Associate Professor in Information Systems
London School of Economics and Political Science
London WC2A 2AE
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Final report for Connecting for Health Evaluation Programme 004 project on Electronic prescriptions service
THE EVALUATION OF THE ELECTRONIC
Lichtner, Valentina, Venters, Will, Hibberd, Ralph, Cornford, Tony and Barber, Nick (2013) The fungibility of time in claims of efficiency: the case of making transmission of prescriptions electronic in English general practice. International Journal of Medical Informatics, 82 (12). pp. 1152-1170. ISSN 1386-5056
March 2013 (CLICS survey instrument)
A new link is shown in the menu above for a page devoted to the Clinical Information Systems Survey - CLICS. This was initially developed as part of the CFHEP005 project and has been further developed in various other projects and with collaborators.
December 2012 (BMC Health Services Research)
Written with colleagues from the CFHEP005 project on EPR implementation (see below), this paper explores the problems of undertaking prospective evaluations of projects being developed in turbulent environments.
November 2011 (Open Forum Europe and Cabinet Office)
October 2011 (BMJ)
This paper follows on from that below offering the final findings from the CFHEP005 project.
September 2010 (BMJ)
Computer systems for maintaining a detailed clinical care record records are problematic at the institutional level, but perhaps more so when pursued at the national level. Tony Cornford together with LSE colleagues, is among the authors of a paper reporting interim findings from a large scale qualitative study of the problematic implementation of the NHS Care Record Service in England (CFHEP005).
June 2009 (ePrescribing)
Electronic prescribing in Hospitals - Challenges and lessons learned (download report):
A team led by Tony Cornford and including experts from the School of Pharmacy and Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has produced a set of information resources on the implementation of electronic prescribing systems in hospitals. The work was commissioned by Connecting For Health, an agency of the Department of Health, and designed to support trusts as they plan for and implement electronic prescribing systems. The report has also drawn on the advice from international experts in this area in the USA, Australia and the Netherlands.
See also Connecting for Health ePrescribing web pages .
Last Updated: 7 November 2012