Medication ordering errors resulting from duplicate orders are a threat to patient safety. To design an effective and sustainable solution to intercept and recover from duplicate ordering errors, we need to gain an in-depth understanding of the root contributors of medication order duplication. In this abstract, we present our findings from a qualitative prospective study that investigated clinician-intercepted duplicate ordering errors and their root contributors.
Learning Objective 1: To examine duplicate ordering errors intercepted by clinicians using the medication void function in the CPOE (Computerized Provider Order Entry) system.
Learning Objective 2: To analyze clinician-reported reasons for duplicate ordering errors and their root contributors.
Joanna Abraham (Presenter)
University of Illinois
Imade Ihianle, University of Illinois
Rishabh Choudhari, University of Illinois at Chicago
Alan Jarman, University of Illinois at Chicago
Thomas Kannampallil, University of Illinois at Chicago
William Galanter, University of Illinois at Chicago