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Medication errors won\'t be reversed with electronic management systems MP3

Studies conducted by the University of New South Wales have found evidence pointing to an alarming rate of prescribing mistakes by doctors and nurses. While electronic medication management systems and other IT programs are seen as step forward in cutting the risks, they're far from fool-proof and often introduce a whole new set of risks to patient safety. Source: abc.net.au

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