Needs Assessment

In the last post, I alluded to the possibility of using software prototyping tools* as aids to EHR usability testing and product selection.   While there are many types of prototyping tools, I have been most intrigued by those that allow the creation of interactive user interfaces.   Using these tools, I have been able to experiment […]


Needs Assessment: Getting There from Here

by Jerome Carter on March 26, 2012 · 0 comments

In my experience, the decision to implement an electronic health record is usually an attempt to solve ongoing practice problems. Whether or not an EHR successfully meets expectations depends on the complexity of the problems and how appropriate an EHR is for solving them.    Some problems are straightforward and readily solved by implementing an EHR–remote […]