Health Information Technology for Ambulatory Care in Health Systems
Health systems are important in driving electronic health record adoption in ambulatory clinics, although the uptake of key functionalities varies across systems.
Trends in the Use of Clinical Decision Support by Health System–Affiliated Ambulatory Clinics in the United States, 2014-2016
Use of clinical decision support (CDS) in ambulatory clinics is increasing but remains modest. The CDS function with the greatest use is basic medication screening, which increased from 52% of clinics nationally in 2014 to 61% in 2016.
Knowledge Gaps Inhibit Health IT Development for Coordinating Complex Patients' Care
This study examines the leading edge of health information technology used to coordinate the care of complex patients.
Health Information Technology Adoption in California Community Health Centers
This study examined the adoption of health information technology-electronic health records, health information exchange, and patient engagement-by California state community health centers.
The Value of Health Information Technology: Filling the Knowledge Gap
Studies of health information technology have not kept up with the evolving needs of the healthcare system. We explain how to set them straight.
Paying for Telemedicine
With effective methods of promoting telemedicine yet to be established, new risk-based payment models offer the greatest potential for telemedicine's effective and efficient use.
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