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LodgeNet Healthcare Partners With American Society of Health-System Pharmacists to Improve Clinical Outcomes
Date:3/29/2011

n that delivers personalized medication information to patients throughout their entire care process. The application is available through eSUITE™, LodgeNet's interactive patient solution designed to inform and empower patients by providing innovative entertainment, education and engagement tools. Care providers can use My Medication to assign personalized content to patients to educate them about their prescriptions. Patients can learn about possible side effects, understand the risks of noncompliance and most importantly, the benefits associated with taking medications as prescribed.

Rooted in ASHP's acclaimed AHFS Drug Information® (AHFS DI) compendium, the AHFS Consumer Medication Information™ (AHFS CMI) database provides the content for the My Medication application in patient friendly terms. Published by ASHP, this database is compliant with current consumer medication information guidelines established by governmental agencies and is derived from proven sources of comparative, unbiased, and evidence-based drug information. Widely trusted as the premier source of comprehensive drug information, AHFS DI contains information from medical literature and expert advice from over 500 medical scientists, physicians, pharmacists, pharmacologists and other professionally qualified individuals and has earned federal status for establishing prescribing standards on accepted uses of medications. My Medication delivers the consumerized version of this content to patients via a variety of technologies including LodgeNet's interactive television (iTV) system, which is available in patient rooms. Information can also be pushed to patients outside the hospital setting through LodgeNet's new pre-admission and post-discharge solutions. Patients simply choose how they want to be reached and My Medication delivers relevant content to their smart phone, Web portal, Web enabled TV or other device.

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