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EHR的實用性:為了改善CIO重視的資訊搜尋所需之物

EHR Usability-CIOs Weigh in On What's Needed to Improve Information Retrieval

出版商 Frost & Sullivan 商品編碼 316326
出版日期 內容資訊 英文 76 Pages
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EHR的實用性:為了改善CIO重視的資訊搜尋所需之物 EHR Usability-CIOs Weigh in On What's Needed to Improve Information Retrieval
出版日期: 2014年10月10日 內容資訊: 英文 76 Pages
簡介

本報告以在美國醫療機關(主要是醫院)運作的IT專業為對象,基於2014年3月∼5月所實施的線上調查結果,以電子病歷(EHR)的利用為焦點提供您主要趨勢,課題,醫療IT支出等相關的系統性資訊。

第1章 摘要整理

第2章 美國的醫院的EHR形勢

  • 政府政策促進EHR的引進
  • 轉換到EHR顯示出醫療機關(提供者)重視IT與措施
  • 定義與有意義的使用目的
  • CMS EHR對合格的提供者和醫院的獎勵計劃之基本
  • EHR對MU的獎勵狀況
  • EHR引進趨勢:HITECH驚人的進步推動成長
  • 醫生的EHR引進趨勢
  • 醫院的EHR引進趨勢
  • 對醫生EHR的不滿意度高升
  • 臨床醫生的幾個共同的EHR課題
  • 影響EHR實用性的主要趨勢

第3章 針對醫療的CIO調查 - 醫療IT支出

  • 調查回答機關的醫療IT支出
  • 年度IT支出的估計
  • IT支出佔總收益的比例
  • 年度平均IT支出的估計(每張床)
  • 年度平均EHR支出的估計(每張床)
  • EHR費的ROI的想法
  • EHR費的ROI的想法(各床尺寸)

第4章 針對醫療的CIO調查 - EHR搜尋功能預測

  • EHR的資訊搜尋經驗優勢
  • EHR資訊搜尋經驗:各床尺寸
  • EHR的資訊搜尋經驗通用方案
  • EHR搜尋問題的原因
  • 改善EHR的資訊搜尋所需的核心技術
  • 改善EHR的資訊搜尋最優先事項
  • 改善EHR的資訊搜尋現在/計劃中欲使用的擴張技術
  • EHR搜尋功能的未來革新
  • 提供EHR的供應商
  • 核心EHR供應商間的終端用戶搜尋公共事業的品質

第5章 調查結果 - 要點和議論

第6章 彙整

第7章 附錄

第8章 關於Frost&Sullivan

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目錄
Product Code: NE62-01-00-00-00

A Frost & Sullivan CIO Survey in US Health IT

Frost & Sullivan conducted an online survey of information technology (IT) professionals working in US healthcare provider organizations (primarily hospitals) from mid-March to mid-May, 2014. The maximum number of respondents was 66; the average number of respondents ranged between 50 and 66. Topics covered in the study include the deployment of electronic health records (EHRs) among US healthcare providers; typical expenditures for EHRs; perceptions of ROI for EHRs; common experience with information retrieval from EHRs; problems encountered with information retrieval from EHRs and the reason for those problems; core technology features needed to improve EHR search functionality; experience with core EHR vendors and the quality of their search utility; and whether providers deploy any additional technology solutions to address search functionality gap.

Key Questions This Study Will Answer

  • What are some of the common concerns and frustrations that healthcare providers encounter with the use of electronic health records (EHRs)?
  • What are healthcare providers spending on EHRs and how do they perceive the ROI for those expenditures?
  • What are some of the key challenges faced by clinician end-users when attempting to retrieve information from their EHR systems?
  • What are the core technology features needed to improve information retrieval from EHRs?
  • Who are some of the leading vendors of EHR systems and how do healthcare providers perceive the quality of the search utility within these systems?
  • Which entities are likely to lead in future innovation to improve EHR search functionality?

Table of Contents

1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

Executive Summary

  • 1. The Use of Electronic Health Records
  • 2. EHR Pain Points
  • 3. Research Highlights
  • 4. Key Questions This Study Will Answer
  • 5. Research Objectives
  • 6. Methodology
  • 7. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Summary of Respondent Demographics
  • 8. CEO's Perspective
  • 9. Executive Summary-3 Big Predictions

2. THE US HOSPITAL EHR LANDSCAPE

The US Hospital EHR Landscape

  • 1. Government Policies Drive EHR Adoption
  • 2. The Transition to EHRs Dominates Healthcare Providers' IT Focus and Efforts
  • 3. Definitions and Purpose of Meaningful Use
  • 4. CMS EHR Incentive Program Basics for Eligible Providers and Hospitals
  • 5. The Status of EHR Incentive Payments for MU
  • 6. EHR Adoption Trends-HITECH has Spurred Impressive Progress
  • 7. Physician EHR Adoption Trends
  • 8. Hospital EHR Adoption Trends
  • 9. Surveys Show Physicians' Growing Frustration with EHRs
  • 10. Some Common EHR Pain Points for Clinicians
  • 11. Key Dynamics Influencing EHR Usability

