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Partnership for Health IT Patient Safety. Plymouth Meeting, PA: ECRI Institute; 2019.
Inconsistent checking for and consideration of drug allergy alerts can diminish the safety of prescribing. This report from a multistakeholder work group provides evidence-based safe practices and recommendations for improvement, including standardizing documentation practices, actionable decision support, monitoring of alert effectiveness, and patient engagement.
Journal Article > Commentary
Information technology-based approaches to reducing repeat drug exposure in patients with known drug allergies.
Cresswell KM, Sheikh A. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2008;121:1112-1117.e7.
This article analyzes how technology such as barcoding, RFID (radiofrequency identification), and computerized alerts can prevent administration errors in patients with identified medication allergies.