CPOE

(redirected from Computerized Practitioner Order Entry)
AcronymDefinition
CPOEComputerized Physician Order Entry
CPOEComputerized Provider Order Entry
CPOEComputerized Prescriber Order Entry
CPOEComputerized Practitioner Order Entry (healthcare)
CPOEComprehensive Preparation of the Operational Environment (NATO)
CPOECenter for Producer Owned Energy (Agricultural Utilization Research Institute; Crookston, MN)
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This year's number two IT priority was a focus on clinical systems such as computerized practitioner order entry, electronic health record (EHRs), or e-prescribing (15%), followed by leveraging information (13%).
The data show that 25% of responding hospitals purchased a computerized practitioner order entry system while only 4.3% mandated its use.
Hospitals Variable Mean or N = 3,927 Frequency Average annual hospital expenditure on IT $2.3 million Percent of total operating expense spent on IT 2.3% Chief information officer has responsibility for biometric technology 14% Hospital uses biometric technology for security 13.8% Hospital plans to purchase biometric technology for security 8.4% Chief information officer has responsibility for telecommunications technology 58% Computerized practitioner order entry (CPOE) system purchased 25% Computerized practitioner order entry (CPOE) system use mandated 4.3% Hospital has contracted to provide IT services to other health care delivery organizations 2.1% SOURCE: HIMSS Analytics[SM] Database, 2005
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