Integrating vendor-focused solutions with social-organizational issues in healthcare environments to increase stakeholder trust, adoption, and ownership of HIT.
Providing breakthrough tools that increase HIT adoption and meaningful use by making HIT function as an integrated, predictable, cost-effective means for health care delivery.
We expect our methods and tools to have a large impact in improving the adoption and meaningful use of EHRs by clinicians by addressing the urgent usability and workflow challenges in existing systems.
Berry ABL, Harrington C, Butler KA, Braxton M, Haselkorn M, Walker A, Oberle MW, Chung C, Pete N, & Nichol WP. (2013, November). Modeling workflows and work products in a multiple sclerosis clinic to guide the design of a new user interface. Poster session presented at the Workshop on Interactive Health Systems, Washington, DC.
Butler KA, Haselkorn M, Bahrami A, & Schroder K. Introducing the MATH Method and Tool suite for Evidence-Based HIT (AMA-IEEE, 2011)