The results of the effectiveness of the STRIPassistant, a computerized decision support system to improve a medication review, is published in Drugs and Aging. The  study showed that appropriate decisions increased from 58% without the STRIP Assistant to 76% with it (p<0.0001). Inappropriate decisions decreased from 42% without the STRIP Assistant to 24% with it (p<0.0001). The open access article is available on the EPHOR website at Research/articles.

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