219. Who’s Arden? Arden Syntax in Medical Logic Modules

Intended Audience: Newcomers to Pharmacy Informatics

Have you heard of Arden? Today’s episode we talk about the Arden Syntax standard and how it’s used in Medical Logic Modules, or MLMs. Arden Syntax is used in a number of EHRs today, but it’s not used in all of them. For some EHRs, the Arden Syntax structure is embraced because of how organized it is, but the actual syntax is not followed.

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