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Gillie.AI for Medication Deviations

Artificial Intelligence finds drug deviations

An easy-to-use tool for comprehensive assessment of medication

Artificial intelligence-based monitoring of medication deviations helps pharmacists and other healthcare professionals make an overall assessment of the patient’s medication. The application evaluates the significance of the deviations and displays the references where the deviations are described.


Finds medication deviations without user intervention
The application works in the background and retrieves the information it needs from the patient information system. It reads prescriptions and records made about the customer from the texts and warns of deviations if necessary.
Considerable cost savings
Adverse effects of drugs and other medication deviations cause a lot of patient visits. Some of these can be avoided when deviations are detected quickly.
Speeds up the pharmacist’s work
When making an overall evaluation of the medication, the application shows the applicability of the patient’s current and previous medications and classifies the severity of deviations. In addition, the user receives references to the sources on which the suitability assessment is based.
Increases drug safety
The application performs an assessment whenever the patient le is prescribed a new drug or the patient receives a new diagnosis, record or laboratory result. Fast response reduces the consequences of medication deviations for the patient.
Deviations in dosage
Searches for patients who have been prescribed a higher than recommended drug dosage. In the evaluation, e.g. patient’s age, weight, gender and indication.
Drug-drug interactions
Shows the possible interactions of the drugs used by the patient and the reasons for them. In addition, searches for and warns about patients with dangerous drug interactions.
Shows possible contraindications related to the patient’s medication.
Deviations in duration
Shows patients who have exceeded the recommended time of use of the drug.
Adverse effects
The artificial intelligence looks for adverse effects in the patient’s records and alerts if symptoms that have not occurred before have appeared after starting to use the medicine.
Kidney deficiency
Warns if the medicine or its dosage is not suitable for a person with kidney failure. In addition to GFR, consider weight, age and indication.
Liver failure
Notifies if the medicine is not suitable for people with liver failure or the dosage needs to be changed. Pay attention to the degree of liver failure (mild, moderate and severe).
Suitability for the elderly
Assess the suitability of the medicine for the elderly.
Suitability during pregnancy
Notifies if the pregnant woman has been prescribed medications, the use of which should be avoided during pregnancy.
Suitability during breastfeeding
Warns if, within a year after giving birth, the patient is using medications that should be avoided during breastfeeding.