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Jean-Louis Bachy

Department of ICU, Cliniques Universitaires Saint-Luc, Brussels, Belgium

  • Research Article   
    Impact of Software Change on Workflow and Satisfaction of Intensive Care Staff
    Author(s): Philippe Delrez*, Luc-Marie Jacquet, Jean-Louis Bachy and Pierre-Franc╠žois Laterre

    Background: The use of electronic patient record software at the bedside can have a significant impact on critical care practice and therefore potentially on workflow. Data recording is essential for good patient follow-up. We looked at the impact of a change in computer software in the critical care administrative workload and in the time spent at the bedside for patient care. Methods: Qualitative prospective research in 2 ICU (58/18 beds) in 2 hospitals who worked with the same software. Hospital 1 changed the software in ICU to an EMR software and Hospital 2 did not modify his software. 10 months after the change of software, we evaluated the satisfaction of the ICU staff in the 2 institutions. Results: Over 6-week period, 154 participants responded to a satisfaction questionnaire on the computerization of their.. View More»

    DOI: 10.36846/2472-1654-8.5.8048

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