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BACKGROUND Warfarin is implicated in approximately 30% of reported anticoagulant-related errors. In order to improve anticoagulation management and safety, our institution implemented an inpatient… (More)
PURPOSE A national survey was conducted to assess pharmacist roles in transition-of-care (TOC) activities in the United States. METHODS An online survey was sent to 1246 pharmacy directors who were… (More)
BACKGROUND The use of anticoagulant medications is complex and prone to error in the inpatient setting. Patients with heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) must receive treatment with alternative… (More)
BACKGROUND Patient satisfaction data played a role in determining Medicare reimbursement as of October 2012. Clinical pharmacy services could improve satisfaction of hospital inpatients but it is… (More)
PURPOSE The structure and implementation of a nontraditional pharmacy residency program in a large teaching hospital are described. SUMMARY A nontraditional track of the postgraduate year 1 (PGY1)… (More)
In the United States, 60% of serious and life-threatening medication errors in general inpatients involve i.v. medications. A similar percentage (56%) of medication errors involve i.v.… (More)
Aim • We sought to measure the effectiveness of the ASP PR campaign. Study Design • Single pre-test, single post-test quasi-experiment; cross sectional Setting and Population • Henry Ford Health… (More)
s S313 Conclusion: The risk of thrombosis after anticoagulation reversal in our cohort of CF-LVAD patients was acceptably low.