PDR Network Following FDA Wishlist In Program That Verifies EHRs Have Drug Safety Operations
This article was originally published in The Pink Sheet Daily
PDR Network offers a certification program for electronic health records that is focused on drug safety. EHR vendors that demonstrate certain functions will be able to include a “PDR Certified” logo on their websites and other marketing materials, acknowledging a number of features FDA wants to see incorporated into EHRs.
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