Computer-based systems for input, storage, display, retrieval, and printing of information contained in a patient's medical record.
A system of record keeping in which a list of the patient's problems is made and all history, physical findings, laboratory data, etc. pertinent to each problem are placed under that heading.
Information systems, usually computer-assisted, designed to store, manipulate, and retrieve information for planning, organizing, directing, and controlling administrative activities associated with the provision and utilization of ambulatory care services and facilities.
Media that facilitate transportability of pertinent information concerning patient's illness across varied providers and geographic locations. Some versions include direct linkages to online consumer health information that is relevant to the health conditions and treatments related to a specific patient.
Recording of pertinent information concerning patient's illness or illnesses.
Systems composed of a computer or computers, peripheral equipment, such as disks, printers, and terminals, and telecommunications capabilities.
Protective measures against unauthorized access to or interference with computer operating systems, telecommunications, or data structures, especially the modification, deletion, destruction, or release of data in computers. It includes methods of forestalling interference by computer viruses or so-called computer hackers aiming to compromise stored data.
Integrated, computer-assisted systems designed to store, manipulate, and retrieve information concerned with the administrative and clinical aspects of providing medical services within the hospital.
The attitude and behavior associated with an individual using the computer.
The procedures involved in combining separately developed modules, components, or subsystems so that they work together as a complete system. (From McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific and Technical Terms, 4th ed)
A system containing any combination of computers, computer terminals, printers, audio or visual display devices, or telephones interconnected by telecommunications equipment or cables: used to transmit or receive information. (Random House Unabridged Dictionary, 2d ed)
The visual display of data in a man-machine system. An example is when data is called from the computer and transmitted to a CATHODE RAY TUBE DISPLAY or LIQUID CRYSTAL display.
Integrated set of files, procedures, and equipment for the storage, manipulation, and retrieval of information.
Small computers using LSI (large-scale integration) microprocessor chips as the CPU (central processing unit) and semiconductor memories for compact, inexpensive storage of program instructions and data. They are smaller and less expensive than minicomputers and are usually built into a dedicated system where they are optimized for a particular application. "Microprocessor" may refer to just the CPU or the entire microcomputer.
The privacy of information and its protection against unauthorized disclosure.
The portion of an interactive computer program that issues messages to and receives commands from a user.
Computer-based information systems used to integrate clinical and patient information and provide support for decision-making in patient care.
The services rendered by members of the health profession and non-professionals under their supervision.
A management function in which standards and guidelines are developed for the development, maintenance, and handling of forms and records.
A detailed review and evaluation of selected clinical records by qualified professional personnel for evaluating quality of medical care.
Organized activities related to the storage, location, search, and retrieval of information.
The creation and maintenance of medical and vital records in multiple institutions in a manner that will facilitate the combined use of the records of identified individuals.
Data recorded by nurses concerning the nursing care given to the patient, including judgment of the patient's progress.
Activities and programs intended to assure or improve the quality of care in either a defined medical setting or a program. The concept includes the assessment or evaluation of the quality of care; identification of problems or shortcomings in the delivery of care; designing activities to overcome these deficiencies; and follow-up monitoring to ensure effectiveness of corrective steps.
Care which provides integrated, accessible health care services by clinicians who are accountable for addressing a large majority of personal health care needs, developing a sustained partnership with patients, and practicing in the context of family and community. (JAMA 1995;273(3):192)
Attitudes of personnel toward their patients, other professionals, toward the medical care system, etc.
Longitudinal patient-maintained records of individual health history and tools that allow individual control of access.
Sequential operating programs and data which instruct the functioning of a digital computer.
The application of computer and information sciences to improve dental practice, research, education and management.
Organized procedures for establishing patient identity, including use of bracelets, etc.
Compilations of data on hospital activities and programs; excludes patient medical records.
Studies used to test etiologic hypotheses in which inferences about an exposure to putative causal factors are derived from data relating to characteristics of persons under study or to events or experiences in their past. The essential feature is that some of the persons under study have the disease or outcome of interest and their characteristics are compared with those of unaffected persons.
Management of the acquisition, organization, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of information. (From Thesaurus of ERIC Descriptors, 1994)
Data collected during dental examination for the purpose of study, diagnosis, or treatment planning.
Predetermined sets of questions used to collect data - clinical data, social status, occupational group, etc. The term is often applied to a self-completed survey instrument.
The broad dissemination of new ideas, procedures, techniques, materials, and devices and the degree to which these are accepted and used.
A legal concept for individuals who are designated to act on behalf of persons who are considered incapable of acting in their own behalf, e.g., minors and persons found to be not mentally competent.
The room or rooms in which the physician and staff provide patient care. The offices include all rooms in the physician's office suite.
The study and practice of medicine by direct examination of the patient.
A specified list of terms with a fixed and unalterable meaning, and from which a selection is made when CATALOGING; ABSTRACTING AND INDEXING; or searching BOOKS; JOURNALS AS TOPIC; and other documents. The control is intended to avoid the scattering of related subjects under different headings (SUBJECT HEADINGS). The list may be altered or extended only by the publisher or issuing agency. (From Harrod's Librarians' Glossary, 7th ed, p163)
Process of teaching a person to interact and communicate with a computer.
Generating, planning, organizing, and administering medical and nursing care and services for patients.
The capacity of an organization, institution, or business to produce desired results with a minimum expenditure of energy, time, money, personnel, materiel, etc.
The sum total of nursing activities which includes assessment (identifying needs), intervention (ministering to needs), and evaluation (validating the effectiveness of the help given).
The field of information science concerned with the analysis and dissemination of medical data through the application of computers to various aspects of health care and medicine.
The commitment in writing, as authentic evidence, of something having legal importance. The concept includes certificates of birth, death, etc., as well as hospital, medical, and other institutional records.
Specifications and instructions applied to the software.
Hospital department responsible for the creating, care, storage and retrieval of medical records. It also provides statistical information for the medical and administrative staff.
Systems used to prompt or aid the memory. The systems can be computerized reminders, color coding, telephone calls, or devices such as letters and postcards.
Hospitals providing medical care to veterans of wars.
Individuals licensed to practice medicine.
The freedom of patients to review their own medical, genetic, or other health-related records.
Efforts to reduce risk, to address and reduce incidents and accidents that may negatively impact healthcare consumers.
Medical complexes consisting of medical school, hospitals, clinics, libraries, administrative facilities, etc.
Information systems, usually computer-assisted, that enable providers to initiate medical procedures, prescribe medications, etc. These systems support medical decision-making and error-reduction during patient care.
Organized systems for providing comprehensive prepaid health care that have five basic attributes: (1) provide care in a defined geographic area; (2) provide or ensure delivery of an agreed-upon set of basic and supplemental health maintenance and treatment services; (3) provide care to a voluntarily enrolled group of persons; (4) require their enrollees to use the services of designated providers; and (5) receive reimbursement through a predetermined, fixed, periodic prepayment made by the enrollee without regard to the degree of services provided. (From Facts on File Dictionary of Health Care Management, 1988)
Introduction of changes which are new to the organization and are created by management.
Systematic organization, storage, retrieval, and dissemination of specialized information, especially of a scientific or technical nature (From ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983). It often involves authenticating or validating information.
A cabinet department in the Executive Branch of the United States Government concerned with overall planning, promoting, and administering programs pertaining to VETERANS. It was established March 15, 1989 as a Cabinet-level position.
Systematic gathering of data for a particular purpose from various sources, including questionnaires, interviews, observation, existing records, and electronic devices. The process is usually preliminary to statistical analysis of the data.
A type of MICROCOMPUTER, sometimes called a personal digital assistant, that is very small and portable and fitting in a hand. They are convenient to use in clinical and other field situations for quick data management. They usually require docking with MICROCOMPUTERS for updates.
The levels of excellence which characterize the health service or health care provided based on accepted standards of quality.
The terms, expressions, designations, or symbols used in a particular science, discipline, or specialized subject area.
Customer satisfaction or dissatisfaction with a benefit or service received.
A medical specialty concerned with maintaining health and providing medical care to children from birth to adolescence.
Descriptions and evaluations of specific health care organizations.
Laboratory and other services provided to patients at the bedside. These include diagnostic and laboratory testing using automated information entry.
Organized collections of computer records, standardized in format and content, that are stored in any of a variety of computer-readable modes. They are the basic sets of data from which computer-readable files are created. (from ALA Glossary of Library and Information Science, 1983)
A loose confederation of computer communication networks around the world. The networks that make up the Internet are connected through several backbone networks. The Internet grew out of the US Government ARPAnet project and was designed to facilitate information exchange.
Patterns of practice related to diagnosis and treatment as especially influenced by cost of the service requested and provided.
Organized services in a hospital which provide medical care on an outpatient basis.
Extensive collections, reputedly complete, of facts and data garnered from material of a specialized subject area and made available for analysis and application. The collection can be automated by various contemporary methods for retrieval. The concept should be differentiated from DATABASES, BIBLIOGRAPHIC which is restricted to collections of bibliographic references.
Health care services provided to patients on an ambulatory basis, rather than by admission to a hospital or other health care facility. The services may be a part of a hospital, augmenting its inpatient services, or may be provided at a free-standing facility.
The concept concerned with all aspects of providing and distributing health services to a patient population.
Health services, public or private, in rural areas. The services include the promotion of health and the delivery of health care.
A medical specialty concerned with the provision of continuing, comprehensive primary health care for the entire family.
An aspect of personal behavior or lifestyle, environmental exposure, or inborn or inherited characteristic, which, on the basis of epidemiologic evidence, is known to be associated with a health-related condition considered important to prevent.

Dictated versus database-generated discharge summaries: a randomized clinical trial. (1/2705)

BACKGROUND: Hospital discharge summaries communicate information necessary for continuing patient care. They are most commonly generated by voice dictation and are often of poor quality. The objective of this study was to compare discharge summaries created by voice dictation with those generated from a clinical database. METHODS: A randomized clinical trial was performed in which discharge summaries for patients discharged from a general internal medicine service at a tertiary care teaching hospital in Ottawa were created by voice dictation (151 patients) or from a database (142 patients). Patients had been admitted between September 1996 and June 1997. The trial was preceded by a baseline cohort study in which all summaries were created by dictation. For the database group, information on forms completed by housestaff was entered into a database and collated into a discharge summary. For the dictation group, housestaff dictated narrative letters. The proportion of patients for whom a summary was generated within 4 weeks of discharge was recorded. Physicians receiving the summary rated its quality, completeness, organization and timeliness on a 100-mm visual analogue scale. Housestaff preference was also determined. RESULTS: Patients in the database group and the dictation group were similar. A summary was much more likely to be generated within 4 weeks of discharge for patients in the database group than for those in the dictation group (113 [79.6%] v. 86 [57.0%]; p < 0.001). Summary quality was similar (mean rating 72.7 [standard deviation (SD) 19.3] v. 74.9 [SD 16.6]), as were assessments of completeness (73.4 [SD 19.8] v. 78.2 [SD 14.9]), organization (77.4 [SD 16.3] v. 79.3 [SD 17.2]) and timeliness (70.3 [SD 21.9] v. 66.2 [SD 25.6]). Many information items of interest were more likely to be included in the database-generated summaries. The database system created summaries faster and was preferred by housestaff. Dictated summaries in the baseline and randomized studies were similar, which indicated that the control group was not substantially different from the baseline cohort. INTERPRETATION: The database system significantly increased the likelihood that a discharge summary was created. Housestaff preferred the database system for summary generation. Physicians thought that the quality of summaries generated by the 2 methods was similar. The use of computer databases to create hospital discharge summaries is promising and merits further study and refinement.  (+info)

Record-linkage for pharmacovigilance in Scotland. (2/2705)

Record-linkage is the linkage of patient-specific information that is stored separately. Recent advances in computerization have meant that record-linkage techniques in medical research are increasingly being used and refined. In particular, they have made a significant contribution to pharmacovigilance, which involves linking drug exposure to outcomes data. In this article, the contribution of record-linkage in Scotland to medical research is described. The two organizations that utilize record-linkage techniques are the Medicines Monitoring Unit (MEMO) of the University of Dundee and the Information and Statistics Division (ISD) of the NHS in Scotland. Pharmacovigilance is MEMO's main concern (using data from the Tayside region of Scotland), while ISD link health care datasets for Scotland for general health care research. The experience of the two groups is now being combined to carry out drug safety studies in the entire population of Scotland.  (+info)

Measuring the effects of reminders for outpatient influenza immunizations at the point of clinical opportunity. (3/2705)

OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the influence of computer-based reminders about influenza vaccination on the behavior of individual clinicians at each clinical opportunity. DESIGN: The authors conducted a prospective study of clinicians' influenza vaccination behavior over four years. Approximately one half of the clinicians in an internal medicine clinic used a computer-based patient record system (CPR users) that generated computer-based reminders. The other clinicians used traditional paper records (PR users). MEASUREMENTS: Each nonacute visit by a patient eligible for an influenza vaccination was considered an opportunity for intervention. Patients who had contraindications for vaccination were excluded. Compliance with the guideline was defined as documentation that a clinician ordered the vaccine, counseled the patient about the vaccine, offered the vaccine to a patient who declined it, or verified that the patient had received the vaccine elsewhere. The authors calculated the proportion of opportunities on which each clinician documented action in the CPR and PR user groups. RESULTS: The CPR and PR user groups had different baseline compliance rates (40.1 and 27.9 per cent, respectively; P<0.05). Both rates remained stable during a two-year baseline period (P = 0.34 and P = 0.47, respectively). The compliance rates in the CPR user group increased 78 per cent from baseline (P<0.001), whereas the rates for the PR user group did not change significantly (P = 0.18). CONCLUSIONS: Clinicians who used a CPR with reminders had higher rates of documentation of compliance with influenza-vaccination guidelines than did those who used a paper record. Measurements of individual clinician behavior at the point of each clinical opportunity can provide precise evaluation of interventions that are designed to improve compliance with guidelines.  (+info)

The limited use of digital ink in the private-sector primary care physician's office. (4/2705)

Two of the greatest obstacles to the implementation of the standardized electronic medical record are physician and staff acceptance and the development of a complete standardized medical vocabulary. Physicians have found the familiar desktop computer environment cumbersome in the examination room and the coding and hierarchic structure of existing vocabulary inadequate. The author recommends the use of digital ink, the graphic form of the pen computer, in telephone messaging and as a supplement in the examination room encounter note. A key concept in this paper is that the development of a standard electronic medical record cannot occur without the thorough evaluation of the office environment and physicians' concerns. This approach reveals a role for digital ink in telephone messaging and as a supplement to the encounter note. It is hoped that the utilization of digital ink will foster greater physician participation in the development of the electronic medical record.  (+info)

General practice registration networks in the Netherlands: a brief report. (5/2705)

In the Netherlands, several general practice registrations exist. Groups of general practitioners register elements of patient care according to agreed-upon criteria, and these data are collected in a central database. By means of a questionnaire the authors interviewed the managers of all nine computerized registration networks extensively about the possibilities and limitations of their registration. In addition, respondents answered some questions with data from the central database of their network. Various items are collected by nearly all the registration networks, while other items are collected by only one network. Answering questions with data from the central database turned out to be difficult. Organization and manpower are the main obstacles.  (+info)

Using a multidisciplinary automated discharge summary process to improve information management across the system. (6/2705)

We developed and implemented an automated discharge summary process in a regional integrated managed health system. This multidisciplinary effort was initiated to correct deficits in patients' medical record documentation involving discharge instructions, follow-up care, discharge medications, and patient education. The results of our team effort included an automated summary that compiles data entered via computer pathways during a patient's hospitalization. All information regarding admission medications, patient education, follow-up care, referral at discharge activities, diagnosis, and other pertinent medical events are formulated into the discharge summary, discharge orders, patient discharge instructions, and transfer information as applicable. This communication process has tremendously enhanced information management across the system and helps us maintain complete and thorough documentation in patient records.  (+info)

