[EpiData-list] Re: EpiData and electronic medical record

epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
Mon Oct 29 06:46:07 CDT 2012


Jens,

Considering the content of your last mail, It seem that you will insert
this as suggestion for further development.

A couple questions:

Do you intend to insert in the new EpiData version, right?

How long do you think this option will take to be available?

Regards,


Dr. Pedro Emmanuel A. A. do Brasil
Curriculum Lattes:  http://lattes.cnpq.br/6597654894290806
Instituto de Pesquisa Clínica Evandro Chagas
Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
Av. Brasil 4365,
CEP 21040-360,
Tel 55 21 3865-9648
email: pedro.brasil at ipec.fiocruz.br
email: emmanuel.brasil at gmail.com

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> Dear EpiData Friends,
>
> Since 2004 the institution I work at, adopted electronic medical record.
> For me and colleagues which work with clinical research, we have for long
> working doubling our efforts in registering the required information, at
> the medical chart and at data entry.
>
> Currently most of us work like this:
>
> 1.Patient evaluation
> 2.typing research information at electronic medical records
> 3.retrieving information from the computer and writing into paper CRF
> 4.typing the CRF data from paper into computer data entry again.
>
> This routine complies with GCP as we consider the electronic medical record
> the source document. For long we have talked about more automatic and
> less laborious, and less prompt to error routine.
> Here one must understand that the medical appointment occurs in a room
> where a computer is available.
> We would like that this process to be something like:
>
> 1. Patient evaluation
> 2. The physician type in the information of that visit into a data entry
> during patient evaluation
> 3. This data entry is able to transport this data as a text to be pasted at
> the text entry of the electronic mdical record
> 4. The physician is able to edit the electronic medical record for
> aditional information.
>
> The main points here is: there is less work in filling forms and records;
> and there will be less steps in data traveling where mistakes could be
> inserted by researchers or typing team; and would keep the medical record
> as source document.
>
> Currently Im not awere of any software able to do some exporting in text
> from the data entry that could allow the process change.
>
> If EpiData was up to do something like this, after data entry of a
> particular record, there would a magic button somewhere able to copy to
> clipboard the text (like in notepad) with all variables labels and value
> labels or variable values. After that the user would use Ctrl+V to paste it
> at the medical record.
>
> Does anyone have similar problem? Which solutions have you implemented?
>
> Kind regards,
>
> Dr. Pedro Emmanuel A. A. do Brasil
> Curriculum Lattes:  http://lattes.cnpq.br/6597654894290806
> Instituto de Pesquisa Clínica Evandro Chagas
> Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
> Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
> Av. Brasil 4365,
> CEP 21040-360,
> Tel 55 21 3865-9648
> email: pedro.brasil at ipec.fiocruz.br
> email: emmanuel.brasil at gmail.com
>
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> Date: Thu, 25 Oct 2012 16:38:26 +0200
> From: epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca
> Subject: Re: [EpiData-list] Epidata and Electronic medical records
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> Good suggestion.
>
> I am sure we can support something like this. It is much like printing
> a filled dataform onto paper. Copying to the clipboard should be
> attainable as shown on the form.
>
> May I suggest, that you add this as a development "request/suggestion"
> for the GCP development which will come soon.
>
> You can add to the development database found at:
> http://www.epidata.info/flyspray/
>
> regards
> Jens Lauritsen
> EpiData Association
>
> epidata-list at lists.umanitoba.ca skrev den 2012-10-25 16:00:
> > Dear EpiData Friends,
> >
> > Since 2004 the institution I work at, adopted electronic medical
> > record.
> > For me and colleagues which work with clinical research, we have for
> > long
> > working doubling our efforts in registering the required information,
> > at
> > the medical chart and at data entry.
> >
> > Currently most of us work like this:
> >
> > 1.Patient evaluation
> > 2.typing research information at electronic medical records
> > 3.retrieving information from the computer and writing into paper CRF
> > 4.typing the CRF data from paper into computer data entry again.
> >
> > This routine complies with GCP as we consider the electronic medical
> > record
> > the source document. For long we have talked about more automatic and
> > less laborious, and less prompt to error routine.
> > Here one must understand that the medical appointment occurs in a
> > room
> > where a computer is available.
> > We would like that this process to be something like:
> >
> > 1. Patient evaluation
> > 2. The physician type in the information of that visit into a data
> > entry
> > during patient evaluation
> > 3. This data entry is able to transport this data as a text to be
> > pasted at
> > the text entry of the electronic mdical record
> > 4. The physician is able to edit the electronic medical record for
> > aditional information.
> >
> > The main points here is: there is less work in filling forms and
> > records;
> > and there will be less steps in data traveling where mistakes could
> > be
> > inserted by researchers or typing team; and would keep the medical
> > record
> > as source document.
> >
> > Currently Im not awere of any software able to do some exporting in
> > text
> > from the data entry that could allow the process change.
> >
> > If EpiData was up to do something like this, after data entry of a
> > particular record, there would a magic button somewhere able to copy
> > to
> > clipboard the text (like in notepad) with all variables labels and
> > value
> > labels or variable values. After that the user would use Ctrl+V to
> > paste it
> > at the medical record.
> >
> > Does anyone have similar problem? Which solutions have you
> > implemented?
> >
> > Kind regards,
> >
> > Dr. Pedro Emmanuel A. A. do Brasil
> > Curriculum Lattes:  http://lattes.cnpq.br/6597654894290806
> > Instituto de Pesquisa Clínica Evandro Chagas
> > Fundação Oswaldo Cruz
> > Rio de Janeiro - Brasil
> > Av. Brasil 4365,
> > CEP 21040-360,
> > Tel 55 21 3865-9648
> > email: pedro.brasil at ipec.fiocruz.br
> > email: emmanuel.brasil at gmail.com
> >
> > ---Apoio aos softwares livres
> > www.zotero.org - gerenciamento de referências bibliográficas.
> > www.broffice.org ou www.libreoffice.org - textos, planilhas ou
> > apresentações.
> > www.epidata.dk - entrada de dados.
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