Inpatient EHR User Experience and Hospital EHR Safety Performance

Classen, D., Longhurst, C., Davis, T. (2023). Inpatient EHR User Experience and Hospital EHR Safety Performance. JAMA Network Open. 6(9):e2333152.
The authors conducted a cross-sectional study to understand how health care workers’ perceived usability (i.e.,” the effectiveness, efficiency, and satisfaction with which specified users achieve specified goals in particular environments”) of electronic health record (EHR) systems impacts hospital safety performance of the EHR. They found a positive association between the two variables and, with the strongest relationships involving integration, functionality, efficiency, time, and ease of learning the system. The authors suggest that involving users in the development and upgrades to EHR programs.
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