Care provider order entry (CPOE): a perspective on factors leading to success or to failure.

@article{Ozdas2007CarePO,
  title={Care provider order entry (CPOE): a perspective on factors leading to success or to failure.},
  author={Asli Ozdas and R A Miller},
  journal={Yearbook of medical informatics},
  year={2007},
  pages={
          128-37
        }
}
OBJECTIVE Authors provide a perspective on factors leading to successful care provider order entry (CPOE) implementations. METHODS Viewpoint of authors supported by background literature review. RESULTS Authors review both benefits and challenges related to CPOE implementation using three guiding principles: (1) a clinical approach to clinical systems, which claims that CPOE implementation is analogous to a "good" clinician delivering care to a patient; (2) a commitment to quality, which… Expand
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