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To achieve this goal, the Patient Partnership identified reducing adverse drug events in the hospital as a priority. An intervention that promotes partnership for patients, To achieve this goal, medication is a health system intervention that aims to reduce adverse drug events resulting from the imprecise transmission of drug information.67 68 However, little research has been conducted to date to describe and organize the possible etiologies of adverse drug events and , as a result, it is largely unknown to what extent imprecise transmission of drug information contributes to the development of clinically significant adverse events. It is therefore not surprising that a recent systematic review of 26 controlled studies did not affect the use, mortality or cost of downstream health services.69 This example highlights the need to develop innovative, evidence-based and effective patient safety strategies to reduce adverse drug events and to evaluate health outcomes before they are implemented outside the research environment. Adverse drug events, the unintended and harmful effects of drugs, are important outcome measures in health research. However, there is no commonly accepted set of revision codes 10 or coding algorithms from the International Classification of Diseases (ICD) to ensure their consistent identification in administrative data. Our goal was to synthesize a complete set of ICD-10 codes used to identify adverse drug events. Zero only indicates random agreement, 1 means total consent beyond chance. We found a total of 827 individual ICD-10 codes used in the health literature to identify adverse drug events (see additional Appendix B, available only online, for the full list of codes). Of these, 175 were external injury cause codes (Y40.0-59.9) and 652 disease manifestation codes. Only 13 disease outbreak codes appeared in combination with a cluster code (Table 5).52 61 Of the studies that generally studied adverse events, the median number of codes used was 190 (IQR 156-289). Seven studies used the external injury cause codes Y40.0-59.9 only,25 26 39 51 54 56 57 Five studies used only disease manifest codes,23 24 32 33 37 14 21 22 29 34-36 38 48 42 42 43 49 52 53 53 58 A single guideline recommended the use of algorithms for the search for clustered codes to indicate external injury cause codes that should be grouped with certain event codes of the disease in order to identify known adverse events.52 This list of group codes can be accessed online.61 The most commonly used disease manifestation codes are shown in Table 6.