Computer Physician Order Entry Benefits Costs And Issues Pdf
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The aim of this study is to explore pharmacists and physicians perceptions of their interprofessional communication in the context of the technology and whether electronic messaging and CDS has an impact on this. UHBFT use an established locally developed CPOE system that can facilitate pharmacist-physician communication with the ability to assign a message directly to an electronic prescription.
- Role of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in Facilitating Medication Errors
- Computer physician order entry and clinical decision support systems: Benefits and concerns
- Physician characteristics, attitudes, and use of computerized order entry
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Role of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in Facilitating Medication Errors
Computerized provider order entry CPOE systems allow physicians to prescribe patient services electronically. In hospitals, CPOE essentially eliminates the need for handwritten paper orders and achieves cost savings through increased efficiency. The purpose of this research study was to examine the benefits of and barriers to CPOE adoption in hospitals to determine the effects on medical errors and adverse drug events ADEs and examine cost and savings associated with the implementation of this newly mandated technology. This study followed a methodology using the basic principles of a systematic review and referenced 50 sources. CPOE systems in hospitals were found to be capable of reducing medical errors and ADEs, especially when CPOE systems are bundled with clinical decision support systems designed to alert physicians and other healthcare providers of pending lab or medical errors.
We calculated the order entry rates of attending physicians at 2 hospitals by measuring the number of orders entered directly and dividing this by the sum of orders entered directly and those written by hand. These findings were paired with the results of a survey that assessed attitudes concerning the impact of CPOE on personal efficiency, quality of care, and patient safety. Sex, years since medical school graduation, years in practice at the study institution, and use of computers in the outpatient arena were not meaningfully different among the 3 groups. However, use of the system to place orders varied by specialty, and those with intermediate or high use of the system were more likely than low users to have used CPOE during training and to be regular users of computers for personal activities. These physicians were more likely to believe that CPOE enabled orders to be placed efficiently, that directly entered orders were carried out more rapidly, and that such orders were associated with fewer errors. The adoption of CPOE by attending physicians at community hospitals varies widely. In addition to purchasing systems that support physician work flow, hospitals intent on successfully implementing CPOE should emphasize the benefits in safety and quality of this new technology.
David C. Avery, DM, David W. Computerized physician order entry CPOE is an application that is used to electronically write physician orders either in the hospital or in the outpatient setting. Hospitals and a smaller percentage of ambulatory clinics. It is linked with clinical decision support, which provides much of the value of implementing it.
Computer physician order entry and clinical decision support systems: Benefits and concerns
Few researchers, however, have focused on the existence or types of medication errors facilitated by CPOE. Participants included house staff, nurses, and hospital leaders. Three quarters of the house staff reported observing each of these error risks, indicating that they occur weekly or more often. Use of multiple qualitative and survey methods identified and quantified error risks not previously considered, offering many opportunities for error reduction. As CPOE systems are implemented, clinicians and hospitals must attend to errors that these systems cause in addition to errors that they prevent.
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Computerized Physician Order Entry has emerged as the greatest potential to decrease medications errors and improve efficiency. A literature review was conducted in systematic stages that included the research data from the last 25 years. Efficiencies were found with a decrease in overall workload of nurses, pharmacists and clerical workers. This led to decreased operating expenses.
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Physician characteristics, attitudes, and use of computerized order entry
Skip to search form Skip to main content You are currently offline. Some features of the site may not work correctly. Research indicates that computerized physician order entry CPOE has the potential to reduce medication errors and adverse drug events and thus improve the quality of care. However, successfully implementing CPOE is difficult and expensive.
In addition, given the absence of a robust ROI literature base, we review the general benefits and potential costs of various health IT applications including electronic health records EHRs , computerized physicians order entry CPOE systems, and clinical decision support systems CDSS. We conclude that articles examining these benefits are much more common than studies examining ROI itself. This trend suggests the early stage of this knowledge base. Additional research utilizing broader perspectives and multidisciplinary techniques will be needed before a better understanding of ROI from health IT is achieved. This is a preview of subscription content, access via your institution.
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