Every year, drug-related illnesses and complications cost the American healthcare system billions of dollars, while medical errors, the majority of which are related to drugs, account for approximately 100,000 deaths. Synthesizing research studies from seven nations, Preventing Medication Errors and Improving Drug Therapy Outcomes identifies pharmacists as a strategic resource in solving the problem of preventable adverse outcomes from drug therapy. It describes the preventable adverse outcomes of drug therapy, explores the safety, cost-effectiveness, and quality of medications use from a management systems perspective, and proposes systematic solutions.

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