Preliminary Instrumentation for the Efficient Use of Web-Based Electronic Health Records
NIST has devised preliminary elements (technical hooks) of a convenient logging method for Web-based electronic health record (EHR) dialogues. These can identify fields, record times spent at each (by whomever), and log a sequence of visits. The next step will be to refine this promising start, to begin building upon it a more polished and user-friendly system. We present our results to gain impressions from users of the worth of simple, open tools for tuning and improving e-record flows and their corresponding with practice workflows.
Computer-Based Medical Systems 2004 Proceedings
eHealth, instrumentation, measurement, monitoring, record flow, world wide web
Preliminary Instrumentation for the Efficient Use of Web-Based Electronic Health Records, Computer-Based Medical Systems 2004 Proceedings
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