Design and Evaluation of an Integrated, Patient-Focused Electronic Health Record Display for Emergency Medicine.

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Summary of "Design and Evaluation of an Integrated, Patient-Focused Electronic Health Record Display for Emergency Medicine."

 Hospital emergency departments (EDs) are dynamic environments, involving coordination and shared decision making by staff who care for multiple patients simultaneously. While computerized information systems have been widely adopted in such clinical environments, serious issues have been raised related to their usability and effectiveness. In particular, there is a need to support clinicians to communicate and maintain awareness of a patient's health status, and progress through the ED plan of care.


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Name: Applied clinical informatics
ISSN: 1869-0327
Pages: 693-706


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