Recording pharmacists ' interventions with a personal digital assistant

Clark, John S.; Klauck, James A.
September 2003
American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;9/1/2003, Vol. 60 Issue 17, p1772
Academic Journal
Focuses on the importance of recording pharmacists' interventions with a personal digital assistant (PDA). Importance of documenting pharmacists' interventions during patient care; History behind the creation of a PDA-based documentation system for pharmacists; Comparison between documenting pharmacists' interventions on PDAs and traditional documentation methods.


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