Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE)

Flow chart
By Mike Miliard 03:15 pm July 16, 2015
A new study from AHRQ examines "sociotechnical factors and the role they play in mitigating or augmenting health IT’s impacts on workflow." The effect on outpatient settings is not always a good one.
washing hands
By Bernie Monegain 12:32 pm July 09, 2015
In one of four hospitals across the country hand washing -- the best-known way to prevent hospital infections -- is apparently not a priority, according to Leapfrog's new hospital survey.
futuristic technology board
By Mike Miliard 03:10 pm July 06, 2015
Too often, health organizations "make rookie mistakes" in their technology implementations, writes Leapfrog President and CEO Leah Binder. And too often, these rollouts leave hospitals vulnerable to serious patient safety risks.
Tablet and stethoscope
By Stephanie Bouchard 12:08 pm March 25, 2015
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Doctor with patient and parent
By Anthony Vecchione 12:02 pm March 12, 2015
A study determined that a rise in CPOE rates and usage lowered the length of stay 63 percent across 13 of 19 disciplines.
Climbing
By Amanda Burkey 03:14 pm March 09, 2015
The elite group of Stage 7 organizations have overcome many challenges in achieving a paperless environment. Here's a chance to take advantage of their experiences and some lessons to keep in mind as your organization works toward EMR optimization.
Nurses on phones
By Anthony Vecchione 12:51 pm February 27, 2015
Since computerized physician order entry was introduced as a vital part of their technology armamentarium, physicians have argued that, in order for CPOE to be effective, support and guidance are essential.
The number seven
By Bernie Monegain 03:43 pm January 15, 2015
Two hospitals that are part of the MultiCare Health System in Washington State -- and more than 100 of MultiCare's ambulatory clinics -- have landed Stage 7 awards from HIMSS Analytics.
wrecking ball
By Anthony Vecchione 04:11 pm December 23, 2014
Reggio Emilia Hospital was faced with a challenge. Although the 900-bed acute care hospital has a picture archiving and communication system, electronic health record and computerized physician order entry, it needed a final element: an integrated clinical image repository and distribution system.
Lancaster General Health
By Erin McCann 03:57 pm December 22, 2014
A physicians network in the Mid-Atlantic has been awarded the highest level of electronic medical record adoption, joining the only 6 percent of all ambulatory clinics that have achieved this status.

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