CPOE


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computerized physician or provider order entry

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CPOE

Any system that allows registered health care providers to request drugs, laboratory studies, or radiological tests by entering those requests in an electronic health care record.

CPOE

computerized physician order entry; computerized provider order entry.
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Ashe Memorial is one of 60 hospitals that have already selected PatientKeeper CPOE (Computerized Physician Order Entry) both to meet the physician-facing elements of Stage 1 "Meaningful Use" criteria, and to ensure sufficient physician adoption to comply with the more stringent requirements of Stages 2 and 3.
After go-live, they had to have the patients in-house physically before doing the CPOE orders.
The CDS and CPOE tools being developed are where significant improvements in quality and savings are expected.
Hospitals that do not have a CPOE system in place are likely to incur significant inefficiencies if they attempt to achieve full credit for meaningful use under the current timetable.
Despite the apparent benefits of CPOE systems--a 2009 study by the Massachusetts Technology Collaborative and the New England Healthcare Institute concluded that CPOE systems could save hospitals up to $2.
We expect CPOE usage impacts on process outcomes to be non-linear (Appari, Johnson, and Anthony 2013; Jones et al.
We did not use data earlier than 2005 because HIMSS made a significant change in the definition of CPOE in 2004.
With regard to safety, the initial implementation of CPOE corrected the medical errors associated with physician order legibility.
CPOE systems require extensive network connections and IT support functions.
Clearly building a successful CPOE system will require an approach to hospital business operations your facility may not have experienced in the past, nor be ready for.