Dosing reports: ‘It is used to maximise the safety and efficiency of drug therapy qualitatively and quantitatively and to prevent errors with medication by running database checks on individual patient data prior to drugs being prescribed.’
Among users of the software is Professor M Dominik Alscher MD, Head of the Centre for Internal Medicine at the Robert-Bosch Hospital in Stuttgart, who said that, given the increasing complexity of medication, any tools that help to provide information quickly and precisely at the point where medical decisions are being made are decisive for the quality of care. ‘For all aspects of the prescription of drugs, AiDKlinik is the tool that makes it possible to find the best possible drug reliably, quickly and economically and to avoid interactions with other drugs. It is therefore a valuable tool for all doctors.’
‘It’s as simple and efficient as using Google,’ adds Dosing, which has worked closely with University Hospital Heidelberg, where digital medication prescriptions have been provided since 2003.