C. K. Barsukiewicz

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The use of electronic medical records (EMR) in healthcare organizations will require substantial changes in the way physicians and their staff provide patient care. This study is the first part of a larger study assessing factors that influence successful implementation of EMR in ambulatory care settings. The purposes of this study were to identify specific(More)
This study reports early results of a project that addresses the process of computerizing medical records in multiple ambulatory care sites of a health system. The study focuses on end-user attitudes before, during, and after implementation, through the use of questionnaires, interviews, and participant observation. Knowledge about end-user attitudes prior(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the trends in anabolic steroid use among adolescents in the United States between 1988 and 1996. DESIGN Computerized and manual literature searches were performed, and the resultant local, state, and national cross-sectional surveys of illicit anabolic steroid use by adolescents were reviewed. Trends in steroid use were evaluated(More)
Healthcare organizations adopt HIMS to manage the large amount of data available in the patient medical record. The CPR, however, must be more than a mirror image of the paper record to yield analyzable data necessary to answer the consumer's questions about cost and quality of care. Although organizations strive to achieve standardization of medical(More)
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