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The method of Claim 1 wherein the steps are performed sequentially. Annotations(0) #312Handheld Technology to Improve Patient Care Applies to Claims 1,10,11,12,13,14,15,17,18,19,2,20,3,4,6,7,8 Submitted by: Susan MurrayLast updated: over 4 years ago
Title Handheld Technology to Improve Patient Care
This study evaluates nurses' use of CHOICE, a handheld-computer-based support system for preference-based care planning, which assists nurses in eliciting patient's preferences for functional performance at the bedside. Specifically, it evaluates the effects of system use on nurses' care priorities, preference achievement, and patients' satisfaction.
Title Improving Health Care by Understanding Patient Preferences: The Role of Computer Technology
Abstract: ...it is important that patients be able to formulate and express preferences, ...made known to the clinician at the time of care, ...inform care activities. Decision theory and health informatics offer promising strategies...that drives health choices. Computer-based elicitation and reporting tools... attention toward building computer-based applications that support clinicians in the complex cognitive process of integrating patient preferences with scientific knowledge, clinical practice guidelines, and ...contemporary health care.