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Electronic prescribing saves lives, so make the first step with a gap analysis

September 14, 2018 Božidarka Radović
What if I told you that the transformation from paper-based to electronic prescribing could save lives?
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Towards the Right Dose of Precision Medicine

June 07, 2018 Emil Plesnik
Determining the optimal medication dose for an individual patient is challenging, as no two patients are the same in the sense of drug absorption, distribution, and clearance. The dosing decision is a complex one, especially for medications with narrow therapeutic ranges, but also for patients with impaired physiological functions and comorbidities. To add to the challenge, clinicians now face ...
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The journey to a paperless hospital – The importance of having a proven rollout methodology

June 01, 2018 Anže Droljc
When it comes to supporting healthcare with IT, having a great product is just one quarter of the puzzle. There are several reasons why vendors and care providers struggle when it comes to implementing and achieving a really good adoption of healthcare IT. Then there is also the challenge of what to do with a patient’s existing clinical data. And, since you are buying new software, this typically ...
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The journey to a paperless hospital – where to begin, even if you are already on the way

December 11, 2017 Anže Droljc
It is highly unlikely that your hospital or trust has no IT whatsoever. Likely, your organisation already has dozens, if not hundreds, of healthcare applications and solutions. Unfortunately, all of these systems are probably not truly integrated, which can make it extremely difficult for medical teams to get a single, unified, and up-to-date summary of a patient’s condition and ongoing care ...
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