Hospitals slow to use technology to halt errors
Many hospitals haven't adopted computerized provider order entry systems and other technologies designed to prevent medication errors, due in part to their high costs. A recent survey suggests that only 17% of U.S. hospitals use CPOE, and other surveys have found even fewer hospitals use bar coding.
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