National Survey of Safety Features with Pharmacy Computer Systems.
Huntingdon Valley, PA: Institute for Safe Medication Practices; 2005.
To assess important safety features of pharmacy computer systems, this online survey asks respondents to test examples of "unsafe orders" and report how their computer system handles them. Completed surveys were due to the Institute for Safe Medication Practices by July 22, 2005 and a link to the results is provided.
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