1-The Prescription Chain

One-Click prescription "writing" of  medications is not  far away for NanoCom

This is a  closed chain and  is the source of 56 % of medical errors In this chain we find

A-the physician

B-the Pharmacists

C-The Nurse

1-A:The Physician, the missing link...  The Rx  Man

Computerised Physician Order Entry (CPOE) :You may ask, if we are seriously  asking a physician in a remote village in Ankara or Adana, In turkey, to use Computerized Prescription Order Entry, while his compare part in London ,or new York city, are without one .Before we answer that let us see what is CPOE ?
Today ,every where, , Physician and Hospital have a stamped form or paper pad with the name of the doctor, tel… writes Rx () the patient's name and address must also be recorded. Each prescription is dated and some jurisdictions may place a time limit on the prescription…..Rx security – demand that all efforts should be made to prevent forgeries of these Pads .

Today, believe it or not 56% of medical errors ,adverse drug events (ADEs), medication prescription errors (MPEs), and rule violations (RVs) come from Physicians prescriptions .The statistic is staggering and the cause is due to the notorious bad hand writing of the Physicians see here

 One study calculates, for example, that 800,000 preventable ADEs occur each year in long-term care facilities. Another finds that among outpatient there occur 530,000 preventable ADEs each year. Different studies have claimed 380,000 and 450,000 preventable ADEs per year. And that is in USA alone….. Not in Adana in turkey , or Africa .The errors are deadly, a Texas jury awarded a woman $450,000 after her husband died when his pharmacist misread "Plendil" (a medication for high blood pressure), for "Isordil", a medication for heart pain. (see Here)

 

For something as important as a prescription, you would think legibility would be important. But , that is also good indication that, if a pharmacist can read the bad hand-writing , then we are talking about very limited number and types of drugs .This , easily can be put on a hand held tablet with pen. Then ,it is possible for a  Physician, useing our pad  to  produce printed prescription with barcode,

Therefore  we are not far away from One-Click prescription "writing" of commonly used medications, we are not also far away from a pharmacists reading the barcode from this prescription as key to the location, the price of the drug in the pharmacy, making bar-coding on box completely redundant.

 We  are not suggesting Computerized Prescriptions, this does not necessarily reduce error or cost, it may introduce new types of errors, CPOE, which  gives dug prescription support is complicated and unacceptable.

 We do not intend to produce computerized prescription, but only to produce, bar -coded prescription slip and printout of information for the patient and the pharmacy, the nurse, or the drug administrator,

The pad and the technology is as cheap as a mobile If a  patient from a villager in turkey has a mobile in his pocket, then it is not too much to as physician or his secretary to print the prescription from Nanocom pad and there are no questions of the wrong button being pressed with today’s colorful images of the drug appearing on the physicians, computer screen

 We are not supplying prescription supported pad  or validation, just electronic prescription ready to be printed, emailed, integrated into the doctors electronic files for his patients or sent to the hospital database, or the e-prescription in future…etc This will save valuable physicians time as it amount to Patient preparation and data entry are done before the patient arrives at the doctors desk by the registration lady or secretary or the registration department

1-B:The Pharmacists  the drug dispenser

 When a pharmcists, receives a barcoded prescription or machine readable, the whole operation starts, the screen shows , THE LOCATION OF THE DRUG in the pharmacy,, THE PRICE, THE EXPIRY, THE BATCH....... , these information were entered when the pharmaacist received  the E-documnet from the supplier as will be shown in chain 2

1-C:The Nurse , The drug administratorh3

 UPON RECEIVEING THE PRESCRIPTION, SHE CAN APPLY THE FIVE RIGHTS IMMEDIATELY BECAUSE, NANOCOM PAD AS SHOWN IN THE PICTURE HAS THE FINGER PRINT OF THE PATIENT AS THE ID when the patient enrolled first

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