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Study examines how inpatient EHR access affects clinicians' workload

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 31, 2015

Researchers looked at 50 patients who were given access to their EHRs during hospitalization and found that 82% felt they better understood their medical conditions as a result, while 60% said they better understood instructions. However, 36% of physicians and half of nurses said giving patients EHR access increased their workloads. The study was reported in JAMA Internal Medicine. Health Data Management (03/27)


Health IT plays important role in Obama's health care cost program

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 31, 2015

CIO lists indicators of a security-focused organizational culture

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Expert: Better HIT design can improve patient engagement

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

San Diego provider to implement Epic EHR system

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

EHR certifiers oppose "in-the-field surveillance"

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Patients weigh in on physicians' use of IT tools during appointments

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 31, 2015

Report: Revenues of connected health, fitness device market to reach $1.8B in 2019

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

Many doctors, patients find mobile apps beneficial, survey says

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 26, 2015

HHS technology leader to leave post

CHIME's Healthcare CIO SmartBrief | Mar 31, 2015


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