HIT Evaluation

The Many Faces of the Electronic Health Record

by Jerome Carter on March 31, 2014 · 1 comment

Electronic health records are catching on.  Adoption rates are climbing, and there are more products,  more articles, more seminars, more complaints, and more debates.   Do EHR systems save money? Do they improve care? Do they lower productivity? Are they difficult to use? Do they make the patient narrative harder to create and follow?   Many discussions […]

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Each of the special topic pages on EHR Science has a Key Articles section.   When selecting articles for these sections, I look for papers that provide fundamental insights of some type.  For example, they may be great introductions to a topic, provide a new technical insight, or offer a new method for analyzing a specific […]