Electronic prescribing

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  • The purpose of this book is to provide electronic prescribing (EP) systems implementers with an overview of the clinical and professional issues involved with the use of EP systems, and a discussion of the key systems design principles involved. The book does not assume any detailed clinical or IT knowledge on the part of the reader; as such, it provides general guidance on possible applications of EP systems.

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  • Patient safety has become an important theme of the research agenda in the course of the last decade, both throughout Europe and worldwide. Improving patient safety and the quality of healthcare poses many challenges, and information technology (IT) has always been seen as having the potential to support the measures necessary to address these. But the risk of adverse events is unfortunately rising alongside the increasing sophistication and maturity of the health IT systems incorporated into the hospital environment. One major source of such errors is related to medication, i.e.

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  • The overall goals for treatment of tuberculosis are 1) to cure the individual patient, and 2) to minimize the transmission of Mycobacterium tuberculosis to other persons. Thus, successful treatment of tuberculosis has benefits both for the individual patient and the community in which the patient resides. For this reason the prescribing physician, be he/she in the public or private sector, is carrying out a public health function with responsibility not only for prescribing an appropriate regimen but also for successful completion of therapy.

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  • Integration of the patient electronic health record (EHR) with publicly accessible information creates new opportunities and challenges for clinical research and patient care. For example, one challenge is that the complexity of the information provided to the clinician must not impair the clinician’s ability to accurately and rapidly prescribe drugs that are safe and effective for a specific patient, and covered by the patient’s insurance provider.

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  • A foreign company can commence operations in India by incorporating a company under the Companies Act as a subsidiary (including a wholly owned subsidiary) or as a joint venture company. Private or public companies are formed by first obtaining name availability approval, followed by registering the memorandum and articles of association and prescribed forms with the Registrar of Companies (ROC) in the state in which the registered office is to be located. If the documents are in order, the ROC will issue a certificate of incorporation.

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  • According to the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS), the University of Kentucky must use the official wording prescribed by SACS in all catalogues, brochures and advertisements when referring to reporting its accreditation status in its relationship with the Commission on Colleges. This regulation refers to any communication – either printed, broadcast or electronic -- that refers to the University’s accreditation by SACS.

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  • In managing an onsite clinic, Ashley became aware of studies showing that patients, who were prescribed medications during a visit, often put off getting their prescriptions filled. In many cases, this has a detrimental effect on getting patients well quickly. The solution Ashley implemented was InstyMeds 2 . InstyMeds is the healthcare industry’s first fully automated, ATM-style, dispenser of acute prescription medications that dispenses directly to patients at the point-of-care. An InstyMeds Medications Dispenser is installed in the Ashley Wellness Center.

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