Improving clinician acceptance and use of computerized documentation of coded diagnosis. (7/2705)

After the Northwest Division of Kaiser Permanente implemented EpicCare, a comprehensive electronic medical record, clinicians were required to directly document orders and diagnoses on this computerized system, a task they found difficult and time consuming. We analyzed the sources of this problem to improve the process and increase its acceptance by clinicians. One problem was the use of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD-9) as our coding scheme, even though ICD-9 is not a complete nomenclature of diseases and using it as such creates difficulties. In addition, the synonym list we used had some inaccurate associations, contributing to clinician frustration. Furthermore, the initial software program contained no adequate mechanism for adding qualifying comments or preferred terminology. We sought to address all these issues. Strategies included adjusting the available coding choices and descriptions and modifying the medical record software. In addition, the software vendor developed a utility that allows clinicians to replace the ICD-9 description with their own preferred terminology while preserving the ICD-9 code. We present an evaluation of this utility.  (+info)

The validity and usage of resource utilization data among a group of primary care physicians. (8/2705)

The use of individual resource utilization scores to compare primary care physicians (PCPs) has become more commonplace as managed care organizations (MCOs) increase their penetration into the US healthcare market. This study looks at the validity and usage of these scores among a group of PCPs within a multispecialty clinic that is part of an integrated managed care network. Personal interviews were conducted with PCPs; and reviews were done of the practice site paper charts, the computerized visit record system of the clinic and affiliated hospital, and the MCO-supplied resource utilization data on the 25 patients of each PCP on whom the most healthcare dollars were spent in 1995. As of October 1996, few PCPs had done more than a cursory review of their resource utilization data. None had identified the patients who use the most resources or developed any methods to proactively manage those patients with a history of high utilization. The clinic's communication systems alerted the PCPs less than 50% of the time when patients for whom they were responsible had high utilization of services. Patients appeared to be assigned to the incorrect PCP more than 20% of the time. All players in this managed care network--PCPs, clinic administration, and the MCO--must work together to improve the current system before resource utilization data are considered valid and are incorporated more fully into clinical practice.  (+info)

