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Acceptance and Usability of Computer Kiosks that Enable Patients to Contribute Health Information Directly into a Health Information Exchange for Use in Clinical Decision Support
- November 01, 2009
Duke University’s School of Medicine studies the acceptance and usability of computer kiosks set up in the Duke University Medical Center for patients to utilize to provide health information directly into a HIE for use in CDS at the facility.
Clinical Practice Improvement and Redesign: How Change in Workflow Can Be Supported by Clinical Decision Support
- June 01, 2009
This whitepaper from AHRQ explores the role that clinical decision support can play in redesigning a more effective workflow for clinicians.
- May 01, 2011
This whitepaper “contains a collection of practical recommendations and references that can inform the design of CDS with the goal of achieving optimal human-computer interaction.”
- 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.
- January 01, 2012
This whitepaper investigates the perceived usability and acceptance of a data warehouse designed with the purpose of helping pediatricians in the assessment of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).