Cameras are worth the investment and are becoming the norm in healthcare facilities. A drug diversion prevention manager needs to be able to monitor drugs until it is administered, wasted, or reverse-distributed.
Cameras help provide an accurate chain of custody monitoring; they can give oversight into the preparation/compounding processes, monitor drugs in high-risk areas such as operating rooms, and even help prove staff innocent of diversion when a clerical error has occurred. Cameras help provide another tool to a drug diversion prevention manager that saves time and money. They help protect patients from harm that may occur from diversion.
Watch this webinar featuring Alex Rodriguez MHIIM, CPht, Leas Data Analyst, Compliance Office, St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.
- How to get buy-in from key stakeholders for investing in a camera project.
- What are the key aspects of a camera implementation, and how to mitigate problems in the future?
- How to use and get results from drug diversion prevention camera footage.