Clinical Impact of Intraoperative Electronic Health Record Downtime on Surgical Patients

Harrison, A., Siwani, R., Pickering, B., et al. (2019). Clinical Impact of Intraoperative Electronic Health Record Downtime on Surgical Patients. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association. 26(10):928-933.
The authors examined how electronic health record (EHR) downtime affected patients in the operating room. They found that there was no association between downtime and patient outcomes, post-operative length of stay, or mortality after 30 days.
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