Computerized physician order entry has been shown to reduce medical errors over a five-year period, with no new type of errors detected, according to a new study.

The prospective analytical study, published in the Journal of Clinical Pharmacy and Therapeutics, evaluated the impact of CPOE on the number of medical errors in prescriptions issued by a hematology department at a Spanish hospital.

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