The researchers these costs these costs between the two groups and found that the average total costs were $ 447 less in the intervention group. This included an average savings of $ 149 for the participants who spent less on weight loss programs, over-the – counter medications and dietary supplements. The total cost of the intervention group were $ 3,670 per person per year, and the costs for the control group were $ 4.
The authors of the study are: Lynn Debar, Dickerson, Frances Lynch and Nancy Perrin from the Kaiser Permanente Center for Health Research. Portland, Striegel – Moore and Francine Rosselli of Wesleyan University, Terence Wilson from Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, and Helena C. Kraemer from the Stanford University School of Medicine.The NAN is one of multiple outcomes of the ASHP IV to Safety Summit held in 2008. Safety Summit brought top experts ways to ways to put an end to deadly medication errors discussed. Ready to more recommendations from the summit:.
The upcoming introduction of the new national an alert system will a critical resource in preventing, introduced Manasse. Alerts Get are under the patronage of the National Coordinating FEI Medication Error Reporting and Prevention , of which ASHP and ISMP are founder members of be spread, and of the error of the error, and recommendations for to prevent the same error to the future of.