CPOE

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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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Computerized physician order entry is fully integrated within all federal health system components including medication, laboratory, and radiology ordering.
"We have implemented the Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) functionality, supported by clinical decision support, to offer best practice and evidence-based clinical guidance to our physicians.
As hospitals and health care providers throughout the nation evaluate the impact of the 2009 American Recovery and Reinvestment Act, provisions in the package that call for the "meaningful use" of electronic medical records are prompting rapid growth in the implementation of computerized physician order entry (CPOE).
Although the second-stage regressions are not sufficient to test the hypotheses, they provide some evidence to evaluate the impact of adoption on salary costs and process quality after factoring out computerized physician order entry (CPOE) usage.
Literature review and risk mitigation strategy for unintended consequences of computerized physician order entry. Nursing EconomicS, 31(1), 27-31.
One triad of technologies: computerized physician order entry (CPOE), bar-coded medication administration (BCMA) and "smart IV pumps" will result in safer medication administration.
Orders placed through the computerized physician order entry system were used to determine which form of tetanus vaccine the physician ordered.
"Effect of Computerized Physician Order Entry and a Team Intervention on Prevention of Serious Medication Errors." The Journal of the American Medical Association 280 (15): 1311-6.
Computerized physician order entry (CPOE) systems with decision support provide advice, such as recommended drug dosages, and warnings, for example, about patient drug allergies or drug-drug interactions, as physicians use the computer software to order patient medications.
It should be noted that Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) is greatly emphasized under HITECH, with the objective that 80% of orders be entered through the EHR.
Other topics examined include automatic indexing in a drug information portal, computerized physician order entry, and the PSIP approach to account for human factors in ADEs.
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