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Industry ExpertiseHealthcare & Life SciencesDrug Diversion Prevention Improvement Program

Drug diversion is a critical issue within our hospitals and clinics across the country. It is estimated that 10 to 15% of a hospital’s nursing staff has been addicted to prescription medications at one time or another.

Drug Diversion poses a major risk for your care system in the following ways:

  1. Significant lawsuits that will have an adverse financial impact
  2. Public relations nightmare and system reputation that will be tarnished with just one drug diversion case
  3. Patient and staff safety is drastically reduced if drug diversion is not thwarted

Every care system needs to address this national problem. Trexin has identified 4 major areas of risk where improvements can be made quickly and effectively:

  1. Lack of Dedicated Drug Diversion Prevention Staff
  2. Outdated and Manual Data Gathering
  3. Misaligned Policies and Procedures
  4. Inadequate Audit Trails for Investigation

Trexin has a 3 phased approach that will provide your healthcare organization an actionable plan for improvement.

PHASE 1: Clarify Strategy, Organizational Alignment, Future-State Vision

PHASE 2: Assess Current-State and Perform Gap Analysis

PHASE 3: Develop Roadmap for Improvement

Mitigate your risk of narcotic theft and contact Trexin Consulting today.

Neil Rolland

Principal, Healthcare Practice Lead

Neil Rolland has more than 28 years of healthcare industry experience in both the provider and payer segments. He has held many executive and director level positions over his career; prior to joining Trexin, he was General Manager for a regional healthcare improvement consultancy. Prior to that he was the Healthcare Practice Director for an international management consulting practice. Neil has a deep understanding of healthcare business operations with both health plan and care delivery organizations.

Neil’s passion is in building successful, high-performing healthcare organizations. He has worked at large health plans, like Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota and HealthPartners, and has led business units with mid-sized growth orientated companies, such as Virtual Radiologic and American TeleCare. Neil has also been instrumental in the success of several small startup healthcare companies, Minute Clinic, and MnSure.

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Help me improve our drug diversion prevention program

Trexin has a proven assessment approach that evaluates your drug diversion prevention program from multiple perspectives. Over a 4-6 week time period, we will review 6 critical areas within your program: policies, processes, management, organizational commitment, and systemization, and provide you a prioritized, actionable roadmap to improve your program.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Drug Diversion Prevention
  • Strategy
  • Process improvement
  • Risk Mitigation
  • Technology Optimization
  • Pharmacy Management

Help me implement a more sophisticated monitoring tool

Most hospitals and care systems are using outdated data, spreadsheets, and PDF documents to evaluate if they have a drug diversion problem which is like trying to find a “needle in a haystack”.  Today, there is sophisticated systems that use near real-time data with artificial intelligence to determine if your care system may have people diverting narcotics from your patients.  Trexin keeps up-to-date on the latest, most relevant drug diversion monitoring software system in the market.  Each of these systems bring different capabilities that create value for the end -user.  Trexin is system agnostic and can assist your organization to choose the “right” technology for your organization with our Vendor Solution Selection Program.

Areas of Expertise:

  • Drug Diversion Monitoring Improvement
  • Strategy
  • Vendor Solution Selection
  • Process improvement
  • Risk Mitigation
  • Technology Optimization
  • Pharmacy Management
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