Description and comparison of quality of electronic versus paper-based resident admission forms in Australian aged care facilities

@article{Wang2013DescriptionAC,
  title={Description and comparison of quality of electronic versus paper-based resident admission forms in Australian aged care facilities},
  author={Ning Wang and Ping Yu and David Hailey},
  journal={International journal of medical informatics},
  year={2013},
  volume={82 5},
  pages={313-24}
}
PURPOSE To describe the paper-based and electronic formats of resident admission forms used in several aged care facilities in Australia and to compare the extent to which resident admission information was documented in paper-based and the electronic health records. METHODS Retrospective auditing and comparison of the documentation quality of paper-based and electronic resident admission forms were conducted. A checklist of admission data was qualitatively derived from different formats of… CONTINUE READING
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