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Background: In 2006, we were funded by the US National Institutes of Health to implement a study of tuberculosis epidemiology in Peru. The study required a secure information system to manage data from a target goal of 16,000 subjects who needed to be followed for at least one year. With previous experience in the development and deployment of web-based medical record systems for TB treatment in Peru, we chose to use the OpenMRS open source electronic medical record system platform to develop the study information system. Supported by a core technical and management team and a large and growing worldwide community, OpenMRS is now being used in more than 40 developing countries. We adapted the OpenMRS platform to better support foreign languages. We added a new module to support double data entry, linkage to an existing laboratory information system, automatic upload of GPS data from handheld devices, and better security and auditing of data changes. We added new reports for study managers, and ...
SAN MATEO, CA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/07/14 -- Clarizen, the leader in enterprise work collaboration software, today announced Alder Hey Childrens Hospital has increased their productivity, performance and transparency by implementing Clarizen v6. As one of the largest childrens hospitals in the United Kingdom and Europe, Alder Hey has set a new standard for how projects should be run. Alder Hey is one of Europes largest childrens hospitals, caring for over 270,000 childrens outpatient appointments each year. Alder Hey leads research into childrens medicine, infection, inflammation and oncology. As part of its commitment to innovation, six months ago the hospital decided to implement a new electronic health record system. The project will create a central Electronic Patient Record across the hospital and community services. Since the introduction of Clarizen, Alder Hey has greatly reduced the overhead required to plan and track actions associated with the new electronic health record system ...
The wireless Web project keynotes an information strategy based on extending application reach throughout an integrated healthcare delivery network that is one of the largest in the Northeast. Partners HealthCare System includes Massachusetts General Hospital, Brigham and Womens Hospital, Northshore Medical Center, Faulkner Hospital, Newton-Wellesley Hospital, Spaulding Rehabilitation Hospital, McLean Hospital and an oncology joint venture with Dana Farber Cancer Institute. CACHÉ is used in many clinical applications at Partners HealthCare, particularly those that require high performance and scalability.. Our strategy is to provide primary care physicians throughout our healthcare delivery network with secure, fast, convenient access to the information resources needed to ensure optimal care delivery, says John Glaser, Partners HealthCare CIO. CACHÉ is uniquely capable of enabling the fast, reliable response needed for delivering critical information on a 7X24 basis, as well as the ...
Massachusetts Eye and Ear and Partners HealthCare announced today that both organizations have agreed upon a letter of intent for Mass. Eye and Ear to formally become a member of Partners HealthCare.
Putrajaya will incur up to RM1.5 billion to fully implement an electronic medical record (EMR) system in all government hospitals and clinics in Malaysia over the next five years. Speaking to reporters at the Parliament lobby today, Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr Dzulkefly Ahmad said the open tender for the project is expected to be announced within this year.
A computerized method for associating one or more portions of a diagnostic image with one or more electronic records is provided. The method includes receiving a diagnostic image having data particular to at least two persons and associating a first portion of the diagnostic image with an electronic record. The method may further include storing the first portion of the diagnostic image with the electronic record and/or associating and storing a common portion of the diagnostic image with the electronic record, the common portion consisting of data common to each person whose data is shown on the image. In one embodiment, the method may further include modifying the received diagnostic image and associating and storing the modified image with an electronic record. A computer system for associating at least a portion of a diagnostic image with an electronic record is also provided.
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Not surprisingly, these same factors are also prerequisites for effective computer-based patient record systems.. 4.2 Communication. Whether it be through written text, video, radio, e-mail, telephone hotlines, clearinghouses, or other information resources, communication is the sine qua non for informing, educating, and empowering people about public health problems and health issues in general. The targets for public health communications are quite diverse. For example, consumers need to know about personal behaviors that pose risks to health, and where to find services that can support difficult changes in lifestyle. Potential communicable disease contacts need to be informed about risks so that they can seek out diagnosis and treatment. Practitioners need to be alerted to emerging infectious and environmental threats to health so that they can target preventive, diagnostic, and therapeutic services. And the media needs to learn about health problems in the community so that they, in turn, ...
Using a pen to control the cursor within electronic medical record software is fast and easy. Your eye guides your hand and pen to the precise point on the screen where you want to go. The electronic pen is a much more natural and intuitive method to operate your software than a mouse or a track pad. The technologies inside Wacom pens are advanced, but the use is as natural as writing with a pen on paper.. Wacom pen displays, when combined with software that adds drawing capabilities to your electronic medical record system, allows doctors a natural way to draw diagrams, make handwritten notes, and annotate directly into the patient record.. Drawing and writing with the pen directly on the Wacom screen is like drawing on a traditional paper chart. Updates are quick and efficient. Since the information is all digital, doctors can be consulted remotely to offer their expert advice by viewing the digital records. Electronic medical records can also be sent directly to pharmacies for quick filling ...
Danville, Pa.-based Geisinger Health System, San Francisco-based Dignity Health and Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine will be among the first 12 hospitals nationwide to pilot Apples medical records system, The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.
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Partners HealthCare offers various ways for patients to find the care they are seeking and stay up-to-date with their own health records via an online
Cancer cells may give traditional chemotherapies short shrift, but the targeted nanoparticle therapies known as Accurins-developed by BIND Therapeutics, the brainchild of Partners HealthCare innovator Omid Farokhzad, MD, and MIT legend Robert Langer, ScD-promise to pack a stronger, more targeted, and more sustained punch. Accurins were the first targeted nanoparticles with controlled release of the drug to enter human clinical trials, says Dr. Farokhzad, a physician-scientist in the Department of Anesthesiology at Brigham and Womens Hospital (BWH) and Director of the BWH Laboratory of Nanomedicine and Biomaterials. BINDs leading drug candidate, BIND-014, is currently in Phase II clinical trials for two devastating and intractable diseases: non-small cell lung cancer and castration-resistant prostate cancer. The polymeric nanoparticles envelop drugs with a dynamic coating that targets the therapeutic payload to specific cells while bypassing healthy tissue, an attractive alternative to ...
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Partners HealthCare and Illumina, Inc. (NASDAQ:ILMN) today announced the GeneInsight-Illumina Founding Network Members, including the ARUP Laboratories, Mount Sinai Genetic Testing Laboratory, New York Genome Center......ILMN
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Should Marks list of fast-track public investments for President Obamas Hundred Days include a start on the national electronic medical records system?. At first sight, no.. The main lesson from the near-fiasco in England is that you have to plan it right and get stakeholders on board. According the British National Audit Office, the cost of the programme is now under control. This has stabilised at £12.7bn in 2004 prices, but full implementation has slipped to 2014.. A close look at the NAO report suggests a more complicated picture. The main delay is in rolling out the core local medical records systems for GPs and hospitals. One key software suite had not yet been delivered by mid-2008. The US will presumably adopt a more decentralised approach based on common standards and software certification, which will take even more planning and consultation. It doesnt make sense to throw money at records systems until you have the standards in place.. But other parts of the English NHS project ...
Disposal of medical records. An efficient records management system should include arrangements for archiving or destroying dormant records in order to make space available for new records, particularly in the case of paper records. Records held electronically are covered by the Electronic Communications and Transactions Act, which specifies that personal information must be deleted or destroyed when it becomes obsolete.. A policy for disposal of records should include clear guidelines on record retention and procedures for identifying records due for disposal. The records should be examined first to ensure that they are suitable for disposal and an authority to dispose should be signed by a designated member of staff.. The records must be stored or destroyed in a safe, secure manner. If records are to be destroyed, paper records should be shredded or incinerated. CDs, DVDs, hard disks and other forms of electronic storage should be overwritten with random data or physically destroyed.. Be wary ...
There are more than 5,300 hospitals around the country, and many more internationally, that are working to integrate varying levels of EMR systems and associated clinical technologies, said Mike Minear, chief information officer for UC Davis Health System. For UC Davis to be in the top 1.8 percent is amazing. Its not possible to reach the Stage 7 level of EMR adoption without all of our clinicians and supporting teams working together, and effectively using advanced technology to help deliver the best in patient care. HIMSS Analytics developed its EMR Adoption Model as a way of evaluating the progress and effectiveness of electronic medical record systems for hospitals. The 8 stages (0 through 7) measure a hospitals implementation and utilization of information-technology applications to support clinical care. Stage 7represents an advanced patient-record environment, and to validate it requires a site visit by HIMSS officials, which took place in earlier this month.. Stage 7 involves 139 ...
In this era of ubiquitous information, patient record exchange among hospitals still has technological and individual barriers including resistance to information sharing. Most research on user attitudes has been limited to one type of user or aspect. Because few analyses of attitudes toward electronic patient records (EPRs) have been conducted, understanding the attitudes among different users in multiple aspects is crucial to user acceptance. This proof-of-concept study investigated the attitudes of users toward the inter-hospital EPR exchange system implemented nationwide and focused on discrepant behavioral intentions among three user groups. The system was designed by combining a Health Level 7-based protocol, object-relational mapping, and other medical informatics techniques to ensure interoperability in realizing patient-centered practices. After implementation, three user-specific questionnaires for physicians, medical record staff, and patients were administered, with a 70 % response rate. The
So assuming your England GP had electronic records, I would imagine the scenario that data is entered to say you are leaving, and if where you go to can claim you and also uses GP2GP then they get your e-history, with some caveats, for example: Pathology results more than one year old, that remain unfiled or unactioned, are not transmitted in the GP2GP record transfer. The clinical responsibility still remains with the previous practice.. Any paper records transfer would still work I imagine, as it did. But you would be best asking your practice(s) since there can be a number of different scenarios, for your own particular situation.. theotherrob: assuming this is for paper records if you have permanently left the UK, your GP health records will be sent to your NHS England Local Area Team and your hospital records will either be stored at the hospital that you attended or sent to a local archive. Following treatment, hospital records are kept for a minimum of eight years and GP records for a ...
Proponents of EMRs say they make it easier for doctors to communicate with patients and with one another. The records are also supposed to cut down on medical errors by doing things like providing warnings about medication allergies.. Dr. Cebul acknowledged that his study didnt prove that electronic records directly improved patient care; other factors could explain the difference. Its possible, for instance, that the clinics with paper records simply provided worse care in general -- their decision to not move to electronic records could be a sign that theyre behind the times in other ways.. And clinics often failed to fully follow guidelines about care for people with diabetes even when they used electronic records.. ...
If you use -- or are considering -- an electronic medical record system, you do not want to miss these risk-reduction strategies.
Looking for a Good Electronic Medical Records System? [Computers] The article includes a list of EMR (electronic medical record) features that potential buyers can use when deciding what kind of EMR to purchase. The article also provides information on conducting a needs assessment so that physician practices can choose an EMR system that most closely matches their requirements.. ...
AUTOMATED DIGITIZING SYSTEM FOR SEISMOLOGICAL PAPER RECORDS PROCESSING is intended to digitize photographic and other paper seismograms, and to convert this data into standard files of CSS 2.8 format. Photo and paper records are to be scanned previously into PCX-format files. Other output format may be added if requested. Source information: PCX-file of multichannel seismogram ...
How does the paper chart office handle these tasks? In all but the smallest practices these tasks are each handled by different individuals. Every step requires access to the paper chart, which can only be in one place at a time. The chart wont be available to anyone for at least 24 hours until the transcription comes back and is filed. The paper chart office must therefore accept the slowness and inefficiency of sequential processing. Workflow is defined by stacks of paper charts - stacks waiting for transcription, stacks waiting for labs, waiting for scheduling, etc. And if the patient scheduled for surgery calls with a question…what stack is the chart in? Will the chart find its way back to the right stack after the phone call is handled? Everyone competes with each other for access to the chart. Not only is the process slow and inefficient, it carries a high risk of workflow failure ...
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The Admissions Counselor is part of the multi-disciplinary treatment team and is responsible for completing the clinical admissions assessment for clients entering the recovery and perinatal programs at Janus. These duties include in-person, level-of-care assessments using the ASI, ASAM placement and motivational interviewing. The Admissions Counselor provides excellent customer service skills, accurately and efficiently completes intakes, assessments and administrative paperwork, including data entry into the AVATAR electronic medical record system and works with persons impaired by substance use disorders with or without co-occurring mental or physical health issues. This is a full-time position with full benefits.. Essential Duties and Responsibilities:. ...
We just went to a new electronic medical record system a few months ago. It feels like Micros**t is already running things. The company is Cerner, apparently the leading EMR company. The system is nonintuitive... things that seem like would make sense dont. There is a nice graphing function. However, it doesnt require you to use the same units consistently. My pts temperature keeps swinging from 98.6 to 36.5 and back. You cannot personalize the drug interaction system, so that everyone always sees the same alerts, whether they are aware of them or not. What results is alert fatigue, so that you quickly dismiss the redundant alerts, possibly breezing past important ones you were unaware of ...
An obvious way to increase a groups income is to see more patients. But as practices reopen, some patients may have gone to other physicians or opted to forgo nonemergent services. All offices have an inventory of charts from patients who have not been seen at the practice recently, Zaenger said. Staff should follow up with these patients to make appointments or at least to stay connected. How many orthopedic doctors call parents of kids who had a fractured forearm to see how they are doing? he asked. This is a great time to build goodwill and add to physician presence. In addition, practices should review referral networks and touch base with physicians who had been a regular source of referrals. Many electronic medical record systems track who is sending patients to a practice. Practices that find out providers who used to give referrals are not doing so any longer should call those providers to let them know they are still taking new patients, Zaenger said. Administrative staff can also ...
An IT network failure at a Florida health system put the organizations $80 million Epic electronic medical record system down for the count this past week. The outage, officials reported, lasted nearly two days.
This report includes two feasibility studies for possible national glaucoma audits based on data collected using electronic medical record systems (EMR) as part…
The most exciting class I took at Plattsburgh was Med-Surg (I and II). I really enjoyed this class. Ideas and systems began to click and make more sense to me. I remember feeling like I was really getting into nursing and started to become really passionate about the profession. I loved the clinical portion of the class as well.. Throughout the program I loved the class size and the professor-student interaction. The program is well thought-out and put together. It is established in a fashion that is helpful and encouraging, yet challenging, allowing you to prepare for a career in nursing. The professors are always available and encourage one-on-one time. Each professor I had played a role in preparing me for exactly what I was going to experience outside of the classroom.. During my leadership and management clinical I was able to do research for a local hospital, dealing with the improvement and establishment of an electronic medical record system they were initiating. It was exciting to be ...
Nurses at Smilow Cancer Hospital leveraged their electronic medical record system to improve care and management of patients receiving immunotherapies.
Our electronic medical records system allows each team member access to an accurate, up-to-the minute health profile for each resident.. Our collaborative and interdisciplinary approach to healing along with dedicated team members, inspire progressive thinking moving us forward while we maintain the principals of quality care and compassion that are the foundation of SNRC.. We invite you to come in and tour our facility and experience the warmth and friendliness that comes with dedication and outstanding commitment.. ...
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Fewer than one in five U.S. physicians use electronic medical records (EMRs) to track their patients histories, even though such products offer benefits to stakeholders all along the healthcare delivery chain. According to the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), a national health information network could save $140 billion per year by improving care and reducing costs.
Only two studies described complete electronic test management systems3 20 where tests were ordered on-line and results reported electronically with no paper used. The rate of missed results was high in both these studies, although it could be argued that the technology made the problem more explicit and easier to measure. Rates were also high in hospitals which used entirely paper-based systems4 36 and in those which used a mixture of paper and electronic systems.32 35 There was no evidence of any link between the system used and the extent of missed test results. Other studies have shown that the use of hybrid paper and electronic clinical information systems is associated with errors and duplications, with complete electronic systems showing fewer errors.13 41 A study of outpatient test results reported that the use of a partial electronic medical record (paper-based progress notes and electronic test results or vice versa) was associated with higher rates of failure to inform patients of ...
Partners HealthCare maintains a Patient Data Registry (PDR) with information from all patient encounters at Partners HealthCare facilities. We intend to utilize the PDR to identify groups of patient who are of high clinical suspicion for undiagnosed Gaucher disease. A group of potential participants will be identified through the PDR. Detailed records will be requested to further narrow to ideal participants based upon previously existing diagnoses and symptoms. Participants will be invited to partake in the study via a letter from their Partners care provider with supporting study details. Study participants will be evaluated in a one-time visit. A complete family and medical history will be collected. A physical exam will be performed, and up to 20cc of blood will be drawn. All participants will be notified of their disease status via letter and phone call from the study staff. If the study participant is diagnosed with GD through this evaluation, proper follow-up recommendations and referrals ...
This puts the information into a dashboard type approach, and reminds providers of what patients need to know, said Deery. Providers can cross reference with other patients or notify all patients in a high-risk group of a new medication. Thats very hard to do with paper records ...
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A feature rich Open Source Core Electronic Medical Record for small medical providers developed with Plone/ Python/ Zope. Core EMR functionalities: Patient History, Past Visits, Rx, Health Maint., Allergies, Labs, Vitals, Notes, and Procedures. AKA EHR. A feature rich Open Source Core Electronic ... ...
The use of electronic health records cut the cost of outpatient care, including radiology, by 3 percent, compared with the use of paper records.
