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1. Citation: Shojania, K.G., Jennings, A., Mayhew, A., Ramsay, C.R., Eccles, M.P., & Grimshaw, J. (2009). The effects of on-screen, point of care computer reminders on processes and outcomes of care (Review). Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews, 3. doi:10.1002/14651858.CD001096.pub2
Title: The effects of on-screen, point of care computer reminders on processes and outcomes of care
Author(s): Shojania, K. G.
Jennings, A.
Mayhew, A.
Ramsay, C. R.
Eccles, M. P.
Grimshaw, J.
Year: 2009
Journal/Publication: Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews
Abstract: The opportunity exists to improve patient care by physicians through various complex digital reminder and informational systems.  However, these systems seem to exhibit limited quantifiable results, possibly due to an integration of email and multiple other styles of reminders.  The objective of this review is to evaluate how delivery of reminders may impact process and outcomes to clinicians at the point of care.  Twenty-eight studies were included in this review.  Shojania et al. found that point of care reminders typically resulted in small to modest improvements in provider behavior.
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http://www.update-software.com/BCP/WileyPDF/EN/CD001096.pdf

http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19588323

Type of Item: Systematic Review/Meta-Analysis
Type of KT Strategy: Reminders
Target Group: Healthcare Professional
Researchers
Evidence Level: 5
Record Updated:2015-01-13
 

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