Cost-effectiveness analysis of a hospital electronic medication management system

Conclusion The eMMS within this setting was more effective and less expensive than paper-based prescribing. Comparison with the few previous full economic evaluations available suggests a marked improvement in the cost–effectiveness of eMMS, largely driven by increased effectiveness of contemporary eMMs in reducing medication errors.
Source: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association - Category: Information Technology Authors: Tags: Research and Applications Source Type: research

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