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TY - GEN. T1 - Analysis of metrics for the usability evaluation of electronic health record systems. AU - Kopanitsa, Georgy. AU - Tsvetkova, Zhanna. AU - Veseli, Hasan. PY - 2012. Y1 - 2012. N2 - Electronic health records are gradually replacing conventional paper-based health records. For a doctor, it is a working instrument, which can significantly reduce the time spent on paper work. At the same time, patients can benefit from accessing the electronic health records even though they usually do not have a medical background. Therefore, when specifying a graphical user interface (GUI) it is necessary to take into account the requirements of the different users: e.g. the functionality for the doctors and the presentation of data in an understandable manner for the patients. The study aims to review and analyze metrics used to evaluate the usability of user interfaces in health information systems. A literature review was performed to identify existing metrics. The scope of the search included ...
Sites listed here relate to structure, concepts and methodologies. An Electronic Health Record Architectures (EHRA) is an information model or framework for the construction of electronic health records. It has been defined by the European Standards Committee (CEN). An EHR Architecture is a model of the generic features necessary in any electronic healthcare record in order that the record may be communicable, complete, a useful and effective ethico-legal record of care, and may retain integrity across systems, countries, and time. The Architecture does not prescribe or dictate what anyone stores in their healthcare records. Nor does it prescribe or dictate how any electronic healthcare record system is implemented. It places no restrictions on the types of data which can appear in the record, including those which have no counterpart in paper records. From Viewed 22/12/2003
TY - JOUR. T1 - Evidence for electronic health record systems in physical therapy. AU - Vreeman, Daniel J.. AU - Taggard, Samuel L.. AU - Rhine, Michael D.. AU - Worrell, Teddy W.. PY - 2006/3. Y1 - 2006/3. N2 - With increasing pressures to better manage clinical information, we investigated the role of electronic health record (EHR) systems in physical therapist practice through a critical review of the literature. We reviewed studies that met our predefined criteria after independent review by 3 authors. The investigators in all of the reviewed studies reported benefits, including improved reporting, operational efficiency, interdepartmental communication, data accuracy, and capability for future research. In 7 studies, the investigators reported barriers, including challenges with behavior modification, equipment inadequacy, and training. The investigators in all studies reported key success factors, including end-user participation, adequate training, workflow analysis, and data ...
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Sydney, Australia - February 18, 2008 - InterSystems today announced that Raffles Medical Group in Singapore has selected the TrakCare Web-based healthcare information system to create an integrated solution with a shared electronic patient record spanning more than 60 general practice clinics, associated specialist clinics and Raffles Hospital.. TrakCare replaces and consolidates information from three existing patient administration systems - used by Raffles Medical Group for the general practice, specialist and hospital divisions - and will promote better continuity of care for patients. The new shared electronic patient record will also promote efficiency and improved levels of care and provide a platform for growth.. TrakCare also adds a range of new functions based on a shared electronic patient record, replacing paper-based medical records in most cases. This will allow Raffles Medical Group to provide healthcare services more efficiently while increasing the level of care it offers ...
Principles of electronic health records and information systems theory and life cycle. Course work covers development, implementation, and management of electronic health records (EHR) systems, including the following topics: challenges to EHR adoption; EHR goal setting and impact on quality; strategic planning for the EHR migration path; health care process assessment; assessment of functional needs, data infrastructure, and information technology and systems infrastructure; analysis of return on investment for EHR expenditures; EHR selection and contract negotiation; EHR project management; EHR system implementation and ongoing maintenance; acute care EHR applications; and the growing momentum toward health information exchange. 3 Credits (3 Lecture) Prerequisite(s): HIT310. As needed.. ...
HL7 is an organization that was founded in 1987 to set international standards for how health information is exchanged between information systems. It expanded its scope beyond data interchange to include specifications for EHR system functions through its Electronic Health Record Technical Committee. The Electronic Health Record Technical Committee, which was founded in 2001, published its first balloted standard for EHR system functions in 2004.34 This standard is being used as the basis for the EHR system certification process specified by the federal Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (created by Executive Order 13335, April 28, 2004, and authorized by Congress [FR Doc No. 05-16446, Filed August 18, 2005]). The purpose of certification is to set a minimum level of functionality that EHR systems will have to meet to qualify for special treatment, such as participation in pay-for-performance programs.35,36 By contract with the Office of the National ...
The Mohawk Valley Health System is moving toward a single electronic health record to replace the five it currently uses. A single electronic health record will let its health care providers see medical records and test results from other health care providers. At the moment, the clashing records can interfere with the goal of providing patients a seamless transition as they move between hospitals, primary care doctor offices, specialist practices and different medical testing services.
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The MHS GENESIS system went live at four more sites this weekend, teeing up the second major test for the Defense Departments new health records system.
The Rise of Electronic Health Record Adoption Among Family Physicians. Imam M. Xierali , and colleagues Background Electronic health records (EHRs) are generally expected to improve the quality of health care, lower health care costs, and provide patients with more involvement in their own health care. Achieving these benefits, however, depends on clinicians use of the technology. This study estimates uptake of EHRs by US family physicians and other outpatient doctors, and looks at EHR adoption by state. What This Study Found Adoption of electronic health records by family physicians has doubled since 2005, reaching 68 percent nationally in 2011. Family physicians are adopting electronic health records at a higher rate than other office-based physicians and are likely to exceed 80 percent penetration by 2013 if the current trend continues. State-level analysis, however, indicates significant variation in EHR adoption, from a low of 44 percent in North Carolina to a high of 88 percent in Hawaii, ...
Deadline May 12, 2017. April 18, 2017. The Leeds, Grenville & Lanark District Health Unit (LGLDHU) is currently seeking a consultant (s) to assist with the selection of an electronic medical record system for the Health Unit clinical services.. Clinic Services. The Health Units current client record system is paper based. Client records for sexual health, breastfeeding clinic and the needle syringe program are stored at each of the health units six sites that provide the service. Over the past few years we average approximately 6100 clients between these 3 programs. Client records can be from 1 single encounter to multiple encounters over a number of years. Clients can be registered with their full name or a client number. Clients can move between sites so there is the potential to have multiple charts. The content of a client record can vary typically can include a client health history, assessment form, progress note, medication/dispensing record. Oral contraceptives and equipment from our ...
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Moving to end years of studies and patchwork software fixes, the VA Secretary announced on Monday that the Department of Veterans Affairs will start using a commercial platform for electronic health records that is already used by the Pentagon, all to ensure complete and accurate data in the VA heal...
Is it really possible to go paperless? How can I turn all this junk into a digital record? And why should I even bother?. The fact is that it is possible to create a completely paperless dental record. And going paperless can save you tens of thousands of dollars. Having a paperless record includes digital radiography one of the most exciting and fastest growing technologies in dentistry. And finally where the heck do you put this stuff? Many dentists just assume there is no room for a computer or they stuff it somewhere between the sink and the glove dispenser … then wonder why it doesnt work very well.. Three ways we can help you go Paperless. Technology Guides. The very best from my past articles and seminars combined with the latest information to create these comprehensive step by step Technology Guides. Each one includes; basic philosophies, budgets, buying guides, examples, photos and diagrams all delivered in a fun and easy to understand style.. Available here as a download for ...
Provided are a system and method for efficiently creating patient health records with help of expert clinical decision support. The system and method also ensures the doctors documentation and diagnosis comply with the government healthcare quality measures.
This statewide, retrospective cross-sectional study identified longer than expected length of stay for urgent surgical procedures on the weekend compared to weekdays. Hospitals with electronic operating room scheduling and electronic bed management systems were less likely to demonstrate the weekend effect. These results suggest that health information technology can be employed to mitigate the weekend effect.
Garberville CA health system will partner with Healthland for its Centriq inpatient, financial, ambulatory and emergency department suite of solutions. Minneapolis, Minn. - January 21, 2015 - Hospital information technology provider Healthland has been chosen by the Southern Humboldt Community Healthcare District and its Jerold Phelps Community Hospital as their partner for a major financial Read More ». ...
Why am I required to fill out these forms for REC? Why dont you have access to my information that the Dr. already has? Raleigh Endoscopy Centers are not affiliated with the 5 practices that utilize our ASC and are not on the same EMR (electronic medical record) system. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) rules and IT security guidelines do not allow us access to your information on the practices EMR. This is also why we cannot accept the forms via email. Email is not an approved format for submitting PHI (Protected Health Information) unless the email has the ability to encrypt the data shared and most personal emails do not have this functionality.. I need to schedule/reschedule my appointment.. Please contact the office directly or follow-up with the physician that referred you. We have 23 physicians from 5 different GI practices who utilize our 3 centers.. See Our Physicians. What bill(s) will I encounter for my procedure? This will depend on a few ...
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The papers in this issue by Desai et al1 on use of electronic health records (EHRs) to form disease registries and Kahn et al2 regarding quality control in the EHR both discuss important and timely issues. Use of frameworks, strategies, and recommendations provided in these articles will go a long way toward improving the quality of EHR data for purposes ranging from local quality improvement to comparative studies and national population-based research.. This is clearly a case where the devil is in the details, as is well documented in examples provided in these articles. The data quality and checking issues and multiple decisions that need to be made in creating registries are paramount, because electronic data are not inherently better or worse than paper records. As often happens, debates have often focused on the overall advantages and disadvantages of EHR data, instead of on the important subissues discussed in these papers, such as the purpose for which the data are intended, whether ...
More than 100,000 health care providers are using electronic health records that meet federal standards and have benefitted from the Medicare and Medicaid Electronic Health Record (EHR) Incentive Programs, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) announced.
By Dana Olsen / Friday, March 2nd, 2012 / Central Coast Health Watch, Technology, Top Stories / Comments Off on Sansum deal paves way for NHR push into health care. Network Hardware Resale is tapping into a potentially lucrative new market as health care providers around the country make the switch to electronic records, and Sansum Clinic is among the computer equipment companys biggest customers. The two Santa Barbara businesses are teaming up to build a network for Sansum Clinics electronic health record system, which Read More →. Read More → ...
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As a medical professional, Dr. Niaz MD understands the time-cost of paper health records and their intrinsic room for error. Instead of relying solely on paper forms of documentation, he suggests doctor offices everywhere invest in electronic health records to optimize time and efficiency. Dr. Niaz MD is a healthcare professional with decades of experience providing dedicated healthcare that consistently exceeds patient expectations. Hes dedicated to upgrading his office equipment and experimenting with new breakthrough procedures to stay at the cutting edge of medicine. New technology like remote patient monitoring helps doctors connect with patients quickly and optimize the time they spend with them in their offices, says Dr. Niaz MD. Similarly, electronic health records can maximize the time doctors have available to spend with patients and make recalling health information simple and quick.. He notes that staying up-to-date with tech advances in the medical industry helps physicians ...
A new study found that doctors with computerized records are more likely to order tests. The study is another piece of evidence, among many, in the debate surrounding electronic health records. But that debate is really about the best way to adopt the technology, and at what pace - not whether moving from the paper records to the computer age makes sense.
What is Electronic Health Record or EHR? Its digitized health record that contains patients personal and medical information. Records can include screenings and tests results, records of illnesses, surgeries, electronic prescriptions, allergies, immunizations, family illness history etc. EHR can facilitate information from a variety of sources: doctors, clinics, home monitoring devices, and patients themselves. Software tools integrated into EHRs allow patients to participate in their own care and provide greater insights for doctors and healthcare providers.. Several trends influence healthcare landscape around the world. Aging of population, development of medical science, increased interest to healthy lifestyle - all this results in massive volumes of health-related information. It is mainly stored in paper-based and electronic records and is managed by both health services providers and patients.. Health records contain patients personal information, dates and results of screenings and ...
Kawamoto K, Jacobs J, Welch BM, Huser V, Paterno MD, Del Fiol G, Shields D, Strasberg HR, Haug PJ, Liu Z, Jenders RA, Rowed DW, Chertcoff D, Fehre K, Adlassnig KP, Curtis AC. Clinical information system services and capabilities desired for scalable, standards-based, service-oriented decision support: consensus assessment of the Health Level 7 clinical decision support Work Group. AMIA Annu Symp Proc. 2012; 2012:446-55 ...
OMAHONY, Don; WRIGHT, Graham; YOGESWARAN, Parimalarani and GOVERE, Frederick. Knowledge and attitudes of nurses in community health centres about electronic medical records. Curationis [online]. 2014, vol.37, n.1, pp.01-06. ISSN 2223-6279.. BACKGROUND: Nurses in primary healthcare record data for the monitoring and evaluation of diseases and services. Information and communications technology (ICT) can improve quality in healthcare by providing quality medical records. However, worldwide, the majority of health ICT projects have failed. Individual user acceptance is a crucial factor in successful ICT implementation. OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study is to explore nurses knowledge, attitudes and perceptions regarding ICT so as to inform the future implementation of electronic medical record (EMR) systems. METHODS: A qualitative design was used. Semi-structured interviews were undertaken with nurses at three community health centres (CHCs) in the King Sabata Dalyindyebo Local Municipality. The ...
Differences in Electronic Medical Record Implementation and Use According to Geographical Location and Organizational Characteristics of US Federally Qualified Health Centers: 10.4018/jhisi.2012070101: Electronic medical records (EMRs) are at the forefront of the national healthcare agenda and this paper examines EMR implementation and usage based on data
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Podcast: Play in new window , Download. Some physicians describe it as a disaster waiting to happen. Health care reform is forcing hospitals to adopt new technology, which is time-consuming for doctors to learn and slows them down while making rounds. At the same time, a record number of new patients are gaining access to health insurance for the first time. The result… the potential for an unprecedected bottleneck of patients.. Enter the scribes.. As more and more hospitals make the transition from paper records to computerized electronic medical records, they are also hiring college students to follow doctors and enter patient data into a laptop.. The health care reform legislation passed last year set aside nearly thirty billion dollars over ten years to encourage hospitals to ditch paper charts and use electronic medical records. Those who fail to make the switch will get their reimbursements from Medicare and Medicaid slashed by as much as ten percent.. But docs say their productivity ...
The Department of Health & Human Services Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology (ONC) released a data brief titled Electronic Health Record Adoption and Interoperability among U.S. Skilled Nursing Facilities in 2017. The brief examines the state of health IT use among home health agencies (HHAs) and skilled nursing facilities (SNFs) in 2017. Specifically, it presents key measures on electronic health record (EHR) adoption and interoperability from nationally representative surveys of SNFs and HHAs and describes variations in interoperability and the extent to which these facilities have information electronically available at the point of care.. High level findings include:. ...
The Department of Defense (DOD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) share a common mission to support a lifetime of high-quality health care for Service members, Veterans and their families. In support of this mission, the Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM) program office, chartered in December 2019, works closely with DOD, VA and other partners to implement a single, common electronic health record (EHR) that enhances patient care and provider effectiveness, wherever care is provided. An EHR is software used to securely document, store, retrieve, share and analyze information about individual patient care. It enables a digital version of a patients health record. A single, common EHR means DOD, VA and other partners will be able to document care from the time a Service member enters the military through their care as a Veteran in one, complete patient health record. This record will be accessible to DOD, VA and private sector providers and, of course, to patients
The Department of Defense (DOD) and the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) share a common mission to support a lifetime of high-quality health care for Service members, Veterans and their families. In support of this mission, the Federal Electronic Health Record Modernization (FEHRM) program office, chartered in December 2019, works closely with DOD, VA and other partners to implement a single, common electronic health record (EHR) that enhances patient care and provider effectiveness, wherever care is provided. An EHR is software used to securely document, store, retrieve, share and analyze information about individual patient care. It enables a digital version of a patients health record. A single, common EHR means DOD, VA and other partners will be able to document care from the time a Service member enters the military through their care as a Veteran in one, complete patient health record. This record will be accessible to DOD, VA and private sector providers and, of course, to patients
Clinical Insight, Inc. is an Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software company. Its full featured electronic medical record system, Pronto, was developed by a clinical cardiologist at a leading cardiovascular teaching university hospital. It combines the
Allscripts Healthcare Solutions (Libertyville, IL) signed a deal to acquire its rival Eclipsys Corp (Boca Raton, FL) in a $1.3 billion all-share deal, to create a leader in electronic healthcare records. Eclipsys shareholders will receive 1.2 Allscripts shares for each share that they hold. The combined companys client base will include over 180,000 doctors, 1,500 hospitals and nearly 10,000 nursing homes.. The acquisition will enable Allscripts to better access $30 billion in federal funds for the adoption of electronic healthcare records. Eclipsys CEO Phil Pead will become chairman of the combined company. Misys Healthcare Systems (Raleigh, NC) will cut its 55 percent stake in Allscripts to approximately 10 percent and sell about 68 million Allscripts shares via placement and through buybacks by Allscripts to raise over $1.3 billion. It will return money to its shareholders via a tender offer. Misys intends to focus on its banking software business.. ...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Electronic medical records for genetic research. T2 - Results of the eMERGE consortium. AU - Kho, Abel N.. AU - Pacheco, Jennifer A.. AU - Peissig, Peggy L.. AU - Rasmussen, Luke. AU - Newton, Katherine M.. AU - Weston, Noah. AU - Crane, Paul K.. AU - Pathak, Jyotishman. AU - Chute, Christopher G.. AU - Bielinski, Suzette J. AU - Kullo, Iftikhar Jan. AU - Li, Rongling. AU - Manolio, Teri A.. AU - Chisholm, Rex L.. AU - Denny, Joshua C.. PY - 2011/4/20. Y1 - 2011/4/20. N2 - Clinical data in electronic medical records (EMRs) are a potential source of longitudinal clinical data for research. The Electronic Medical Records and Genomics Network (eMERGE) investigates whether data captured through routine clinical care using EMRs can identify disease phenotypes with sufficient positive and negative predictive values for use in genome-wide association studies (GWAS). Using data from five different sets of EMRs, we have identified five disease phenotypes with positive predictive values of ...
