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Organizational Change Plan- Part III
Pages 5 (1255 words)
Name: University: Abstract: Implementation of Electronic medical records in the organization will lead to increased patient satisfaction due to improved health care quality. The EMR will reduce medical errors such as diagnosis errors and drug prescription errors by enabling the physicians to instantly access huge volumes of patient data and information.
Introduction Electronic Medical records (EMR) enable health institutions to manage medical and clinical data more efficiently, thus, improving the patient care (Laing, 2002, p. 41). Some of the benefits of implementation of EMR in health organizations include the easy access and retrieval of patient information, reduction in medical errors and improvement of the patient care delivery processes (Hakes & Wittington, 2005, p. 235). Some of the determinants of effectiveness of the implementation of the EMR include the quality of patient care delivered, the reduction in the operating costs in the organization related to patient information storage and retrieval, and the level of patient satisfaction with the health care (Laing, 2002, p. 43). The commitment and user-friendliness of the EMR to important stakeholders like the clinical staff and patients will also be utilized to access the effectiveness of the implementation of the change (Laing, 2002, p. 44). Another metric that will be utilized to access the effectiveness of the change is the degree of patient privacy and confidentiality protection. ...
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