Evaluation of electronic health record implementation in ophthalmology at an academic medical center (an American Ophthalmological Society thesis).

@article{Chiang2013EvaluationOE,
  title={Evaluation of electronic health record implementation in ophthalmology at an academic medical center (an American Ophthalmological Society thesis).},
  author={Michael F. Chiang and Sarah Read-Brown and Daniel C. Tu and Dongseok Choi and David S. Sanders and Thomas I. S. Hwang and Steven Bailey and Daniel J. Karr and Elizabeth Cottle and J. Calvin Morrison and David A. J. Wilson and Thomas R. Yackel},
  journal={Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society},
  year={2013},
  volume={111},
  pages={70-92}
}
PURPOSE To evaluate three measures related to electronic health record (EHR) implementation: clinical volume, time requirements, and nature of clinical documentation. Comparison is made to baseline paper documentation. METHODS An academic ophthalmology department implemented an EHR in 2006. A study population was defined of faculty providers who worked the 5 months before and after implementation. Clinical volumes, as well as time length for each patient encounter, were collected from the EHR… CONTINUE READING
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