Hospital and Clinical Pharmacy / As Per PCI – ER 2020


Medication management is largely the responsibility of the pharmacy in hospitals and other medical facilities. Selecting, acquiring, prescribing, delivering, administering, and evaluating drugs to improve patient outcomes. Make sure you’re giving the appropriate drug to the right person at the right time with the right dosage and administration instructions and keeping accurate records. The goal of patient care in the clinical pharmacy is to improve health outcomes for patients via the use of drugs. The clinical pharmacy also includes health promotion and disease prevention. Clinical pharmacy is the practice of providing pharmacological treatment. Besides helping those in need, it also teaches people how to make the most of the medicines they use. Clinical pharmacy initially appeared in hospitals and clinics, but it has since spread across the healthcare industry. Now more than ever, clinical pharmacists collaborate with doctors, nurses, and other healthcare providers to improve patient outcomes via more effective drug usage. Hospital pharmacists play an important role in medication management, which includes all aspects of the pharmaceutical lifecycle from selection to delivery to prescription to administration to review, to maximize medications’ contributions to achieving targeted results. Assuring that the 7 “rights” are adhered to—right patient, right dosage, right route, right time, right medication, and right information and documentation—will improve the safety and quality of all the medicine-related activities impacting the hospital patients.
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Prof. (Dr.) Ganesh N Sharma, Ms. Shweta Bhandari, Dr. Sanwar Mal Yadav, Dr. Narendra Sharma

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