3. HEALTHCARE CIO SURVEY 2014-HEALTH IT EXPENDITURES

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Health IT Expenditures

  • 1. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Health IT Expenditures* Among Respondent Organizations
  • 2. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Estimated Total Annual IT Spend
  • 3. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-IT Spend as a Percent of Total Revenue
  • 4. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Estimated Average Annual IT Spend per Bed
  • 5. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Estimated Average Annual Spend on EHRs per Bed
  • 6. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Attitude on ROI for EHR Expenditures
  • 7. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Attitude on ROI for EHR Expenditures by Bed Size

4. HEALTHCARE CIO SURVEY 2014-PERSPECTIVES ON EHR SEARCH FUNCTIONALITY

Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Perspectives on EHR Search Functionality

  • 1. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Predominate Experience with Information Retrieval from EHRs
  • 2. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-EHR Information Retrieval Experience by Bed Size
  • 3. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Common Scenarios Encountered With Information Retrieval from EHRs
  • 4. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Causes of EHR Search Problems
  • 5. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Core Technology Features Needed to Improve Information Retrieval from EHRs
  • 6. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Highest Priorities for Improving Information Retrieval from EHRs
  • 7. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Current and Planned Use of Add On Technology to Improve EHR Information Retrieval
  • 8. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Sources of Future Innovation for EHR Search Functionality
  • 9. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Vendors Supplying EHR
  • 10. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Quality of End-User Search Utility Among Core EHR Vendors*

5. SURVEY FINDINGS-KEY TAKEAWAYS AND DISCUSSION

Survey Findings-Key Takeaways and Discussion

  • 1. Experience with EHR Information Retrieval is a Mixed Bag
  • 2. Commons Problems Encountered with Information Retrieval in EHRs
  • 3. Key Causes of EHR Search Problems
  • 4. Core Technology Features Needed To Improve EHR Search
  • 5. Priorities for Improving Information Retrieval
  • 6. Use of Add On Technology to Improve Information Retrieval
  • 7. Sources of Search Functionality Innovation
  • 8. Core EHR Vendors Deployed by Respondents
  • 9. How Core EHR Vendors Rate on Search Functionality

6. THE LAST WORD

The Last Word

  • 1. The Last Word-3 Big Predictions
  • 2. Legal Disclaimer

7. APPENDIX

Appendix

  • 1. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents By Organization Type
  • 2. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents By Professional Role
  • 3. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents By Number of Hospitals in Network
  • 4. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents By Number of Inpatient Beds
  • 5. Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents by Total Annual Revenue for Hospital or Hospital Network
  • 6. Methodology
  • 7. Learn More-Next Steps

8. THE FROST & SULLIVAN STORY

The Frost & Sullivan Story

  • 1. The Frost & Sullivan Story
  • 2. Value Proposition-Future of Your Company & Career
  • 3. Global Perspective
  • 4. Industry Convergence
  • 5. 360° Research Perspective
  • 6. Implementation Excellence
  • 7. Our Blue Ocean Strategy

List of Exhibits

  • The 25th Annual HIMSS Leadership Survey: Top IT Priority - Next Two Years
  • Percentage of Office-Based Physicians with Adoption of a Basic EHR and Possession of a Certified EHR*, US, 2008-2013
  • Percentage of Non-Federal Acute Care Hospitals with Adoption of a Basic EHR and Possession of a Certified EHR*, US, 2008-2013
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Estimated Total Annual IT Spend, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: IT Spend as a Percent of Total Revenue, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Estimated Average Annual IT Spend per Bed, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Estimated Average Annual Spend on EHRs per Bed, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Attitude on ROI for EHR Expenditures, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Attitude on ROI for EHR Expenditures by Bed Size, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Predominate Experience with Information Retrieval from EHRs, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: EHR Information Retrieval Experience by Bed Size, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Common Scenarios Encountered with Information Retrieval from EHRs, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Causes of EHR Search Problems, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Core Technology Features Needed to Improve Information Retrieval from EHRs, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Rank of Highest Priorities for Improving Information Retrieval from EHRs, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Current and Planned Use of Add On Technology to Improve EHR Information Retrieval, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Entities Most Likely to Lead in EHR Search Functionality Innovation, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Vendors Supplying EHR, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014: Vendors Supplying EHR, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents by Organization Type, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents by Professional Role, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents by Number of Hospitals in Network, US,2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents by Number of Inpatient Beds, US, 2014
  • Healthcare CIO Survey 2014-Respondents by Total Annual Revenue for Hospital or Hospital Network, US, 2014
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