Dealing with electronic health records (EHRs) and worrying about patient satisfaction are popular pastimes for many physicians. ... We were very concerned as we rolled out our electronic health record in March 2013 of what would be the impact of this on
Chan School of Public Health in Boston. Q: What led you to study this issue? ... electronic health records.
Giving inpatients access to their electronic health records (EHRs) during hospitalization appeared to improve empowerment and did not seem to affect clinician or nurse workload, according to a small study. ... Patients used an electronic tablet provided
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
assigned to appropriate services; and working with information technology to install inpatient electronic health records and computerized physician order entry systems. ... When Philip Vaidyan, FACP, was recruited to St. Mary's Health Center in St.
health care when she speaks about patient-centered medical homes on Thursday morning. ... The new track includes two pre-courses and 13 sessions focused on practice management issues such as electronic health records, performance measurement and practice
Using a handheld electronic device to capture procedure codes isn't new, but as the technology improves, the approach is becoming particularly appealing to hospitalists. ... For that to happen, an electronic charge capture tool should be easy to learn
and lead developer of the electronic cardiac arrest triage (eCART) early warning score, a software tool marketed by AgileMD. ... Such scoring systems are being successfully integrated into hospitals' electronic health records (EHRs), but simplicity
FHIR is an health interface standard that, when paired with application programming interfaces, can speak with electronic health records to allow patients to download an app that uses this technology and ... extract information out of electronic health
Our results suggest that a first priority may be to focus on the inclusion of disability measures such as ADL limitations and nursing home needs (already extensively documented in electronic health ... The World Health Organization (WHO) has released the