Id 81 Electronic Prescription – E-Prescribing (Experience Of Family Doctor)

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Papic Radunovic J, Radunovic L
Serbia and Montenegro
pavle.mijuskovic@t-com.me
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Aim(s) or purpose: Information and monitoring of the number of examinations and the number of e-prescriptions.
Design and method: The analysis has included a number of e-prescriptions for the period from 17 June 2009 till 30 June 2009; from 17 August 2009 till 31 August 2009; from 1 December 2009 till 31 December 2009.
Results: Out of 1999 registered patients, 80 % of the patients are from 20 to 65 years old, while 20 % of them are 65-plus. In the period from 17 June 2009 till 30 June 2009, 403 patients were examined. There were 382 curative examinations, out of which 167 were first curative examinations, 129 were repeated ones and 86 were short visits. There were 21 preventive examinations. In that period 151 e-prescriptions were given. In the period from 17 August until 31 August 2009 315 patients were examined. There were 296 curative examinations, out of which 123 were first curative examinations, 97 were repeated ones and 76 were short visits. There were 19 preventive examinations. Within that period 107 e-prescriptions were given. In December (01.12-31.12.2009) there were 655 examinations, out of which: first examinations - 277; repeated - 214; short visits - 137 and preventive examinations - 21. 367 prescriptions were given.
Conclusions: E-prescribing has contributed to faster and more efficient communication among patients, doctors and pharmacists, as well as to monitoring a rational drug use and consumption.
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ID 81
Electronic prescription – e-prescribing (experience of family doctor)