Patricia C. Dykes And Sarah A Literature Review

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There is literature available to discern the impact of HIT related to medication error and quality of care delivered improvements. However, the research of the Patricia C. Dykes and Sarah A. Collins article reviews the impact of HIT on improvements between Nursing practices and patient outcomes. Achieving positive patient outcomes and quality care depends, in large part, on the integration of useful and accepted CDSS with the EHR. In attempts to comply with MU CQM data capture it is necessary to develop user centered EHR designs. The user centered design, with clinical end users in mind, improves the likelihood of improved usability; therefore, increasing chances of adoption, by nursing professional’s, into their clinical workflow. Such acceptance

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