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Medication Errors Archives

Research focuses on easier-to-use electronic health records

A major development in New Jersey hospitals and other medical facilities across the country in recent years has been the steady -- and rapid -- implementation of electronic health record (EHR) systems to supplant paper records and handwritten patient notes.

Growing pains for electronic health records' implementation

The advent of electronic health record (EHR) systems to supplant paper records for patients in New Jersey and elsewhere across the country began in earnest several years ago with the federal government’s initiative to reward hospitals upgrading their charts and records with financial bonuses.

Hospital disclosures highlight electronic records' growing pains

The push across the medical industry in recent years that has focused upon supplanting paper records with electronic health records (EHRs), with New Jersey providers being no exception, has often been touted as revolutionary.

Opinion on reusing medical equipment: "Clean and green" initiatives

As one doctor -- an infectious-disease specialist in New York City -- queried recently in his capacity as a media commentator on national health care, what reasonable person would ever argue over a uniform approach to injections that centrally incorporates the notion "one needle, one syringe, only one time"?

$7.4 Billion Medicaid Recovery

Breslin and Breslin, PA, Donald A. Caminiti, Esq., was one of six law firms selected by the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey to act as special counsel to represent it in its lawsuit against the tobacco industry to recover Medicaid and other health related costs incurred by the state resulting from tobacco related illnesses.