Data from: Implementation of electronic charting is not associated with significant change in physician productivity in an academic emergency department

Dusadee Sarangarm, Gregory Lamb, Steven Weiss, Amy Ernst & Lorraine Hewitt
Objectives: To compare physician productivity and billing before and after implementation of electronic charting in an academic ED. Materials and Methods: This retrospective, blinded, observational study compared the 6 months pre-implementation (January to June 2012) with the 6 months post-implementation one year later (January to June 2013). Thirty-one ED physicians were recruited, with each physician acting as his/her own control in a before-after design. Productivity was measured via total number of encounters and “productivity index”...
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