As the population of older people is expanding and medication review is both time consuming and money consuming, a more sophisticated approach to improve patient medication use might be necessary.
Frans van Andel and Anita Hogg from MOIC and Rob Brenninkmeijer (Digitalis) facilitated a seminar at the WHO Country Office in Kiev, Ukraine on 7 July 2017.Lees volledig artikel
Using a clinical decision support system medication reviews are performed in a standardised way which leads to comparable results between patients. In addition it eliminates the time factor to perform medication reviews as the major problems related to medication, laboratory values, indications and/or established patient characteristics will be directly available.Lees volledig artikel
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The journey from medicines management to optimisation has resulted in significant improvements in the quality and safety of medicines yielding health gain and economy and a return on investment of £5–8 for each £1 invested. How? Read the review.
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The Ministry of Health in Warsaw was the location of the special seminar ‘Integrated Medicines Management’ on 31 October 2014. Subject was the development of IMM and STEPSelect in Northern Ireland and its relevance for Poland. Speakers Speakers: Frans van Andel, Rob Brenninkmeijer (Digitalis), Michael Scott (Northern Health and Social Care Trust and Artur Falek (Director of Drug Policy and Pharmacy Department). Want to know what they talked about? For slideshows and video’s: http://bit.ly/stepselectpoland