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Patients record systems: effects on dental practice and patient oral health outcomes

a Cochrane systematic review

Several administrative methods have been used in dental practices (systematically or non-systematically on maintaining patient records including medical and dental history. Despite the importance of the topic and the vast studies on it, no systematic review has been done focusing on this question . We are working on a systematic review with the Cochrane Effective Practice and Organization Care (www.epoc.cochrane.org) to review the effectiveness of different patient records systems on the dental practice outcomes and patients relevant ones.

Type of project: academic


Involved Persons:

Project Leader: Mona Nasser (Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health care (www.iqwig.de))
Other involved People: Zbys Fedorowicz, Tim Newton


Is the project funded?no

Other information:

Duration of project:1 Year
Papers related to project:1) Nasser M, Fedorowicz Z, Gruen R, Tavender E, Mayhew A. Komplexität bei der Durchführung systematischer Übersichten zur Versorgung im Gesundheitssystem [Complexity of conducting systematic reviews in health services]Evidenz und Entscheidung: System unter Druck. 10. Jahrestagung des Deutschen Netzwerks Evidenzbasierte Medizin. Berlin, http://www.egms.de/en/meetings/ebm2009/09ebm079.shtml 2) Nasser M, Fedorowicz Z, Bastian H. Comparing the priorities action areas in oral health with the available evidence in the Cochrane Library. Z. Evid Fortbild, Qual, Gesundheitswesen. 2008;102:94-5.
Expertise sought:We are interested to be informed on ongoing or finished studies evaluating patient record systems in dental practice (RCTs, CCTs, controlled before and after studies, interrupted time series)

DIOC user:

mona nasser (5 star_blue), Institute for Quality and Efficiency in Health Care
mona nasser's interests: clinical decision support, educational technology, bioinformatics, practice management, patients and computers/consumer health informatics, evidence-based dentistry/electronic information resources, research methods, library information sciences


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