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Julia Adler-Milstein, PhD; July/August 2016
Because the hospital and the ambulatory clinic used separate electronic health records on different technology platforms, information on a new outpatient oxycodone prescription for a patient scheduled for total knee replacement was not available to the surgical team. The anesthesiologist placed an epidural catheter to administer morphine, and postoperatively the patient required naloxone and intubation.
Journal Article > Study
Improving documentation of a beta-blocker quality measure through an anesthesia information management system and real-time notification of documentation errors.
Nair BG, Peterson GN, Newman S, Wu W, Kolios-Morris V, Schwid HA. Jt Comm J Qual Patient Saf. 2012:38;283-288.