Impact of wireless electronic medical record system on the quality of patient documentation by emergency field responders during a disaster mass-casualty exercise.

@article{Chan2011ImpactOW,
  title={Impact of wireless electronic medical record system on the quality of patient documentation by emergency field responders during a disaster mass-casualty exercise.},
  author={Theodore C. Chan and William G. Griswold and Colleen Buono and David Kirsh and J. Lyon and James P. Killeen and Edward M. Castillo and Leslie Lenert},
  journal={Prehospital and disaster medicine},
  year={2011},
  volume={26 4},
  pages={
          268-75
        }
}
INTRODUCTION The use of wireless, electronic, medical records and communications in the prehospital and disaster field is increasing. OBJECTIVE This study examines the role of wireless, electronic, medical records and communications technologies on the quality of patient documentation by emergency field responders during a mass-casualty exercise. METHODS A controlled, side-to-side comparison of the quality of the field responder patient documentation between responders utilizing National… CONTINUE READING
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