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Big data in pharmacy practice: current use, challenges, and the future [Corrigendum]

Authors Ma C, Smith H, Chu C, Juarez D

Received 11 February 2019

Accepted for publication 11 February 2019

Published 20 February 2019 Volume 2019:8 Pages 13—14

DOI https://doi.org/10.2147/IPRP.S204832


Ma C, Smith H, Chu C, Juarez D. Integr Pharm Res Pract. 2015;4:91–99.

Page 96, left-hand column, the reference citations for the following text “The US Hawaii Health Information Exchange (HHIE) is a 501 (C) (3) nonprofit, state-wide organization established in 2006. By facilitating assessment and implementing targeted health initiatives, HHIE strives to enhance care coordination, to improve the health outcomes of Hawai‘i’s patients, and to reduce the cost of care for both patients and health care providers.39” and “A project called Pharm2Pharm, funded for $14.3 million USD by an innovation grant from CMS, uses information provided by HHIE to facilitate all written communication between hospitals and outpatient health care teams.40” were incorrect. The citation numbers 39 and 40 in this section should be replaced by number 55.

Page 96, left-hand column, the reference citations for the following text “HHIE Community Health Record, a tool that pharmacists can use to access patient lab values and other clinical information. This complete record of medications, labs, and other clinical information can then be utilized to support additional health care strategies specifically designed for each patient.39,40” were incorrect. The citation numbers 39 and 40 in this section should be replaced by number 55.

Page 99, the following reference should be added to the reference list as reference number 55 “Pellegrin KL. The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Scripts: Pharm2Pharm: Leveraging Medication Expertise Across the Continuum of Care. Hawaii J Med Public Health. 2015;74(7):248–252.”

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