Documentation in a Medical Setting : Effects of Technology on Perceived Quality of Care

@inproceedings{DeBlasio2009DocumentationIA,
  title={Documentation in a Medical Setting : Effects of Technology on Perceived Quality of Care},
  author={Julia DeBlasio and Bruce N. Walker},
  year={2009}
}
The authors examine the social impact of introducing advanced exam-room technologies to the doctorpatient interaction. A total 342 participants viewed one of several video conditions portraying a physician conducting a medical interview in which he used one of 5 documenting methods/devices (nothing, pen and paper, PDA, desktop computer, wearable computer). After viewing the interaction, participants completed a series of questionnaires evaluating their general satisfaction with the quality of… CONTINUE READING

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