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1. Discuss the fiscal impact of medication errors.
2. List common causes of medication order errors.
3. Perform a patient medication assessment and reconciliation.
4. Describe ways in which a patient’s age impacts response to medications.
5. Define the term “polypharmacy.”
6. Delineate the four necessary criteria related to setting patient care goals and outcome criteria.
7. Demonstrate accurate and complete documentation of medication administration.
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