Patient Access – Systematic Review

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Patient access to Online Records and Services – Evidence and Evaluation

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Abstract:

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The impact of patient access to records and services on the quality of 50 mg viagra health and care: systematic review protocol

Abstract

Background:

Quality in primary care can be defined in terms of its accessibility, clinical and interpersonal effectiveness for individual patients; and the equity and efficiency of the ojalafilms.com service provided to populations.  Innovators have piloted and canadian pharmacy cheap generic viagra claimed benefit from online access to primary care computerised medical records and other services.

Objective:

To conduct a systematic review of literature and other relevant sources relating to the impact of patient access to online records and services on the quality of health and care.

Method:

We conducted searches of major bibliographic databases and conducted an initial sort based on the title and abstract. We developed online forms to allow people to record examples of best practice.  We piloted forms to extract and summarise data from the literature.

Key words (MeSH headings):

Medical record systems, computerized; Medical informatics; Computers; Patients; Records as topic; Quality of health care; Review Literature as Topic

Protocol for systematic review:

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Abstract:

The impact of patient access to records and services on the quality of health and care: systematic review protocol

Background:

Quality in primary care can be defined in terms of its accessibility, clinical and interpersonal effectiveness for individual patients; and the equity and efficiency of the service provided to populations.  Innovators have piloted and claimed benefit from online access to primary care computerised medical records and other services.

Objective:

To conduct a systematic review of literature and other relevant sources relating to the impact of patient access to online records and services on the quality of health and care.

Method:

We conducted searches of major bibliographic databases and conducted an initial sort based on the title and abstract. We developed online forms to allow people to record examples of best practice.  We piloted forms to extract and summarise data from the literature.

Keywords (MeSH headings):

Medical record systems, computerized; Medical informatics; Computers; Patients; Records as topic; Quality of health care; Review Literature as Topic 

Beverley Ellis, Vice Chair of online propecia cheap research WG 7 has published an online presentation and video to signpost relevant directory and inform reviewers of the process. The multimedia presentation is available here: http://breeze01.uclan.ac.uk/rcgp2