- Delivery of medications
- Increased revenue
- Improved pharmacy tech productivity
- Reduce costly readmissions
In 2003, the World Health Organization (WHO) identified medication non-adherence as the leading cause of preventable morbidity, mortality and healthcare costs. When patients get the medications they need, hospitals see improvements in patient satisfaction, clinical outcomes, readmission rates and and pharmacy revenue.
Loopback integrates real-time data from hospital and pharmacy systems to proactively identify and manage patients with elevated medication adherence risk. This provides on-site pharmacy managers with actionable insights to match resources to patient needs by shift, floor and unit. It further provides clinical outcome data to show how an increase in pharmacy fill rates prior to discharge directly improve key clinical measures such as medication adherence scores, patient satisfaction and readmission rates.