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Mary K. Goldstein, MD, MS ; February 2006
Failure to enter documentation of a DNR order causes a severely ill elderly man to be resuscitated against his wishes. Shortly thereafter, the patient's wife confirms his wishes, and within minutes, the patient dies.
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The impact of computerised physician order entry and clinical decision support on pharmacist–physician communication in the hospital setting: a qualitative study.
Pontefract SK, Coleman JJ, Vallance HK, et al. PLoS One. 2018;13:e0207450.
The unintended consequences of computerized provider order entry and clinical decision support are well-described. Researchers conducted focus groups with pharmacists and physicians at two acute care hospitals in England and found that both computerized provider order entry and clinical decision support increased different aspects of workload for pharmacists and providers while electronic messaging capability yielded some improvements in interprofessional communication.