Electronic clinical decision support for the early recognition and management of acute kidney injury: Qualitative evaluation of end-user experience

Mark Bevan, Andrew Heed, Neil Sheerin, Andrew Sims, David Price, Nigel Kanagasundaram

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Abstract

Electronic clinical decision support (eCDS) systems have been suggested as a possible solution to deficiencies in AKI care and have been widely adopted despite limited evidence. The broader literature, however, describes alert fatigue, end-user disengagement and unintended consequences, particularly when systems are introduced with limited end-user input. A nationwide mandate now standardises the biochemical algorithm for reporting AKI but end-user interfaces remain heterogeneous with variations in IT capability, alert intrusiveness and accompanying content.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusPublished - 30 May 2015
Event52nd ERA-EDTA Congress - London
Duration: 30 May 2015 → …

Conference

Conference52nd ERA-EDTA Congress
Period30/05/15 → …

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