Standardize Oral Compounding with an IV Workflow Management System
Thursday, December 1 |
Jason Koury and Andy Teel of University of New Mexico Hospitals will describe utilizing an IV workflow management system to standardize the preparation of hazardous and non-hazardous extemporaneous oral compounds. They will share their facility’s experience with establishing the system, including tips to help improve patient safety.
PharmD, RN, BCPPS
Jason Koury, PharmD, RN, BCPPS, is the pediatric infusion/hematology/oncology pharmacist at University of New Mexico (UNM) Hospitals. He graduated from UNM College of Pharmacy then completed a clinical trial fellowship at the VA Cooperative Studies Program. Jason has held various clinical positions at UNMH, including the pediatric intensive care unit and general pediatrics.
Andy Teel, PharmD, is a Pharmacy Systems Analyst at UNMH. He earned his bachelor’s of pharmacy and PharmD from the University of New Mexico and has experience installing, upgrading, and managing automated dispensing cabinet systems and IV workflow management systems, as well as maintenance of the inpatient pharmacy aspects of a large EHR system.