Electronic alerts improve long-term uptake of lipid lowering medication

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Simple, personalized alerts embedded in a patients’ electronic health record (EHR) led to a wider use of guideline recommended lipid-lowering therapies at 90-days, according to a study by Yale School of Medicine researchers.

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