Avicenna Clinical Safety Services
ADEs are the single largest category of adverse events in hospitalized patients (19% of all injuries). Preventable ADEs occurring annually in U.S. hospitals were estimated to number 380,000 to 450,000 .
Did you know that patients hospitalized with an Adverse Drug Event (ADE) have an increased length of stay, higher treatment costs, and they at higher risk of in-hospital death than patients without an ADE . The incremental cost of an ADE is estimated to be $5857 .
The estimated cost of in- hospital ADEs exceeds $2.3 billion a year
WE IMPROVE THE QUALITY OF CARE, OPTIMIZE COSTS, AND REDUCE LIABILITY BY PREVENTING AVOIDABLE DRUG SIDE EFFECTS.
Avicenna Clinical Safety Services provide tools for reporting, monitoring and analyzing in hospital Adverse Drug Events. Our easy reporting tools are developed with the intention of reducing a physician’s burden. This platform monitors progress and documents outcomes. With superior insights derived from data our platform provides better tools to equip management teams to develop and test risk mitigation strategies to reduce future harm and liability.
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