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Grossman JM, Gourevitch R, Cross D. Washington, DC: National Institute for Health Care Reform; July 2014. NIHCR Research Brief No. 17.
According to this report, many vendors are still working to add and implement enhanced functions for electronic health records to support medication reconciliation capabilities. Health care workers are instead employing hybrid paper-electronic processes to ensure patients' medication lists remain accurate throughout their hospital stay.
Cima L, Clarke S, eds. Oakbrook Terrace, IL: Joint Commission; 2012. ISBN: 9781599406183.
Exploring nurses' role in care delivery and medication safety, this publication provides strategies for nurses to improve safety.
Maxfield D, Grenny J, McMillan R, Patterson K, Switzler A. VitalSmarts; 2005.E45
The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses (AACN) commissioned VitalSmarts to conduct a study exploring communication difficulties experienced by health care personnel that may contribute to medical error. Areas of concern include broken rules, mistakes, lack of support, incompetence, poor teamwork, disrespect, and micromanagement.