OPEN Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA | 30 Dec 2016
S Menon, H Singh, TD Giardina, WL Rayburn, BP Davis, EM Russo and DF Sittig
Methods to identify and study safety risks of electronic health records (EHRs) are underdeveloped and largely depend on limited end-user reports. “Safety huddles” have been found useful in creating a sense of collective situational awareness that increases an organization’s capacity to respond to safety concerns. We explored the use of safety huddles for identifying and learning about EHR-related safety concerns.
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