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Open source software — like the famed operating system Linux — makes its source programming code openly available to download. Users also contribute to the development of the software by sharing how they have employe...

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Over the last several decades, clinical decision support solutions have demonstrated success in helping improve quality of care in the American healthcare system. But the need to “broaden that impact” has led professionals to ...

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The American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons (AAOS) has provided guidance on when it may be appropriate to consider antibiotic administration prior to dental procedures in patients with joint replacements. The AAOS began develo...

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I’m already using e-prescribing. What more do I need to know? Well, there’s more to e-prescribing than just sending or receiving a new prescription or handling refill (renewal) requests. There are many other messa...

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The annual Hospital Management Asia (HMA) conference brings together hospital and healthcare managers from across the Asia Pacific region to share best practices and ideas for quality improvement. Healthcare information technology...

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February is American Heart Month. Follow events and discussions at #HeartMonth. Medication safety can sometimes be a tightrope walk of balancing var...

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Major drug groups — other than bisphosphonates — have been implicated in the risk of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) Two recent reports show that the list of drug classes associated with MRONJ is...

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We all know that there is risk in life. For patients taking medication, that risk may incrementally or exponentially increase based on a range of factors including genetics, diet, and medical history. Each time a patient is prescr...

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States permitting the use of medical marijuana have found decreases in opioid overdose deaths and use of opioids for chronic pain. A recent report found that between 1999 and 2010, states that permitted medical marijuana use ha...

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