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Apr 2019
Is there still a place for Monitored Dosage Systems in Care Homes?
There was a time when Monitored Dosage Systems (often referred to as multi-compartment compliance aids) were part of everyday life in care homes. In recent years, things have changed. Research has highlighted several areas where Monitored Dosage Systems (MDSs) fall short. This has forced care homes...
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Mar 2019
5 things your medication management training should include
At Homecare Pharmacy, we are dedicated to helping care homes improve their medication management, and a large part of that is supporting managers and their teams through effective training. Here are 5 things your medication management training should include. Control and administration of...
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Feb 2019
5 benefits of digital medication management
5 benefits of digital medication management Every care home needs an effective medication management system to ensure patient safety. Missed medication, incorrect medication or over-medicating can all cause serious illness and even fatalities. Unfortunately, human error can occur resulting in...
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