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Alert fatigue by other names : review of contributing fields regarding the 'cry wolf' effect

@inproceedings{Kordek2013AlertFB,
  title={Alert fatigue by other names : review of contributing fields regarding the 'cry wolf' effect},
  author={Michael E. Kordek},
  year={2013}
}
Concern about safety and, likewise, errors in medicine exploded after the first Institute of Medicine report “To Err is Human: building a safer health system” in 1999. (1) Adoption of electronic health records, computerized provider order entry, and clinical decision support was intended to make medicine safer for the patient. To this end, a plethora of clinical decision support tools have been added into record keeping and ordering systems known as electronic health records or electronic… Expand
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