Rekam Medis Elektronik sebagai Pendukung Manajemen Pelayanan Pasien di RS Universitas Gadjah Mada
Electronic Medical Records (EMR) is a digital repository of administrative and medical data to support integrated health services. EMR can be used to support case management activities such as identification, care coordination, patient progress monitoring, and provide cost-effective interventions. One of main factor in information system implementation is users. Based on users’ perceptions, recommendations can be made. It’s used to maximize the adoption and development of EMR. The purpose of this study to explore the users’ perceived benefits of EMR implementation to support case management. This research is a qualitative research with a case study design. Informants were EMR users, namely doctors, nurse, pharmacist, medical record officer, and laboratory assistant. They were selected through purposive sampling technique. We conducted face-to-face semi-structured interviews and observation. This research used an interview guide with open-ended questions and an observation guide. Results showed benefits of EMR were support patient safety, reduce duplicate examinations, continuity of care, patient care efficiency, and collaboration among health professionals. It is suggested to develop a patient reminder feature and periodic staff training.
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