DHCRC to develop renal dosage calculator algorithm for NT and SA patients

The Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre (DHCRC) has launched a new project to improve medication selection and dosing for patients with poor kidney function, including a trial of how to incorporate it into primary care and community pharmacy settings.

The tool has been conceptualised as a standalone service that will be delivered via an application program interface (API) to allow for easy integration with existing prescribing and dispensing software systems.

Posted in Australian eHealth

Tags: Digital Health CRC

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0 # Terry Hannan 2021-12-08 08:38
Let us hope that they use standardised data with interoperabilit y because this will have relevance to the rest of the nation's management of dosing in renal disease. If it works we would not want to have it unable to be interoperable with other systems.

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