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*ISMP is a nonprofit organization that works closely with health care practitioners, consumers, hospitals, regulatory agencies, and professional organizations to educate caregivers about preventing medication errors. ISMP is the premier international resource on safe medication practices in health care institutions. If you would like to report medication errors to help others, E-mail us at: [email protected] or call (800)FAIL-SAF(e). This Medication Error Reporting Program keeps information confidential and secure. We will include only the level of detail that the reporter wishes in our publications.
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