This Viewpoint argues that the increasing use of medical scribers to record patient data will impede the development of electronic health record management systems.
This systematic review describes common features of electronic medication packaging devices and assesses whether these devices are associated with improved medication adherence.
In this Viewpoint, Abraham Verghese and colleagues discuss the failure of electronic health record technology to evolve in ways that synthesize important patient information, capture patients’ social and behavioral data, and reduce the time and effort required to interact with the technology.
This JAMA Performance Improvement uses the case of a patient given the wrong catheter to discuss appropriate clinician and health system responses to procedure errors.
This Viewpoint discusses the ethics of using an icon in electronic health records to designate patients who have frequent visits.