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1. Evaluation of computerized provider order entry systems: assessing the usability of systems for electronic prescription (PubMed)

Evaluation of computerized provider order entry systems: assessing the usability of systems for electronic prescription The field of medicine has been influenced by the growth and development of information systems such as the Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) System.This study aimed to evaluate the usability of CPOE systems for electronic prescription in Tehran, Iran.This was an evaluation study conducted in 2017. The research population consisted of the CPOE systems used in hospitals (...) of usability (3.42+0.10) compared to those in public hospitals (2.91+0.25).Two main functions of the studied CPOE systems i.e., decision support and prescription support should be developed to make electronic prescription safer and more intuitive. Addressing usability aspects of CPOE systems in practice could improve the usability of these systems for prescription.

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2018 Electronic physician

2. Off-label indications for antidepressants in primary care: descriptive study of prescriptions from an indication based electronic prescribing system. (PubMed)

Off-label indications for antidepressants in primary care: descriptive study of prescriptions from an indication based electronic prescribing system. Objective To examine off-label indications for antidepressants in primary care and determine the level of scientific support for off-label prescribing.Design Descriptive study of antidepressant prescriptions written by primary care physicians using an indication based electronic prescribing system.Setting Primary care practices in and around two (...) major urban centres in Quebec, Canada.Participants Patients aged 18 years or older who visited a study physician between 1 January 2003 and 30 September 2015 and were prescribed an antidepressant through the electronic prescribing system.Main outcome measures Prevalence of off-label indications for antidepressant prescriptions by class and by individual drug. Among off-label antidepressant prescriptions, the proportion of prescriptions in each of the following categories was measured: strong

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2017 BMJ