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Slide Presentation of the 2007 Annual Meeting of AHRQ

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  • EHRS Overall Satisfaction Opportunity Ranks—Low Rating, High Importance
  • EHRS Training Overall Satisfaction Opportunity Ranks—Low Rating, High Importance
  • Impact of EHRS Opportunity Ranks—Low Rating, High Importance

EHRS Overall Satisfaction Opportunity Ranks—Low Rating, High Importance

a. Access to EHRS workstations (4.0, 0.7): 11, 9
c. The completeness of clinical information for each patient (4.0, 0.5): 8, 8
b. System availability of EHRS (4.4, 0.4): 3, 3

EHRS Training Overall Satisfaction Opportunity Ranks—Low Rating, High Importance

b. Overall ongoing support (3.7, 0.7): 15, 11
e. The usefulness of training manuals and materials when needed information (3.2, 0.5): 11, 11
c. How training applied to my job duties (4.3, 0.7): 10, 9
a. Overall training (4.3, 0.7): 8, 7
g. The support available to me the day I started using the EHR (4.3, 0.6): 7, 5

Impact of EHRS Opportunity Ranks—Low Rating, High Importance

g. Your ability to assemble condition-relevant information for your patients with chronic disease? (3.7, 0.3): 24
f. Your ability to consistently identify which of your patients have chronic disease? (3.8, 0.4): 23
n. Your team's ability to deliver quality care to each patient, every time? (3.9, 0.5) 21
c. Overall patient visit workflow (3.2, 0.2): 21
b. Overall point of care clinical practice (4.1, 0.6): 19
o. The continuity of care your organization is able to deliver? (4.1, 0.4): 17
k. Your ability to avoid prescribing a medication to which the patient has a known allergy? (3.9, 0.3): 17
h. Your ability to assess what interventions are needed by your patients with chronic disease? (3.8, 0.2): 17
i. Your ability to deliver chronic disease related care more consistently? (3.8, 0.1): 15
a. Overall access to information (4.5, 0.4): 14
m. Your ability to provide patient education and self-management information materials? (3.8, 0.1): 13
l. Your ability to avoid prescribing a medication that would interact with another medication the patient is taking? (0.4, 0.2): 13
j. Your ability to find information on known allergies? (3.8, 0.0): 11
d. Your ability to find patient medical records when you need them during clinic hours? (4.6, 0.3): 10
e. Your ability to find patient medical records when you need them outside of normal clinic hours? (4.7, 0.1): 4


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