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How to make medication error reporting systems work—factors associated with their successful development and implementation.

Holmström A-R, Laaksonen R, Airaksinen M. How to make medication error reporting systems work--Factors associated with their successful development and implementation. Health Policy (New York). 2015;119(8):1046-54. doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2015.03.002.

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April 22, 2015
Holmström A-R, Laaksonen R, Airaksinen M. Health Policy (New York). 2015;119(8):1046-54.

A survey of 16 international medication safety experts identified the critical factors for improving the performance of medication error reporting systems. The recommendations focused on the operating environment of error reporting systems—for example, taking steps to improve safety culture—rather than the technical specifications of the systems.

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Holmström A-R, Laaksonen R, Airaksinen M. How to make medication error reporting systems work--Factors associated with their successful development and implementation. Health Policy (New York). 2015;119(8):1046-54. doi:10.1016/j.healthpol.2015.03.002.