The Comparative Effectiveness of 2 Electronic Prescribing Systems
This is a comparative effectiveness study that evaluates the safety effects of 2 types of commercially available electronic prescribing systems.
Public Attitudes Toward Health Information Exchange: Perceived Benefits and Concerns
Greater consumer participation in determining how HIE occurs could engender greater trust among all demographic groups, regardless of varying levels of privacy and security concerns.
Technology-Driven Intervention to Improve Hypertension Outcomes in Community Health Centers
Health information technology that is implemented as part of a multifaceted quality improvement initiative can lead to improvements in hypertension care and outcomes.
Qualitative Evaluation to Explain Success of Multifaceted Technology-Driven Hypertension Intervention
A qualitative process evaluation attributes the success of a technology-driven hypertension intervention to the combination of multiple intervention components framed as quality improvement.
Use of Health Information Technology to Improve Medication Adherence
Automated telephone reminders resulted in a small but significant increase in adherence to inhaled corticosteroids among adult asthma patients in a large managed care organization.
Meaningful Use of Health Information Technology: Evidence Suggests Benefits and Challenges Lie Ahead
The authors discuss the wide-reaching impact of legislation spurring the adoption of health information technology and provide an overview of the content found in this special issue.
Progress Toward Meaningful Use: Hospitals' Adoption of Electronic Health Records
Broad enthusiasm exists among hospitals for participation in Meaningful Use. However, many hospitals have a long road ahead to implement the advanced systems required for the program.
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