Study: Computer programs not flagging dangerous drug combinations

05/14/2004 | Reuters

Computerized medical records are being recommended to prevent medical errors, but a study of four leading computer programs showed they actually failed to red flag potentially life-threatening drug combinations. Researchers in Scotland tested systems used by about three-quarters of general practitioners and found they failed to detect known prescribing errors, including contraindicated drugs.

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