Monitoring Multiple Prescriptions from Different Doctors May Cut Overdose Deaths
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In Utah, 21 people die every month from prescription drug overdoses. Modern computer databases are capable of identifying multiple prescriptions from different doctors for the same patient, which may lead to a decrease in this problem. Peter Kreiner, Ph.D., talks about the advantages of monitoring prescriptions statewide in an effort to prevent overdoses.