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Health Information Technology Publications
- Dakota Conference on Rural and Public Health Celebrates 30 Years
North Dakota Medicine, Vol. 40, Issue 2. Longtime statewide gathering of health professionals helps to improve the health of North Dakotans.
Author(s): Massmann, N.
Date: July 2015
- Adoption of Electronic Health Records in North Dakota
Discusses electronic medical records in North Dakota, meaningful use, adoption of EHRs, and challenges.
Author(s): Dickson, L.
Date: February 2013
Type: Fact Sheet
- Environmental Scan of Health Information Technology (HIT) Adoption amongst North Dakota Healthcare Entities
Assesses the level of adoption of electronic health records (EHR) and telehealth; and health information technology workforce in hospitals, independent rural clinics, community health centers, clinical laboratories, pharmacies, long term care, and local public health units and departments throughout North Dakota.
Author(s): Dickson, L., Nissen, K., Wolf, S., Peterson, C., & Willis, N.
Date: July 2012
- Connecting North Dakota for a Healthier Future
Discusses North Dakota's progress in converting to electronic health records. Addresses barriers for completion and offers resolutions.
Author(s): Dickson, L., Nissen, K., & Rodriguez, M.
Date: December 2008
- North Dakota Health Information Technology (HIT) Fact Sheet
Describes HIT, its uses within North Dakota and the role of the HIT Steering committee. The information in this fact sheet was collected from the North Dakota State HIT report, Connecting North Dakota for a Healthier Future, Dec. 2008.
Author(s): Dickson, L.
Date: January 2008
- Use of Technology in North Dakota Nursing Education Programs
The Center for Rural Health at the University of North Dakota conducted a statewide assessment of technology use across the nursing programs in the state as part of the North Dakota Nursing Needs Study.
Author(s): Moulton, P., & King, B.
Type: Journal Article
- Pharmacist Staffing and the Use of Technology in Small Rural Hospitals: Implications for Medication Safety
Assesses the capacity of rural hospitals to implement medication safety practices. Found that many small rural hospitals have limited hours of on site pharmacist coverage.
Author(s): Casey, M., Moscovice, I., & Davidson, G.
Date: December 2005
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