A comparative observational study of inpatient clinical note-entry and reading/retrieval styles adopted by physicians.

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International journal of medical informatics, ISSN: 1872-8243, Vol: 90, Page: 1-11

Publication Year:
2016
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27103191
DOI:
10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2016.02.011
Author(s):
Rizvi, Rubina F, Harder, Kathleen A, Hultman, Gretchen M, Adam, Terrence J, Kim, Michael, Pakhomov, Serguei V S, Melton, Genevieve B
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Elsevier BV
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The objective of this study is to understand physicians' usage of inpatient notes by (i) ascertaining different clinical note-entry and reading/retrieval styles in two different and widely used Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems, (ii) extrapolating potential factors leading to adoption of various note-entry and reading/retrieval styles and (iii) determining the amount of time to task associated with documenting different types of clinical notes.

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