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Medical errors account for approximately 100000 deaths each year and drugs are the most common cause of medical errors in hospitals synthesizing research studies from seven nations preventing medication errors and improving drug therapy outcomes a management systems approach explores medications use from a social perspective it identifies synthesizing research studies from seven nations preventing medication errors and improving drug therapy outcomes a management systems approach identifies pharmacists as a strategic resource in solving the problem of preventable adverse outcomes from drug therapypreventing medication errors and improving drug therapy outcomes a management systems approach written by charles d hepler richard segal read this book using google play books app on your pc android ios devices download for offline reading highlight bookmark or take notes while you read preventing medication errors and improving drug therapy outcomes a management systems download citation on researchgate | on jan 1 2003 shawn m borcherding and others published preventing medication errors and improving drug therapy outcomes a management systems approachmedical errors account for approximately 100000 deaths each year and drugs are the most common cause of medical errors in hospitals synthesizing research studies from seven nations preventing medication errors and improving drug therapy outcomes a management systems approach explores medications use from a social perspective

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