Implementing Measurement Science for Electronic Health Record Use – JAMA (free for a limited period)
Related: Opinion – “The EMR has changed the doctor-patient duet into a ménage-à-trois” (resources on the subject) AND Study: Association Between Perceived Electronic Health Record Usability and Professional Burnout (study and commentaries) AND The future of electronic health records – Nature
Commentaries on Twitter
To optimize #EHR design, implementation, and regulation, EHR use measures must be developed that are trustworthy, clinically important, scientifically sound, transparent, and feasible for implementation.
— Eugenio Santoro (@eugeniosantoro) April 11, 2021
"Drawing attention to the EHR user experience with empirical measurements could add visibility and transparency to what is happening—the hours wasted and the risks incurred—that could stimulate usability improvements." https://t.co/WCzuo288Bp
— Janos Kalman (@kalman_jl) April 9, 2021