A Better Prescription for Reducing Medication Errors and Maximizing the Value of Clinical Decision Support
Medication errors remain an unnecessary public health menace. While industry awareness of the problem has existed for some time, efforts to reduce the incidence and impact of medication errors have not yet yielded much success. Consequently, the significant patient harm, death toll, and economic burden caused by these preventable errors persists.
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