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Community pharmacists encounter a wide range of challenges to medication safety. This study used a novel prospective method of predicting errors and developing remedial solutions.
The Patient Safe-D(ischarge) program used standardized tools to educate patients about their discharge needs, test understanding of those needs, and improve medication reconciliation at admission and discharge. A quasi-randomized controlled trial of the program found that it significantly increased patients' understanding and knowledge of their diagnoses, treatment, and required follow-up care.