Medication safety issue brief. Bar code implementation strategies.
American Hospital Association, American Society of Health-System Pharmacists, Hospitals and Health Networks. Hosp Health Netw. July 2005;79:65-66.
This brief addresses the role of bar coding in medication safety and includes three case studies of implementation. It is the second in a series of six briefs focusing on medication errors.
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