NICU med variance reduced by computerized order entry

01/18/2008 | Medscape (free registration)

A new study shows that implementing computerized physician order entry can reduce NICU medication administration variances from 19.8% to 11.6%. Researchers found that variances related to incorrect routes or timing for drug administration were much lower following CPOE implementation.

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