Pharmacy OneSource today announced that Janet Blackmere, PharmD, has joined the team as Director of Clinical Solutions.
Janet has more than 10 years of work experience in the healthcare environment as a clinical consultant. Prior to working as a consultant, she spent three years as the Pharmacy Information Systems Manager at Florida Hospital in Orlando. Janet holds a Doctorate of Pharmacy Degree from the University of Florida - Gainesville.
"I am very excited to join the Pharmacy OneSource team," said Blackmere. "I look forward to helping our healthcare clients get the best solutions to their everyday problems."
The hiring of a Director of Clinical Solutions enhances the company’s subject matter expertise to help the overall customer experience cycle with a primary focus on understanding hospitals’ needs in the sales process and identifying ways Pharmacy OneSource’s surveillance, documentation, and reporting tool, Sentri7, can help meet their overall clinical initiatives. In addition, this new role will help provide necessary pharmacist input and feedback to many areas of the company.
"Janet will play a critical role in helping our existing Sentri7 users and future customers meet their collective goals of reducing mortality, optimizing medication use, and complying with Joint Commission and CMS Core Measure requirements," said Tim Gibbons, President and CEO of Pharmacy OneSource. "We are delighted to add an individual of Janet's caliber to our clinical team."
About Pharmacy OneSource
Pharmacy OneSource (pharmacyonesource.com) is healthcare's #1 Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) provider. Our more than 80 innovative team members provide best-in-class, SaaS solutions to current and future challenges within health-systems worldwide. Our SaaS solutions contribute to swift and safe healthcare through earlier, easier and better access to data. More than 1,300 healthcare organizations worldwide utilize our HIPAA compliant web-based services: Accupedia, Amplifi, MedBoard, Quantifi, ScheduleRx, Sentri7, Simplifi 797, and VeriForm.