Centers Speak Up: The Clinical Context for Health Information Technology in the Ambulatory Care Setting

@article{Leu2007CentersSU,
  title={Centers Speak Up: The Clinical Context for Health Information Technology in the Ambulatory Care Setting},
  author={MS MHS Michael G. Leu and Ming Cheung MPH and MS Tashonna R. Webster MPH and MPH Leslie Curry and Elizabeth H. Bradley and RN PhDJudithFifield and MPH Helen Burstin},
  journal={Journal of General Internal Medicine},
  year={2007},
  volume={23},
  pages={372-378}
}
Clinicians in ambulatory care settings are increasingly called upon to use health information technology (health IT) to improve practice efficiency and performance. Successful adoption of health IT requires an understanding of how clinical tasks and workflows will be affected; yet this has not been well described. To describe how health IT functions within a clinical context. Qualitative study, using in-depth, semi-structured interviews. Executives and staff at 4 community health centers, 3… CONTINUE READING