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81. Electronic Prescription

Prescription Aka: Electronic Prescription , Electronic Prescribing , E-Prescribe , e-Rx From Related Chapters II. Definitions Electronic Prescription Transmission of a prescription electronically (typically via an EHR), directly to a pharmacy Meaningful use mandates as part of Stage I III. Efficacy: Safety Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) has reduced some errors (e.g. illegible handwriting) However, CPOE has introduced many new types of errors (e.g. selection list errors, default directions) IV (...) appearing names (e.g. and ) VII. Resources American College of Physicians - Electronic Prescribing VIII. References (2014) Presc Lett 21(9): 52 Lin and ic in Herbert (2015) EM:Rap 15(9): 4-6 Images: Related links to external sites (from Bing) These images are a random sampling from a Bing search on the term "Electronic Prescription." Click on the image (or right click) to open the source website in a new browser window. Related Studies (from Trip Database) Ontology: Electronic Prescribing (C2350518

2018 FP Notebook

82. A systematic review of the impact of human factors on the safety of electronic prescribing systems used in all hospital settings

A systematic review of the impact of human factors on the safety of electronic prescribing systems used in all hospital settings Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external websites. Email salutation (e.g. "Dr Smith" or "Joanne

2018 PROSPERO

83. A systematic review and narrative synthesis of the on-screen user interface design factors or features that influence safe and effective use of hospital electronic prescribing systems

A systematic review and narrative synthesis of the on-screen user interface design factors or features that influence safe and effective use of hospital electronic prescribing systems Print | PDF PROSPERO This information has been provided by the named contact for this review. CRD has accepted this information in good faith and registered the review in PROSPERO. CRD bears no responsibility or liability for the content of this registration record, any associated files or external websites. Email

2018 PROSPERO

84. Electronically Generated Medication Administration and Electronic Medication Administration Records for the Prevention of Medication Transcription Errors: Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Safety

error rates are affected. Tags critical care, critical illness, drug prescriptions, drug therapy, electronic prescribing, intensive care units, life support care, medical order entry systems, medication errors, medication systems, hospital, pharmaceutical preparations, other miscellaneous topics, Medications, errors, error, Medication, Acute care Files Rapid Response Summary with Critical Appraisal Published : December 8, 2016 Follow us: © 2019 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health (...) Electronically Generated Medication Administration and Electronic Medication Administration Records for the Prevention of Medication Transcription Errors: Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Safety Electronically Generated Medication Administration and Electronic Medication Administration Records for the Prevention of Medication Transcription Errors: Review of Clinical Effectiveness and Safety | CADTH.ca Find the information you need Electronically Generated Medication Administration

2016 Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health - Rapid Review

85. Opioid-prescribing Practices in a Graduate Endodontic Clinic before and after Implementation of the Federal Schedule II Prescribing Mandate. (Abstract)

and after the mandate.Electronic health records from all patients treated in the GEC from 2010 to 2018 were reviewed retrospectively for opioid prescribing, the date of prescription, and the Current Dental Terminology code. Where opioid prescribing was documented in the electronic health record, additional data were extracted about pulpal and periapical diagnosis, pain level, opioid type, and prescription details. Prescribing rates were calculated and analyzed by using chi-square, analysis of variance (...) Opioid-prescribing Practices in a Graduate Endodontic Clinic before and after Implementation of the Federal Schedule II Prescribing Mandate. Opioid prescriptions have the potential for misuse. In October 2014, the federal schedule II prescribing mandate reclassified hydrocodone combination products from schedule III to schedule II drugs that required a written prescription. The aim of this study was to evaluate the opioid-prescribing practices in a graduate endodontic clinic (GEC) before

2019 Journal of Endodontics

86. Prescribing patterns of dependence forming medicines

…………………………………………...4 1 Introduction 17 2 Aims……. 19 3 Literature review 20 3.1 Scope of the review 20 3.2 Background 20 3.3 National Addiction Centre review (2011) 22 3.4 Evidence from studies using the CPRD 22 3.4.1 Level of prescribing 22 3.4.2 Changes over time 23 3.5 Benzodiazepines and Z-drugs 24 3.5.1 Benzodiazepines and Z-drugs: prevalence and trends 24 3.5.2 Benzodiazepines and Z-drugs: variations in prescription 25 3.5.3 Benzodiazepines and Z-drugs: communication and information 26 3.5 Opioids…… 27 3.5.1 (...) and treatment 37 5.3 Prescription length and dose 37 5.4 Continuous prescribing periods 39 5.5 Base population 40 6 Results…. 416.1 Proportion of patients prescribed DFM 41 6.2 Transitions between types of DFM 42 6.3 Length of prescriptions 43 6.4 Trends in long-term prescribing 45 6.5 Average dose 51 6.6 Diagnoses associated with DFM prescribing 55 6.7 Prescription differences across sub-groups 58 6.7.1 Characteristics of patients prescribed DFM 58 6.7.2 Characteristics of patients by average prescribing

