Recent study lauds automated surveillance.

  • Published 2006 in Healthcare benchmarks and quality improvement

Abstract

ADEs detected at a rate 3.6 times that of voluntary reporting at a university hospital and 12.3 times that at a community hospital. Goal of system is not just to detect ADEs, but to measure whether they are being reduced. Automated surveillance is much less costly than computerized physicians order entry. 

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