Bar code administration systems can reduce medication errors
Sg2 (free registration required), June 23, 2009
Bar code medication administration is one tool being adopted by hospitals to help reduce medication errors. BCMA technology involves labeling individual medicine doses with unique bar codes at their point of entry into the pharmacy (if not already done so by the manufacturer), and then tracking these medications as they move throughout the hospital.
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