Published on in Vol 6, No 4 (2017): April

Exploring Workarounds Related to Electronic Health Record System Usage: A Study Protocol

Exploring Workarounds Related to Electronic Health Record System Usage: A Study Protocol

Exploring Workarounds Related to Electronic Health Record System Usage: A Study Protocol

Journals

  1. Blijleven V, Koelemeijer K, Jaspers M. SEWA: A framework for sociotechnical analysis of electronic health record system workarounds. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2019;125:71 View
  2. Blijleven V, Koelemeijer K, Jaspers M. Identifying and eliminating inefficiencies in information system usage: A lean perspective. International Journal of Medical Informatics 2017;107:40 View
  3. Blijleven V, Koelemeijer K, Wetzels M, Jaspers M. Workarounds Emerging From Electronic Health Record System Usage: Consequences for Patient Safety, Effectiveness of Care, and Efficiency of Care. JMIR Human Factors 2017;4(4):e27 View
  4. Alkureishi M, Lee W, Webb S, Arora V. Integrating Patient-Centered Electronic Health Record Communication Training into Resident Onboarding: Curriculum Development and Post-Implementation Survey Among Housestaff. JMIR Medical Education 2018;4(1):e1 View
  5. Goff M, Hodgson D, Bailey S, Bresnen M, Elvey R, Checkland K. Ambiguous workarounds in policy piloting in the NHS: Tensions, trade‐offs and legacies of organisational change projects. New Technology, Work and Employment 2021;36(1):17 View
  6. Boonstra A, Jonker T, van Offenbeek M, Vos J. Persisting workarounds in Electronic Health Record System use: types, risks and benefits. BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making 2021;21(1) View
  7. Ting J, Garnett A, Donelle L. Nursing education and training on electronic health record systems: An integrative review. Nurse Education in Practice 2021;55:103168 View