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- July 01, 2003
This whitepaper describes work to “modify the traditional heuristic evaluation method of assessing software usability so that it can be applied to medical devices and used to evaluate the patient safety of those devices through the identification and assessment of usability problems.”
- November 01, 2002
This whitepaper presents a case study and analysis to “illustrate the crucial role of human factors engineering (HFE) in patient safety."
- May 01, 2014
This report looks specifically at the subject of improving of service user experience in maternity services within the NHS.
- April 01, 2013
This resource provided by the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) includes presentations from the April 2013 NIST-sponsored event “Supporting Patient Safety through EHR Design”.
Preventing Medication Errors in Long-Term Care: Results and Evaluation of a Large Scale Web-based Error Reporting System
- August 01, 2007
This evaluation study explores the usability of a web-based reporting system tracking medication errors in long-term care settings in North Carolina.
- October 01, 2011
This white paper reviews lessons learned during the usability testing of the Department of Veteran’s Affairs MyHealtheVet, the VA’s personal health record program.
- September 01, 2009
This white paper “evaluates the usability of patient portals for parents of children with cystic fibrosis, diabetes or arthritis.”
- October 01, 2014
This blog post discusses the general usability principles one should consider regarding their drug-drug interaction checkers as part of a clinical decision support tool.
- October 01, 2014
This blog post discusses the general usability principles one should consider regarding their clinical decision support tools.
How Usability of a Web-Based Clinical Decision Support System Has the Potential to Contribute to Adverse Medical Events
- January 01, 2008
This study looks at “usability of the graphical user interface might contribute to potential adverse medical events” regarding pneumonia and neutropenic fever.