computer-assisted interviewing

computer-assisted interviewing

, computer-assisted self-interviewing,

CAI.

The gathering of data from patients about such matters as allergies, behaviors, medical conditions and medications via direct input into an electronic health record by the patient.
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Because of data postvalidation and survey quality concerns, it was decided that computer-assisted interviewing software (CATI) would be developed for future surveys.
CATI is one of the oldest computer-assisted interviewing methods used in travel surveys.
Seven years ago, FSRG began planning the transition from paper and pencil to computer-assisted interviewing instruments.
Missing data may be the result of questionnaire programming errors if computer-assisted interviewing is used.
Computer-assisted interviewing has been proven to shorten the hiring cycle.
(7.) Linda Thornburg, "Computer-Assisted Interviewing Shortens Hiring Cycle," HR Magazine, 1998.
Increasingly, survey data are collected by means of computer-assisted interviewing CAI) systems.
The rapid developments of information technology in the last decades made it possible to use microcomputers for computer-assisted interviewing (CM).
The key to this new approach is implanting experiments in a seemingly standard public opinion interview and, by taking advantage of computer-assisted interviewing, carrying them out in a way that is effortless for the interviewer and invisible to the person being interviewed.
More recently, however, the evolution of computer-assisted interviewing is changing the landscape of the data collection side.
Moreover, the new CPS questionnaire has been specifically designed to take advantage of computer-assisted interviewing.
Concurrent with this initiative, attempts are being undertaken to eliminate paper and pencil data collection by adopting integrated computer-assisted interviewing methods.
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