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This article is from The EPMA Journal, volume 5.AbstractThe survey had the following aims: 1 to rationalise the hypothesis that risks and losses relating to medication process errors in Czech hospitals are at least comparable with the other developed countries and EU countries especially, 2 to get a valid professional opinion-estimate on the rate of adverse drug events happening in Czech hospitals, 3 to point out that medication errors represent real and serious risks and 4 to induce the hospital management readiness to execute fundamental changes and improvements to medication processes. We read through a lot of studies inquiring into hospitals medication safety. Then, we selected the studies which brought reliable findings and formulated credible conclusions. Finally, we addressed reputable Czech experts in health care and asked them structured questions whether the studies findings and conclusions corresponded with our respondents own experience in the Czech hospital clinical practice and what their own estimates of adverse drug events consequences were like. Based on the reputable Czech health care expert opinions-estimates, the rate of a false drug administration may exceed 5%, and over 7% of those cause serious health complications to Czech hospital inpatients. Measured by an average length of stay ALOS, the Czech inpatients, harmed by a false drug administration, stay in hospital for more than 2.6 days longer than necessary. Any positive changes to a currently used, traditional, ways of drug dispensing and administration, along with computerisation, automation, electronic traceability, validation, or verification, must well pay off. Referring to the above results, it seems to be wise to follow the EU priorities in health and health care improvements. Thus, a right usage of the financial means provided by the EC—in terms of its new health programmes for the period 2014–2020 e.g. Horizon 2020—has a good chance of a good result in doing the right things right, at the right time and in the right way. All citizens of the EU may benefit using the best practice.



Autor: Veselik, Zeno

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