The Role of IT in Reducing ADEs

Monday, August 20th, 2007
This post was written by Melanie Matthews

Implementation of computer technology is key in eliminating adverse drug events (ADEs), explains Leanne Huminski, chief nursing officer, McLeod Regional Medical Center. She comments on capitalizing on computer technology, McLeod’s initiatives for eliminating adverse drug events and the role information technology is playing in reducing ADEs. Click here to listen to Leanne’s comments.

Huminski, along with collegue Donna Isgett and Lenore Blank and Michelle Gilbert, Blank, Michelle Gilbert, Donna Isgett, and Huminski will describe how their organizations are implementing perfect care processes in heart failure and medication management with details on how they’ve implemented their programs and the results they are achieving during a August 22, 2007 audio conference, Pursuing Perfect Care: Improving Chronic Care Outcomes by Treating the Whole Patient.

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