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Using consumer-based kiosk technology to improve and standardize medication reconciliation in a specialty care setting.
BACKGROUND Discrepancies in medication documentation most often occur at handoffs or transition points in care. A process improvement team at the Portland Department of Veterans Affairs developed aExpand
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Primary care provider perceptions and use of a novel medication reconciliation technology.
BACKGROUND Although medication reconciliation (MR) can reduce medication discrepancies, it is challenging to operationalise. Consequently, we developed a health information technology (HIT) toExpand
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Implementation Brief: Design and Implementation of a Medication Reconciliation Kiosk: the Automated Patient History Intake Device (APHID)
Errors associated with medication documentation account for a substantial fraction of preventable medical errors. Hence, the Joint Commission has called for the adoption of reconciliation strategiesExpand
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Evaluating an Insulin Infusion Protocol in an Acute Care Setting
Objective: The objective of the present study was to evaluate the adherence, safety, and effectiveness of a paper versus an electronic insulin infusion protocol. Design: This quasi-experimentalExpand
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Design of Admission Medication Reconciliation Technology: A Human Factors Approach to Requirements and Prototyping
OBJECTIVE: Our objectives were to (1) develop an in-depth understanding of the workflow and information flow in medication reconciliation, and (2) design medication reconciliation support technologyExpand
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EDIPO Quench Detection System: Concept and Development
EDIPO is the new 12.5 T superconducting test facility that is being installed at CRPP in Villigen, Switzerland. It will be placed beside the existing test facility SULTAN. The main purpose of bothExpand
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Design and Magnetic Performance of Small Aperture Prototype Quadrupoles for the SwissFEL at the Paul Scherrer Institut
The Paul Scherrer Institut is building an X-ray free electron laser (SwissFEL) providing a source of intense, ultra-short pulses of coherent radiation in the wavelength range of 0.1 to 0.7 nm. InExpand
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