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Generally EHRs have limited support of cognitive tasks in terms of anticipating user needs and facilitating workflow and access to relevant information. Novel interfaces are being explored to support the flexibility and cognitive processes related to the chart review, assessment, and planning involved in clinical note creation. Usability testing with primary care physicians, using prototypes of EHR interaction models, were conducted to identify user needs and opportunities to enhance support of their activities.

Learning Objective 1: Outlining ways to align computer decision support with clinicians' cognitive workflow.

Learning Objective 2: Utilizing physicians' perspectives in designing information tools within an electronic health record for enhanced and rapid chart review and documentation.

Authors:

Andrew Solomon (Presenter)
Arizona State Univeristy

Brett Dinner, Arizona State Univeristy
Robert Greenes, Arizona State Univeristy
David Kaufman, Arizona State Univeristy
Yael Ozair, Arizona State Univeristy
Sanna Naveed, Arizona State Univeristy
Tarryn Falls, Arizona State Univeristy
Tristan Le, Arizona State Univeristy
Kristan Hodge, Arizona State Univeristy

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