Optimizing Drug-Dose Checking to Minimize Alert Fatigue

Wednesday, August 31, 2016
Presented by: 
Dr. David Kaelber

Drug dosing errors account for nearly 40% of all preventable medical errors and could prove harmful to patients and costly to healthcare organizations. Join MetroHealth System CMIO Dr. David Kaelber for a look at how his institution’s strategic approach to customizing its EHR-integrated drug dosing data lead to both improved patient outcomes and a reduction in irrelevant alerts and alert fatigue, as well as techniques for optimizing your drug decision support system.

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