When it comes to giving kids the right dose of medication or properly timing their care, its still too easy for doctors and nurses to make mistakes because of the usability of their electronic health record systems, according to a new study.
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"Assessment of a computerized patient record system: a cognitive approach to evaluating medical technology". MD Comput. 13 (5): ... "Impact of a computer-based patient record system on data collection, knowledge organization, and reasoning". J Am Med Inform ... a Computerized Patient Record software for direct data entry by physicians using a keyboard-free pen-based portable computer". ... medical history) recorded on a tablet computer. in 1994 and 2007, "Dossier" was respectively awarded the "OCTAS of excellence" ...
He also helped develop PROMIS, a computerized medical information system based on the problem-oriented record, which used a ... Weed, Lawrence L. (1971). Medical Records, Medical Education, and Patient Care: The Problem-Oriented Medical Record as a Basic ... "Medical Records, Patient Care, and Medical Education". Irish Journal of Medical Science. 462 (6): 271-282. doi:10.1007/ ... Over 2,000 academic articles and numerous medical textbooks discuss Weed's problem-oriented medical record, and it has become a ...
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... problem-oriented medical records MeSH N05.715.360.300.715.500.530 - computerized medical records systems MeSH N05.715.360.300. ... hospital records MeSH N05.715.360.300.715.500 - medical records MeSH N05.715.360.300.715.500.500 - medical record linkage MeSH ... The following is a partial list of the "N" codes for Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), as defined by the United States National ... medical audit MeSH N05.700.500.200 - Commission on Professional and Hospital Activities MeSH N05.700.520 - nursing audit MeSH ...
In hospitals, computerized order management and medical imaging systems (PACS) are widely accepted. Whereas healthcare ... The national EHR is a virtual EHR and is a reference server which "knows" in which local EHR what kind of patient record is ... For all regular (short-term) medical treatment, there is a system of obligatory health insurance, with private health insurance ... Ever since a major reform of the health care system in 2006, the Dutch system received more points in the Index each year. ...
... of using computerized systems is that they allow easy and high-fidelity portability to a patient's electronic medical record. ... Review of systems[edit]. Main article: Review of systems. Whatever system a specific condition may seem restricted to, all the ... For the album by Danny Byrd, see Medical History (album).. The medical history, case history, or anamnesis (from Greek: ἀνά, ... One advantage of using computerized systems as an auxiliary or even primary source of medically related information is that ...
... medical record linkage MeSH G03.850.520.308.940.968.625 - medical records systems, computerized MeSH G03.850.520.308.940.968. ... dental records MeSH G03.850.520.308.940.425 - hospital records MeSH G03.850.520.308.940.968 - medical records MeSH G03.850. ... 750 - medical records, problem-oriented MeSH G03.850.520.308.940.968.875 - trauma severity indices MeSH G03.850.520.308.940.984 ... medical waste MeSH G03.850.460.710.460.150 - dental waste MeSH G03.850.460.710.460.300 - medical waste disposal MeSH G03.850. ...
... medical record linkage MeSH E05.318.308.940.968.625 - medical records systems, computerized MeSH E05.318.308.940.968.750 - ... dental records MeSH E05.318.308.940.425 - hospital records MeSH E05.318.308.940.968 - medical records MeSH E05.318.308.940. ... medical records, problem-oriented MeSH E05.318.308.940.968.875 - trauma severity indices MeSH E05.318.308.940.968.875.125 - ... The following is a partial list of the "E" codes for Medical Subject Headings (MeSH), as defined by the United States National ...
... more hospitals and clinics are integrating electronic medical records (EMRs) and computerized physician order entry (CPOE) ... Another source of contention with many medical support systems is that they produce a massive number of alerts. When systems ... "Effectiveness of computerized decision support systems linked to electronic health records: a systematic review and meta- ... Artificial intelligence in healthcare A Prospective Medical System of the Future /A complete health care system "CDSS". www. ...
In Hong Kong a computerized patient record system called the Clinical Management System (CMS) has been developed by the ... The VA has the largest enterprise-wide health information system that includes an electronic medical record, known as the ... A graphical user interface known as the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) allows health care providers to review and ... medical information processing, medical information science, medical software engineering, and medical computer technology.[ ...
... into the VistA electronic medical records system. This type of integration of information into a medical record is critical to ... system called AHLTA. While AHLTA is the new system for DoD, the core systems beneath AHLTA (for Computerized Physician Order ... The VistA electronic medical records system is estimated to improve efficiency by 6% per year, and the monthly cost of the EHR ... In 1997 a Windows-based, mouse-driven graphical user interface called the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) was added. ...
Finally in 2007, WWC purchased and installed a state-of-the-art, computerized patient record-keeping system. On January 11, ... In May 2015, WWH opened its state-of-the-art medical home at 1525 14th Street, NW. In comparison to Elizabeth Taylor Medical ... medical adherence case management; a pharmacy open to all; and more. Whitman-Walker's newest medical facility is at 1525 14th ... With improved medical treatment, HIV/AIDS patients began to live longer and required more services for longer periods of time. ...
In Hong Kong, a computerized patient record system called the Clinical Management System (CMS) has been developed by the ... Tencent is working on several medical systems and services. These include AI Medical Innovation System (AIMIS), an AI-powered ... The VA has the largest enterprise-wide health information system that includes an electronic medical record, known as the ... Bleich were awarded the Morris F. Collen Award for their pioneering contributions to medical informatics. Computerized systems ...
... she supervised integration of old patient records with the VA computerized system for patient records. This system is currently ... and at over 150 other medical institutions. A version of the system was installed at the National Cancer institute of Egypt. ... Medical informatics 20/20 : quality and electronic health records through collaboration, open solutions, and innovation. ... and I had a choice whether to study computer science or go to medical school. So I decided to go to medical school to better ...
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... recording memory files, radiation detectors, tracking sensors, automated navigation system, medical analysis instruments, ... Chapman could also ride Beryl, a computerized motorcycle-like vehicle equipped with extensive information databanks, ... remote guidance system, and the capacity for inter-dimensional travel. All of this equipment was provided by the Green Chapel, ...
Dec 8, 2010). "Electronic Medical Record/Electronic Health Record Systems of Office-based Physicians: United States, 2009 and ... A graphical user interface known as the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) allows health care providers to review and ... Electronic medical records, like other medical records, must be kept in unaltered form and authenticated by the creator. Under ... The usage of electronic medical records increases in some workplaces due to the ease of use of the system; whereas the ...
A guideline execution engine needs to communicate with a host clinical information system. Virtual Medical Record (vMR) is one ... a clinical guideline represented in a computerized format and perform actions towards the user of an electronic medical record ... Some commercial electronic health record systems use a workflow engine to execute clinical guidelines. RetroGuide and ... Huser, V.; Narus, S. P.; Rocha, R. A. (2010). "Evaluation of a flowchart-based EHR query system: A case study of RetroGuide". ...
It involves storage and exchange of clinical data (e.g. electronic medical records, electronic health records), inter- ... clinical decision support systems, computerized physician order entry), patient-provider interaction and service delivery (e.g ... Most studies implicitly report on cases from primary care (e.g., family doctors, medical specialists), secondary care (e.g. ... Using video-driven lectures, online learning communities and learning management systems allows creating new business models ...
A central database is to provide computerized and up to date information on matters such as medical professionals, patient ... medical records, and prescription drug use. In addition to streamlining information on individual patients across all medical ... To meet the new demands that universal coverage would place on the system, the PNA will first have to make substantial ... with numerous other medical research institutes pursuing initiatives on various medical advances including issues like cancer ...
The entire hospital has been computerized since 2004. The HIS (Hospital Information System) was developed by the CDAC, Noida. ... Kasturba Hospital is listed in the Guinness Book of World Records for the world record of the most participants in a hand ... Kasturba Medical College, Manipal College of Dental Sciences, Melaka Manipal Medical College - Manipal Campus, School of Allied ... And Guinness has accepted the same number for the record. The certificate from Guinness Book of World Records was received last ...
Patient records are now computerized and accessible across the entire Sanford Health System as well as in each patient room. In ... are also afforded state-of-the-art medical care at the regional medical center of Sioux Falls. The Sioux Falls hospitals ... Sanford Luverne Medical Center opened its doors in July, 2005, near the equally new regional Veterans Home in north Luverne. ... Luverne Senior High School is the system's high school. Luverne has an active chapter of Dollars for Scholars. According to its ...
... system, computerized tomogram (CT) scan, and x-ray machines. In 2016 case studies became available that showed attacker ... Organized crime targets healthcare networks in order to access and steal the patient records. Virtually any medical device can ... Computer security § Medical systems "Medical Devices Used as Pivot Point in Hospital Attacks: Report - SecurityWeek.Com". Ragan ... "Epidemic: Researchers Find Thousands of Medical Systems Exposed to Hackers". 29 September 2015. "Medical Devices a Target for ...
The hospital also uses a proprietary software system for medical records, billing and queuing of patients. Columbia Asia ... The 82-bed facility has three operating theatres, a medical laboratory, radiological facilities and the computerized operating ... Columbia Asia medical facilities provide medical services such as General Surgery, Paediatrics, Obstetrics & Gynaecology, ... Currently, it has 19 medical facilities across Southeast Asia: 13 in Malaysia, 3 in Vietnam, and 3 in Indonesia. In September ...
To a large extent, VistAWeb mirrors the reports behavior of the Computerized Patient Record System (CPRS) and Remote Data View ... the electronic health record used throughout the United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) medical system (known as the ... VistAWeb was also expanded for to access patient records from the DoD AHLTA patient record system in 2009. This relied on ... Computerized Patient Recordkeeping System), the graphical user interface for the Veterans Health Information Systems and ...
The CDR system software is loaded onto laptop computers for testing in medical clinics. An internet version of the CDR system ... which records both the accuracy and reaction time. The CDR system is a computer based cognitive testing tool, developed to ... The CDR computerized assessment system (CDR system) is a computerized battery of cognitive tests designed in the late 1970s by ... "The cognitive drug research computerized assessment system in the evaluation of early dementia-is speed of the essence". ...
Prescriptions may be entered into an electronic medical record system and transmitted electronically to a pharmacy. ... Within computerized pharmacies, the information on paper prescriptions is recorded into a database. Afterwards, the paper ... Depending upon a jurisdiction's medical system, non-prescription drugs may be prescribed because drug benefit plans may ... Charatan, Fred (1999-12-11). "Medical errors kill almost 100000 Americans a year". BMJ : British Medical Journal. 319 (7224): ...
"The Johns Hopkins Hospital, and Johns Hopkins Health System.. *^ de Jong T, Bannink N, Bredero-Boelhouwer HH, van Veelen ML, ... Medical genetics. Craniosynostosis occurs in one in 2000 births. Craniosynostosis is part of a syndrome in 15% to 40% of ... Goldstein SJ, Kidd RC (1982). "Value of computed tomography in the evaluation of craniosynostosis". Computerized Radiology. 6 ( ... Francel PC (1995). "Evolution of the treatment for sagittal synostosis: a personal record". In Goodrich JT, Hall CD (eds.). ...
"Journal of Korean Medical Science. 31 Suppl 1: S24-31. doi:10.3346/jkms.2016.31.S1.S24. PMC 4756338. PMID 26908984.. .mw-parser ... Herman GT (2009). Fundamentals of Computerized Tomography: Image Reconstruction from Projections (2nd ed.). Springer. ISBN 978- ... Angiography is the use of fluoroscopy to view the cardiovascular system. An iodine-based contrast is injected into the ... The image from the output can then be recorded via a camera and displayed.[21] ...
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This, along with features inherent in the microscope's lens system, creates blurring of the collected images visible as a point ... Single particle analysis is a group of related computerized image processing techniques used to analyze images from ... similar to medical X-rays. By making use of the projection-slice theorem a three-dimensional reconstruction of the object can ... "Restoration of weak phase-contrast images recorded with a high degree of defocus: the "twin image" problem associated with CTF ...
The last digit is a checksum which was introduced in 1967 when the system was computerized. Originally, when the personal ... healthy newborn children are registered in their mother's medical record) and some more (e.g. for special privacy protection ... This system was replaced with the current system in 1990. Everyone however keeps their number and it is not hard to find out ... Changes in the records of who were someone's biological parents do not affect the number, which has nothing to do with family ...
very recent entries to records for an article before it is indexed with Medical Subject Headings (MeSH) and added to MEDLINE ... In 2016, NLM changed the indexing system so that publishers will be able to directly correct typos and errors in PubMed indexed ... From 1971 to 1997, MEDLINE online access to the MEDLARS Online computerized database primarily had been through institutional ... about 500,000 new records are added each year. As of the same date[update], 13.1 million of PubMed's records are listed with ...
A medical technician aligns the system by easily centering the field of view to patient's pupil eye. The system then contacts ... These method is using NI, long-term recording of ICP waves patterns, Like Lundsbergs ICP waves. 2) Quantitative measurement OF ... computerized tympanometers with fully automated measurement procedure). Inward displacement (negative peak pressure on ... At the instant of complete CRV compression, the Cerepress™ records the eye pressure, which is equivalent to CRV pressure. CRV ...
Cybermedicine is the use of the Internet to deliver medical services, such as medical consultations and drug prescriptions. It ... It records the calories burned and the number of steps taken for each day while simultaneously functioning as a watch. To add ... Systems that deal with these transfers are often referred to as Health Information Exchange (HIE). Of the forms of e-Health ... Computerized physician order entry: a means of requesting diagnostic tests and treatments electronically and receiving the ...
EEG is a much more widely used method to achieve such temporal resolution as EEG systems cost much less than MEG systems. A ... Diffuse optical imaging (DOI) or diffuse optical tomography (DOT) is a medical imaging modality which uses near infrared light ... In the early 1970s, Allan McLeod Cormack and Godfrey Newbold Hounsfield introduced computerized axial tomography (CAT or CT ... is similar to PET and uses gamma ray-emitting radioisotopes and a gamma camera to record data that a computer uses to construct ...
... recorded via the electro-oculogram (EOG) and direction-of-gaze methods, and cardiodynamics, recorded via impedance cardiography ... Physiological computing systems all contain an element that may be termed as an adaptive controller that may be used to ... A novel psychophysiological model of the effect of alcohol use on academic performance of male medical students of Belarusian ... transforms that data into a computerized response, which then shapes the future psychophysiological response from the player. A ...
"Canadian Medical Association Journal. 183 (9): E571-E592. doi:10.1503/cmaj.100174. ISSN 0820-3946. PMC 3114934. PMID 21576300. ... Vertigo is recorded as a symptom of decompression sickness in 5.3% of cases by the US Navy as reported by Powell, 2008 [39] It ... Vertigo that is caused by problems with the inner ear or vestibular system, which is composed of the semicircular canals, the ... and computerized dynamic posturography (CDP).[31] ... Falvo, Donna R. (2014). Medical and psychosocial aspects of ...
ISU Judging SystemEdit. Main article: ISU Judging System. In 2004, in response to the judging controversy during the 2002 ... "Shen-Zhao set record in pairs short program". NBC Sports. February 14, 2010. Archived from the original on March 4, 2010.. ... In some countries, medical personnel may be slow to respond to accidents. At the 2000 World Championships in Nice, France, a ... The GOE value from the twelve judges is then processed with a computerized random selection of nine judges, the highest and ...
In most clinical applications, 19 recording electrodes (plus ground and system reference) are used.[53] A smaller number of ... "Beckman Instruments Supplying Medical Flight Monitoring Equipment" (PDF). Space News Roundup. March 3, 1965. pp. 4-5. Retrieved ... Instead of a visual assessment of brain wave oscillation topography, quantitative electroencephalography (qEEG), computerized ... This is known as an ictal recording, as opposed to an inter-ictal recording which refers to the EEG recording between seizures ...
Medical useEdit. Since its introduction in the 1970s, CT has become an important tool in medical imaging to supplement X-rays ... a b Computerized Tomography chapter Archived 2016-03-04 at the Wayback Machine. at University of Connecticut Health Center. ... Žabić S, Wang Q, Morton T, Brown KM (March 2013). "A low dose simulation tool for CT systems with energy integrating detectors ... 2012 Conference Record of the Forty Sixth Asilomar Conference on (PDF). IEEE. pp. 613-636. Archived (PDF) from the original on ...
... have not been formally defined through a medical diagnostic system such as the DSM-5 or ICD-10, and are nearly absent from ... Psychological testing is sometimes used via paper-and-pen or computerized questionnaires, which may include algorithms based on ... Mesopotamian doctors kept detailed record of their patients' hallucinations and assigned spiritual meanings to them.[126] The ... they are presented as medical diseases, but are not validated in the same way as most medical diagnoses. Some neurologists ...
Corwin, J. (2009), The auditory system (PDF), archived (PDF) from the original on 2013-06-28, retrieved 2013-04-06. ... Ultrasound is commonly used for medical diagnostics such as sonograms. Infrasound. Infrasound is sound waves with frequencies ... A 'pressure over time' graph of a 20 ms recording of a clarinet tone demonstrates the two fundamental elements of sound: ... In P.R. Cook (Ed.), Music, cognition, and computerized sound: An introduction to psychoacoustic (pp. 79-88). Cambridge, ...
By organ or systemEdit. Sonography (ultrasonography) is widely used in medicine. It is possible to perform both diagnosis and ... The proximal end of the catheter is attached to computerized ultrasound equipment and allows the application of ultrasound ... Over time, this is analogous to recording a video in ultrasound. As the organ boundaries that produce reflections move relative ... Wikimedia Commons has media related to Medical ultrasound.. *About the discovery of medical ultrasonography on ob-ultrasound. ...
These sophisticated computerized systems are used before and during surgery to help orient the surgeon with three-dimensional ... For the medical journal, see Neurosurgery (journal).. Neurosurgery procedure using stereotaxy. Stereotactic guided insertion of ... Surviving records from Dr. Harvey Cushing at Johns Hopkins Hospital revealed greater care being taken in neurosurgery. During ... This includes the central nervous system and the peripheral nervous system. Tissue analysis comes from either surgical biopsies ...
Medical sciences[edit]. In medical sciences, the complexity of living systems and ethical constraints may limit the ability of ... Modern electronic or computerized data acquisition techniques have greatly reduced the likelihood of such bias, but it can ... in which hidden verbal messages are said to be audible when a recording is played backwards. Some people expect to hear hidden ... It may occur more often in sociological and medical studies, perhaps due to incentives[citation needed]. Experimenter bias can ...
1983). "Preliminary experience with Brown-Roberts-Wells (BRW) computerized tomography stereotaxic guidance system". Journal of ... PET is both a medical and research tool. It is used heavily in clinical oncology (medical imaging of tumours and the search for ... During the scan, a record of tissue concentration is made as the tracer decays. ... on Medical Imaging. 6 (3): 228-238. doi:10.1109/tmi.1987.4307831.. *^ Green, Peter J. (1990). "Bayesian Reconstructions for ...
To find out if you have a record on NDR PDPS, see the next section. Note also that the NDR may not contain all required records ... The National Driver Register (NDR) is a computerized database of information about United States drivers who have had their ... Problem Driver Pointer System (PDPS) and for other authorized parties to receive information from the NDR. It includes, in ... Federal Railroad Administration and employers of locomotive operators Federal Aviation Administration for airman medical ...