2017 Public Health Research Consortium

87. CEO Statement: Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes)

CEO Statement: Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) CEO Statement: Electronic cigarettes | NHMRC NHMRC Tagline NHMRC Tagline Publication date Publication date Content type Filtered by: All Publications News Page Search Quick links Toggle navigation Main navigation Funding One researcher has the potential to improve millions of lives. We provide funding for research through our grant system, with a transparent peer-review process to determine how funding is allocated. May 07 2018 May 07 2018 (...) and help them protect intellectual property. Jun 14 2018 Jul 25 2018 About us At NHMRC we are excited by the huge potential benefits of the research we fund and by the opportunities we have to ensure Australians have access to evidence-based, authoritative health advice. We create pathways to a healthier future through our research funding, our health guidelines and the ethical standards we set and uphold. Jul 25 2018 Jul 25 2018 CEO Statement: Electronic cigarettes CEO Statement: Electronic cigarettes

2018 National Health and Medical Research Council

88. Electronically delivered, multicomponent intervention to reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescribing for respiratory infections in primary care: a cluster randomised trial using electronic health records-REDUCE Trial study original protocol. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Electronically delivered, multicomponent intervention to reduce unnecessary antibiotic prescribing for respiratory infections in primary care: a cluster randomised trial using electronic health records-REDUCE Trial study original protocol. Respiratory tract infections (RTIs) account for about 60% of antibiotics prescribed in primary care. This study aims to test the effectiveness, in a cluster randomised controlled trial, of electronically delivered, multicomponent interventions to reduce (...) unnecessary antibiotic prescribing when patients consult for RTIs in primary care. The research will specifically evaluate the effectiveness of feeding back electronic health records (EHRs) data to general practices.2-arm cluster randomised trial using the EHRs of the Clinical Practice Research Datalink (CPRD). General practices in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland are being recruited and the general population of all ages represents the target population. Control trial arm practices

2016 BMJ open Controlled trial quality: uncertain

89. Electronic Prescription Data to Improve Primary Care Prescribing

Electronic Prescription Data to Improve Primary Care Prescribing Electronic Prescription Data to Improve Primary Care Prescribing - Full Text View - ClinicalTrials.gov Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). Please remove one or more studies before adding more. Electronic Prescription Data (...) Research Official Title: Electronic Prescription Data to Improve Primary Care Prescribing Study Start Date : July 2015 Actual Primary Completion Date : January 2017 Actual Study Completion Date : July 1, 2017 Arms and Interventions Go to Arm Intervention/treatment Experimental: Bronchodilators Prescription Data Feedback to GP Practices - practices will be fed back data for people with presumed asthma who have either been dispensed more than 12 short-acting beta-agonist bronchodilators in the last 12

2015 Clinical Trials

90. Temporal and other factors that influence the time doctors take to prescribe using an electronic prescribing system. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Temporal and other factors that influence the time doctors take to prescribe using an electronic prescribing system. A computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system with embedded clinical decision support can reduce medication errors in hospitals, but might increase the time taken to generate orders.We aimed to quantify the effects of temporal (month, day of week, hour of shift) and other factors (grade of doctor, prior experience with the system, alert characteristics, and shift type (...) ) on the time taken to generate a prescription order.A large university teaching hospital using a locally developed CPOE system with an extensive audit database.We retrospectively analyzed prescription orders from the audit database between August 2011 and July 2012.The geometric mean time taken to generate a prescription order within the CPOE system was 11.75 s (95% CI 11.72 to 11.78). Time to prescribe was most affected by the display of high-level (24.59 s (24.43 to 24.76); p<0.001) or previously unseen

2015 Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

91. Social prescribing evidence map: technical report

included in the scoping review reported on health service use and the impact of social prescribing interventions on this was said to be variable 1 . One included study reported a significant reduction in the number of primary care appointments, number of consultations with a psychosocial aspect and in proportion of patients with prescriptions for psychotropic medication. However, there appeared to be no comparison group. Two further studies reported a reduction in primary care attendance, but neither (...) Social prescribing evidence map: technical report Social prescribing evidence map: technical report 1 Publication details: Title: Social prescribing evidence map: technical report Publisher: Public Health Wales NHS Trust Date: June 2017 We would welcome feedback on this report and would be interested to hear how it has been used. To provide feedback, or request further information, please contact us: Public Health Wales Observatory 2 Capital Quarter Tyndall Street Cardiff CF10 4BZ Email

