Based in Raleigh, N.C., EnlivenHealth, a division of Omnicell, provides advanced technology solutions for intelligent patient engagement and communications. Currently used in more than 30,000 retail pharmacies nationwide, the EnlivenHealth Patient Engagement Platform empowers pharmacies and health plans to measurably improve medication management, adherence and safety for their patient and member populations. EnlivenHealth’s solutions include…
EnlivenHealth’s Danny Sanchez speaks with CNBC on the logistics concerns associated with Pfizer’s COVID-19 vaccine as well as results for EnlivenHealth’s latest national survey on COVID-19 preparedness.
EnlivenHealth’s Danny Sanchez speaks with ABC on the latest news concerning the Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine and why retail pharmacies will play a critical role in vaccine distribution. The coronavirus vaccine given in two doses, three weeks apart could have a tough time getting to market with ultra cold temperatures required for storage and shipping hurdles.
Omnicell is bidding adieu to its Population Health Solutions name and introducing a new brand identity for the division. The provider of medication management solutions and adherence tools is launching EnlivenHealth, which is dedicated to enabling retail pharmacies and health plans to improve patient outcomes while reducing costs through innovative Software-as-a-Service technology solutions.
EnlivenHealth™’s (formerly Omnicell Population Health Solutions) vice president and general manager, Danny Sanchez, discusses how the organization’s patient engagement and clinical solutions are gearing up to help pharmacy’s handle the expanded service offerings COVID-19 is ushering in and operate more efficiently in the latest publication from DrugStore News.
Danny Sanchez, vice president and general manager of EnlivenHealth™ (formerly Omnicell Population Health Solutions), talks patient engagement and the importance of equipping pharmacists with the solutions to have more rounded, value-based discussions with consumers in this piece from DrugStore News.
As Amazon moves further into the healthcare market, the company today is rolling out a medication management feature for Alexa owners. The feature will allow customers to set up their own medication reminders and request voice refills using their prescription information.
Giant Eagle Inc. is offering new Amazon Alexa capabilities that allow customers to set medication reminders by using their pharmacy prescription information and to request prescription refills, by asking the Alexa voice assistant. Leveraging software from medication management solutions provider EnlivenHealth™ (formerly Omnicell Population Health Solutions), the new Alexa medication reminders and voice refill request […]
Amazon on Tuesday unveiled what the company hopes will be the first step in a broader effort to let patients manage their medications using Alexa. The new voice skill is meant to simplify prescription management for users who are taking multiple medications a day, as well as to help seniors who are opting to age […]
Amazon’s Alexa could now prove a little more useful for people who could use a nudge when it’s time to take their pills. The voice assistant will start offering such medication reminders from today. Initially, the feature will be available to customers of Giant Eagle, which has more than 200 pharmacies spread across Pennsylvania, Ohio, […]