An Intuitive Solution to Patient Safety and Indispensable Aid to Nurses:
Serious errors can occur at any point i¬n the medication process — at the point of physician order, order transcription, pharmacy processing, distribution, or administration by the nurse — and while errors that occur earlier in the process are often caught by clinical staff in subsequent review, errors committed at the bedside have little chance of detection. To prevent such errors, MetaCare eMAR™ provides nurses with the necessary tools to ensure patient safety while simultaneously improving productivity and overall outcomes.
Our product is a fully integrated, web-based nursing documentation system designed to monitor drug administration and reduce medication errors at the point of care. Every detail is tracked from order inception to delivery at the bedside in a detailed audit history report. With a suite of intuitive components that combine patient safety initiatives with productivity, MetaCare eMAR™ will help your healthcare organization to safeguard patient care:
|How MetaCare eMAR™…|
|Achieves superior patient & medication administration safety||
|Closes the loop between physicians, pharmacists, and nurses||
|Implements Six Rights Checking||
|Manages critical information||
|Prevents errors at the bedside||
|Assists in population management||
|Facilitates complete EHR info processing*||
∗ MetaCare Event Manager™, an integrated solution within two MetaCare Enterprise EHR™ applications — MetaCare CPOE™ and MetaCare eMAR™ — offers a dynamic scheduler in which clinicians are able to create and receive alerts and instructions for patient care tasks. This application breaks away from “traditional” EHR clinical decision support to ensure that no patient is overlooked. With MetaCare Event Manager, cumbersome post-op procedures can be set with a few clicks of a button, and events can be preset and triggered by real-time updates of the patient’s condition, demographics, or diagnostic results.
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