Outback innovation improves safety

O'Halloran, Dan
August 2012
Australian Journal of Pharmacy;Aug2012, Vol. 93 Issue 1107, p32
The article presents information on Outback Pharmacies that has reviewed its three pharmacy operations based in Broken Hill, New South Wales. It informs that the patient safety after the hospital admission and discharge has been improved as a result of innovations and collaboration of pharmacists. It further informs that the review identified major issue regarding the medications taken by the patients.


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