Pharmacists and health information technology: Emerging issues in patient safety [Book Review]

HEC Forum 20 (3):259-275 (2008)
Abstract
This review analyzes the social perspective of patient safety and how pharmacists should consider these elements when adopting health information technology (HIT) into their practice
Keywords Philosophy   Theory of Medicine/Bioethics   Philosophy of Medicine   Medical Law   Ethics
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DOI 10.1007/s10730-008-9075-4
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