Now in its 11th year, The eMedication Management Conference is the only event of its kind to provide a platform bringing together key decision makers to network and discuss the latest in electronic medication management, electronic prescribing and the electronic health record.
Every year, the agenda evolves in line with key industry developments, latest initiatives and feedback from the industry. The 2022 iteration will provide a picture of what is happening across the country with eMeds and discussion will shift toward how we make use of emerging innovative technologies such as AI and automation and how this changes outcomes. It will also dive into governance and regulation, how we bring eMeds from hospitals into community and primary care settings, as well as what the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic have been.
Topics & Themes:
- Bringing eMeds from Hospital into the GP and home care settings
- Closed Loop Medication Management
- Innovation within EMR, EMM and electronic prescribing systems across Australia
- Real time prescription monitoring
- Governance frameworks
- State of the nation – what is happening with eMeds in every state and territory across Australia
- ePrescriptions in hospital, community and aged care settings
- The effect of electronic medication management systems on healthcare system and networks
- Application management and implementation
- Electronic Discharge Scripts
- Transformations within the last next 12 months
- Cyber Security risks and solutions within incorporated EMR, EMM and electronic prescribing systems
- Nursing and medical perspectives
- Investigating incidents and reports
- International case studies and best practice
This event brings together a diverse cross section of decision makers from pharmacists to nursing staff, medical staff, IT support and project teams. Reflecting the high level and wide-ranging multidisciplinary perspectives featured in the conference program.
Health Box is a video-on-demand service providing a deeper dive on key topics, themes and questions relating to health and life sciences events in Australia and APAC.
Health Box boasts a rich mix of free content for you to “snack on” at your own leisure including:
- Speaker interviews
- Innovation champions – a showcase of the latest and greatest innovations – particularly health tech with a series of brief 5 minute elevator pitches.
- Case study showcase – an opportunity to showcase best practice examples
- Executive briefings – short messages from organisation CEOs or senior management
- Fast Chats – an interview style short video (5-10minutes) from an expert thought leader in your organization to provide solutions to challenges, announce new products, make a company announcement and many more.
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- Expert panels
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Improving Efficiency of Outpatient Pharmacy Services with Pharmacy Robots – Learnings from Doha, Qatar
Mohamed Magoury, Head of Pharmacy Informatics and Automation at Fakeeh Care Group and Acting Pharmacy Director, Fakeeh University Hospital, DUBAI
The Al Wakra Hospital Pharmacy Department based in Doha, Qatar is one of the most advanced in the Middle East, with inpatient, sterile compounding, outpatient and satellite pharmacies serving more than 40 specialties. One of the most exciting innovations has been the introduction of pharmacy robots. In the outpatient pharmacy, integration of Rowa with Cerner PharmNet Retail has improved dispensing accuracy and medication safety, while reducing the average waiting time by up to 80 %.
“Rowa’s ability to store both lot and expiry date information for every medication in the device database has greatly improved our management of expired medications, reducing expired
stock wastage and improving patient safety.”
Mohamed Magoury, RPh, PMP, CPHIMS, Pharmacy Informatics Officer, Al Wakra Hospital, Hamad Medical Corporation, Doha
To read more about the challenges, the solution and the outcome of the introduction of this technology, download the summary report here.
“Great over view of current position of eMM in Australia.”
Quality Improvement Officer, St Vincent’s Private Hospital
“Some great outcomes – fantastic to share with us.”
Nurse Educator, Alfred Health
“Lots of content provided in an engaging way.”
EMM Project Coordinator, Cabrini Health
“Good Practical presentations, with thought provoking issues.”
Manager – Quality, Strategy & Development Australian Medicines Handbook
“Lessons learnt from various sites can be used and coordinated for all the young eMM projects.”
eMM Design Manager, Western Sydney Health District
“A highlight was the presentations that gave us a view of where the future of eMM can take us and current experience in Australian Hospitals with implementation of eMM and primary robotics.”
Acting Chief Pharmacist, Princess Margaret Hospital
Informa Health & Safety Commitments
When you join our event, you can expect to see that health and safety is a priority, and that a range of measures are in place to ensure everyone involved is able to enjoy a safe, hygienic, productive and high-quality organised event experience.
All Informa events will be run according to official government and local authority guidance in the first instance, as well as any venue or location-specific regulations. In addition, Informa Australia will follow some key health and safety priority commitments as part of “Informa AllSecure”.
Vaccination required for all in-person attendees
To ensure the maximum safety of our audiences, Informa requires all in-person participants (speakers, delegates, partners, sponsors, exhibitors, suppliers) to be fully vaccinated in order to gain access to the physical event. For those unvaccinated or partially vaccinated, we encourage you to participate in the event by booking a virtual pass to attend the event.
This is an important measure to keep our community members safe who have not yet been able to get vaccinated or who are unable to get vaccinated. We hope it will also help infuse confidence and alleviate concerns that some may still have about attending an event in person.
For more information and to see our FAQs about our Covid-19 health & safety approach, please visit www.informa.com.au/allsecure
Event Health & Safety measures in place
- Informa will continue to adhere to the COVID-19 rules and restrictions applicable to the local state government where the event will be run
- Enhanced cleaning and hygiene practice including deep cleaning and sanitization before, during and after our events has been implemented.
- Reduced contact registration is in place
- Physically distanced seating options in line with local authority regulations will be provided in all venues
- Contact tracing: All attendees will be required to check-in to the event venue using the relevant government Covid-safe app
Conditions of entry:
Entry to an Informa event for attendees and staff is not permitted if they:
- are experiencing any cold or flu-like symptoms
- have been in close contact with a person who has tested positive for COVID-19
- are themselves, or residing with anyone who is, waiting the results of a test for COVID-19
- have returned from international or interstate (where relevant) travel and failed to observe the government requirement to quarantine for 14 days
- are not able to provide proof of vaccination
For more details please visit www.informa.com.au/allsecure