Corpus ID: 73590475

e-Prescription: An e-Health System for Preventing Adverse Drug Events in Community Healthcare

  title={e-Prescription: An e-Health System for Preventing Adverse Drug Events in Community Healthcare},
  author={I. Puspitasari and S. Soegijoko},
  journal={Indonesian Journal of Clinical Pharmacy},
The paper describes development activities of an e-health system for community health center (Puskesmas) with integrated adverse drug events e-prescription module, consist of system design and development, human resource development, e-health system realization, laboratory and implementation test of e-health system. Some e-readiness evaluations were conducted, through a number of field visits and questionnaires. The results had been used in the e-health system design and development… Expand
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