EHR in Emergency Rooms: Exploring the Effect of Key Information Components on Main Complaints

@article{BenAssuli2014EHRIE,
  title={EHR in Emergency Rooms: Exploring the Effect of Key Information Components on Main Complaints},
  author={Ofir Ben-Assuli and Itamar Shabtai and Moshe Leshno and Shawndra Hill},
  journal={Journal of Medical Systems},
  year={2014},
  volume={38},
  pages={1-8}
}
This study characterizes the information components associated with improved medical decision-making in the emergency room (ER). We looked at doctors’ decisions to use or not to use information available to them on an electronic health record (EHR) and a Health Information Exchange (HIE) network, and tested for associations between their decision and parameters related to healthcare outcomes and processes. Using information components from the EHR and HIE was significantly related to improved… CONTINUE READING

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