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Electronic health record adoption in US hospitals: the emergence of a digital "advanced use" divide

Julia Adler-Milstein, A Jay Holmgren, Peter Kralovec, Chantal Worzala, Talisha Searcy, Vaishali Patel
2017 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
While the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act resulted in widespread hospital EHR adoption, use of advanced EHR functions lags and a digital divide appears to be emerging  ...  To assess a digital "advanced use" divide, we ran logistic regression models to identify hospital characteristics associated with high adoption in each advanced use domain.  ...  We assess the potential emergence of a digital "advanced use" divide by examining whether certain types of hospitals -in particular, small, rural, safety-net hospitals -are less likely to have adopted  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocx080 pmid:29016973 pmcid:PMC7651985 fatcat:vxejgd2rubcwxbams3ahbueq3y

Federal Policies and Initiatives [chapter]

Mark L. Braunstein, Mark L. Braunstein
2012 SpringerBriefs in Computer Science  
the goal of universal adoption of electronic health records by 2014.  ...  Certi fi ed Electronic Health Records First, we need to deal with a terminology issue. Early on the term "electronic medical record" (EMR) was used to designate a computer-based patient chart.  ...  Meaningful Use In 2008 DesRoches et al published a comprehensive physician EHR adoption survey and introduced the distinction between "basic" electronic health record systems and "fully functional" systems  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-1-4614-5629-2_2 fatcat:lndljhoosjejvkope4oaqdaz4y

Telemedicine: Current State and COVID-19 Lessons

Mikhail Zhuravlev, Olga Blagoveshchenskaya
2020 Legal Issues in the Digital Age  
Although telemedicine has been developed and regulated separately by each country, there are general development trends, such as collection and analysis of electronic health records (EHR), devices and  ...  Examples are provided of the solutions that telemedicine can offer in such a difficult period, and the risks due to widespread use of telemedicine are analyzed.  ...  that come with the advanced use of digital health technology.  ... 
doi:10.17323/2713-2749.2020.2.93.143 fatcat:knpmxiatojh7jans4ljgxy36fm

One-year assessment of in-hospital cardiac arrest

M Ahmed, A Kochhar, O Rose
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13683 pmcid:PMC4069412 fatcat:c6kwl4snu5b7hhtlywmjuzpoam

Computing Health Quality Measures Using Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside

Jeffrey G Klann, Shawn N Murphy
2013 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
Acknowledgements The Office of the National Coordinator is deeply grateful to the leaders and key staff from each federal agency involved with the development of this document.  ...  The government's objectives to "Achieve Adoption and Information Exchange through Meaningful Use of Health IT" are: A. Accelerate adoption of electronic health records B.  ...  The use of health IT during a public health emergency can facilitate continuity of care for the impacted population by enabling electronic health information to flow for emergency care.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.2493 pmid:23603227 pmcid:PMC3636801 fatcat:etepfgzbizgphggc63nm6lhvfm

Hospital mortality predictive factors following Rapid Response Team activation

H Palomba, F Piza, M Jaures, A Capone
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13272 pmcid:PMC4068233 fatcat:66zfiyj6uvan5oxiupb6xgce4e

Increasing Access to Care: Telehealth During COVID-19

David A Hoffman
2020 Journal of Law and the Biosciences  
The COVID-19 public health emergency has amplified both the potential value and the challenges with health care providers deploying telehealth solutions.  ...  Federal and state regulators have recognized this potential of telehealth and have quickly changed a variety of laws and regulations to enable health care providers to deploy solutions quickly.  ...  advances in broadband internet access, internet of things devices, electronic health records, and advanced data analytics have created a surge in both interest in, the capability, and the cost efficiency  ... 
doi:10.1093/jlb/lsaa043 pmid:32843985 pmcid:PMC7337821 fatcat:popw5squwfgspmtquhu2juqn3m

Compliance with protective lung ventilation in an Irish teaching hospital

S Chong, E Moloney, M Donnelly, G Fitzpatrick
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13485 pmcid:PMC4069429 fatcat:xabfvqdyszepjlroxi4bi4ok4u

Predictors of poor outcome in out-of-hospital cardiac arrest

JE Petrie, S Brett, R Stümpfle
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13679 pmcid:PMC4069567 fatcat:mi523v7ibfemlbnbyiyptoe75e

Internet of Things for In-Home Health Monitoring Systems: Current Advances, Challenges and Future Directions

Nada Y. Philip, Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues, Honggang Wang, Simon James Fong, Jia Chen
2021 IEEE Journal on Selected Areas in Communications  
Current studies of in-home health monitoring systems presented many benefits including improved safety, quality of life and reduction in hospitalization and cost.  ...  The aim of this paper is three folds: First, review of key factors that drove the adoption and growth of the IoT-based in-home remote monitoring; Second, present the latest advances of IoT based in-home  ...  Interoperability is facilitated through the adoption of electronic health record handling standards e.g. HL7 FHIR to a seamless integration between systems.  ... 
doi:10.1109/jsac.2020.3042421 fatcat:dpq5gog2onaudozf4s2gwsd3o4

Long-term outcome of the Emergency Response Team system in in-hospital cardiac arrest

J Suriyachaisawat, E Surakarn
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13273 pmcid:PMC4068385 fatcat:qynt5g64g5g4fn36tacqg2ermi

COVID-19 Pandemic Waves: 4IR Technology Utilisation in Multi-Sector Economy

Israel Edem Agbehadji, Bankole Osita Awuzie, Alfred Beati Ngowi
2021 Sustainability  
The outcome of this review indicates that the second wave of the pandemic resulted in a lower proportion of patients requiring invasive mechanical ventilation and a lower rate of thrombotic events.  ...  In society, digital certificates, among other digital platforms, have been utilized to assist with the movements of persons who have been vaccinated.  ...  Blockchain technology is widely used in electronic medical record management, drug and supply chain management, health data analysis, etc.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su131810168 fatcat:mqh4hycaozfh5mmn2qih4gejdy

Acute kidney injury of all severity is associated with extended hospitalization after critical illness

JR Prowle, I Kolic, J Purdell-Lewis, CJ Kirwan
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13558 pmcid:PMC4069601 fatcat:4pe2mz5xyzgytcnlbcpg7emxze

Anemia and high hematocrit are associated with in-hospital mortality in emergency department patients with suspected infection

M Jessen, S Skibsted, N Shapiro
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13298 pmcid:PMC4068367 fatcat:hz5zxvzhtnan7izxj3p5dvqj7y

Epidemiology of unplanned intensive care admissions through inhospital referrals at a tertiary referral centre university hospital

J Rigby, N Bradshaw, B Carr, R Matsa
2014 Critical Care  
Prescribing errors occur as commonly as in 10% of UK hospital admissions, costing 8.5 extra bed days per admission, and costing the National Health Service an estimated £1 billion per annum [1].  ...  On each occasion the Limpet photographed the 'thief' and recorded the date and time of access.  ...  References The 28-day survival rates were 73.3%, 40% and 16%, respectively. Conclusion PDF may be a useful blood purifi cation therapy for ALF, but PDF should be performed below a MELD score of 30.  ... 
doi:10.1186/cc13274 pmcid:PMC4068757 fatcat:sgmm36svtzgwlcks42qvehwgny
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