The editorialists also noted that the patient voice has been “conspicuously absent” in duty-hour research and that the effect on patients of duty-hour changes and other changes in health ... care delivery, such as hospitalist care and the
Goodspeed. Electronic health records (EHRs) can serve as either a help or a hindrance, the experts said. ... They are not only costly to the health care system but can hurt other patients.
The cover story of our May issue looks at fixing electronic health records, while other articles focus on wayfinding apps, unbefriended patients, and poststroke epilepsy. ... The cover story of our May issue looks at why electronic health records
Deitelzweig, who is system chair of hospital medicine for Ochsner Health System in New Orleans. ... from claims, electronic health records, and registries to explore this issue because no randomized controlled trials are expected.
Gottesman said. Electronic health records (EHRs) seem like a natural answer to the need for standardized forms, but so far they haven't included them.
Researchers did a cross-sectional analysis using hospital discharge records and quality-of-care assessment records from the 2007 Hospital Inpatient Quality Reporting Program. ... It's important for clinicians to appropriately screen for, identify and
Many serious problems and potentially permanent harm to patient health and physician credibility can result from copy-and-paste misuse. ... and reliable clinical records that improve patient safety, hospitalist credibility, and quality of care.
Disability and certain social determinants of health affect the risk of 30-day readmission beyond factors currently included in Medicare's risk adjustment, a recent study found. ... Our results suggest that a first priority may be to focus on the
programs that use electronic health records (EHRs) to incorporate specialist expertise. ... Lack of an effective implementation strategy can undermine the effectiveness of an electronic GMS, said Dr.
The studies tested four types of intervention: electronic clinical decision support (eight studies), educational interventions (seven studies), performance feedback reports (one study), and an institutional clinical pretest policy (one study).