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Good prescribing decisions take into account the patient's wishes and needs, as well as evidence on a medicine's clinical effectiveness, safety and cost effectiveness, and identifies a therapeutic outcome. This complex process requires balancing potentially conflicting pieces of information, and needs to adapt to changes in patients' requirements, evidence and costs. For GPs, the computerised clinical system exists to aid prescribing by …

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