Veterans exposed to incorrect drug doses
AP/Yahoo News, January 22, 2009
The top Republican on the House Veterans Affairs Committee has demanded that the VA explain how it allowed software glitches to put the medical care of patients at its health centers nationwide at risk. Patients at VA health centers were given incorrect doses of drugs, had needed treatments delayed, and may have been exposed to other medical errors due to the glitches that showed faulty displays of their electronic health records.
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