Author

Darren Lim

Date

May 2013

Document Type

Capstone

Degree Name

M.B.I.

Department

Dept. of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology

Institution

Oregon Health & Science University

Abstract

Order sets have numerous advantages of standardizing clinical practice and improving efficiency, safety and physicians’ acceptance of the computerized provider order entry (CPOE) system. Hospitals have adopted various strategies in developing different order set types. This study evaluates physicians’ perceptions and satisfaction with the use of department, convenience and personal order set types. A survey instrument was developed based on the extended technology acceptance model (TAM2) to measure physicians’ perceptions and attitudes towards different types of order sets. The survey was administered to physicians from different departments and job grades. Factors relating to perceived usefulness, ease of use and satisfaction were measured using a Likert scale. Respondents valued department order sets more than other order set types in terms of usefulness and ease of use. However, providing a variety of ordering templates and order set types with a greater emphasis on design of effici

Identifier

doi:10.6083/M48W3BB1

School

School of Medicine

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