Development of the quality assessment model of EHR software in family medicine practices: research based on user satisfaction

  title={Development of the quality assessment model of EHR software in family medicine practices: research based on user satisfaction},
  author={Damir Kralj and Josipa Kern and Stanko Tonkovic and Miroslav Koncar},
  journal={BMJ Health \& Care Informatics},
  pages={340 - 358}
Background Family medicine practices (FMPs) make the basis for the Croatian health care system. Use of electronic health record (EHR) software is mandatory and it plays an important role in running these practices, but important functional features still remain uneven and largely left to the will of the software developers. Objective The objective of this study was to develop a novel and comprehensive model for functional evaluation of the EHR software in FMPs, based on current world standards… 
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