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Top 5 Reasons Your Hospital is Ready to Graduate to Data-Driven Medication Reconciliation

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Transitions of care and discharge can be a major challenge for care providers. 

Approximately 20% of Medicare patients are readmitted to the hospital within one month of discharge.  Missed data on patient allergies or medication regiment, inaccurate medications recorded from an incoherent patient or manually from clinical notes—all of these errors can often be the difference between readmission and successful recovery. 

In this latest white paper, the case is made for automation and data-driven medication reconciliation across the care continuum, from admission to discharge. 

Readers will examine the top 5 considerations for automated, data-driven medication reconciliation, including:

  1. Lowering readmission rates – Immediate access to complete and accurate medication history improves diagnosis, shortens stays, and lowers readmission rates.
  2. Visibility into patient compliance – Is a patient taking their medications?  The complete medication history can guide discussion and uncover true causes of symptoms.

And more…

Register to view this white paper, and find out why data-driven medication reconciliation has been helping providers improve accuracy of patient records, and has contributed to keeping patients where they should be—out of the hospital.

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