Value-Based Care

Case study: Little Company of Mary Hospital

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Little Company of Mary Hospital needed a more efficient way to look up drug interactions and dosing.

  • The solution
    The Little Company of Mary team used the IBM® Micromedex® suite of solutions to expedite and inform pharmacy decisions.
  • The benefit
    Micromedex provided the Little Company of Mary staff with near real-time access to accurate drug information, allowing them to make faster decisions, ensure positive interactions and, ultimately, achieve better patient outcomes.
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