unSUMMIT 2011 Presentation (#unSUM11)

I uploaded the presentation I gave Thursday at the unSUMMIT in Louisville, Kentucky. You can see it below, although some of the slides came out a little rough when I uploaded it to slideshare. It looks like it may have something to do with the font I used. If I find time I’ll correct it later.

The presentation focused on the often overlooked things that need to be done following implementation of something like BCMA. Healthcare systems have a bad habit of not providing enough resources, both labor and monetary, to maintain and optimize technology once implemented. I simply suggested five things that healthcare systems could do post-implementation to make sure their BCMA implementation didn’t crumble right before their eyes.

And now that the unSUMMIT presentation has been delivered I am officially retiring from the role of presenter. Unlike some people I know, it takes me a concerted effort and a fair amount of time to put one of these things together, and I just don’t feel like doing it again. Enjoy.

4 thoughts on “unSUMMIT 2011 Presentation (#unSUM11)”

  1. Jerry, as one just becoming more involved in inventory management and ultimately BCMA can you recommend the unSUMMIT as a meeting to attend .

    Sorry to hear you are hanging up the laser pointer


  2. Hi Keith – The unSUMMIT is an interesting conference. It’s much smaller than conferences like ASHP Midyear, but definitely fills a niche. I would recommend attending at least once. You can always find information on implementation, best practice, trouble shooting, etc. It’s worth the trip.

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