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Factors in the Implementation of Clinical Information Systems in Health Services
It is generally believed that electronic medical records (EMRs) and clinical information systems (CISs) are being used extensively in hospitals and health services. EMRs in particular, especially in the hospital sector, have not been adopted as readily as perhaps other CISs. This research will investigate the reasons for this situation and provide a framework for the adoption and continuing use of electronic systems..
The aim of this research it to analyse all reported success and risk factors involved in the outcome of CIS implementation projects and construct a framework that models the relative importance of these factors, their inter-relationships and how they can determine the ultimate successful implementation of a CIS project within a given health care context. An important part of this work is having a means of determining what is meant by a successful implementation of a CIS. This will depend in part on whose perspective is being taken in judging this, but standardising the measures will enable these projects to be assessed uniformly across a number of different settings.
The ability to successfully implement these systems and achieve understood outcomes will rely on an understanding of what the success and risk factors are. This can only be achieved with a framework that can be tested, measured against and has predictive abilities.
This research will involve health professionals across primary, secondary and tertiary health facilities in Western Australia. It will include users, non-users and potential users of a variety of electronic health information systems. This participation will be in the form of focus groups, on-on-one interviews and a self complete data collection instrument.
Anyone interested in finding out more information about this study should contact Julia Logan on 0407 774 612 or at student20635464.uwa.eduau
Success and Risk Factors of Clinical System Implementation
PhD student Julia Logan is investigating frameworks for assessing the success and risk factors of implementing clinical systems in a number of different environments in the primary, secondary and tertiary setting.
Software Testing of Web-based Systems
PhD student Deepak Garg is investigating the impact of types of testing on reliability of web-based systems.
eHealth and Clinical Protocols in Medical Negligence
Assoc Prof David Glance is investigating the role of eHealth and clinical protocols in medical negligence
Dr Wilson Wong is conducting research and development on new techniques to enable the effective computer analysis of unstructured clinical information (e.g. admission notes, progress notes, laboratory reports). The results of the automated analysis of clinical text are used to improve the accessibility and interpretation of crucial clinical data, and hence, help reduce medical errors.
CSP Finalists in Univation WAPP
24th Oct 2011
UWA CSP, in collaboration with the Royal College of Pathology Australasia have been selected as one of five finalists in the WA App competition.