Medical use[edit]. Since its introduction in the 1970s, CT has become an important tool in medical imaging to supplement X-rays ... A CT scan,[1] also known as computed tomography scan, and formerly known as a computerized axial tomography scan or CAT scan,[3 ... Žabić S, Wang Q, Morton T, Brown KM (March 2013). "A low dose simulation tool for CT systems with energy integrating detectors ... 2012 Conference Record of the Forty Sixth Asilomar Conference on (PDF). IEEE. pp. 613-636. Archived (PDF) from the original on ...
By 1817 Donkin recorded that he had sold £3000 worth of canned meat in six months. In 1824 Sir William Edward Parry took canned ... In view of this life-threatening complication, all suspected cases of botulism are treated as medical emergencies, and public ... Use of a statistical process control (SPC) software in conjunction with a manual double-seam monitor, computerized double seam ... as well as cutting the seam open with a twin blade saw and measuring with a double seam inspection system. The combination of ...
An employee's movements are recorded using a motion capture tool and imported into an analyzing system. To detect hazardous ... Virtual manufacturing and response surface methodology (VMRSM): This method uses computerized tools and statistical analysis ... Physical ergonomics is important in the medical field, particularly to those diagnosed with physiological ailments or disorders ... Systems analysis tool (SAT): This is a method to conduct systematic trade-off evaluations of work-system intervention ...
Several medical schools in the US have started to incorporate radiology education into their core MD training. New York Medical ... Additionally, in specific circumstances air can be used as a contrast agent for the gastrointestinal system and carbon dioxide ... Herman, G. T., Fundamentals of computerized tomography: Image reconstruction from projection, 2nd edition, Springer, 2009 ... Will Irish remain or will it linger on in recorded form only? ... Teimpléad:Medicine Teimpléad:Medical imaging tinnis[cuir in ...
Explicit and implicit functions of memory are also known as declarative and non-declarative systems.[4][5] These systems ... " 2006-10-20. Retrieved 2012-11-08.. *^ "Biologists 'transfer' a memory through RNA injection: Research in ... The time spent looking at each photo is recorded. Looking longer at the new photo indicates that they remember the "familiar" ... a computerized version of the card game "Concentration" or "Memory". The room in which the experiment took place was infused ...
This is the first instance in a search of the NY Times computerized index back to the 1850's. The term might have been common ... The Electronic Data Systems article (although not an example of Wikipedia's finest work) claims that the company (led by Ross ... As to whether women could make effective snipers, the historical record suggests they almost certainly could. See Lyudmila ... Woman serve in pretty much any secondary support role: technical specialists, medical staff, transportation, logistics, 'etc. ...
In computerized dispatch, the status of taxis is tracked by the computer system. ... It was also the first recorded large-scale use of motorized infantry in battle. [24] [25] ... non-emergency medical transportation companies, and paratransit services. ... The medallion system[when defined as?][76] has been defended by some experts. They argue that the medallion system is similar ...
The vestibular system is able to respond correctly by recording sensory information from hairs cells in the labyrinth of the ... Demos Medical Publishing. ISBN 978-1-933864-19-8. .. *^ a b Hain, Timothy. "Postural, Vestibulospinal and Vestibulocollic ... The results were determined by using the Sensory Organization Test (SOT) of the computerized dynamic posturography (CDP) as ... "Motor Systems". Retrieved 2 November 2011.. *^ Voron, Stephen. "The Vestibular System". University of Utah School of Medicine. ...
Genomes and Genes about computerized medical records systems ... COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL RECORDS SYSTEM. DOV KAUFMAN; Fiscal Year: ... The AMPATH medical record system: creating, implementing, and sustaining an electronic medical record system to support HIV/ ... computerized medical records systems. Summary. Summary: Computer-based systems for input, storage, display, retrieval, and ... You are here: Research Topics , information science , data collection , records , medical records , computerized medical ...
A distributed database architecture stores medical information in a self-updating system that employs point-of-service stations ... disposed at convenient medical service locations. Each patient carries a ... Computer display system and method for facilitating access to patient data records in a medical information system. 1994-11-01 ... 1 is a system overview block diagram of the presently preferred system for maintaining and updating computerized medical ...
241 experimental patients had a computerized medical record summary and 238 control patients had the traditional medical record ... detected new problems and diagnostic tests on record than patients without the summary. ... The present study examined the influence of a computerized medical record summary system on incidence and length of ... 1979 in Medical care. The present study examined the influence of a computerized medical record summary system on incidence and ...
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On a medical point of view, the system comprises a minimum medical record for every patient, different specialized records and ... An integrated approach is described for the computerized management of a nephrology department. ... On a medical point of view, the system comprises a minimum medical record for every patient, different specialized records and ... Information Systems*. Kidney Failure, Chronic / therapy*. Medical Records. Nephrology*. Renal Dialysis. From MEDLINE®/PubMed®, ...
Clinical and Quality Analysis Information Systems. USA. -. Birkmeyer, John D. 12.9. 3. University of Michigan Medical School. ... 472: Patient safety and the electronic health record. Abstract Fonarow, Gregg C. Veterans Affairs Palo Alto Health Care System ... Medical care. A national study of challenges to electronic health record adoption and meaningful use. Abstract ... Electronic health records and clinical decision support systems: impact on national ambulatory care quality. Abstract ...
Medical Records Systems, Computerized * Medication Errors* / adverse effects * Medication Systems, Hospital* * Middle Aged ... We investigated if the introduction of a computerized ICU system (Centricity Critical Care Clinisoft, GE Healthcare) reduced ... Methods: A prospective trial was conducted in a paper-based unit (PB-U) versus a computerized unit (C-U) in a 22-bed ICU of a ... Impact of Computerized Physician Order Entry on Medication Prescription Errors in the Intensive Care Unit: A Controlled Cross- ...
We constructed a computerized reminder system, integrated with existing data sources maintained by the infection control ... Medical Records Systems, Computerized * Patient Isolation / methods * Patient Isolation / organization & administration* * ... We constructed a computerized reminder system, integrated with existing data sources maintained by the infection control ... We tested the hypothesis that computerized reminders from a centralized infection control expert system can improve rates of ...
"Electronic medical records and computerized systems offer opportunities to improve the quality of medical care in all settings ... "Use of Computerized Clinical Support Systems in Medical Settings: United States, 2001-2003" is available at CDC/NCHS Web site. ... Use of Computerized Clinical Support Systems in Medical Settings: United States, 2001-03. Advance Data Number 353. 9 pp. (PHS) ... Items on the use of electronic medical records were added to these comprehensive surveys of medical care providers to track ...
... hospitalwide reduction in mortality correlated with implementation of a computerized physician order entry system. ... many hospitals have implemented systems for electronic medical records, including CPOE. Studies have shown that such systems ... Cite this: Mortality Decreases After Implementation of Computerized Physician Order Entry System - Medscape - May 03, 2010. ... "The majority of what were learning transcends vendor systems," he said. "Any software system can be implemented effectively or ...
Hospital Information Systems. Patient Access to Records. Medical Records. Medical Record Systems, Computerized. ... Keywords provided by Weill Medical College of Cornell University: Health Information Technology. Health Records, Personal. ... Weill Medical College of Cornell University. Study Director:. Rainu Kaushal, MD, MPH. Weill Medical College of Cornell ... Maimonides Medical Center is working with BHIX to offer a health information technology- and HIE-based care coordination ...
Medical Records Systems, Computerized. *Patient Safety. *Quality Improvement. Intervention ICMJE Other: weight based dosing ... Partners-affiliated pediatric practice providers utilizing Longitudinal Medical Record (LMR), which is an electronic health ... Electronic health record decision support and quality of care for children with ADHD. Pediatrics. 2010 Aug;126(2):239-46. doi: ... ICMJE Data element required by the International Committee of Medical Journal Editors and the World Health Organization ICTRP ...
Techniques are disclosed for estimating patient radiation exposure during computerized tomography (CT) scans. More specifically ... In one embodiment, the resulting dose estimates may be stored as part of a patients medical records/history maintained by an ... DOSE ESTIMATION SERVICE SYSTEM CONFIGURED TO SUPPORT MULTIPLE COMPUTERIZED MEDICAL IMAGING SCAN PROVIDERS ... The system of claim 15, wherein the imaging scan is a computerized tomography (CT) scan. 17. The system of claim 15, wherein ...
Palavras-chave : Pulmonary disease; Chronic obstructive; Spirometry; Medical records systems; Computerized; Spain. ... VERDE-REMESEIRO, Luis et al. Electronic clinical records in primary care for estimating disease burden and management: an ...
... some identifying information is also maintained on a computerized index. ... Privacy Act System of Records: Wellness Program Medical Records, EPA-3. [excerpted from: Federal Register: February 22, 2002 ( ... System Name: Wellness Program Medical Records.. System Location: Health Unit, Environmental Protection Agency, Ariel Rios ... Categories of Records in the System: Employee health records.. Authority for Maintenance of the System (includes any revisions ...
International Scientific Journal for Medical Research, Information and Communication on the Internet ... CPOE: Computerized Physician Order Entry. EMR: electronic medical record. EMRAN: Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model. ... HIMMS Electronic Medical Record Aadoption Model (EMRAM). Healtcare Information and Management Systems Society. URL: https://www ... Perhaps the best known of these is the HIMSS Analytics Electronic Medical Record Adoption Model (HIMSS EMRAM; Textbox 1). ...
As medication errors are the most common source of medical injury, and a special hazard in cancer care, we have several ... Computerized order entry system. *Standardized chemotherapy order templates. *Electronic medical record. *Bar-code scanning ... All information is documented in the medical record to ensure that all members of the patient team are informed. ... Several robust electronic systems and tools help our clinical staff with decision support when ordering medications. These ...
9780071763721 Our cheapest price for CURRENT Medical Diagnosis and Treatment 2012, Fifty-First Edition is $0.01. Free shipping ... Electronic Health Records. Computerized Provider Order Entry. Clinical Decision Support Systems. Social Media & The World Wide ... Diagnostic Testing & Medical Decision Making, C. Diana Nicoll, Michael Pignone, and Chuanyi Mark Lu. Benefits, Costs, & Risks. ... Nervous System Disorders, Michael J. Aminoff & Geoffrey A. Kerchner. Headache. Facial Pain. Epilepsy. Dysautonomia. Sensory ...
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  • Yearbook of Medical Informatics. (
  • The Informatics for Health congress, 24-26 April 2017, in Manchester, UK, brought together the Medical Informatics Europe (MIE) conference and the Farr Institute International Conference. (
  • Linköping University, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Medical Informatics. (
  • This is stored in Intermountain Healthcare's world-renowned computerized medical informatics record system. (
  • Health informatics (also called health care informatics , healthcare informatics , medical informatics , nursing informatics , clinical informatics , or biomedical informatics ) is information engineering applied to the field of health care , essentially the management and use of patient healthcare information. (
  • Health informatics tools include computers, clinical guidelines , formal medical terminologies, and information and communication systems, among others. (
  • In October 2011 American Board of Medical Specialties ( ABMS ), the organization overseeing the certification of specialist MDs in the United States, announced the creation of MD-only physician certification in clinical informatics. (
  • That's too many," says Blackford Middleton, MD , assistant professor of medicine at the Harvard Medical School and corporate director of clinical and informatics research and development at Partners Healthcare System in Boston. (
  • Medical Informatics in Obstetrics and Gynecology, edited by David Parry and Emma Parry, IGI Global, 2009, pp. 185-261. (
  • Health-care value purchasing, complex health-care systems, and information technology are the three most important change drivers influencing the interrelated themes of the 4th decennial conference: accountability, quality promotion through infection prevention across the health-care delivery system, and medical informatics. (
  • and innovative uses of medical informatics to enhance the overall impact of our profession. (
  • Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) and clinical decision support systems (CDSSs) may reduce medication error rates. (
  • About 8 percent of physicians use a computerized physician order entry system (CPOE), in which orders for drugs and diagnostic tests are entered electronically rather than on prescription pads. (
  • May 3, 2010 - For the first time, researchers have found a decrease in hospitalwide mortality after implementation of a commercial computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system. (
  • The result contrasts with previous studies that found that CPOE systems either had no effect or were correlated with an increase in mortality in pediatric populations. (
  • The findings should also apply to adult populations and to a wide variety of commercial CPOE systems, lead author Christopher Longhurst, MD, from Lucile Packard Children's Hospital at Stanford University in Palo Alto, California, told Medscape Pediatrics . (
  • During the past several years, many hospitals have implemented systems for electronic medical records, including CPOE. (
  • In 2005, the Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh in Pennsylvania discovered that implementation of a commercially available CPOE system correlated with an increase in mortality in a pediatric critical care unit ( Pediatrics . (
  • In the fall of 2007, Dr. Longhurst and colleagues implemented a CPOE system from Cerner Corporation in Kansas City, Missouri (the same vendor used in Pittsburgh and Seattle). (
  • The majority of ambulatory care in this country is provided in physicians' offices but less than one in five doctors is using electronic medical records. (
  • The study found younger physicians, those under 50 years of age, were twice as likely as physicians age 50 or over to use this computerized system for ordering prescriptions. (
  • The National Ambulatory Medical Care Survey of the care provided by office-based physicians and the National Hospital Ambulatory Medical Care Survey, covering hospital emergency and outpatient departments regularly report on the characteristics of patients, including diagnosis and symptoms, as well as the diagnostic and therapeutic care provided to track trends in the patterns and quality of medical care. (
  • In the United States, physician based physicians to estimate the number and characteristics of medical practices in offices are the most frequent location the United States. (
  • A (solo or group, single, or multi-specialty group, size of practice, ownership, previous report (2) presented estimates location, number of managed care contracts, use of electronic medical records, and of physicians practicing in the United use of computerized physician order entry systems). (
  • Sample weights for electronic medical records, however, physician data use information on the number of physicians in the sampled may be made at the organizational level physician's practice to produce annual national estimates of medical practices. (
  • of the medical practice, rather than by Results --During 2003-04, an average of 311,200 office-based physicians individual physicians. (
  • Although 35.8 percent by presenting estimates for medical of office-based physicians were in solo practice, 69.2 percent of medical practices practices derived from the same data. (
  • The one-fifth of medical practices with three or more make practices rather than physicians physicians (19.5 percent) contains about one-half of all office-based physicians the unit of analysis, it is necessary to (52.4 percent). (
  • adjust the weighting scheme through the Fifteen percent of medical practices, consisting of 19.0 percent of physicians, used use of a multiplicity estimator. (
  • 9.2 percent of physicians, used computerized prescription order entry systems. (
  • It will be interesting to watch whether the need for scribes goes away as the next generation of physicians who grew up with computers and electronic medical records comes in,' said Dr. Ann O'Malley, a senior researcher at the Center for Studying Health System Change in Washington, D.C. (
  • Some physicians obliged by quickly learning how to use the electronic ordering system, but others, 9 months later, still refuse to make the switch. (
  • Ideally, health care for this population is provided in a pediatric medical home by physicians who are familiar with the sequelae of childhood trauma and adversity. (
  • Physicians will get bonuses of between $44,000 and $64,000 if they computerize medical-records systems. (
  • Purkinje Incorporated pioneered pen computing for comprehensive clinical management of patients by physicians in 1991 with the "PureMD" ontology-anchored medical record was later rename Dossier that allowed physician order entry, knowledge-based clinical decision support, and billing from clinical note taking (e.g. medical history) recorded on a tablet computer. (
  • In addition to staying on top of the 6 million pages of research published in books and journals each year, physicians may soon have to keep track of several hundred thousand genetic variants that could become relevant in medical practice, Middleton says. (
  • It will require incentives for physicians and hospitals to install electronic medical record systems-with both carrots and sticks, Middleton says: carrots to get them to purchase the systems and sticks to make sure care actually improves. (
  • Only 15 to 20 percent of physician offices and hospitals in the United States use electronic medical records (EMRs), but that will soon change: the stimulus package passed by Congress in early 2009 is investing nearly $20 billion to incentivize physicians to install EMR systems. (
  • With hundreds of EMRs to choose from, one question is how to ensure that physicians purchase systems that are interoperable. (
  • In addition, Dr. Adelman was recently appointed the Faculty Advisor of Systems, Leadership, Integration, and Management (SLIM) Program for medical students at Columbia University's Vagelos College of Physicians and Surgeons. (
  • Capital Region Orthopaedics is currently seeking a Medical Secretary to work with one of our physicians & patients in our busy orthopaedic clinic. (
  • It's one thing to give your psychiatrist the right to share your information [with certain doctors], it's another to enter your data into a system that makes it available with relative ease to an unknown number of physicians who may be involved in your care. (
  • The Massachusetts eRx Collaborative uses e-prescribing tools to allow physicians to access patient-specific prescription drug and medical histories, be alerted to drug-to-drug and drug-allergy interactions, and electronically transmit prescriptions directly to a pharmacy, minimizing possible errors from illegible handwriting. (
  • Under the OSI, the VHA created a "dashboard" tool using its national computerized medical record system to allow local VA clinical leaders to systematically review opioid prescribing and give physicians feedback. (
  • The challenge is, how do you try to create this system in a fragmented world" in which hospitals, outpatient physicians, specialists and other entities simply dont communicate? (
  • The new system combed through data in the electronic medical record and pushed alerts to physicians and nurses when a patient's central line was due for care. (
  • The computerized physician order entry system ensures that the medical prescription is complete, including dosage calculation and type. (
  • We investigated if the introduction of a computerized ICU system (Centricity Critical Care Clinisoft, GE Healthcare) reduced the incidence and severity of medication prescription errors (MPEs). (
  • Growth in this segment can be attributed be the increasing demand for improved patient safety and patient care, stringent regulations regarding healthcare provider solutions, and need for integrated healthcare systems. (
  • The major players in the North American healthcare IT market are McKesson Corporation (U.S.), Allscripts Healthcare Solutions, Inc. (U.S.), athenahealth, Inc. (U.S.), Epic Systems Corporation (U.S.), GE Healthcare (U.K.), Siemens Healthcare (Germany), Cerner Corporation (U.S.), and Carestream Health (U.S. (
  • The student should be able to explain fundamental principles of data processing, should know basic terms of healthcare processes and should be oriented in basic knowledge of database systems. (
  • She is the chief medical scribe in the hospital's emergency department - and one of several thousand young people pioneering a new healthcare field. (
  • We aimed to systematically review the benefits of computerised systems that support medication management through reminders or feedback to healthcare providers, or reminders to patients. (
  • A study published in May 2011 in Health Affairs estimates that Kaiser saves 1,044 tons of paper per year via its electronic system-no small amount given that healthcare contributes to 8 percent of the United States' carbon emissions. (
  • Associates degree with at least 1 year of medical transcription and/or medical secretarial experience in a healthcare. (
  • With that, more than 200 pages of sensitive notes became available to any doctor who cared for her within the sprawling Partners HealthCare system. (
  • In so much of our healthcare system, programs don't work. (
  • A workplace-based healthcare plan in Omaha, Nebraska called Simplywell gives employees at the Greater Omaha Packing Company the tools they need to take charge of their own healthcare, including an electronic personal health record, tailored patient education, and annual screening. (
