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Rebuilding from ruin

There is no way EMS could have handled it all.”. Electronic health records are critical. ... We were able to quickly get the records over to other facilities where patients had been taken,” said Kim Day, central regional president of the Sisters of
September 2011

Duty hours and paper records

However, they stressed that the move to electronic health records may lead to increased disposal of paper charts, which in turn may increase the risk of inappropriate handling of personal information. ... Minimizing the printing of documents containing
June 2018

Reducing unnecessary testing

While pop-up messages built into electronic health records can alert physicians to research or guidelines that could influence whether or not they order a test, physicians tend to override or ... The results point to the need for alert systems to become
July 2011

Taking glucose management online

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.
April 2018

A new cause to consider in falls: Infection

Researchers reviewed the electronic health records of 161 adult patients admitted from 2000 to 2014 to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
May 2016

Acetaminophen doses too high in some hospitalized patients

Researchers performed a retrospective review of patients' electronic health records at two tertiary care hospitals to determine acetaminophen use during hospitalization and potential risk factors for supratherapeutic dosing. ... risk. The author of an
November 2012

A traffic signal for discharge planning

The tool hit another bump when the hospital changed its electronic health records (EHRs) system.
November 2014

MGMA conference coverage: Revenue varies with ownership, EHR use

The need for primary care coverage and referrals in hospital- and IDS-owned practices may contribute to the overall difference in compensation,” said Jeffrey Milburn of the MGMA Health Care Consulting ... Specifically, hospital and IDS practices using
November 2010

In the News

Researchers performed a retrospective review of patients' electronic health records at two tertiary care hospitals to determine acetaminophen use during hospitalization and potential risk factors for supratherapeutic dosing. ... risk. The author of an
January 2013

Patient safety, resident sleep do not appear to differ with flexible vs. standard duty hours

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
March 2019

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