Research Paper: Does Feedback Improve the Quality of Computerized Medical Records in Primary Care?

@article{Lusignan2002ResearchPD,
  title={Research Paper: Does Feedback Improve the Quality of Computerized Medical Records in Primary Care?},
  author={Simon de Lusignan and Peter N. Stephens and Naeema Adal and Azeem Majeed},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2002},
  volume={9 4},
  pages={395-401}
}
OBJECTIVE The MediPlus database collects anonymized information from generalpractice computer systems in the United Kingdom, for research purposes. Data quality markers are collated and fed back to the participating general practitioners. The authors examined whether this feedback had a significant effect on data quality. METHODS The data quality markers used since 1992 were examined. The authors determined whether the feedback of "useful" data quality markers led to a statistically… CONTINUE READING
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