Quality And Safety Implications Of Emergency Department Information Systems

Title

Quality And Safety Implications Of Emergency Department Information Systems

Creator

Farley H L; Baumlin K M; Hamedani A G; Cheung D S; Edwards M R; Fuller D C; Genes N; Griffey R T; Kelly J J; McClay J C; Nielson J; Phelan M P; Shapiro J S; Stone-Griffith S; Pines J M

Publisher

Annals of Emergency Medicine

Date

2013
2013-10

Subject

ehr; Emergency Medicine; errors; health-care; implementation; provider order entry; randomized controlled-trial; technology; unintended consequences

Format

Journal Article or Conference Abstract Publication

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Pages

399-407

Issue

4

Volume

62

Citation

Farley H L; Baumlin K M; Hamedani A G; Cheung D S; Edwards M R; Fuller D C; Genes N; Griffey R T; Kelly J J; McClay J C; Nielson J; Phelan M P; Shapiro J S; Stone-Griffith S; Pines J M, “Quality And Safety Implications Of Emergency Department Information Systems,” NEOMED Bibliography Database, accessed May 16, 2021, https://neomed.omeka.net/items/show/9479.

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