In Europe, the CPOE
market is estimated to grow at a CAGR of 6.
For example, CPOE
is programed to only accept abbreviations that are approved by the Joint Commission and can recognize when providers have used abbreviations on the "Do Not Use" list.
The challenges with CPOE
happen to overlap with a rise in the technology's use--the global market for CPOE
systems is likely to reach $1.
Weak outcomes associated with the adoption of CPOE
and EHR technologies may be a result of an inherent research assumption of homogeneous adoption and usage of these technologies across hospitals.
One of the core requirements for stage 1 of meaningful use requires a goal CPOE
utilization rate of 30 percent, which is not particularly difficult to achieve.
We did not use data earlier than 2005 because HIMSS made a significant change in the definition of CPOE
In addition, 25 percent of problem orders will be eliminated due to the CPOE
Of course, reaching EMRAM Stage 4 only requires that one inpatient service area be using CPOE
, so there's more work to be done in these hospitals to gain full use of CPOE
In a CPOE
environment, orders can be placed from many locations electronically.
CMS also invited comment on "whether the [Stage 1] stipulation that the CPOE
function be used only by licensed healthcare professionals remains necessary or if CPOE
can be expanded to include nonlicensed healthcare professionals such as scribes.
We used the American Hospital Association's Annual Survey to construct hospital-level measures for 1,812 facilities and analyzed the productivity indices against CPOE
went live with computerized physician order entry (CPOE
) in the fall of 2007, healthcare IT leaders there were able to "stand on the shoulders" of other children's hospitals that had rolled out CPOE
in the years immediately prior.