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The effects of computerized provider order entry implementation on communication in intensive care units.
Hoonakker PL, Carayon P, Walker JM, Brown RL, Cartmill RS. Int J Med Inform. 2013;82:e107-e117.

Recent studies have suggested that computerized provider order entry (CPOE) may impair nurse–physician communication. In this cross-sectional study, implementing CPOE in intensive care units had a short-term negative effect on communication.

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