Title

Perceptions of physical therapy interns '15 on the usability of the proposed electronic medical record system for De La Salle University Medical Center Service Clinic

Date of Completion

2015

Document Type

Thesis

Degree Name

Bachelor of Science in Physical Therapy

Keywords

Electronic Health Records

Abstract

The study utilized a descriptive quantitative research design and used a standardized tool called the Software Usability Measurement Usability Measurement Inventory which consists of a 10-item likert scale type of questionnaire. There were a total of 20 respondents chosen using simple random sampling. Data was gathered, tallied, tabulated and analyzed descriptively using frequency, mean and percentage. The perspective of the respondents on usability of the proposed EMR system was evaluated in terms of user satisfaction, learning curve, applicability, speed and user interface. The overall mean of user satisfaction is 2.13, learning curve is 1.05, applicability is 2.28, speed is 2.23 and user interface is 2.3. With these results, the respondents had a positive perception on usability of the proposed EMR system in relation to user satisfaction, applicability, speed and user interface. However, for the learning curve, it has an undecided answer possibly due to the barriers that can be experienced while implementing the proposed electronic medical record system such as time and inadequate data exchange.

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