The article also explains how BCS allows hospitals to easily detect patterns and filter data with the software’s dashboards, as you can see above. There are many ways hospital staff can divert drugs, which is why the Individual Risk Identification Score (IRIS) feature was also added to the BCS solution. It allows hospitals to drill down into the data to see who is at higher risk of diversion behavior than their peers. ZDNet also notes that Kit Check’s next step for BCS is to track controlled substances from the very moment they enter the hospital: at the loading dock. “Additional data sources will come over time. Hospitals have added what they can easily get,” said MacDonald. “We’re looking at going upstream to the receiving of drugs and the overall supply chain. We can track from manufacturing to patient.”
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