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  • North Carolina provides a tool to curb prescription drug overdoses, but most doctors don't use it.

    Doctors say they don't use North Carolina's prescription database because it is too cumbersome and time-consuming, but with the help of a stopwatch Dr. Don Teater shows that checking the information takes about 1 minute.

Doctors say they don't use North Carolina's prescription database because it is too cumbersome and time-consuming, but with the help of a stopwatch Dr. Don Teater shows that checking the information takes about 1 minute.
Doctors say they don't use North Carolina's prescription database because it is too cumbersome and time-consuming, but with the help of a stopwatch Dr. Don Teater shows that checking the information takes about 1 minute.

Drug database can save lives in 60 seconds. Why don’t more doctors use it?

May 21, 2016 2:31 PM