Health Informatics Evaluation: Evaluating Electronic Health Record Deployments
Deployment of electronic health record systems will have many impacts on clinical practice and have the potential to make improvements to the quality of health care, safety, efficiency and patient experience. This PhD research opportunity will allow you to engage with current national developments in health record deployment and contribute to the important and contemporary research in this area.
Electronic Health Records promise to allow new capabilities within the health system. However many technical, health workflow, security and privacy issues remain to be addressed. This project will allow the candidate to contribute to evaluating deployments of electronic health records currently underway. Health informatics issues to be considered include clinical workflow, patient safety and organizational dynamics. Collection of data from partner sites and analysis will support findings with relevance to contemporary Australian developments but also of international interest.
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The opportunity ID for this research opportunity is: 1290
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