Usability

AHRQ’s usability research focuses on how to design and implement electronic health records (EHRs) so that they are more intuitive to use and more readily support clinical workflow. Two areas of research, supported by the AHRQ projects below, are how to effectively reduce documentation burden for physicians and how to make data within EHRs more usable for clinical decisionmaking.

Related Funded Projects

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Related Publications

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Publication Name Publication Year Project Name Contract/Grant Number Principal Investigator
Enhancing an EMR-Based Real-Time Sepsis Alert System Performance Through Machine Learning - Final Report 2019 Enhancing an EMR-Based Real-Time Sepsis Alert System Performance Through Machine Learning R21 HS024750 Sherwin, Robert
Enhancing Clinical Decision Support Applications for Community Pharmacist-Delivered Medication Therapy Management - Final Report 2019 Enhancing Clinical Decision Support Applications for Community Pharmacist-Delivered Medication Therapy Management R21 HS025005 Snyder, Margie E.
Evaluation of multidisciplinary collaboration in pediatric trauma care using EHR data. 2019 Care Transitions and Teamwork in Pediatric Trauma: Implications for Health Information Technology Design R01 HS023837 Gurses, Ayse Pinar
Exploration and initial development of text classification models to identify health information technology usability-related patient safety event reports. 2019 Developing Evidence-Based, User-Centered Design and Implementation Guidelines to Improve Health Information Technology Usability R01 HS023701 Ratwani, Raj M.
Exploring the digital divide: age and race disparities in use of an inpatient portal. 2019 Development and Evaluation of Sociotechnical Metrics To Inform Health IT Adaptation R21 HS024767 Yen, Po-Yin
Facilitating organizational change to accommodate an inpatient portal. 2019 Development and Evaluation of Sociotechnical Metrics To Inform Health IT Adaptation R21 HS024767 Yen, Po-Yin
Health Information Technology-Supported Process for Preventing and Managing Venous Thromboembolism - Final Report 2019 Health Information Technology-Supported Process for Preventing and Managing Venous Thromboembolism R01 HS022086 Carayon, Pascale
Home care nurses' perspectives regarding health information management among older adults. 2019 Addressing the Personal Health Information Management Needs of Older Adults R01 HS022106 Turner, Anne M.
How often do prescribers include indications in drug orders? Analysis of 4 million outpatient prescriptions. 2019 Enhancing Medication CPOE Safety and Quality by Indications-Based Prescribing R01 HS023694 Schiff, Gordon David
Improving acceptance of inpatient portals: patients' and care team members' perspectives. 2019 Portals in Inpatient Care: Evaluating the Usability, Use, and Patient Experience Associated With Patient Portal Technology at the Bedside R21 HS024349 McAlearney, Ann Scheck