Report: CPOE Can Benefit Physician Practices

Nov. 7, 2009


Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) could help California physicians save more than $3 billion annually and prevent nearly 250,000 medication-related injuries, according to a study produced for the California HealthCare Foundation. Prepared by the Center for Information Technology Leadership, the report estimates that widespread adoption of these systems would save individual providers save about $29,000 a year in expenses and avoid about nine adverse drug reactions each year. For a copy of the full report, visit www.rsleads.com/501ht-913

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