2017 Public Health Wales Observatory Evidence Service

92. Managing Chronic Non-Terminal Pain in Adults Including Prescribing Controlled Substances

medication misuse. Check your State’s prescription monitoring program (PMP) and perform a urine screen by combination of enzyme immunolinked assay (EIA) and gas chromatography/mass spectroscopy (GCMS) prior to prescribing and at least yearly for patients given chronic opioid therapy. [ID]* Treatment. Treatment must be multi-dimensional, not only pharmacological. Effective therapy should control chronic pain in order to improve function at work, home, socially and in pleasurable pursuits. Complete (...) , along with increased prescribing has come increased prevalence of misuse, diversion, addiction and overdose. Physicians must exercise care and diligence when considering opioid therapy, to maximize functional benefit while minimizing risk. All new opioid prescriptions should be considered as a trial of therapy, and following a “universal precautions” approach is essential. Because one cannot accurately predict in advance which patients are at risk for misuse of their medication or manifesting

2017 University of Michigan Health System

93. Computerised decision support can improve antibiotic prescribing in hospitals

in improving quantitative and qualitative measures of antibiotic prescribing in inpatient hospital settings. METHODS: A systematic literature search was conducted of articles published from inception to 20th December 2014 using eight electronic databases: MEDLINE, EMBASE, PUBMED, Web of Science, CINAHL, Cochrane Library, HMIC and PsychINFo. An updated systematic literature search was conducted from January 1st 2015 to October 1st 2016 using PUBMED. The search strategy used combinations of the following (...) terms: (electronic prescribing) OR (clinical decision support) AND (antibiotic or antibacterial or antimicrobial) AND (hospital or secondary care or inpatient). Studies were evaluated for quality using a 10-point rating scale. RESULTS: Eighty-one studies were identified matching the inclusion criteria. Seven outcome measures were evaluated: adequacy of antibiotic coverage, mortality, volume of antibiotic usage, length of stay, antibiotic cost, compliance with guidelines, antimicrobial resistance

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

94. Cohort study: General practices that reduce antibiotic prescribing for self-limiting respiratory tract infections by 10% can expect to see one extra patient with pneumonia each year and one peritonsillar abscess each decade

abscess each decade Oliver van Hecke , Chris C Butler Statistics from Altmetric.com Commentary on: Gulliford MC , Moore MV , Little P , et al . Safety of reduced antibiotic prescribing for self-limiting respiratory tract infections in primary care: cohort study using electronic health records . Request Permissions If you wish to reuse any or all of this article please use the link below which will take you to the Copyright Clearance Center’s RightsLink service. You will be able to get a quick price (...) Cohort study: General practices that reduce antibiotic prescribing for self-limiting respiratory tract infections by 10% can expect to see one extra patient with pneumonia each year and one peritonsillar abscess each decade General practices that reduce antibiotic prescribing for self-limiting respiratory tract infections by 10% can expect to see one extra patient with pneumonia each year and one peritonsillar abscess each decade | BMJ Evidence-Based Medicine We use cookies to improve our

2017 Evidence-Based Medicine

95. Screen reminders for GPs did not improve anticoagulant prescribing in atrial fibrillation

Screen reminders for GPs did not improve anticoagulant prescribing in atrial fibrillation Screen reminders for GPs did not improve anticoagulant prescribing in atrial fibrillation Discover Portal Discover Portal Screen reminders for GPs did not improve anticoagulant prescribing in atrial fibrillation Published on 18 July 2017 doi: General practice software that generated screen reminders for patients with atrial fibrillation did not increase the proportion taking oral anticoagulants (...) appropriately by six months. This NIHR-funded trial included GPs in 47 surgeries in England and found that at the start only 63% of eligible patients with atrial fibrillation were being prescribed anticoagulants. Six months later the rate had increased to 66% in intervention practices and 64% in those following usual practice, a non-significant difference between the groups. Use of the software was associated with increased diagnosis of transient ischemic attack, which could be due to improved detection

