A cluster randomized clinical trial to improve prescribing patterns in ambulatory pediatrics.
Davis RL, Wright J, Chalmers F, et al. PLoS Clin Trials. May 2007;2:e25.
In this AHRQ-funded study, the researchers found that
improved prescribing behavior in accordance with the evidence for common pediatric outpatient conditions.
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Medication dosing errors for patients with renal insufficiency in ambulatory care.
Yap C, Dunham D, Thompson J, Baker D. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2005;31:514-521.
Adherence to black box warnings for prescription medications in outpatients.
Lasser KE, Seger DL, Yu DT, et al. Arch Intern Med. 2006;166:338-344.
Computerized prescribing alerts and group academic detailing to reduce the use of potentially inappropriate medications in older people.
Simon SR, Smith DH, Feldstein AC, et al. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2006;54:963-968.
Improving ambulatory prescribing safety with a handheld decision support system: a randomized controlled trial.
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