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J Health Info Stat 2009;34(1):29-40.
대구일 종합병원 전자간호기록 시스템에 대한 사용자 만족도 조사
신아미 , 박희준 , 정선주 , 박명화 , 윤경일 , 김윤년
Analysis Survey of User Satisfaction with Electronic Nursing Record System in a General Hospital in Daegu
A Mi Shin , Hee Joon Park , Sun Ju Jung , Myong Hwa Park , Kyung Il Yoon , Yoon Nyun Kim
ABSTRACT
Objective: This study was tried to survey nurse`s satisfaction on the ENR(electronic nursing record) system in general hospital in Daegu.
Methods:
250 nurses who were working in the A general hospital in Daegu participated to survey through Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction about satisfaction of electronic nursing record system.
Results:
Mean score of Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction was 3.18 and this result was statistically higher than middle score of 3. Score of terminology & message was the highest and score of capabilities was lowest in all categories of Questionnaire for User Interaction Satisfaction. Results of stepwise multiple regression between overall evaluation and other categories were that categories of learning, capabilities, screen influenced category of overall evaluation and category of learning was the biggest influence variable.
Conclusion:
Users seem to be satisfied with the electronic nursing record system and this results could help to modify better electronic nursing record system in A hospital.
Key words: User satisfaction, Electronic nursing record system
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