Physicians' responses to computerized drug-drug interaction alerts for outpatients

Abstract

INTRODUCTION Adverse drug reactions (ADR) increase morbidity and mortality; potential drug-drug interactions (DDI) increase the probability of ADR. Studies have proven that computerized drug-interaction alert systems (DIAS) might reduce medication errors and potential adverse events. However, the relatively high override rates obscure the benefits of alert… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.cmpb.2013.02.006

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