complex prescribing

complex prescribing,

n the homeopathic practice, popular in France and Germany, of prescribing a combined remedy of dilutions at different potencies in one container to treat a specific disease state.
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Reliant also made complex prescribing algorithms easier to follow by establishing and incorporating treatment protocols for hypertension into the electronic health record.
In summary, the new JAMA study is devoid of any data regarding patient outcomes; omits all the variables physicians consider when treating their patients; assumes pharmaceutical sponsored meals are purely social gatherings in which no educational information is shared; and reduces complex prescribing decisions to a simple transaction.
By extending support for more complex prescribing, TrakCare helps ensure that a patient's full medications history is captured in the electronic patient record, providing a full view of allergies and drug interactions at the time of prescription, further improving patient safety.
Purpose With the rapid development (and complex prescribing patterns) of drugs for HIV/AIDS care, it is challenging for physicians to keep current.
Speaking at a conference at the weekend, they said they were worried a reduction of basic science, such as anatomy and pharmacology, being taught as part of medical degrees means future doctors may not have the necessary background to deal with complex prescribing issues.
McLean has worked in all facets of the pharmacy industry, from clinical pharmacist through chief executive officer, giving him a unique insight into the intricacies of today's complex prescribing environment," comments Jim Bradley, chief executive officer.
With these cost increases and complex prescribing regimens, Walgreens has developed the programs to help both patients and payers better manage disease treatment and lower patients' overall health care costs.
Complex Prescribing Decision-Making Process--The New Primacy of Monetary Issues
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