  • Merge Healthcare is a market leader in the development and delivery of medical imaging and information management software and services. (
  • At St. Jude Medical Center , we are proud to serve the healthcare and medical needs of people throughout Southern California. (
  • We hope that these findings, showing the VA OSI was associated with a reduction in risky prescribing, will encourage others to consider similar healthcare system interventions to address this complex issue. (
  • The big bugaboo is physician adoption," said Mark Leavitt, director of ambulatory care at HIMSS (Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society), a nonprofit professional group. (
  • Forthcoming meaningful use incentives and an improving economy are contributing factors for the increase, according to results of the 21st Annual Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society Leadership Survey. (
  • Currently the Certification Commission for Healthcare Information Technology (CCHIT), a private organization, conducts one-day testing of EHR systems. (
  • The Institute of Medicine's 1999 report on medical errors, "To Err is Human," identified central line infections as a key target for reducing harm in healthcare. (
  • That would include healthcare information technologies such as alerts built into computerized medical record and order entry systems. (
  • Hospitals worldwide are developing ambitious digital transformation programs as part of broader efforts to create digitally advanced health care systems. (
  • Leaders of the three biggest companies providing scribes estimate that about 200 emergency departments in community hospitals and academic medical centers currently use them. (
  • Hospitals must be using computerized ordering systems for at least 10% of all their orders by 2011 and must be up to 100% by 2013. (
  • A national survey assessing the number of records allowed open in electronic health records at hospitals and ambulatory sites. (
  • Doctors and hospitals in Massachusetts have been quicker than those in many other states to adopt computerized patient records, with between 35 and 45 percent using at least a basic system, according to a recent study. (
  • Though some are adopting EMRs more begrudgingly than others, one by one, hospitals and doctors' offices are transitioning to a computerized system. (
  • Increasing numbers of record keeping and accounting systems in hospitals are becoming computer-based. (
  • This study includes four projects aimed to improve the quality and safety of pediatric care through the implementation of four clinical decision support services in the electronic health record (EHR). (
  • Partners-affiliated pediatric practice providers utilizing Longitudinal Medical Record (LMR), which is an electronic health record system. (
  • Accuracy in the recording of pressure ulcers and prevention after implementing an electronic health record in hospital care. (
  • OBJECTIVE: To compare the accuracy in recording of pressure-ulcer prevalence and prevention before and after implementing an electronic health record (EHR) with templates for pressure-ulcer assessment. (
  • 7. Electronic Health Record - the concept of e-Health. (
  • As the name suggests, the electronic health record is a digital form of patients' medical charts. (
  • PURPOSE Little is known about the effects of the electronic health record (EHR) on physician-patient encounters. (
  • The electronic health record (EHR) is a new technology touted as a standard of practice for American medicine in the 21st century. (
  • Order Sets have long been a staple in Electronic Health Record Systems for both medication and ancillary orders. (
  • Hoffman, along with her husband, professor Andy Podgurski from the Case School of Engineering, are responsible for one of the first scholarly studies to assess the need for federal regulation of electronic health record systems. (
  • Finding a Cure: The Case for Regulation and Oversight of Electronic Health Record Systems" (Harvard Journal of Law and Technology, forthcoming 2009) comes on the heels of two previous publications by the two on security and privacy issues of EHRs and critiques of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Security Rule. (
  • Medication-error reporting and pharmacy resident experience during implementation of computerized prescriber order entry. (
  • Computerized prescriber order entry-related patient safety reports: analysis of 2522 medication errors. (
  • Can computerized clinical decision support systems improve practitioners' diagnostic test ordering behavior? (
  • It discusses a computer as a component of diagnostic, therapeutic, and administrative systems, hierarchy and function of medical information systems, speciality of ethics and security of medical data in information systmes. (
  • 3. Computer as a part of diagnostic, therapeutic, and administrative systems. (
  • The aim of the course is to inform students about principles of specification of medical data regarding its processing by diagnostic systems and medical information systems, provide information about structure of medical data representation, its role in diagnostic systems and concepts of medical information systems. (
  • Laboratory, diagnostic radiology, and electrocardiography results were also available in this system. (
  • 2 . A diagnostic support system according to claim 1 , wherein said processing device of said computer displays on said display device a predetermined number of disease names in sequence from the disease name exhibiting the maximum degree of similarity together with their degrees of credibility calculated based on their degrees of similarity. (
  • 3 . A diagnostic support system according to claim 1 , wherein said processing device of said computer displays on said display device values in a predetermined number of fields in the new patient data in sequence from the value exhibiting the maximum influence degree together with their influence degrees. (
  • 4 . A diagnostic support system according to claim 1 , wherein said processing device of said computer, if a value substantially coincident with the value in the new patient data is contained in the case data containing the disease name to be displayed on said display device, displays the value in the field in the new patient data in a special form. (
  • 5 . A diagnostic support system according to claim 1 , wherein said processing device of said computer displays, when an instruction of displaying similar case data with respect to the disease name displayed on said display device is inputted via said input device, contents of predetermined number of pieces of case data in sequence from the content exhibiting the maximum degree of similarity calculated on said display device. (
  • Some estimate that the long-term cost-savings produced by a national health information network could reach $77.8 billion a year from a reduction in medical errors, diagnostic test duplication, and administrative expenses. (
  • On a medical point of view, the system comprises a minimum medical record for every patient, different specialized records and knowledge bases presently covering hypertension, diabetes and chronic renal failure. (
  • Overall, 30% to 80% of children come into foster care with at least 1 medical problem, 1 , 16 - 18 and one-third have a chronic medical condition. (
  • Combining Non-Invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Robotic Training in Upper Limb -Impaired Chronic Stroke Patients Combining Non-Invasive Vagus Nerve Stimulation and Robotic Training in Upper Limb -Impaired Chronic Stroke Patients - Full Text View - Hide glossary Glossary Study record managers: refer to the if submitting registration or results information. (
  • Shocked by what had happened, her family was unable to give us critical information for her care: whether she was on any medications, or whether she had chronic medical conditions or drug allergies. (
  • The uninsured do not receive all the medical care they need: one-third of uninsured adults have chronic illness and don't receive needed care. (
  • Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center, Emory University Hospital in Atlanta and Beth Israel Medical Center in New York City said they are exploring the idea. (
  • The Children's Hospital of New Jersey at Newark Beth Israel Medical Center added a 12,500-square-foot Critical Care Center last year that houses a cardiac intensive care unit and a medical-surgical intensive care unit. (
  • Less than a third of the nation's hospital emergency and outpatient departments use electronic medical records, and even fewer doctors' offices do, according to a report released today by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). (
  • No studies examining the management of APAP overdose outside of academic medical centers or poison control centers currently exist. (
  • On the other hand, the risk of waiting until the last minute to introduce EMRs is insufficient time to shop for a system, purchase it, and implement it by 2011. (
  • The components of EMRs are computerized provider order entry, documentation of patient procedures, tracking, and billing. (
  • Electronic medical records (EMRs) have been championed as a revolutionary solution to improve our health care system. (
  • A prospective, randomized design was used where 241 experimental patients had a computerized medical record summary and 238 control patients had the traditional medical record. (
  • Other studies have shown that automated drug dispensing systems, that operate like vending machines where the order is written and the machine dispenses the correct drug and dosage for patients, can reduce medical errors. (
  • These automated systems were more likely to be in use in emergency departments located in metropolitan areas and those with the highest volume of patients. (
  • For hypertensive patients, an expert system is combined with the record system. (
  • We tested the hypothesis that computerized reminders from a centralized infection control expert system can improve rates of barrier isolation in patients with MDROs. (
  • Maimonides Medical Center is working with BHIX to offer a health information technology- and HIE-based care coordination program (CCP) to help improve the care of frail elderly patients upon discharge. (
  • 2006;118:290-295), which was still not a positive result, but it at least told clinicians that "these systems could be safely implemented without causing harm to patients," Dr. Longhurst pointed out. (
  • For example, Dr. Longhurst said, Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh initially set up the system so that orders could only be placed for patients once they had physically arrived at the hospital - a restriction that may have been at least partly responsible for the associated increase in mortality, he explained. (
  • These are divided into two categories: (a) capabilities within a hospital (n=20) and (b) capabilities enabling communication with other parts of the health and social care system, and with patients and carers (n=15). (
  • Four years later, after the implementation of the EHR, there were 20.7% recorded pressure ulcers and 30.0% found by physical examination of patients. (
  • The patients received pressure-reducing equipment to a higher degree (51.6%) than documented in the patient record (7.9%) in 2006. (
  • The widely used MIMIC (Medical Information Mart for Intensive Care) critical care database has been developed for more than a decade and contains comprehensive clinical data of patients admitted to the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center in Boston, Massachusetts [1,2]. (
  • Effect of a clinical decision support system on early action on immunological treatment failure in patients with HIV in Kenya: a cluster randomised controlled trial. (
  • The 23-year-old listens intently as they examine patients, records their treatment plans in a laptop computer, and follows up on prescriptions, lab tests, consultations with specialists and anything else the doctors order. (
  • The computerized system is supposed to make doctors more efficient and ensure better care for patients. (
  • I've seen hundreds of chest pain and abdominal pain patients, and I already know the things doctors think about,' said Genove, who is working on a master's degree in public health at UCLA and plans to start medical school next fall. (
  • Audio/visual warning system tracking movements of unattended patients. (
  • Researchers from the Intermountain Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center in Salt Lake City, who studied the DNA of more that 3,500 patients with heart disease, say yes it can. (
  • Dr. Carlquist and his colleagues from the Intermountain Heart Institute at Intermountain Medical Center tested the DNA samples from more than 3,500 heart attack and stroke patients. (
  • The aim was to describe the hospital course of patients admitted to our large, community hospital system for treatment of APAP overdose with particular focus on factors influencing hospital length of stay (LOS). (
  • Kaiser spent $4 billion to create an online system through Microsoft's HealthVault mechanism that includes a portion called "My Health Manager," through which patients can e-mail their doctors, refill prescriptions, and even view their lab results. (
  • However, many of the current inefficiencies in the system come from this very lack of accessibility and transparency that provokes moral hazard or overuse of the system as patients push to get the care they deserve. (
  • The benefits of electronic systems are not limited to patients. (
  • And because medical professionals have incomplete knowledge or incomplete information about a patient, "we order too many tests, patients are called back, and sometimes bad things happen," Middleton says. (
  • And, Middleton says, it will require a national knowledge repository accessible through patients' electronic records, perhaps as a public web service. (
  • Some background: I've been fascinated by charting since medical school, and this memorable post from MedPundit on the evolution of charting stayed with me as I tediously documented findings and thought process on my patients. (
  • I get it when I'm told to leave good records of what I say to my patients. (
  • Providers in separate networks are preparing to share patients' records more widely online - to better coordinate care and cut wasteful spending. (
  • Under federal health privacy laws, patients must sign a standard permission form for providers to share their medical information for purposes of treatment and billing. (
  • Dr. JudyAnn Bigby, Patrick's secretary of Health and Human Services, is overseeing what will be the first statewide "health information exchange,'' which will enable providers in different networks to share patient records online - but only with patients' permission, she said. (
  • If I'm successful," he said, "patients will have a safer, smoother, and more satisfying experience when they interact with the [health-care] delivery system, and it will cost the country less than it does now. (
  • They also reviewed 35 laboratory, imaging, and consultation reports, filled a dozen prescriptions, handled 17 e-mails, and made 24 phone calls to patients and to other medical professionals. (
  • Charles Cullen, 43, who worked at almost every hospital in the Lehigh Valley, was charged with one count of first-degree murder and one count of first-degree attempted homicide in the deaths of two Somerset Medical Center patients earlier this year. (
  • LVH officials said they are re-examining the records of patients who died while Cullen was there but so far have found no problems. (
  • Sadly, there are many patients every day who come into the trauma center with no easily accessible records. (
  • Computerized clinical support systems could reduce the lag time, she said, especially if the systems could tap into a patients medical record. (
  • Problems arise when individual consumer patients move from one medical plan to another, require emergency treatment or any other time individuals require timely access to their complete medical records. (
  • In a population of 39 consecutive outpatient patients referred to the departmental Hypertension clinic of the University Hospital of Salerno Medical School with the first diagnosis of arterial hypertension, the investigators tested the hypothesis that the Fixed achieve a better control of blood pressure than the Free combination. (
  • Our study included 100 patients referred to the Hypertension Clinic of Salerno Medical School Hospital in Salerno, with the first diagnosis of arterial hypertension and in the absence of a previous treatment. (
  • Patients were also excluded if patients had medical and surgical disorders that alter absorption, distribution, metabolism and excretion of drug treatment. (
  • Northern Medical Group is a multi-speciality medical group who is in search of a Licensed Practical Nurse Responsibilities: - Assist provider in examination and treat of patients - Works in collaboration with the providers to assess, plan and. (
  • Smart Charting should not be confused with systems which attempt to circumvent clinicians by trying to computer generate answers, diagnose patients and/or automatically author clinical notes. (
  • Traditionally responsible for communicating information about patients over an entire 24-hour period, the nurse is suddenly required to both adopt and adapt to an entirely new system for handling this same information. (
  • To define further the prognostic impact of urothelial invasion in renal cell carcinoma (RCC) we examined the outcome in patients presenting to our institution with kidney cancer treated with nephrectomy.We reviewed the medical records of 895 patients with RCC who were treated with nephrectomy between 1989 and 1999. (
  • with respect to 1997 TNM stage, Fuhrman grade and University of California-Los Angeles Integrated Staging System stage, comparing patients with and without collecting system invasion. (
  • Overall survival was defined as time from nephrectomy to time of death or last followup.Of the 895 patients 124 (14%) demonstrated collecting system invasion. (
  • We evaluate the outcome vesicoureteral reflux (VUR) in duplicated collecting systems compared to single collecting systems corrected using an extravesical detrusorrhaphy approach.We reviewed the records of 266 patients (422 ureters) treated for VUR using an extravesical approach between 1991 and 2001. (
  • bilateral) or duplicated collecting systems (65, 31 bilateral) in patients not undergoing other concomitant surgery with at least 1 year of postoperative followup. (
  • The treatment guideline/decision support tool used to determine whether patients with penicillin allergy in their medical record could safely receive penicillin-related antibiotics was accessible via this secure smartphone app or hospital desktop computers. (
  • From 10 to 15 percent of hospitalized patients have penicillin allergy in their medical record, but studies have shown that more than 95 percent are not really allergic,' explains Kimberly Blumenthal, MD, MSc, of the Division of Rheumatology, Allergy and Immunology, the Medical Practice Evaluation Center, and the Lawrence Center for Quality and Safety at MGH, co-lead and corresponding author of the JACI paper. (
  • During the first five months, patients on the medical service received standard of care treatment, with testing via either skin test or test dosing conducted only after referral by the primary care team and consultation with an allergy specialist. (
  • A computerized safety checklist that automatically pulls information from patients' electronic medical records was associated with a threefold drop in rates of one serious type of hospital-acquired infection, according to a study by researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine and Lucile Packard Children's Hospital Stanford. (
  • Paper title, author and corresponding author(s) names should be the same to the submitted paper and on the submission system (effective January 2017). (
  • Do drug interaction alerts between a chemotherapy order-entry system and an electronic medical record affect clinician behavior? (
  • Weingart SN, Zhu J, Young-Hong J, Vermilya HB, Hassett M. Do drug interaction alerts between a chemotherapy order-entry system and an electronic medical record affect clinician behavior? (
  • This includes, in many cases, ensuring a fully functional electronic medical record and installing a computerized provider order entry system. (
  • Scribes are filling a necessary niche as doctors make the wrenching transition from old-fashioned paper charts to 21st century electronic medical records. (
  • Cost and security concerns about bringing health care record keeping into the 21st century through electronic health records (EHR) have led to a call for an effective regulatory and oversight system from a pair of Case Western Reserve University professors. (
  • Taiwan's new single payer system (adopted in 1996) has improved access to care (before its adoption, 40 percent of the population was uninsured), controlled costs, and is model of efficiency. (
  • 1. Czech health care organization and health care information systems. (
  • A system and method for providing for efficient storage and organization of individual users specific medical history records (60). (
  • 1 , 2 This technology brings the medical record and health information into the examination room through computer hardware and software, patient education materials, and Internet search capabilities. (
  • A search was performed in the computerized medical records system of our institution, a tertiary academic hospital. (
  • Search for terms x × Study Record Detail Saved Studies Save this study Warning You have reached the maximum number of saved studies (100). (
  • Your search resulted in 12 " Medical Assistant " jobs in Hudson Valley, NY. (
  • Not only does this take more time than when each patient has only 1 record, but orders for changes in chemotherapy doses or other important medications may also be overlooked, leading to patient mishaps. (
  • Collecting system invasion in renal cell carcinoma: impact on prognosis and future staging strategies. (
  • Computer-based systems for input, storage, display, retrieval, and printing of information contained in a patient's medical record. (
  • This can prove to be really invaluable, as doctors can get immediate access to the patient's medical records and history. (
  • UK general practice lends itself to this type of study because it is a registration base system (one patient registered with one general practitioner (GP)), and practices have been computerised since the 1990s. (
  • Pharmacist and other non-GP vaccination can lead to missing information on the computerised medical record system at General Practice. (
  • Medical histories vary in their depth and focus. (
  • It can then analyze the individual user medical record information (62) and determine if any of the information packages correspond to the individuals medical histories (62). (
  • In present systems most individual medical histories are collections of separate files located across a number of doctor, clinic and hospital files. (
  • More work needs to be done to figure out how these differences arise, Dr. Longhurst agreed, although studies suggest that outcomes depend on choices made by people during implementation, rather than on any software differences between systems. (
  • With the introduction of bar-coding technology and the implementation of an interfaced network, the Accident and Emergency Information System version 1.0 was launched at the Prince of Wales Hospital in March 1993. (
