The Fall 2014 issue of Perspectives in Health Information Management features a research study examining the benefits and barriers to computerized provider order entry adoption in hospitals; a case study on successful meaningful use attestation process; and an examination to determine how relevant and actionable data can be better formatted in the after visit study. Read the full issue here. Learn more about submission guidelines here.
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