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AHRQ Patient Safety Network: Optimizing medication safety in the home.

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Optimizing medication safety in the home.

LeBlanc RG, Choi J. Home Healthc Now. 2015;33:313-319.

Patients who receive home care services are vulnerable to adverse events, as they are generally chronically ill and take many prescribed medications. This preliminary study reports on a home care–based intervention to enhance medication safety through medication reconciliation and improving multidisciplinary communication.

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