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

96. Better prescribing might prevent thousands of strokes in the UK

Better prescribing might prevent thousands of strokes in the UK Better prescribing might prevent thousands of strokes in the UK Discover Portal Discover Portal Better prescribing might prevent thousands of strokes in the UK Published on 3 May 2017 doi: One third of people who had a first stroke in the UK between 2009 and 2013 had known risk factors and were not taking the drugs that might have prevented their stroke. Electronic general practice records from almost 30,000 people who had a stroke (...) showed that about 60% had risk factors that meant they might have been eligible to take cholesterol-lowering, anti-clotting or blood pressure medication. But 54% of these people had no recent prescription for the appropriate drug(s). The researchers estimate that almost 12,000 strokes a year in the UK could be prevented if everyone eligible for preventive drugs took them. We don’t know the reasons why people weren’t prescribed these drugs. They might have had valid medical reasons for not taking them

2019 NIHR Dissemination Centre

97. Translation of a C. difficile Treatment Clinical Pathway Into Machine-Readable Clinical Decision Support Artifacts Prototyped for Electronic Health Record Integration

Translation of a C. difficile Treatment Clinical Pathway Into Machine-Readable Clinical Decision Support Artifacts Prototyped for Electronic Health Record Integration Methods Research Report Translation of a C. difficile Treatment Clinical Pathway Into Machine-Readable Clinical Decision Support Artifacts Prototyped for Electronic Health Record Integration Methods Research Report Translation of a C. difficile Treatment Clinical Pathway Into Machine-Readable Clinical Decision Support Artifacts (...) Prototyped for Electronic Health Record Integration Prepared for: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality U.S. Department of Health and Human Services 5600 Fishers Lane Rockville, MD 20857 www.ahrq.gov Contract No. 290-2015-00005-I Prepared by: ECRI Institute–Penn Medicine Evidence-based Practice Center Plymouth Meeting, PA Investigators: Jeremy Michel, M.D., M.H.S.* Emilia Flores, Ph.D., R.N.* Nikhil Mull, M.D. Amy Y. Tsou, M.D., M.Sc. *Dr. Michel and Dr. Flores contributed equally to this report

2019 Effective Health Care Program (AHRQ)

98. Association of the Use of a Mandatory Prescription Drug Monitoring Program With Prescribing Practices for Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery. Full Text available with Trip Pro

Association of the Use of a Mandatory Prescription Drug Monitoring Program With Prescribing Practices for Patients Undergoing Elective Surgery. Most states have adopted the routine use of a prescription drug monitoring program (PDMP) to curb overprescribing of opioids. The American College of Surgeons promotes the use of these programs as a "guiding principle to curb the opioid epidemic." However, there is a paucity of data on the effects of the use of these programs for surgical patient (...) populations.To determine the association of the mandatory use of a PDMP with the opioid prescribing practices for patients undergoing general surgery.A prospective observational cohort study was conducted at an academic hospital in New Hampshire among 1057 patients undergoing representative elective general surgical procedures from July 1, 2016, to June 30, 2017.New state legislation mandated the use of a PDMP and opioid risk-assessment tool for all patients receiving an outpatient opioid prescription in New

2018 JAMA surgery

99. Reduction of opioid prescribing through the sharing of individual physician opioid prescribing practices. Full Text available with Trip Pro

department (ED).This was a pre-post intervention at a single community ED. We compared opioid prescriptions written on patient discharge before and after an intervention consisting of sharing individual and comparison prescribing data. Clinicians at or over one standard deviation above the mean were notified via standard template electronic communication.For each period, we reported the median number of monthly prescriptions written by each clinician, accounting for the total number of patient discharges (...) Reduction of opioid prescribing through the sharing of individual physician opioid prescribing practices. Drug overdoses are the most common cause of accidental death in the United States, with the majority being attributed to opioids. High per capita opioid prescribing is correlated with higher rates of opioid abuse and death. We aimed to determine the impact of sharing individual prescribing data on the rates of opioid prescriptions written for patients discharged from the emergency

2018 American Journal of Emergency Medicine

100. Interstate data sharing of prescription drug monitoring programs and associated opioid prescriptions among patients with non-cancer chronic pain. (Abstract)

with bordering states was associated with prescriptions of opioids. This was a cross-sectional study that included patients with non-cancer chronic pain from the 2014 National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey (weighted N = 66,198,751; unweighted N = 2846). Multinomial logistic regression was performed to examine the association between PDMP interstate data sharing status and patients' being prescribed opioids for pain treatment, controlling for covariates guided by the Eisenberg's model of physician decision (...) -making. Findings indicated that patients residing in states with interstate PDMP data sharing with all or partial bordering states were not less likely to be prescribed opioids compared to those living in states without interstate data sharing. Other factors such as patient age, health insurance type, new patient status, and physician adoption of electronic medical records were associated with the likelihood of patients' being prescribed opioids. This study concluded that current practice

2018 Preventive Medicine

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