Cornford, T., Savage, I., Jani, Y.H., Franklin, B.D., Barber, N., Slee, A. and Jacklin, A. (2010) Learning lessons from electronic prescribing implementations in secondary care. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 160 (Pt 1). pp. 233-237.
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This paper reports a study undertaken in the UK to gather lessons learned from hospital sites that have implemented electronic prescribing systems. The work was commissioned by NHS Connecting for Health, the UK Department of Health agency responsible for the implementation of the National Programme for Information Technology. The aim was to capture front-line experience of the project and systems implementation, and to share it with staff who will in the future participate in other implementations. Data were drawn from detailed interviews with staff and a survey in 13 hospitals in England, as well as a review of published studies of implementations. The study output is a report and six user-facing briefing documents targeted at key stakeholder groups; nurses, pharmacist, doctors, senior executives, implementation team members and IM&T staff.
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|Journal or Publication Title:||Studies in Health Technology and Informatics|
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