mistakes.

The University of Vermont Medical Center (UVM Medical Center), along with The University of Vermont
College of Medicine and College of Nursing and Health Sciences, is one of 138 academic medical centers in
the country. The pharmacy is busy. Managing over 700 pharmacy medication kits of 33 varieties every day,
the staff recognized that manual restocking was inefficient and prone to human error. Failure to detect and remove recalled and expired drugs introduced risk to the safety and quality of patient care.

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Various medicine containers.