By the time the project reached 84 per cent completion we had made:
- 57 quality interventions to improve patient care, experience and outcomes
- cost efficiencies of £28,682.67 (surpassing our end target of £26,000).
Our pilot care home medication review resulted in greatly improved pharmaceutical care for patients through various clinical interventions, reducing medication errors and adverse effects with the potential of preventing unnecessary hospital admissions. There was ...
National organisations such as NHS England, NICE and MHRA share safely alerts and good practice guides to minimise harm from medication errors. Commissioners and clinical leads need systematic ways of assessing medicines safety and ...