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Admission Medication Reconciliation

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Admission to Hospital MedRec Clinical Requirements

Published on Apr 05, 2016 by Susan Sepa

A set of clinical requirements for medication reconciliation focused on hospital admission, that are the results of a workshop with a number of pharmacists, nurses and physicians primarily working in Western Canada, held February 18 & 19. Please also...

Admit MedRec Discussion Notes

Published on Mar 22, 2016 by Susan Sepa

The notes of the discussion that ensued during the February 2016 Clinical Requirement workshops as guided by the Line of Inquiry.

Assessing accuracy of an electronic provincial medication repository

Published on Mar 22, 2016 by Susan Sepa

Research article publised in 2012, Price in the BMC Medical Informatics and Decision making

ISMP Canada - Admission MedRec

Published on Mar 23, 2016 by Susan Sepa

A presentation by Kim Steitenberger Project Lead Medication Reconciliation for ISMP - Canada on Medication Reconciliation upon Hospital Admission.

MedRec at Interior Health Authority

Published on Mar 22, 2016 by Susan Sepa

A presentation overview of Medication Reconciliation at the Interior Health Authority in BC provided by Naomi Erickson RN, Quality Improvement and Patient Safety MedRec Co- Lead.

MedRec at VCH-PHC

Published on Mar 22, 2016 by Susan Sepa

A presentation overview of MedRec provided by Karin Trapnell - Regional Director (MedRec Lead) for Vancouver Coastal Health and Providence Health Care Region.

Unintended Medication Discrepancies Associated with Reliance on Prescription Databases for Medication Reconciliation on Admission to a General Medical Ward

Published on Mar 22, 2016 by Susan Sepa

An article published in 2009, Kalb et. al, in the Canadian Journal of Hospital Pharmacy. Unintended discrepancies were frequent, despite use of the PharmaNet database at the time of admission. Inconsistencies between the PharmaNet record and Patients'...

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