Keeping up with the script

E-prescriptions have provided many benefits but some problems remain, pharmacists say The transition from paper to electronic prescriptions has been met with a mixed response overall from primary care health professionals, say the authors of a new study. Researchers from Western Sydney University conducted in-depth interviews with 11 GPs and nine pharmacists to ascertain their

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