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This cross-sectional study examines primary care physicians’ frequency of attention switching associated with electronic inbox work and identifies potentially modifiable factors associated with attention switching and inbox work duration.
This cohort study uses data from the electronic health records of Kaiser Permanente Southern California members to assess whether the number of doses in a hepatitis B virus vaccine series is associated with completion of the series among US adults.
This qualitative study examines perceptions of the workload burden associated with electronic consultations among a national sample of Veterans Health Administration (VHA) primary care clinicians.
This cohort study attempts to validate the Mental Health Research Network suicide risk–prediction model and estimate associated workloads.
This systematic review and meta-analysis assesses whether the use of airway checklists is associated with improved outcomes in patients undergoing endotracheal intubation.
This cross-sectional survey assesses the association of perceived electronic health record usability with patient interaction and work-life integration among US physicians.
This cross-sectional study examines the association between electronic health record use and fatigue and efficiency among intensive care unit physicians completing a simulation activity in a prominent electronic health record.
This case series examines the safety performance of computerized provider order entry in electronic health record systems in US hospitals from 2009 to 2018.
This cross-sectional study reports the results of a real-time locator system–enabled study of staff time allocation on an inpatient medicine ward.
This cross-sectional study examines whether variations in patient characteristics are associated with physician preferences in self-assigning or selecting patients in the emergency department.
This cross-sectional study of physician behavior examines whether the order and lateness of primary care appointments is associated with opioid prescribing.
In the context of a Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services proposal to simplify evaluation and management (E/M) documentation guidelines by 2021, this Viewpoint reviews the problems with current implementation of review-of-systems history taking in electronic health records (EHRs), including information overload, lack of follow-up of findings, clinical irrelevance to some patients and visits, and dishonesty in documentation.
This cohort study identifies processes of care that are associated with reduced risk of death or recurrent stroke among patients with transient ischemic attack or nonsevere ischemic stroke.
This systematic review and meta-analysis summarizes the published evidence on the association of user-centered data integration and visualization technologies with intensive care clinician performance.
This quality improvement study evaluates the association of primary care clinic appointment time with clinician ordering and patient completion of breast and colorectal cancer screening.
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