Published on in Vol 13 , No 2 (2011) :Apr-Jun

Parent Satisfaction With the Electronic Medical Record in an Academic Pediatric Rheumatology Practice

Parent Satisfaction With the Electronic Medical Record in an Academic Pediatric Rheumatology Practice

Parent Satisfaction With the Electronic Medical Record in an Academic Pediatric Rheumatology Practice

Journals

  1. Booth A, LeCouteur A, Chur-Hansen A. The impact of the desktop computer on rheumatologist–patient consultations. Clinical Rheumatology 2013;32(3):391 View
  2. Marsh K, Bush R, Connelly C. Exploring perceptions and use of the patient portal by young adults with type 1 diabetes: A qualitative study. Health Informatics Journal 2020;26(4):2586 View
  3. Campos-Castillo C, Anthony D. The double-edged sword of electronic health records: implications for patient disclosure. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2015;22(e1):e130 View
  4. Bush R, Connelly C, Fuller M, Pérez A. Implementation of the Integrated Electronic Patient Portal in the Pediatric Population: A Systematic Review. Telemedicine and e-Health 2016;22(2):144 View
  5. Alkureishi M, Lee W, Lyons M, Press V, Imam S, Nkansah-Amankra A, Werner D, Arora V. Impact of Electronic Medical Record Use on the Patient–Doctor Relationship and Communication: A Systematic Review. Journal of General Internal Medicine 2016;31(5):548 View
  6. Crampton N, Reis S, Shachak A. Computers in the clinical encounter: a scoping review and thematic analysis. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2016;23(3):654 View
  7. Wylie M, Baier R, Gardner R. Perceptions of Electronic Health Record Implementation: A Statewide Survey of Physicians in Rhode Island. The American Journal of Medicine 2014;127(10):1010.e21 View
  8. 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
  9. Mehta V. Reflections on Physician-Patient Interactions in the EHR Era. Otolaryngology–Head and Neck Surgery 2015;153(6):905 View
  10. Singh A, Rhee K, Brennan J, Kuelbs C, El-Kareh R, Fisher E. Whos My Doctor? Using an Electronic Tool to Improve Team Member Identification on an Inpatient Pediatrics Team. Hospital Pediatrics 2016;6(3):157 View
  11. Bush R, Richardson A, Cardona-Grau D, Din H, Kuelbs C, Chiang G. Patient Portal Use in Pediatric Urology—Is it Meaningful Use for Everyone?. Urology Practice 2018;5(4):279 View
  12. Alkureishi M, Lee W, Lyons M, Wroblewski K, Farnan J, Arora V. Electronic-clinical evaluation exercise (e-CEX): A new patient-centered EHR use tool. Patient Education and Counseling 2018;101(3):481 View
  13. 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
  14. Rose S, Hurwitz H, Mercer M, Hizlan S, Gali K, Yu P, Franke C, Martinez K, Stanton M, Faiman M, Rasmussen P, Boissy A. Patient Experience in Virtual Visits Hinges on Technology and the Patient-Clinician Relationship: A Large Survey Study With Open-ended Questions. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2021;23(6):e18488 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Lee W, Alkureishi M. Distracted Doctoring. View
  2. Alkureishi M, Lee W, Frankel R. Health Professionals' Education in the Age of Clinical Information Systems, Mobile Computing and Social Networks. View