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Evaluation of a commercial electronic medical record (EMR) by primary care physicians 5 years after implementation



Evaluation of a commercial electronic medical record (EMR) by primary care physicians 5 years after implementation



AMIA .. Annual Symposium Proceedings. AMIA Symposium 2005: 1002



Electronic medical records (EMRs) are gaining increasing prominence in the delivery of healthcare, although the focus is primarily on deploying EMRs. Relatively little research has studied the post-implementation of commercial EMRs. Here we present the results of a web-based survey of all the primary care clinicians in our university affiliated, tertiary care health system. The survey evaluated primary care clinician demographics, usage, and ideas for enhancement of the EpicCare EMR, five year after its initial deployment throughout our healthcare system.

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