Dr. Thomas Colletti DHSc, PA-C
Medication reconciliation is more than a mandated portion of the medical record. When updated, the medication list is a valuable tool that benefits the patient by reducing medication interactions. Correct medication reconciliation is an essential tool for providers to utilize in developing a plan of care. This article aims to highlight the problems of adequate medical reconciliation in urgent care and E.D.s. A review of currently published sources showed several options none are shown to be fully effective. Easy solutions are not present to improve this system.
Estes TI. Difficulties of adequate medication reconciliation in Urgent Care and Emergency Rooms. Lynchburg Journal of Medical Science. 2022; 4(4).
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