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EHR Adoption Study

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  1. After reviewing the two notes, which would you consider more valuable in treating this patient?
  2. Would you consider the HPI note created by physician narrative or the template-derived HPI more valuable for the following:
  3. How confident are you that the federal government's health information technology and reimbursement standards will lead to higher quality patient health records?
  4. How confident are you that you understand how to get reimbursed by the government for an EHR purchase?
  5. How concerned are you about losing the unique patient story with the transition to point-and-click (template-driven) EHRs?
  6. How important do you feel that including the physician narrative as part of patients’ medical records is to realizing and measuring improved patient outcomes?
  7. Do you currently use an EMR/EHR?  If so, indicate which one.
  8. If you do use an EHR, how long have you been using it for?
  9. If you are not an EHR user, when do you plan to start using an EHR?
  10. Do you agree with the following statement? Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are only as valuable as the data that is captured and made available in them.
  11. How important, if at all, are the following components to an EHR system?
  12. Do you agree that EHRs positively impact the following?
  13. How concerned are you about the following obstacles regarding EHR adoption?
  14. What do you see as an incentive to drive national EHR adoption?
  15. I think capturing physician narrative as part of the documentation process is necessary for complete and quality patient notes.
  16. How important are the following as a qualification proof-point for healthcare provider organizations to receive stimulus reimbursement as part of their meaningful EHR use?
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