  • Medical Records Systems, Computerized" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus, MeSH (Medical Subject Headings) . (
  • We constructed a computerized reminder system, integrated with existing data sources maintained by the infection control service. (
  • We conclude that a computerized reminder system can dramatically increase the clinical impact of data sources maintained by hospital Infection Control services. (
  • Among many factors influencing the profession of health-care epidemiology and infection control in the 1990s, three were deemed to have the most potent impact: health-care value purchasing, the increasing complexity of health-care systems and health care, and advances in medical information technology. (
  • The Computerized Severity Index (CSI) is a commercially available scoring system for hospital inpatients. (
  • Patient preferences in controlling access to their electronic health records: a prospective cohort study in primary care. (
  • About 31 percent of hospital emergency departments, 29 percent of outpatient departments, and 17 percent of doctors' offices have electronic medical records to support patient care, as reported in CDC's ambulatory medical care surveys, conducted from 2001 to 2003. (
  • The use of electronic records in health care lags far behind the computerization of information in other sectors of the economy. (
  • In health care, billing applications were the first to be computerized. (
  • To help bring health care into the information age, President Bush called for the majority of Americans to have electronic health records within 10 years and established the role of a National Coordinator for Health Information Technology in order to realize this goal. (
  • Electronic medical records and computerized systems offer opportunities to improve the quality of medical care in all settings as health care providers learn the potential of these systems and how to use them," said Catharine W. Burt, Ed.D., lead author of the study. (
  • Items on the use of electronic medical records were added to these comprehensive surveys of medical care providers to track important changes in their use of information technology. (
  • Electronic recording and reporting for tuberculosis care and control. (
  • ambulatory care c physician medical practice c NAMCS from NAMCS physician data. (
  • As medication errors are the most common source of medical injury, and a special hazard in cancer care, we have several processes in place to help prevent these errors. (
  • The PIC database builds upon the success of the widely used MIMIC (Medical Information Mart for Intensive Care) database, and extends the approach into the field of paediatric critical care. (
  • Our medical malpractice attorneys help people get fair compensation for their losses due to health care provider's negligence. (
  • Clinical informaticians, also known as clinical informaticists, transform health care by analyzing, designing, implementing, and evaluating information and communication systems that enhance individual and population health outcomes, improve [patient] care, and strengthen the clinician-patient relationship. (
  • Stineman MG, Ross RN, Maislin G. Functional status measures for integrating medical and social care. (
  • Children and adolescents who enter foster care often do so with complicated and serious medical, mental health, developmental, oral health, and psychosocial problems rooted in their history of childhood trauma. (
  • The foster care system in the United States evolved over the last century as a means of providing care and protection to children and adolescents removed from their family of origin (predominantly for reasons of abuse and/or neglect and imminent safety concerns). (
  • The goal of the foster care system is to provide for the health, safety, and well-being of children and adolescents while fostering reunification or an alternative permanency arrangement (adoption, guardianship, placement with relatives, or independent living) when reunification is not possible. (
  • Therefore, although the ensuing discussion and recommendations focus on children in foster care, they are relevant to all children who come into contact with the child welfare system. (
  • The use of electronic medical records can improve the technical quality of care, but requires a computer in the exam room. (
  • Blendon RJ, Schoen C, Desroches C, Osborn R, Zapert K. Common concerns amid diverse systems: health care experiences in five countries. (
  • About half of the time, doctors fall short of providing quality medical care as defined by national guidelines, according to a 2003 paper in the New England Journal of Medicine . (
  • Middleton and his colleagues are trying to build a safer, higher quality, and lower cost health care system right now. (
  • Capital Care Medical Group is a physician-owned medical . (
  • Primary Physician's Health Care office in Albany is looking for a full time Front desk receptionist in a medical setting. (
  • My experience in Europe and Canada shows that the U.S. is way behind in any decent care let alone the administration and computerized 'uniform' medical administration. (
  • Large groups of health care practitioners typically spend countless hours devoted to the design and maintenance of the system. (
  • Both the House and Senate health care cost-control bills passed this spring require the state to create a system for sharing records across provider networks. (
  • The computerized system allowed more coordination of care and, interestingly, allowed Baron to measure exactly how his doctors spent their days. (
  • For nearly 60 years, St. Jude Medical Center has met the needs of the community, by offering the highest quality care with compassion and respect. (
  • St. Jude Medical Center has proudly served Southern California for over six decades, offering compassionate care of the highest quality. (
  • But as the medical needs of this community continue to grow, so does the importance of those willing to give to ensure state-of-the-art care. (
  • History-taking may be comprehensive history taking (a fixed and extensive set of questions are asked, as practiced only by health care students such as medical students, physician assistant students, or nurse practitioner students) or iterative hypothesis testing (questions are limited and adapted to rule in or out likely diagnoses based on information already obtained, as practiced by busy clinicians). (
  • 15 methods for storing and maintaining medical records is that the information is not organized or structured such that it can be used to optimally identify those individuals who might be interested in particular health care products or services. (
  • Change drivers also affect our health-care system and were reflected in the themes of this decennial conference. (
  • In 1970, the rising cost of medical care in the fee-for-service environment was a major change driver. (
  • Risk management also became an important force, in response to the increase in medical malpractice claims and awareness that health care-associated infections could lead to litigation. (
  • This busy, well established medical practice with locations in Poughkeepsie and Fishkill is seeking a well qualified Patient Care Coordinator. (
  • Nurses, as well as other health care professionals, are increasingly being required to see computers in a new light, as broad information-based systems, rather than just statistically oriented tools. (
  • Diverse health care agencies in widely separate areas of the country now employ totally computerized systems to tend to patient record keeping, accounting and billing, clinical monitoring, personnel staffing, agency security and other administrative tasks. (
  • Although the specific strategies for assisting nurses to become oriented to computer systems were designed and incorporated in a course for graduate students at The University of Texas at Austin School of Nursing (Note 1), the approaches are also relevant for use with nurses of any educational level in clinical health care settings. (
  • The use of electronic health records (EHRs) as an element of community health care is new technology in China. (
  • Schneider's parent, the North Shore-Long Island Jewish Health System, plans to spend $147 million to build a new 149,000-square-foot ambulatory care pavilion, a 93,390-square-foot faculty office building, a 25-bed pediatric intensive-care unit and a 15-bed children's psychiatric unit. (
  • EHR systems could transform health care in the U.S., but their potential will be realized only with careful oversight. (
  • Most Americans would argue against an increase in government regulation, but as Hoffman believes, some regulation in an area like health care record systems is needed. (
  • Electronic health records systems offer great promise for significantly improving health care in the U.S. and around the world," said Hoffman. (
  • While cost savings will be enjoyed primarily by insurers and the government, the expense of purchasing and implementing EHR systems must be absorbed by health care providers. (
  • The information was visible and easy to digest," says Deborah Franzon, MD, the study's senior author and a clinical associate professor of pediatrics and medical director of the hospital's pediatric intensive care unit. (
  • The company provides health software and related services in the areas of practice management, electronic health records, personal health records, and electronic prescribing. (
  • The practice utilizes a completely computerized practice management system and an electronic medical record thus computer skills. (
  • citation needed] Prescriptions may be entered into an electronic medical record system and transmitted electronically to a pharmacy. (
  • d) means responsive to inquiry by an inquiring one of said medical professionals of tentative appointments made for said inquiring one of said medical professionals to electronically transmit to said inquiring one of said medical professionals indicia of tentative appointments made for said inquiring one of said medical professionals. (
  • Today, such tools range from simple alerts, to computerized guidelines that provide recommendations based on electronically stored patient data, to systems that visualize patient data over time or over entire patient populations. (
  • Each patient carries a portable data carrier such as a smart card that contains the patient's complete medical history. (
  • The database system uses an object-oriented update object to distribute data that has been generated when a portable data carrier is not physically present and to automatically distribute data without the necessity of accessing a masterfile. (
  • Study record managers: refer to the Data Element Definitions if submitting registration or results information. (
  • It is focused on getting knowledge about patient data and computerized patient record. (
  • It introduces coding systems - mandatory and optional in terms of Czech legislation, connection of medical information systems, and standards used for transmission of medical data and images. (
  • describe basic structures of medical information systems, - explain fundamental terms of electronic health records, - describe principle of basic methods for processing of data in information systems, - discus advantages and disadvantages of the methods, - work with clinical information system. (
  • 6. Computerized patient record, medical data. (
  • 8. Communication between different information systems, data standards. (
  • 10. Data security, specifics of ethics in medical information systems. (
  • Background A clinical decision support system (CDSS) is a computer program that applies a set of rules to data stored in electronic health records to off er actionable recommendations. (
  • Data management informatiom systems for radiology (RIS). (
  • Systems for collecting and processing data from devices used in anesthesia. (
  • Barcode information systems designed for data management. (
  • The result is that the hospital is forced to maintain 2 systems for ordering and recording data. (
  • Medical records were abstracted for patient demographic data, key factors of overdose, California Poison Control System (CPCS) contact, data regarding hospital course, transfer for liver transplantation, and death. (
  • 2. A system according to claim 1 wherein said master schedule data base is contained in a digital computer. (
  • 3. A system according to claim 1 further including means for periodically updating said master schedule data base. (
  • 5. A system according to claim 1 wherein said master schedule data base further includes means indicating the most recent date of updating said master schedule data base. (
  • 6. A system according to claim 5 wherein said master schedule data base further includes indicia indicative of any tentative bookings made since said most recent date of updating said master schedule data base. (
  • The present invention relates generally to data report generation and distribution, and more specifically, the invention relates to a system for automatically generating and saving highly secured data reports. (
  • It can also receive queries from medical researchers who are interested in obtaining data and analysis based on the individual medical records stored in the system (66). (
  • The HELP (Health Evaluation Through Logical Processing) System at LDS Hospital stores patient data in discrete codes. (
  • All relevant patient data is available in our system for Smart Charting. (
  • Electronic medical records are data-rich and information-poor," says Natalie Pageler, MD, the study's lead author. (
  • Often, the data in electronic medical records is cumbersome for caregivers to use in real time, but the study showed a way to change that. (
  • Studies have shown that such systems can reduce medication errors and adverse drug events while increasing efficiency and turnaround times. (
  • This includes sedation-related issues (abnormalities of major organ systems, previous adverse events with sedation or anesthesia, medication allergies, current medications, potential medication interactions, smoking, alcohol or substance use or abuse). (
  • Effects of computerized clinical decision support systems on practitioner performance and patient outcomes: a systematic review. (
  • Adds senior author Mark Ilgen, Ph.D., "These results highlight the importance of addressing provider behaviors in our efforts to address the opioid epidemic, and the need for large health systems to develop and implement systematic approaches that are flexible enough to allow clinicians to make individual decisions while still reducing the overall prevalence of potentially risky prescribing. (
  • The researchers hope their findings could help other large health systems use their own electronic medical systems as part of a larger initiative to address a key aspect of the nation's epidemic of painkiller overdoses and opioid addiction. (
  • The researchers hope to expand the system to other uses, such as monitoring the recovery of children who have received organ transplants. (
  • Medical malpractice suits continue to be common in markets like the United States, so technologies that increase the precision and accuracy of surgery have obvious appeal. (
  • This figure makes medical malpractice the third leading cause of death in the United States. (
  • We at The Fitzgerald Law Firm are committed to minimizing medical malpractice in the United States. (
  • However, when medical malpractice does occur, we provide support to victims. (
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  • Medical malpractice defense law firm seeking a legal secretary with a minimum of 2+ years of experience. (
  • Some ED information systems are better than others in shielding practitioners from the malpractice malarkey that creeps into charts (by highlighting freetext material, key findings, assessments and plans -- while pushing the checkbox stuff off to the periphery, at least while the patient is still in the ED). (
  • We need to create incentives for providers to adopt electronic medical records and ensure the products they buy will do the job. (
  • Many places have implemented computerized physician order entry, or some tortured version of it, and would do well to adopt suggestions such as the ones outlined in the Guss et al article. (
  • In some instances an agency chooses to adopt a totally computerized system in rapidly sequenced phases over a relatively short period of time. (
  • The knowledge should be useful for helping the nurse adopt the technology and adapt to the system, as well as develop a basic understanding of the effects of computer use on nursing practice. (
  • In an era in which technology is so prevalent, holding on to obsolete record keeping methods is like trying to hold onto melting ice cubes. (
  • It is widely recognized that there are a number of limitations with present systems and methods for organizing, storing and providing access to medical records. (
  • An integrated approach is described for the computerized management of a nephrology department. (
  • Regardless of which approach is selected by a clinical agency for adopting a computer system, the nurse is usually caught in the middle of the change. (
  • The impact of the heparin-induced thrombocytopenia (HIT) computerized alert on provider behaviors and patient outcomes. (
  • Despite having the highest per capita health spending in the world, the U.S. health system ranks very poorly in international comparisons of quality, outcomes, patient satisfaction, and other measures. (
  • However, there were still deficiencies, which mean that patient records did not serve as a valid source of information on pressure-ulcer prevalence and prevention. (
  • This streamlined clinical companion is the fastest and easiest way to keep abreast of the latest medical advances, prevention strategies, and cost-effective treatments. (
  • Effects of computer-based clinical decision support systems on clinician performance and patient outcome. (
  • Several robust electronic systems and tools help our clinical staff with decision support when ordering medications. (
  • This gives doctors real-time access to medical information which can significantly aid their decision-making. (
  • The routine collection of this core set of functions could enhance decision-making at the client, professional, organizational, and policy levels encouraging cooperation among the medical and social service sectors when caring for people with disabilities. (
  • Computerised decision support systems (DSSs) can help reduce these problems. (
  • And one way to do that, he says, is through well-designed clinical decision support (CDS) systems connected to a nationwide knowledge base of best medical evidence. (
  • So how do we get from where we are now to an efficient national decision support system? (
  • It will require a better understanding of what decision support can and can't do-from the simplest rules to the most complex algorithms-and a way to determine the safety of the system itself. (
  • Their report, which has been published online in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, describes how both tested protocols -- use of penicillin allergy skin tests or a computerized guideline/decision support tool -- safely increased the use of penicillin and penicillin-related antibiotics in inpatients. (
  • The impact of a computerized medical record summary system on incidence and length of hospitalization. (
  • Health facilities were randomly assigned (1: 1), via block randomisation (block size of two) with a computer-generated random number sequence, to use electronic health records either alone (control) or with CDSS (intervention). (
  • Each intervention was categorized into one or more non-exclusive category of education, audit and feedback, system based, or incentive or penalty. (
  • In these electronic systems, the computer compares the order against standards for dosing, checks for allergies or drug interactions, and warns of potential patient problems. (
  • Computer records are maintained in a secure, password protected computer system. (
  • The global market for medical robotics and computer-assisted surgical (MRCAS) equipment was worth nearly $2 billion in 2010. (
  • These computers, electronic equipment, and instruments are referred to collectively as medical robotics and computer-assisted surgery (MRCAS) or, more dramatically, "the operating room of the future. (
  • An information system includes a client component resident on a computer of the user, a server, and a database storage unit. (
  • Work will involve substantial computer-based work in the VA Computerized Medical Support Record System (CPRS). (
  • Because she lived in another part of the city, her records were in the computer at another hospital. (
  • The shift to computer-based systems in clinical settings affects many nurses who are unfamiliar with computers. (
  • The article describes effective strategies for helping nurses in either clinical or educational settings to overcome their fears and learn to use computer-based information systems. (
  • A common pattern for a health agency's adopting a computer system consists of a gradual shift to the technology. (
  • Gradually, more and more tasks are assigned to the computer, resulting eventually in a completely computer-based information system. (
  • The time allotted for personnel orientation to and adaptation to computer systems is correspondingly brief. (
  • However, if a nurse searches independently for practical and realistic information about clinically-based computer systems, she will find only a limited amount of usable and relevant information. (
  • The end result: it is difficult for an individual nurse to learn about and adapt to clinical computer systems independently. (
  • The pair realized the dramatic implications of EHR systems for both law and computer science and the need for further study in a discussion over dinner. (
  • followed by the history of present illness (to characterize the nature of the symptom(s) or concern(s)), the past medical history, the past surgical history, the family history, the social history, their medications, their allergies, and a review of systems (where a comprehensive inquiry of symptoms potentially affecting the rest of the body is briefly performed to ensure nothing serious has been missed). (
  • RESULTS This study identified 14 factors that influence how EHRs are used and perceived in medical practice today. (
  • Some companies, such as Kaiser Permanente, have recognized the many perks of going paperless by creating electronic health records (EHRs) via health information technology (HIT). (
  • This totally computerized system slowly expands, eventually including patient record keeping systems, utilization review processes and patient record auditing. (
  • Students will also be presented with: an examination of legal and ethical issues related to the practice of physical therapy, patient"s rights and responsibilities, confidentiality of patient information, discussion of structure and services of the American Physical Therapy Association, reimbursement systems and fiscal considerations of providers and consumers of physical therapy services, quality assurance and assessment in the delivery of physical therapy, and basic communication techniques. (
  • Reading and interpreting medical records and examination of a variety of evaluation and assessment forms. (

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