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eMars 2.0 – Getting the Most out of Your System and Avoiding Pitfalls
Electronic health records (EHRs) have transformed healthcare in this country, and the impact of electronic medication administration records (eMARs) on the quality of long-term care (LTC) has been immeasurable. With less emphasis on paper-based record keeping, clinical staff is freed up to spend more time with residents. Other substantial benefits include security, privacy, and efficiency of medication management.

This progress, however, has not been achieved without some hard lessons learned. As we enter our second decade of experience with eMARs in LTC, join us to understand:
• Where pitfalls still lie within electronic record systems
• What your system and pharmacy interface can and can’t do for you
• Practical steps you can take to improve success and minimize the potential for error

Pamela Bryan Kramer, BA, LPhT
Executive Vice President, Forum

Nursing: This program has been submitted for one clock hour of continuing education credit by The Illinois Board of Nursing, an approved sponsor of continuing education by the Illinois Department of Professional Regulation.

Administrators: This program has been submitted for one clock hour of continuing education credit by the National Continuing Education Review Services (NCERS) of the National Association of Long-Term Care Administrator Boards (NAB).

Jul 21, 2022 12:00 PM in Central Time (US and Canada)

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Pamela Bryan Kramer, BA, LPhT
Executive Vice President @Forum Extended Care Services
Pam Kramer has been involved in process development and improvement in every company with which she has been associated during her more than 35 years in the pharmaceutical industry. She has worked across the country with agencies, hospitals, healthcare centers, and pharmaceutical/biotechnology manufacturers, creating award-winning strategies and programs in oncology, cardiology, infectious diseases, pharmacy, and more for such noted clients as Abbott Laboratories, Parke-Davis, and Genentech. She joined Forum in 2004 as Director of Marketing & Client Relations, working with client facilities to align pharmacy services to customer needs. With a unique background that balances strategic planning and operational process development with a keen understanding of what her customers need, she was named Vice President of Business Operations in 2007 and Executive Vice President in 2011.