The Internet on Steroids: How Connected is Your Pharmacy?
Author(s): Felkey Bill G
Issue: Nov/Dec 2007 - High-Technology Compounding
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Abstract: The primary purpose of all information used in health care is to reduce uncertainty for professionals making critical decisions. Over 6,000 articles are published daily in the biomedical literature; an information appliance that delivers high-quality, evidence-based information to pharmacists is vital. Technology needed to support the provision of drug-related, problem-focused pharmacy is available and in need only of integration into operations and business planning of the compounding pharmacy.
Related Keywords: Bill G. Felkey, MS, technology, literature, Internet, information resources, computers, personal digital assistants, PDA, quality assurance, medication errors, telecommunication
Related Categories: TECHNOLOGY, QUALITY CONTROL, INFORMATION RESOURCES
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