How to make medication error reporting systems work – Factors associated with their successful development and implementation

Source:  Health Policy 119/8 pp. 1046-54.

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Date of publication:  August 2015

Publication type:  Journal article

In a nutshell:  This study explored medication error reporting (MER) systems in different healthcare contexts. Sixteen medication safety experts in sixteen countries responded to a descriptive online questionnaire. Several factors related to the national context of MER systems, i.e., the operational environment, were identified to impact successful development and implementation of these systems. The authors concluded that operational environments of MER systems must be constructed to support functionality of these systems, and need to be improved in many countries.

Length of Publication:  9 pages

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