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Walgreens Utilizes Patients’ Data To Predict Diagnoses

Walgreens Utilizes Patients’ Data To Predict Diagnoses
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The pharmacy company will be supplying its clinics with an analytical system to aide in the treatment of patients.

Sara Roncero-Menendez
  • 5 february 2014

Doctors rely heavily on a patient’s medical history in order to properly diagnose and treat their illness. Missing something crucial, like an allergy or prior incidents, could further worsen a patient’s condition. As Walgreens opens up clinics in locations across the United States, getting a patient’s history can be even more difficult. ePASS is an analytical system that will help doctors ask the right questions and make more informed decisions about their care.

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