Innovation Grants Results & Outcomes

The Electronic Health Record as Teaching Tool 

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The project team developed an electronic tool for faculty development demonstrating the teaching capabilities of the Electronic Health Record (EHR). In addition to providing education regarding documentation, billing and compliance issues, the tool demonstrated techniques for maintaining effective interpersonal communication with patients and the multidisciplinary team while using the EHR. The project team created a mnemonic to make the EHR more learner centered: LEARNER.

Participating Institutions: Duke AHEAD (Academy for Health Professions Education and Academic Development), Duke University School of Medicine, UNC Academy of Educators, and University of North Carolina School of Medicine

Submitting Author: Diana B. McNeill, MD

Project Type: Technology and Teaching

Year Awarded: FY2015


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