CPOES

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CPOESComputerized Physician Order Entry System
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The body of research is limited to the evaluation of proper medication dosing and the reduction in medication errors, even though there are studies that show a slightly negative effect of computerized physician order entry systems due to "alert fatigue," (9) the phenomenon by which alerts lose all effectiveness due to the sheer number of alerts with which the physician is inundated.
Adoption of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems." Health Affairs 24 (6): 1654-63.
First, in the computerized physician order entry system, Myco/F Lytic culture was given a more specific name--that is, "Blood Culture for Dimorphic Fungi and Mycobacteria"--replacing the previous name, "Fungal/Mycobacterial Blood Culture." Second, we removed the Myco/F Lytic test from the blood test ordering screen.
The global revenues of the computerized physician order entry systems market are projected to escalate up to US$ 1.48 Bn in 2020, up from US$ 999.4 Mn, recorded in 2014.
Computerized physician order entry systems make the drudgery of the end of month order reconciliation go away.
The study was conducted for the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative and the New England Healthcare Institute, both of which advocate for adoption of computerized physician order entry systems at hospitals.
"EMR Advisor" is a monthly newsletter designed to optimize investments in electronic medical record and computerized physician order entry systems. Targeted to health care organizations, editorial is designed to help readers lower costs and increase productivity, and covers such topics as liability, quality, data collection and analysis, coding, physician relations, disease management and compliance.
The report, Role of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in Facilitating Medication Errors', identified 22 situations in which the CPOE system increased the probability of medication errors.
The new book will not comfort hospital administrators struggling to install computerized physician order entry systems or to comply with patient safety standards set by the two leading watchdogs: the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) and The Leapfrog Group.
Review of the Evidence of the Impact of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems on Medication Errors." Health Services Research 43 (1, Part 1): 32-53.
EMR Advisor is a monthly newsletter covering developments relating to electronic medical record and computerized physician order entry systems. An annual subscription costs $327.
By year's end, at least one-third of all physicians will be routinely using an electronic health record, and one-third of hospitals will have adopted computerized physician order entry systems. That's just one of the many items on the Commonwealth Fund's "Wish List" to improve health care in 2004.
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