Technology status evaluation report

Computerized endoscopic medical record systems

D. B. Nelson, K. P. Block, J. J. Bosco, J. S. Burdick, W. D. Curtis, D. O. Faigel, D. A. Greenwald, P. B. Kelsey, E. Rajan, A. Slivka, P. Smith, W. Wassef, J. VanDam, K. K. Wang, J. Barthel, John Paul Affronti, G. Aliperti, B. Etemad, M. A. Kocab, M. L. Kozam & 4 others A. M. Rosen, B. D. Silverstein, N. Vakil, K. K. Wang

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Abstract

Computerized endoscopic medical records can serve many functions including administration, scheduling, report generation, coding, billing, quality assurance, and correspondence. The ability to interface with other clinical systems may enhance exchange of endoscopic information. Limitations of current systems include cost, technical support, ease of use and networkability.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)793-796
Number of pages4
JournalGastrointestinal Endoscopy
Volume51
Issue number6
StatePublished - Jan 1 2000

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Nelson, D. B., Block, K. P., Bosco, J. J., Burdick, J. S., Curtis, W. D., Faigel, D. O., ... Wang, K. K. (2000). Technology status evaluation report: Computerized endoscopic medical record systems. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, 51(6), 793-796.

Technology status evaluation report : Computerized endoscopic medical record systems. / Nelson, D. B.; Block, K. P.; Bosco, J. J.; Burdick, J. S.; Curtis, W. D.; Faigel, D. O.; Greenwald, D. A.; Kelsey, P. B.; Rajan, E.; Slivka, A.; Smith, P.; Wassef, W.; VanDam, J.; Wang, K. K.; Barthel, J.; Affronti, John Paul; Aliperti, G.; Etemad, B.; Kocab, M. A.; Kozam, M. L.; Rosen, A. M.; Silverstein, B. D.; Vakil, N.; Wang, K. K.

In: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, Vol. 51, No. 6, 01.01.2000, p. 793-796.

Research output: Contribution to journalReview article

Nelson, DB, Block, KP, Bosco, JJ, Burdick, JS, Curtis, WD, Faigel, DO, Greenwald, DA, Kelsey, PB, Rajan, E, Slivka, A, Smith, P, Wassef, W, VanDam, J, Wang, KK, Barthel, J, Affronti, JP, Aliperti, G, Etemad, B, Kocab, MA, Kozam, ML, Rosen, AM, Silverstein, BD, Vakil, N & Wang, KK 2000, 'Technology status evaluation report: Computerized endoscopic medical record systems', Gastrointestinal Endoscopy, vol. 51, no. 6, pp. 793-796.
Nelson DB, Block KP, Bosco JJ, Burdick JS, Curtis WD, Faigel DO et al. Technology status evaluation report: Computerized endoscopic medical record systems. Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. 2000 Jan 1;51(6):793-796.
Nelson, D. B. ; Block, K. P. ; Bosco, J. J. ; Burdick, J. S. ; Curtis, W. D. ; Faigel, D. O. ; Greenwald, D. A. ; Kelsey, P. B. ; Rajan, E. ; Slivka, A. ; Smith, P. ; Wassef, W. ; VanDam, J. ; Wang, K. K. ; Barthel, J. ; Affronti, John Paul ; Aliperti, G. ; Etemad, B. ; Kocab, M. A. ; Kozam, M. L. ; Rosen, A. M. ; Silverstein, B. D. ; Vakil, N. ; Wang, K. K. / Technology status evaluation report : Computerized endoscopic medical record systems. In: Gastrointestinal Endoscopy. 2000 ; Vol. 51, No. 6. pp. 793-796.
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