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tickler

A manual or automatic system for reminding users of scheduled events or tasks. It is used in PIMs, contact management systems and scheduling and calendar systems.
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Lusaka-Johannesburg virus) (see 'Clinical Alert'[11]).
The ones with a Clinical Alert Logo have been identified as contributing to medication errors ha 2004 by JCAHO for its National Patient Safety Goals and are to be spelled out to avoid errors.
auris cases were occurring in the United States, CDC issued a clinical alert (8) in June 2016, requesting that laboratories report C.
Natalie Pageler, M.D., medical director of clinical informatics at LPCH, and Christopher Longhurst, M.D., CMIO at LPCH, say clinical alerts can be divided into either synchronous or asynchronous decision support, the latter of which they say is a better solution for fixing alert fatigue.
This week, NCI mailed cancer specialists a clinical alert detailing the treatment advance.
Last May, after reviewing preliminary data from three of the four studies, the National Cancer Institute issued a clinical alert advising physicians to offer adjuvant therapy to women with node-negative breast cancer.
12, study coordinators mailed a "clinical alert" to 2,300 specialists in the United States, recommending referral of patients to one of the 23 participating centers until publication of the final results.
Community Hospitals Indianapolis puts clinical alert system to creative use.
ProMedica currently is working with 3M to install and activate 3M's Clinical Alert Management System, scheduled to be operational in October.

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