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U of M researchers assess effectiveness of computerized physician order entry system

n for physicians to efficiently enter and view past and present patient prescriptions and medical history.

While the review found that the number of medication errors dropped as a whole, the incidence of one type of error, prescribing the wrong drug, did not decrease. In five of the twelve studies, the number of adverse events from drugs errors did not decrease. More than one-half million patients suffer injuries or death from adverse events, causing up to $5.6 million annually per hospital, according to the review.


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University of Minnesota
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