Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas – Volunteer Pharmacy Courier Program

June 2018 - In response to frustration by patients, nurses and pharmacy staff regarding timely delivery of medications to nursing units, Baptist Hospitals of Southeast Texas implemented a volunteer pharmacy courier program. The program decreases wait times for patients to receive their medications and allows the nursing staff to spend more time at the bedside. Read the case study to learn more.

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