Returning to the doctor’s office to replace a lost or damaged prescription cost Canadians more than $35 million in… https://t.co/g3gZCrKr26
29 June 2017
The 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice, revealed the positive impact that the use of digital health is having on Canadian pharmacists’ changing practice needs and on patient safety and the delivery of care. The full data set with responses from 535 pharmacists is available for download and further analysis on the Dataverse Network, an open-source application for publishing, referencing, extracting and analyzing research data.
Also see the topline results: 2016 National Survey of Community-Based Pharmacists: Use of Digital Health Technology in Practice