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Proposed Project: Patient Perceptions of the Delivery of Health Care Through the Use of an Electronic Health Record (New)—OMB No. 0990-NEW—Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology.
Abstract: Recognizing the potential of health information technology (IT), Congress incorporated the Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health (HITECH) Act as part of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009, and allocated Start Printed Page 27345$19.2 billion to meet the goal of meaningful use of certified EHRs for each person in the United States by 2014. The HITECH Act builds on existing federal efforts to encourage health IT adoption and use, and contains provisions that are expected to promote the widespread adoption of health IT among health care providers. Health IT experts agree that HITECH stimulus funds are likely to improve how physicians practice medicine for Medicare and Medicaid beneficiaries and, ultimately, for advancing patient-centered medical care for all Americans. However, there is an evidence gap about patients' preferences and perceptions of delivery of health care services by providers who have adopted EHR systems in their practices.
The goal of the Patient Perceptions of the Delivery of Health Care through the Use of an Electronic Health Record (Patient Perceptions of EHR) Study is to help policymakers understand how primary care practices' use of electronic health records (EHRs) affects consumers' satisfaction with (1) their medical care, (2) communication with their doctor, and (3) coordination of care. The research questions for the proposed Patient Perceptions of EHR Study are motivated by a concern that patients may have negative experiences as practices begin to use EHRs.
|Forms||Type of respondent||Number of respondents||Number of responses per respondent||Average burden hours per response||Total burden hours|
|Screening and Recruitment Form for Primary Care Practices||Staff at Primary Care Practices||42||1||15/60||10.5|
|Patient Survey||Patients at Primary Care Practices||840||1||15/60||210|
|Patient Focus Group||Patients at Primary Care Practices||20||1||1.5||30|
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[FR Doc. 2010-11566 Filed 5-13-10; 8:45 am]
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