EHRs help ensure proper patient use of blood thinners

Slabodkin, Greg
January 2017
Healthdatamanagement.com;1/16/2017, p4
The article discusses how the use of electronic health records (EHRs) improves medication adherence when warfarin, according to a research from University of Missouri Health Care.


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