Topic: Medication Reconciliation
UCLA Health will pay $7.5 million to settle a lawsuit stemming from 2015 data breach; study finds hospital employees susceptible to phishing, and more.
Diagnostic errors are the leading cause of liability claims against primary care doctors, according to a new report.
Medication safety—or lack thereof—among seniors is placing an unnecessary strain on our healthcare system.
For the second time in a month, Geisinger is releasing digital apps developed alongside a pharmaceutical company.
For doctors, there’s a free resource that lets them check what other physicians are saying about their patients’ experience with drugs.
Opioids are involved in more medication-related liability claims than any other type of drug, according to a new analysis.
Rush University Medical Center has begun using pills equipped with a small sensor to help remind patients to take their medication.
Primary care physicians and specialists frequently collaborate to treat patients, but care coordination often presents a number of obstacles.
To do medication reconciliation right, providers should aim for a “correct” medication list, according to a recent op-ed.
Medication errors cause at least one death every day and injure roughly 1.3 million people each year in the United States alone. But it’s not only a national problem, and the World Health Organization is taking action to reduce these preventable adverse events worldwide.