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To inform the design of an EMR user interface capable of prioritizing the presentation of high-value data in ICUs, we performed a review of relevant literature, observed ICU physicians’ interactions with EMRs, and conducted a focus group with clinicians who provided feedback on paper prototypes and generated new design ideas. Study findings led to revised designs, which will inform the future development of a functional EMR user interface.

Learning Objective 1: Understand design possibilities, user preferences, and tradeoffs for EMR user interfaces supporting highlighting of information predicted to be of high value.

Learning Objective 2: Utilize user-centered design techniques inspired by Participatory Design to let users take active role in the design of health information systems.

Authors:

Luca Calzoni, University of Pittsburgh
Gilles Clermont, University of Pittsburgh
Gregory Cooper, University of Pittsburgh
Shyam Visweswaran, University of Pittsburgh
Harry Hochheiser (Presenter)
University of Pittsburgh

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