Identifying effective computerized strategies to prevent drug-drug interactions in hospital: A user-centered approach

@article{Missiakos2015IdentifyingEC,
  title={Identifying effective computerized strategies to prevent drug-drug interactions in hospital: A user-centered approach},
  author={Olivia Missiakos and Melissa T. Baysari and Richard O. Day},
  journal={International journal of medical informatics},
  year={2015},
  volume={84 8},
  pages={595-600}
}
BACKGROUND Drug-drug interactions (DDIs) are an important and preventable cause of medication errors in hospitals. Recent developments in technology have seen new strategies emerge for preventing DDIs but these computerized strategies are rarely evaluated and are typically implemented with little input from the individuals using them. AIM To determine the opinions of both experts and users (prescribers) on computerized strategies available to assist in the identification and prevention of… CONTINUE READING