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Qual Manag Health Care. 2010 Jul-Sep;19(3):239-47. doi: 10.1097/QMH.0b013e3181dafe9c.

The use of interactive computerized order sets to improve outcomes.

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Department of Pharmacy Practice, LECOM-Bradenton School of Pharmacy, Bradenton, Florida 34211, USA. speshek@lecom.edu

Abstract

An interdisciplinary team, led by a medication safety pharmacist and a nurse clinical and quality analyst, has created criteria-based, interactive order sets in a computerized physician order entry system to facilitate the ordering of evidence-based medications. These order sets are developed by consensus among physicians, nurses, and pharmacists utilizing the literature of the medical specialty, and then presented to the Pharmacy & Therapeutics Committee for approval. Once approved, the orders are built in the computer system and checked for quality by a pharmacist and 2 nurses before activation. The support of the vice president of Medical Affairs and the physician chief information officer has paved the way for physician acceptance of the orders.

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20523262
DOI:
10.1097/QMH.0b013e3181dafe9c
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