Medication Management Reduces Risk of Errors

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Medication Management Reduces Risk of Errors

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Medications are a vital part of treatment if prescribed and taken correctly.  According to the American Medical Association, the highest incidents of medication errors occur during both prescribing and administration (JAMA, 1995). The risk increases for individuals who have multiple doctors and complex health conditions.  To read more click the link: October Bulletin: Medication Management Reduces Risk of Errors.

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