Published on in Vol 11, No 3 (2009): Jul-Sep

Ability to Generate Patient Registries Among Practices With and Without Electronic Health Records

Ability to Generate Patient Registries Among Practices With and Without Electronic Health Records

Ability to Generate Patient Registries Among Practices With and Without Electronic Health Records

Journals

  1. Wright A, Maloney F, Feblowitz J. Clinician attitudes toward and use of electronic problem lists: a thematic analysis. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2011;11(1) View
  2. Xue Y, Liang H, Wu X, Gong H, Li B, Zhang Y. Effects of electronic medical record in a Chinese hospital: A time series study. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2012;81(10):683 View
  3. Jayasinghe S. Describing complex clinical scenarios at the bed-side: Is a systems science approach useful? Exploring a novel diagrammatic approach to facilitate clinical reasoning. BMC Medical Education 2016;16(1) View
  4. Archer N, Cocosila M. A Comparison of Physician Pre-Adoption and Adoption Views on Electronic Health Records in Canadian Medical Practices. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2011;13(3):e57 View
  5. Yang P, Cao Y, Liu D, Bai Y, Pan F, Xu Y. The effect of electronic medical record application on the length of stay in a Chinese general hospital: a department- and disease-focused interrupted time-series study. Journal of Medical Systems 2014;38(5) View
  6. Reddy S, Babbott S, Beasley B, Nadkarni M, Gertner E, Holmboe E. Prevalence and Functionality of Electronic Health Records in Internal Medicine Continuity Clinics. Academic Medicine 2010;85(8):1369 View
  7. Sittig D, Wright A, Meltzer S, Simonaitis L, Evans R, Nichol W, Ash J, Middleton B. Comparison of clinical knowledge management capabilities of commercially-available and leading internally-developed electronic health records. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2011;11(1) View
  8. Wright A, Feblowitz J, Maloney F, Henkin S, Bates D. Use of an Electronic Problem List by Primary Care Providers and Specialists. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2012;27(8):968 View
  9. Silfen S, Cha J, Wang J, Land T, Shih S. Patient Characteristics Associated With Smoking Cessation Interventions and Quit Attempt Rates Across 10 Community Health Centers With Electronic Health Records. American Journal of Public Health 2015;105(10):2143 View
  10. van Velthoven M, Lam C, de Cock C, Stenfors T, Chaudhury H, Meinert E. Development of an Innovative Real-World Evidence Registry for the Herpes Simplex Virus: Case Study. JMIR Dermatology 2020;3(1):e16933 View
  11. Fleurant M, Kell R, Love J, Jenter C, Volk L, Zhang F, Bates D, Simon S. Massachusetts E-Health Project Increased Physicians’ Ability To Use Registries, And Signals Progress Toward Better Care. Health Affairs 2011;30(7):1256 View
  12. Wright A, McCoy A, Hickman T, Hilaire D, Borbolla D, Bowes W, Dixon W, Dorr D, Krall M, Malholtra S, Bates D, Sittig D. Problem list completeness in electronic health records: A multi-site study and assessment of success factors. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2015;84(10):784 View
  13. Kannan V, Fish J, Mutz J, Carrington A, Lai K, Davis L, Youngblood J, Rauschuber M, Flores K, Sara E, Bhat D, Willett D. Rapid Development of Specialty Population Registries and Quality Measures from Electronic Health Record Data. Methods of Information in Medicine 2017;56(S 01):e74 View
  14. Boo Y, Noh Y, Kim M, Kim S. A Study of the Difference in Volume of Information in Chief Complaint and Present Illness between Electronic and Paper Medical Records. Health Information Management Journal 2012;41(1):11 View