Medication errors in hospitals don’t disappear with new technology

Analysis from the Pennsylvania Patient Safety Authority suggests that while technology helps make health care safer in many ways, it also “has led to new, often unforeseen types of errors” due to system problems or user mistakes. Read the full article here http://www.post-gazette.com/business/healthcare-business/2017/04/10/medication-error-electronic-health-record-hospitals-patient-safety-authority/stories/201704090072


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