T/F: EHR can be used interchangeably with EMR.
If a pharmacist need to review patient information and document clinical care in outpatient settings what should they use?
all of the above
What term is used to describe pharmacy information systems?
Which act focused on promoting electronic health records?
T/F: The goal of Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act 2009 was nationwide electronic exchange of health information
How were physicians and health-systems encouraged to promote EHR?
improved patient centered care
Which of the following is correct about "meaningful use?"
professionals and hospitals must meet core objectives
professionals and hospitals must meet clinical quality measures
must meet 3 stages of implementation to receive payment
By 2014, the proportion of hospitals that adopted EHR is which of the following?
Which of the following is NOT benefit of EHR in practice?
increase patient participation in their care
improve quality and convenience of patient care
increase practice efficiencies and cost savings
all of the above are correct
Which of the following is a pitfall of EHR in practice?
lack of interoperability
projected savings have not been realized
new types of errors
The pharmacist is entering the patient's information into the computer while interviewing the patient. The pharmacist is focused on computer screen and not the patient. Which of the following describes the pitfall in this scenario?
computer as a barrier to patient communication
none of the above
Which of the following is NOT a role of the Pharmacist in the EHR in outpatient settings?
review of clinical information
documentation of care
enter orders to be cosigned by prescribers
all of the above are roles
In the real world, how is patient care documented?
a and b