Reduced errors in physician orders

Change process, resistance to change

Reduced dosage errors

Non-compliance to change

Reduced medication errors

Difficulty in using new technology

Reduced prescription errors

Insufficient training and support

Compliance resulted in satisfaction

Lack of knowledge

Improved the efficiency of medication administration

Unfriendly technology, inability to view previously served medication

Intelligent scanning devices scan the correct dosage to be administered and alert if the wrong dosage is dispensed

Lack of appropriate policy and procedures and workflow

Improved patient safety

BCMA implementation slow down and complicated the dispensing process

Better outcome when incorporated with an electronic medication administration system

Use of equipment may hinder direct eye contact with the patient

Appropriate device and software required

Equipment malfunction

Automated medication dispensing machine

System downtime

Effective leadership for a better outcome

Cybersecurity issues

Higher accuracy of medication administration.

Troubleshooting issues

Prevents wrong selection of patient as scanner detects patient by scanning barcode identification tag with medication

Lack of technical support

Prevents human errors caused by lack of concentration and fatigue

Unfamiliar processes

Reduced cost related to adverse and sentinel events

Lack of communication and understanding by employees

Enhance Infection control practices

No integration between information technology and nursing processes

Enhance compliance with training, policy and procedure in place

Change process, resistance to change

Alert patient’s drug allergies, generate audit reports and statistics such as medication inventory, missed or delayed dose of medication

Non-compliance to change