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drug history

; medication history medication regime, indicating current/recent health status
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It discusses information on mental health medications that social workers need to know, such as how they work with the brain, helping a client terminate use, and taking a medication history, documenting, and treatment planning; prescription and nonprescription medications, herbal preparations, and special populations; and medications and psychosocial interventions for specific conditions: depression and mood disorders, bipolar disorders, anxiety and stress, and schizophrenia and psychotic disorders.
access to a patient's medication history at the point of care is key to improving the medication reconciliation process and preventing errors.
eMedRec is a tool used to document a patients medication history prior to admission using two or more information sources one preferably being the patient or caregiver.
This book sets out clear, concise instructions according to the World Health Organisation's Guide to Good Prescribing framework, for a range of core skills including medication history taking, reviewing and choosing new medicines, assessing the suitability of a drug regimen, writing a prescription, communicating with a patient, monitoring drug effects and dealing with drug-related problems.
com)-- DocuTAP, the leading provider of integrated Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and practice management technology for urgent care practices, has announced that the company has received Surescripts[R] certification for ePrescription (eRx) functionality of prescription routing, benefits, and medication history.
Please provide us with details of the winner's medication history.
The medication reviews will allow the members to meet their pharmacist and assess the medication history, including prescription, over-the-counter and alternative medicine treatments in addition to projected medication issues.
Last year the BCHS began a process to obtain the best possible medication history for each patient beginning at the time they arrived at the hospital.
Mobile technology can put patient information into the physician's hands which he or she might not have otherwise seen, including claims-based medication history and non-adherence notifications, prior treatments, data from other physicians and clinicians, and so on.
E-prescribing systems also can provide clinical decision support (such as drug-drug interaction checking), pharmacy benefit eligibility checking, formulary compliance, drug reference, medication history reporting, and prescription routing to retail or mail order pharmacies.

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