Volume 4, Issue 9 (7-2001)                   jha 2001, 4(9): 39-43 | Back to browse issues page

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Hajavi A, Khoshkam M, Jalalifard B. A Study of lVledical Record Managers' View of the Use of Compute-.based Patient Records(CPR) in Hospitals Affiliated with Iran, Tehran and Shahid Beheshti Universities of lVledical Sciences in Tehran.. jha. 2001; 4 (9) :39-43
URL: http://jha.iums.ac.ir/article-1-211-en.html
Abstract:   (6318 Views)

 The reserch studied Medical Record Managers VIew of the use of Computer-based Patient Records (CPR) in the hospitals affiliated '.vith Tehran, Iran and Shahid Beheshti Medical Universites. It was a descriptive study and the data was gathered through a questionnaire by the researcher and an instructed person. The respondants included 41 medical records. The results showed:

 1- Half of respondants in Shahid Beheshti and Iran medical university hospitals are familiar with ADS9, and 2. few number of them in Tehran medical university are familiar with MedRec program.

2- A few number of respondants in 3 medical university hosDitals studied~ update their Knowledge of CPR progress from(Shahid Beheshti 21.4%. Tehran). easy access to sources such as periodicals and information networks, especially internet and encouraging them are recommended.

3- The cost of CPR running and Jack of an agent resDonsible for giving advice on CPR design, installation: operation and support are major problems. - Instructing medical and paramedical staff: especially medical records and administrative departments in CPR technology as needed. Computerizing different departments in hospitals and connecting them to med:cal records department on a schedule.

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Received: 2008/11/10

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