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The adoption of electronic medical records and decision support systems in Korea

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  • The adoption of electronic medical records and decision support systems in Korea
  • Chae, Young Moon; Yoo, Ki Bong; Kim, Eun Sook; Chae, Hogene
  • Korean Society of Medical Informatics


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Title The adoption of electronic medical records and decision support systems in Korea
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Material Type Article
Author(English)

Chae, Young Moon; Yoo, Ki Bong; Kim, Eun Sook; Chae, Hogene

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[Seoul, South Korea] : Korean Society of Medical Informatics

Date 2011-09
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Health Information Research:vol. 17(no. 3)
Pages 6
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Social Development < Health
Holding The Open University
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Abstract

Objectives: To examine the current status of hospital information systems (HIS), analyze the effects of Electronic Medical Records (EMR) and Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) have upon hospital performance, and examine how management issues change over time according to various growth stages. Methods: Data taken from the 2010 survey on the HIS status and management issues for 44 tertiary hospitals and 2009 survey on hospital performance appraisal were used. A chi square test was used to analyze the association between the EMR and CDSS characteristics. A test was used to analyze the effects of EMR and CDSS on hospital performance. Results: Hospital size and top management support were significantly associated with the adoption of EMR. Unlike the EMR results, however, only the standardization characteristic was significantly associated with CDSS adoption. Both EMR and CDSS were associated with the improvement of hospital performance. (The rest omitted)