Funder:The George Washington University Health Workforce Research Center
Impact of Electronic Health Records on Community Health Center Staffing
This study examines the impact of the adoption of electronic health records on staffing configurations and thus productivity in community health centers. This study is conducted under a subcontract from The George Washington University Health Workforce Research Center.
|Ku L, Frogner BK, Steinmetz E, Pittman P||Many Paths to Primary Care: Flexible Staffing and Productivity in Community Health Centers||PUBLICATION||Link to Document|
|Park J, Wu X, Frogner BK, Pittman P||The Effects of the Implementation of Patient-Centered Medical Home on Staffing and Productivity in the Community Health Centers||PRESENTATION|
|Frogner BK, Wu X, Park J, Pittman P||Longitudinal analysis of the impact of electronic health records on staffing mix in community health centers||PRESENTATION||PowerPoint|
|Frogner BK, Wu X, Ku L, Pittman P, Masselink L||Do Vendor or Years of Experience with Electronic Health Records Matter for Productivity in Community Health Centers?||PRESENTATION|