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Additional studies by this Principal Investigator:
Evaluation of Computer Generated DUR Alerts in Community Pharmacy
Enhancing Physician Referral and Recommendation of Pharmacist Provided MTM Services
Examining Causes, Consequences, and Interventions to Address E-Prescribing Errors in Community Pharmacies
How can we improve interruption management in community pharmacies

Impact of e-prescribing on patient safety and pharmacy workflow in community pharmacies
Principal Investigator Michelle Chui, Pharm.D., Ph.D.
Project Title Impact of e-prescribing on patient safety and pharmacy workflow in community pharmacies
Grants Awarded Number 102
Status Grant Complete, 2012
Organization University of Wisconsin School of Pharmacy
Location Madison, Wisconsin
Grant Category Pharmacy Management & Ownership
Keyword ePrescribing
Grant Docs CPF Synopsis | Poster | Publication
Objectives Electronic prescribing, or e-prescribing, has been widely reported to improve safety, quality, efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of the medication use process in community pharmacies. However, numerous anecdotal reports suggest that e-prescriptions present unintended prescribing errors that result in a significant time burden to pharmacists patient care activities. This project will be the first study to empirically and objectively characterize the interactions that pharmacists have with e-prescribing technology, so that we can shed light on the impact of e-prescribing on patient safety and pharmacy workflow. Accordingly, the specific aims are: 1. to discover the extent and significance of unintended prescribing errors associated with e-prescriptions, 2. to study the effect of e-prescribing on financial and workflow issues, 3. to characterize the information needs and mental recall required to effectively process e-prescriptions, and 4. to compare the different interfaces by which e-prescriptions are presented in pharmacies to identify design strengths and weaknesses. Results of this study may be used to identify effective interventions to support pharmacists interface with e-prescribing technology, and more importantly, inform national pharmacy associations and policy makers about the appropriate role of health information technology in the community setting.
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