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Comparing the Usability of Two Patient Information Systems: The Implications for User Training

The purpose of this study was to compare the usability of two patient information systems with novel users and the implications of providing adequate training. The system that was designed using a user-centered process resulted in more efficient use with less workload than a traditionally designed electronic medical record system. This study provides evidence that a user-centric design can promote the usability of a patient information system without the need of extensive training.

Author(s):

David Marc    
University of Minnesota
United States

Kathleen Harder    
University of Minnesota
United States

Charat Thongprayoon    
Mayo Clinic
United States

Andrew Harrison    
Mayo Clinic
United States

Brian Pickering    
Mayo Clinic
United States

Vitaly Herasevich    
Mayo Clinic
United States

 

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