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Employment History

Director of Pharmacy

Aultman Hospital

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Steve Armatas, Aultman ...

www.timesreporter.com [cached]

Steve Armatas, Aultman Hospital's pharmacy director, concurred with his Mercy counterpart.

"We had a tremendous problem with syringes filled with drugs used for resuscitation. Time is of the essence. We had to use alternatives by making kits with vials and syringes in one bag to minimize the impact on squads and the emergency room,"Armatas said.
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"The last shortages that occurred have come in at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday," Armatas said.
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Armatas said he believes it is time for government intervention, bringing pharmaceutical companies to the table to discuss a way to prevent future shortages.
Until the situation is resolved, hospital pharmacy departments are spending valuable time monitoring drug shortages - not unlike crisis management - which takes away from regular pharmaceutical care.
Both hospitals have collaborated to deal with individual shortages of specific drugs, Armatas said, "and trying to figure out how we can cope."


Steve Armatas, Aultman ...

www.cantonrep.com [cached]

Steve Armatas, Aultman Hospital's pharmacy director, concurred with his Mercy counterpart.

"We had a tremendous problem with syringes filled with drugs used for resuscitation. Time is of the essence. We had to use alternatives by making kits with vials and syringes in one bag to minimize the impact on squads and the emergency room,"Armatas said.
...
"The last shortages that occurred have come in at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday," Armatas said.
...
Armatas said he believes it is time for government intervention, bringing pharmaceutical companies to the table to discuss a way to prevent future shortages.
Until the situation is resolved, hospital pharmacy departments are spending valuable time monitoring drug shortages - not unlike crisis management - which takes away from regular pharmaceutical care.
Both hospitals have collaborated to deal with individual shortages of specific drugs, Armatas said, "and trying to figure out how we can cope."


Steve Armatas, Aultman ...

www.cantonrep.com [cached]

Steve Armatas, Aultman Hospital's pharmacy director, concurred with his Mercy counterpart.

"We had a tremendous problem with syringes filled with drugs used for resuscitation. Time is of the essence. We had to use alternatives by making kits with vials and syringes in one bag to minimize the impact on squads and the emergency room,"Armatas said.
...
"The last shortages that occurred have come in at 4 o'clock in the afternoon on Friday," Armatas said.
...
Armatas said he believes it is time for government intervention, bringing pharmaceutical companies to the table to discuss a way to prevent future shortages.
Until the situation is resolved, hospital pharmacy departments are spending valuable time monitoring drug shortages - not unlike crisis management - which takes away from regular pharmaceutical care.
Both hospitals have collaborated to deal with individual shortages of specific drugs, Armatas said, "and trying to figure out how we can cope."


Cancer Committee

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Steve Armatas, RPh


Director of Pharmacy Operations ...

www.cantonrep.com [cached]

Director of Pharmacy Operations Steve Armatas said the size of the staff and physical space haven't changed in 40 years.

"Although we've had some equipment upgrades, it hasn't kept up with demand."
Workload has increased significantly in the last five years because the average number of medications each patient takes has risen. "Pharmacists essentially became data entry personnel because the law requires them to enter all orders," Armatas said.

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