Improving the Quality of the Medication Use Process:
Error Prevention and Reducing Adverse Drug Events

Alan Escovitz, Dev S. Pathak, Philip J. Schneider

Synopsis

Each year, an estimated 120,000 preventable deaths and nearly 1,000,000 injuries occur during the course of medical treatment - a staggering and alarming figure. Improving the Quality of the Medication Use Process: Error Prevention and Reducing Adverse Drug Events takes a hard look at such misguided health care and proposes quick and effective methods for intervention on the part of the individual professional and the health care community at large.

Improving the Quality of the Medication Use Process is a book for physicians, pharmacists, nurses, health care system managers, the pharmaceutical industry, and the average citizen who has been in the health care system and wants to be informed before the next trip to the office or drug store.

 

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