Published on in Vol 3, No 3 (2015): Jul-Sep

JMIR Medical Informatics

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Electronic Health Record-Related Safety Concerns: A Cross-Sectional Survey of Electronic Health Record Users View
Natural Language Processing–Enabled and Conventional Data Capture Methods for Input to Electronic Health Records: A Comparative Usability Study View

JAMIA Open

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Electronic health record (EHR) training program identifies a new tool to quantify the EHR time burden and improves providers’ perceived control over their workload in the EHR View

Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

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Variation in high-priority drug-drug interaction alerts across institutions and electronic health records View
Is research on patient portals attuned to health equity? A scoping review View
Two-year longitudinal assessment of physicians’ perceptions after replacement of a longstanding homegrown electronic health record: does a J-curve of satisfaction really exist? View
A systematic review of the types and causes of prescribing errors generated from using computerized provider order entry systems in primary and secondary care View

International Journal of Pharmacy Practice

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A literature review of the training offered to qualified prescribers to use electronic prescribing systems: why is it so important? View

Journal of the American Geriatrics Society

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Safer Prescribing for Hospitalized Older Adults with an Electronic Health Records‐Based Prescribing Context View

The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology: In Practice

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Drug Reaction with Eosinophilia and Systemic Symptoms (DRESS) Syndrome Identified in the Electronic Health Record Allergy Module View

Journal of Medical Internet Research

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Clinical Decision Support Systems for Drug Allergy Checking: Systematic Review View

Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy

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Community pharmacists’ experiences in mental illness and addictions care: a qualitative study View

Applied Ergonomics

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Health information technology:Fallacies and Sober realities – Redux A homage to Bentzi Karsh and Robert Wears View

JMIR Medical Education

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Integrating Patient-Centered Electronic Health Record Communication Training into Resident Onboarding: Curriculum Development and Post-Implementation Survey Among Housestaff View

Mayo Clinic Proceedings

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Relationship Between Clerical Burden and Characteristics of the Electronic Environment With Physician Burnout and Professional Satisfaction View

BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making

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Electronic Health Record Portal Adoption: a cross country analysis View

BMJ Quality & Safety

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Does Tall Man lettering prevent drug name confusion errors? Incomplete and conflicting evidence suggest need for definitive study View

Obstetrics & Gynecology

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Advanced Research and Data Methods in Women's Health View

Expert Opinion on Drug Safety

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Exploring the potential for using drug indications to prevent look-alike and sound-alike drug errors View

Journal of Information Technology Case and Application Research

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Increasing affordance potency through process improvement: case study of a healthcare system View

BMC Health Services Research

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Theoretical and methodological considerations in evaluating large-scale health information technology change programmes View

International Journal of Medical Informatics

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Diffusion dynamics of electronic health records: A longitudinal observational study comparing data from hospitals in Germany and the United States View

Informatics for Health and Social Care

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Electronic Health Record Portals adoption: Empirical model based on UTAUT2 View

Pharmacy

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Positioning a Paediatric Compounded Non-Sterile Product Electronic Repository (pCNPeRx) within the Health Information Technology Infrastructure View

The Journal of Pediatrics

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Trends in Use of Electronic Health Records in Pediatric Office Settings View

International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health

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Perceived Value of Electronic Medical Records in Community Health Services: A National Cross-Sectional Survey of Primary Care Workers in Mainland China View