A multi-perspective analysis of lessons learned from building an Integrated Care Coordination Information System (ICCIS).

Jordan A. Dale, Nima A. Behkami, Gwenivere S. Olsen, David A. Dorr

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Abstract

Care coordination is at the forefront of current health reform efforts, yet most electronic health records (EHRs) lack the functionality needed to facilitate and document care coordination activities. The Integrated Care Coordination Information System (ICCIS) was iteratively developed with user input to meet these needs. Following 16 months of system use, ICCIS users and developers were interviewed about their experiences. These interviews, along with quantitative information about system use, were analyzed using a combination of Linstone's Multiple Perspective approach and the ABC framework to determine lessons learned about novel system creation. Overall, clinicians saw value in specialized health information technology (HIT) tools for care coordination as long as development focuses on providing user-requested functionality that integrates closely with existing HIT systems and workflows. Close integration between novel HIT and EHRs may increase use by relieving the cited fatigues of duplicative data entry, multiple system logins, and potential data inconsistencies.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)129-135
Number of pages7
JournalUnknown Journal
Volume2012
StatePublished - 2012

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Medicine(all)

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