Health Robotics North American User Group
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William W. Churchill, M.S., B.S.Pharm is the Chief of Service for the Department of Pharmacy Services at the Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston, Mass., where he is responsible for leadership of the pharmacy department and Anticoagulation Management Services. Mr. Churchill serves Brigham and Women’s as the Chairperson of the Drug Safety Committee, Vice Chairperson of the Pharmacy and Therapeutics Committee, and Co-Chairperson of the Electronic Medication Management Systems project team. Mr. Churchill is the Vice Chairperson of the University Hospital Consortium’s Pharmacy Advisory Council and also serves on the Novation Pharmacy Executive Committee.
Paul W. Bush, Pharm.D., MBA, FASHP is currently Chief Pharmacy Officer for Duke University Hospital in Durham, North Carolina and Program Director for the Health System Pharmacy Administration residency. He previously served on the faculty of the Medical University of South Carolina (1999-2009) and Wayne State University (1984-1999) and served as Clinical Associate Dean for Medical Center and Health Systems for the South Carolina College of Pharmacy. Dr. Bush is a Past-Treasurer of the Michigan Pharmacists Association. He has served on the Michigan Society of Health System Pharmacists Board of Directors and held the position of President-elect. Dr. Bush is Past-Chair of the ASHP Section of Pharmacy Practice Managers and currently serves on the ASHP Commission on Credentialing and is Chair of the University Health System Pharmacy Council.
Desmond J. Waters, R.Ph, MBA has served as Director of Pharmacy Services at Mercy Medical Center, Cedar Rapids since 2008. He received his Pharmacy degree from the Massachusetts College of Pharmacy (Boston, MA), and Master’s in Business Administration from Baker College (Flint, MI). Mr. Waters is currently a University of Colorado Doctor of Pharmacy (candidate) and has previously served as the Director of Pharmacy at North Ottawa Community Hospital in Grand Haven, additionally holding pharmacist positions at the New England Medical Center in Boston, and Platte Valley Medical Center in Brighton, CO. Among the significant contributions by Mr. Waters and his Mercy Medical Center Pharmacy Department were a successful Meaningful Use Stage 1 bar-code medication administration implementation with a 99% successful scan rates for medication and patient, clinical redeployment of Pharmacy personnel resulting in an annual $1.3 million savings value in pharmacist interventions, and the implementation of the first i.v.STATION ONCO Robot in North America in addition to the i.v.STATION Robot and several i.v.SOFT Assist workflow automation solutions.
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