Pharmacovigilance

Turbocharging Your Pharmacovigilance Data Collection & Analysis with Accreditation & HIE

Why:      Cast a wide net and catch more Adverse Drug Events (ADE)

  • Preventable medication errors impact more than 7 million patients and cost almost $21 billion annually across all care settings. (AMIA 2018)
  • While you are problem solving ADE challenges and making your contribution to the challenge we recommend using accreditation and health information exchange
  • Understanding Key ADE data points will produce cost and safety benefits:
    • Medication Events
      • By Patient Type & Setting
      • By Error Type
      • Associated with Side Effects
      • Avoidable vs Non-avoidable

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Reference

Adverse drug events (ADEs) account for more than 3.5 million physician office visits and 1 million emergency department visits each year. It is believed that preventable medication errors impact more than 7 million patients and cost almost $21 billion annually across all care settings. About 30% of hospitalized patients have at least one discrepancy on discharge medication reconciliation. Medication errors and ADEs are an underreported burden that adversely affects patients, providers, and the economy.

Toward Reporting Support and Quality Assessment for Learning from Reporting: A Necessary Data Elements Model for Narrative Medication Error Reports
Bin Yao, Hong Kang, Ju Wang, Sicheng Zhou, Yang Gong
AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2018; 2018: 1581–1590. Published online 2018 Dec 5.
PMCID: PMC6371327

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