Veena Seshadri

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OBJECTIVE To determine the availability of inpatient computerized physician order entry in U.S. hospitals and the degree to which physicians are using it. DESIGN Combined mail and telephone survey of 964 randomly selected hospitals, contrasting 2002 data and results of a survey conducted in 1997. MEASUREMENTS AVAILABILITY computerized order entry has(More)
OBJECTIVE To describe the kinds of unintended consequences related to the implementation of computerized provider order entry (CPOE) in the outpatient setting. DESIGN Ethnographic and interview data were collected by an interdisciplinary team over a 7 month period at four clinics. MEASUREMENTS Instances of unintended consequences were categorized using(More)
The research questions, strategies, and results of a six-year qualitative study of computerized physician order entry implementation (CPOE) at successful sites are reviewed over time. The iterative nature of qualitative inquiry stimulates a consecutive stream of research foci which, with each iteration, add further insight into the overarching research(More)
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