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Additionally, we wanted to move toward a record that would never need to be purged and would have the ability to access, retain and protect other institutional data elements such as policies, protocols and designated order sets--those approved by pharmacy and therapeutics committee as best practices, not the individual physician favorites that most CPOE software allows.
Decisions made as part of this process ultimately provided a strategic pathway to rapid order set development that merged CPOE with industry best practices.
holds the largest share in the North American CPOE market, Mexico is expected to grow at the highest CAGR.
PatientKeeper's CPOE, physician documentation, HIE and other applications run on desktop and laptop computers and virtually all handheld devices and tablets.
Longhurst: My advice is, number one, CPOE is the most massive process change-based disruption that you can introduce into the healthcare process.
Assuming 34 (2 percent X 1,700) of the remaining non-Medicare patients in the practice also were complex diabetic or CHF patients, this would produce $28,900 per year in savings or a total of $54,400 in annual savings (exclusive of the additional savings derived from the use of the CPOE tools).
Approaching CPOE from a Patient Safety and Care Quality Perspective is the First Critical Step Toward Success.
The proposed rule goes on to emphasize that, although employers have discretion to determine what type of credential will assure that their staff has the requisite clinical training to perform the CPOE function, providers may not use "laypersons" for this purpose.
Feedback from these early adopters is very positive," KLAS analyst Mark Allphin wrote in the report, entitled "PatientKeeper 2013: A New Take on Inpatient CPOE.
CPOE, HIT, meaningful use, salary costs, quality outcomes
Most national studies examining CPOE systems have used data from one of two sources: Health Care Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) Analytics (see, e.