Introduction Electronic prescription is a healthcare initiative that employs the use of computerized devices to modify, review, output and communicate drug prescriptions. The medical technology is implemented through different modes such as electronic reference books, stand-alone prescription writer, patient-specific prescription creation and refilling and medication management. Electronic prescription thus enhances access to medication history, warnings…
Introduction The start of reforms in China presented a paradoxical situation to the Chinese media; the question arose as to whether the status quo would be retained or the media would adopt changes in line with economic reforms and a market based approach for the party controlled media. However, the advent of economic reforms in…
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