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How Regrouping Alerts in Computerized Physician Order Entry Layout Influences Physicians' Prescription Behavior: Results of a Crossover Randomized Trial

Published inJMIR human factors, vol. 3, no. 1, e15
Publication date2016
Abstract

As demonstrated in several publications, low positive predictive value alerts in computerized physician order entry (CPOE) induce fatigue and may interrupt physicians unnecessarily during prescription of medication. Although it is difficult to increase the consideration of medical alerts by physician through an improvement of their predictive value, another approach consists to act on the way they are presented. The interruption management model inspired us to propose an alternative alert display strategy of regrouping the alerts in the screen layout, as a possible solution for reducing the interruption in physicians' workflow.

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WIPFLI, Rolf et al. How Regrouping Alerts in Computerized Physician Order Entry Layout Influences Physicians” Prescription Behavior: Results of a Crossover Randomized Trial. In: JMIR human factors, 2016, vol. 3, n° 1, p. e15. doi: 10.2196/humanfactors.5320
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