E-prescribing errors in community pharmacies: Exploring consequences and contributing factors

@article{Odukoya2014EprescribingEI,
  title={E-prescribing errors in community pharmacies: Exploring consequences and contributing factors},
  author={Olufunmilola Odukoya and Jamie A. Stone and Michelle A. Chui},
  journal={International journal of medical informatics},
  year={2014},
  volume={83 6},
  pages={
          427-37
        }
}
OBJECTIVE To explore types of e-prescribing errors in community pharmacies and their potential consequences, as well as the factors that contribute to e-prescribing errors. METHODS Data collection involved performing 45 total hours of direct observations in five pharmacies. Follow-up interviews were conducted with 20 study participants. Transcripts from observations and interviews were subjected to content analysis using NVivo 10. RESULTS Pharmacy staff detected 75 e-prescription errors… CONTINUE READING
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