Decision Support System Design and Implementation for Outpatient Prescribing : The Safety in Prescribing Study

@inproceedings{Feldstein2005DecisionSS,
  title={Decision Support System Design and Implementation for Outpatient Prescribing : The Safety in Prescribing Study},
  author={Adrianne C. Feldstein and Davey M. Smith and Nan Robertson and Christine A. Kovach and Stephen B. Soumerai and Steven R. Simon and Dean F. Sittig and Daniel S. Laferriere and Mara Kalter},
  year={2005}
}
Background: Decision support (i.e., alerts and reminders) at the time of medication prescribing has been shown to be an effective method for reducing potential medication errors for inpatients, but much less is known about the effects in the outpatient setting. Using qualitative methods to inform our work, medication safety decision support and provider education interventions were designed to improve the use of medications in ambulatory care. Methods: This paper presents the study rationale… CONTINUE READING

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