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Electronic Health Records in Specialty Care: A Time-Motion Study. HELEN G. LO, LISA P. NEWMARK, CATHERINE YOON, MS, LYNN A. VOLK, MHS, VIRGINIA L. CARLSON, ANNE F. KITTLER, MARGARET LIPPINCOTT, TIFFANY WANG, DAVID W. BATES MD, MSC. Method. Method. Purposes of Analysis.

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electronic health records in specialty care a time motion study

Electronic Health Records in Specialty Care: A Time-Motion Study

HELEN G. LO, LISA P. NEWMARK, CATHERINE YOON, MS, LYNN A. VOLK, MHS, VIRGINIA L. CARLSON,

ANNE F. KITTLER, MARGARET LIPPINCOTT, TIFFANY WANG, DAVID W. BATES MD, MSC

purposes of analysis
Purposes of Analysis
  • 85 unique activities
  • Direct Patient Care
  • Indirect Patient Care:Write
  • Indirect Patient Care:Read
  • IndirectPatient Care:Other
  • Administrative
  • Miscellaneous
conclusion
Conclusion
  • EHR uses in these specialty clinics did not result in a significant difference in clinic visit time.
  • EHRs have great potential to improve the quality and satisfaction in health care. Adoption, however, is contingent upon addressing barriers, particularly concerns over time and workflow