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Reducing Medication Errors

Evidence shows that medication errors are the leading cause of harm in US hospitals, with more than six adverse drug events for every 100 admissions. Patients in the ambulatory setting fare no better, as studies suggest as many as 25% of outpatients experience an adverse drug event. Join Dr. David Bates and a team of leading experts on medication safety to learn how modern interventions can keep your patients safe.

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"Good presentation. Too bad the incentives can't be expanded for those providers who are just beginning to bring on the EMR - especially small practices. Thank you."
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"Well presented. Does Sweeden have a one payer system? This works better when the system acts to lower its over-all cost (vs. hospital level). Patients should be followed shortly after discharged by their PCP - with a discharge summary transmitted to the PCP. Merely to have a med list (given to the pt.) does little to understand the changes made and help the PCP transition to community-based formulary if needed. What has been found helpful in the FP level is to print out a list of medications that 'we' think the patient is taking and have them review it while waiting to be seen. Pts need to be actively involved in knowing their meds. Thanks."
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