LogicStream Health Installs The Drug Diversion App at Several Health System Innovation Partner Sites

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The Drug Diversion App from LogicStream Health„¢ is now implemented at several innovation partner customers. These health systems are experiencing major efficiency gains based on forty automated, proprietary diversion signals. The software was first introduced across the United States in March 2020. It provides proactive identification of clinicians who may be diverting medications, automated assessment of clinical events, and a robust investigation management solution.

The Drug Diversion App gives clinical and diversion teams access to powerful, actionable, and near-real-time insights on a clinician-by-clinician basis about potential diversion activity, according to Patrick Yoder, Pharm.D., CEO of LogicStream Health. They can also see a timeline for each clinician that shows how patterns of behavior are evolving and indicate whether there is cause for investigation.

Signals, behaviors, and other factors related to diversion are automatically tracked in The App by a powerful algorithm that combines data from electronic health records, automated dispensing cabinets, carousels, and other key clinical sources. These sources and the growing list of diversion signals provide coverage for both nursing units and the use of anesthesia drugs in procedure areas. All of this comes together within the system to produce a risk score specific to each clinician. The Drug Diversion App is one of a set of integrated solutions available from LogicStream Health, so hospitals using The App have an opportunity to leverage that investment to solve other pharmacy-related problems beyond drug diversion. Once The Drug Diversion App is installed and running, there is little or no additional IT effort required to activate The Drug Shortage App from LogicStream Health„¢. The Drug Shortage App provides early warning of drug shortages by combining data from electronic health records, automated dispensing cabinets, carousels, and other sources to manage shortages more efficiently. Hundreds of hospitals have signed up for The Drug Shortage App since its launch in 2018.

Clinical leaders interested in scheduling a demonstration of The App can visit info.logic-stream.net/contact

About LogicStream Health

LogicStream Health is trusted by a community of high-performing healthcare providers across the United States. The companys clinical process control and improvement SaaS platform stands alone in its ability to help customers gain instant insights to improve vital clinical processes and patient care. As a result, customers reduce costs and improve outcomes.

The LogicStream Health SaaS platform is ˜must-have technology enabling clinical teams to quickly improve clinical processes in near-real-time and is designed for rapid implementation and easy adoption by end-user clinicians, informaticists, data analysts and executive teams. LogicStream Health software today is supporting hundreds of hospitals on a scalable and sustainable technology platform to standardize processes and deliver highly reliable healthcare. For more information, please visit www.LogicStreamHealth.com.

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