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Darlene Donnelly



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Technology has come to impact healthcare tremendously in the past decade alone and as time goes by, there are more and more improvements. In the case of healthcare technology being used in the clinical setting, any benefits that have come from using it have come to completely outweigh any cons. There have been improvements in the ability of healthcare professionals to provide quality and safety of care to their patients through reducing medication errors through bar code medication administration, making communication easier, and allowing information about patients and disease processes to be readily available. The most important guideline to healthcare technology is that medical professionals must learn how to use it correctly. Technology being used in the clinical setting makes quality and safety of care easier and more attainable for professionals.

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healthcare technology, medication error, quality and safety care


Health and Medical Administration | Health Information Technology | Medicine and Health Sciences | Nursing

Is Technology Really Improving Quality and Safety of Care?



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