JHIM Volume 18, Number 1: Computerized Physician Order Entry

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Volume 18, Number 1: Winter 2004

Table of Contents

Focus: Computerized Physician Order Entryg

EDITOR'S INTRODUCTION: The State of CPOE in Healthcare: An Explanation for Our Critics
Richard D. Lang, EdD

CLINICAL: The Value of Computerized Provider Order Entry in Ambulatory Settings
Douglas Johnston, MA; Eric Pan, MD, MSc, and Jan Walker, RN, MBA

Jeffrey C. Bauer, PhD

LEGAL PERSPECTIVE: CPOE-Show me the Benefits!
Karen J. O'Connor, FHIMSS

PHYSICIAN'S PERSPECTIVE: Perks and Pains-The Trails of Information Technology Implementation Initiatives
Johnathan M. Sternlieb, MD, FACG

INDUSTRY LEADERS: An Interview with David Classen, Patient Safety Expert

Focus: CPOE and Patient Safety

Alamance Regional Medical Center Improves Patient Safety with CPOE
Marie DiFrancesco, RN, MBA, and Terri Andrews, RN, MBA

Thinking Beyond CPOE to Integrated IT Strategy and Management
Eric Finch and Christine Mayne

Assessing Recommendations from the IOM's Quality Chasm Report
Nancy Staggers, PhD, RN, FAAN

CPOE Systems: Success Factors and Implementation Issues
Patricia Sengstack, RN, MS, and Brian Gugerty, DNS, RN


The Economic Effect of Implementing and Electronic Medical Record in an Outpatient Clinical Setting
Scott Barlow, MBA, Jeffrey Johnson, MD, and Jamie Steck, MBA

National Health Data Warehouse: Issues to Consider
Lynn A. Blewett, PhD, Stephen T. Parente, PhD, Michael D. Finch, PhD, and Eileen Peterson, RN, MPH

Case Study: A Health Check-Up for the Corporate IT Department
Frank Clark, PhD, and William Kimmerly

Using Business Process Integration and Emerging Technology to Improve Patient Safety
Linda Frank, MBA, RHIA; Heather Galanos, BS, MT, ASCP; Susan Penn, MS, and Harry Wetz Jr., RRT

Physician Use of IT: Results from the Deloitte Research Survey
Robert H. Miller, PhD; John M. Hillman, PhD, MBA; and Ruth S. Given, PhD

Factors Affecting Patient-Physician Communication via the Internet
Douglas P. Slakey, MD, MPH; and Sepehr Nowfar