5 edition of Implementing an Electronic Health Record System (Health Informatics) found in the catalog.
December 8, 2004
Written in English
|Contributions||James M. Walker (Editor), Eric J. Bieber (Editor), Frank Richards (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||247|
Nov 21, · I agree with Dr. Aarts in the foreword of this book that Scott and colleagues' Implementing an electronic medical record system: successes, failures, lessons offers a refreshing, elaborate and different perspective. Scott et al. set out to give a comprehensive and elaborate narrative of what happened in a specific organization when a promising Author: Anne Moen. Medical Book Implementing an Electronic Medical Record System Focusing on the importance of organisational culture and leadership, it uses qualitative methods to report the experiences of clinicians, managers and implementation team members. Non-technical and accessible, the book offers highly topical, ground-breaking research in an emerging area.
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This introduction presents an overview of the key concepts covered in this book. The book reflects on cultural influences on the implementation of an electronic medical record (EMR) in Hawaii Kaiser Permanente. EMR is a generic term for integrated, computer-based, health information systems, accessible at the point of care. Based on interviews with doctors, plan managers, and office staff implementing an electronic health record system, this Fund-supported study finds that the keys to success include a participatory selection process, flexibility regarding staff roles and responsibilities, and decisive leadership at critical stages. Mar 29, · Some practices convert all users over to the EHR for all functions and all patients on the same day—the “big bang” approach. This has the advantage of minimizing the time spent managing both a paper record and the new electronic system simultaneously. It can also be highly disruptive and small glitches can be amplified.
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Implementing an Electronic Medical Record System bookCited by: 5.Jun 28, · Audience: According to the authors, the book is designed for the download pdf group of individuals tasked with implementing an electronic health record, including project team managers and directors, informaticians, consultants, and vendors.
The authors are credible in terms of their real-world experiences and effective literature faburrito.com: Springer London.Jan 21, · Are medical staff satisfied with electronic health record systems?
Ebook answer changes from year to year and ebook study to study. One survey indicated that 34% of physicians using EHRs were satisfied with their system – a fall from 62% in Physicians cited a negative impact on employee workflow, higher operating costs, and lower productivity than pre-launch as reasons for the .