Top blog posts and searches from last week (27)

I always find it interesting to see what brings people to my website and what they decided to read once they get here.

Most read posts over the past 7 days:

  1. An almost disastrous bar-coding mishap
  2. Cool Technology for Pharmacy – Post from before I started putting the name of the cool technology in the blog title. This particular post was from September 10, 2009 and covered the capsule machine.
  3. Cool Technology for Pharmacy – Another post from before I started putting the name of the cool technology in the blog title. This particular post was from June 18, 2009 and covered Alaris Smartpumps.
  4. Best iPhone / iPod Touch Applications for Pharmacists
  5. Quick Hit – Mobile devices in our pharmacy – This post elicited a couple of interesting comments.
  6. Curriculum Vitae
  7. “What’d I miss?” – Week of June 27
  8. Cool Technology for Pharmacy –NDC Translator
  9. About -People checking up on me.
  10. Motion J3500 gets a wicked update – People are still interested in tablet PCs, even with that other device grabbing all the press.

Top searchterm phrases used over the past 7 days:

  1. “ feton capsule filling machine ”
  2. “ alaris pumps ”
  3. “ cerner and pandora data systems ”
  4. “ dell xt2 ”
  5. “ alaris pump ”
  6. “ capsule machine ”
  7. “ alaris infusion pump ”
  8. “ pharmacokinetics iphone ”
  9. “ free lexi-drugs windows mobile free ”
  10. “cloud computing”

The use of speed bumps in healthcare

speed_bumpsOne day last week I was driving home and happened by a school that doubles as a community swimming pool in the summer. The street had several large speed bumps, forcing me to move rather slowly. I’m usually irritated by speed bumps because they slow me down. This day, however, I was happy they were there because a little boy darted out in front of me. I drive a ¾ ton Ford f250 crew cab pick-up. It’s big and heavy. I have serious doubts that a child would stand much of a chance if they went head-to-head with my truck. Fortunately I was coasting along at a safe 10 MPH secondary to the speed bumps and easily came to a stop at a comfortable distance away. At that moment I was thankful for the safety feature built into the pavement on the road, i.e. the speed bumps.

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Cool Technology for Pharmacy

Alaris System: “The Alaris® System by Cardinal Health is designed for infusions and patient monitoring. It helps protect the patient and clinician from consequences of medical errors and helps positively affect patient outcomes through continuous improvements in clinical practice. The point-of-care platform standardizes every type of infusion on a common user interface and adds respiratory monitoring and bar coding as needed. Also a state-of-the-art computer, it bridges the gap between IV and IT to help prevent harm and optimize care.”
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