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Anything but engaged: user involvement in the context of a national electronic health record implementation. (2011)
Journal Article
CRESSWELL, K., MORRISON, Z., CROWE, S., ROBERTSON, A. and SHEIKH, A. 2011. Anything but engaged: user involvement in the context of a national electronic health record implementation. Informatics in primary care [online], 19(4), pages 191-206. Available from: https://doi.org/10.14236/jhi.v19i4.814

Background: The absence of meaningful end user engagement has repeatedly been highlighted as a key factor contributing to 'failed' implementations of electronic health records (EHRs), but achieving this is particularly challenging in the context of n... Read More about Anything but engaged: user involvement in the context of a national electronic health record implementation..

Understanding contrasting approaches to nationwide implementations of electronic health record systems: England, the USA and Australia. (2011)
Journal Article
MORRISON, Z, ROBERTSON, A., CRESSWELL, K., CROWE, S. and SHEIKH, A. 2011. Understanding contrasting approaches to nationwide implementational of electronic health record systems: England, the USA and Australia. Journal of healthcare engineering [online], 2(1), article ID 203059, pages 25-41. Available from: https://doi.org/10.1260/2040-2295.2.1.25

As governments commit to national electronic health record (EHR) systems, there is increasing international interest in identifying effective implementation strategies. We draw on Coiera's typology of national programmes - ‘top-down’, ‘bottom-up’ and... Read More about Understanding contrasting approaches to nationwide implementations of electronic health record systems: England, the USA and Australia..