This study examines prescription data from the University of Pennsylvania Health System outpatient clinics to compare generic medication prescription rates before and after a redesign of the electronic health record display defaults.
This study quantifies the notifications that physicians received via inboxes of commercial electronic health records to estimate their burden.
This study evaluates the appropriateness of free-text notes added by prescribers in a nationally representative electronic prescribing system used in ambulatory care.
This Viewpoint discusses a business case for health information exchange and its effects on clinical care and its improvement of patient outcomes.
This qualitative analysis using electronic medical records from the Department of Veterans Affairs examines the factors influencing the timing of initiation of dialysis in clinical practice.
This study examines resident behavior on an inpatient general medicine service to describe how trainees use the electronic health record to balance education and patient care.
This Viewpoint discusses strategies for prevent overprescribing of opioids while still effectively treating patients in chronic pain.
This study reports that high computer use by clinicians in safety-net clinics was associated with lower patient satisfaction and observable communication differences.
This qualitative study examines how patients older than 75 years share their health information with their caregivers, as well as how elderly patients and their caregivers approach the spectrum of health information sharing and control.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates a proactive tobacco cessation program that addresses sociocontextual mediators of tobacco use for low-socioeconomic-status smokers.
Del Fiol et al systematically review studies that examined the questions that clinicians raise in the context of patient care decision making. See also the invited commentary by Carnahan.