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Influence, information overload, and information technology in health care

James B. Rebitzer

Influence, information overload, and information technology in health care

by James B. Rebitzer

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Published by National Bureau of Economic Research in Cambridge, MA .
Written in English


Edition Notes

StatementJames B. Rebitzer, Mari Rege, Christopher Shepard.
SeriesNBER working paper series -- working paper 14159, Working paper series (National Bureau of Economic Research : Online) -- working paper no. 14159.
ContributionsRege, Mari., Shepard, Christopher., National Bureau of Economic Research.
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LC ClassificationsHB1
The Physical Object
FormatElectronic resource
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17088528M
LC Control Number2008610976

The book includes several case studies designed to help you apply the framework, as well as tips and tools to reference as you embrace the opportunity to change how you handle overload! It brings you to a better understanding of the numerous factors that influence nurses’ interpretation of the information and cues they deal with every day in. "Information Overload" earned first place in the AJN Book of the Year Award category of information technology/social media. The AJN Book of the Year program is a prestigious competition that garners the attention of the nursing community and supporting health care publishers. According to AJN Editor-in-Chief Shawn Kennedy, MA, RN, FAAN.

Mari Rege (born ) is a Norwegian economist and professor of economics at the University of ted there in , she is the youngest such professor to be appointed in Norway. She specializes in family, gender equality, working life, and school performance issues.. Rege received a degree in economics from the University of Oslo in and a . An Overview on Information and Communication Overload: /ch This chapter presents an overview on information and communication overload. The theme is contextualized and the main concepts are discussed based on theCited by: 1.

  “The Relationships Among Performance of Accounting Information Systems, Influence Factors, and Evolution Level of Information Systems.” Journal of Management Information Systems, Vol. 12, No. 4, pp. – Cited by: Experts note that information overload is “A symptom of the high-tech age, which is too much information for one human being to absorb in an expanding world of people and technology. It comes from all sources including TV, newspapers, and magazines as well as wanted and unwanted regular mail, e-mail and faxes.


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Influence, information overload, and information technology in health care by James B. Rebitzer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Information overload, Information Overload, and Information Technology in Health Care James B. Rebitzer, Mari Rege, Christopher Shepard. NBER Working Paper No. Issued in JulyRevised in December NBER Program(s):Health Care, Health Economics, Labor Studies.

Influence, Information Overload, and Information Technology in Health Care James B. Rebitzer, Mari Rege, and Christopher Shepard NBER Working Paper No.

July JEL No. D01,D8,I12,L86 ABSTRACT We investigate whether information technology can help physicians more efficiently acquire new knowledge. We investigate whether information technology (IT) can help physicians more efficiently acquire new knowledge in a clinical environment characterized by information overload.

We combine analysis of data from a randomized trial with a theoretical model of the influence that IT has on the acquisition of new medical by: We investigate whether information technology (IT) can help physicians more efficiently acquire new knowledge in a clinical environment characterized by information overload.

We combine analysis of data from a randomized trial with a theoretical model of the influence that IT has on the acquisition of new medical knowledge. Although the theoretical framework we develop is Cited by: Downloadable. We investigate whether information technology can help physicians more efficiently acquire new knowledge in a clinical environment characterized by information overload.

Our analysis makes use of data from a randomized trial as well as a theoretical model of the influence that information technology has on the acquisition of new medical knowledge.

Influence, information overload, and information technology in health care Article Literature Review in Advances in health economics and health services research. Information overload is at first a term popularized by Alvin Toffler in his famous book “Future Book” that refers to the difficulty a person can have understanding an issue and making decisions that can be caused by the presence of too much information.

The meaning of information overload conveys a simple concept: the receipt of too much Cited by: 6. Information overload is a decisive factor driving negative “work environments [that] are killing productivity, dampening creativity, and making us unhappy” (Dean and Webb ).Losses arising directly or indirectly from information overload are estimated at $ billion worldwide each year (Lohr )—an amount that equals the gross domestic product of Cited by: Information Technology (IT) has the potential to improve the quality, safety, and efficiency of healthcare.

This paper focuses on the expanding role of IT in Healthcare Information. BibTeX @MISC{Rebitzer08influence,information, author = {James B.

Rebitzer and Mari Rege and Christopher Shepard and James B. Rebitzer and Mari Rege and Christopher Shepard and James B. Rebitzer}, title = {Influence, Information Overload, and Information Technology in Health Care}, year = {}}. We investigate whether information technology can help physicians more efficiently acquire new knowledge in a clinical environment characterized by information overload.

Our analysis makes use of data from a randomized trial as well as a theoretical model of the influence that information technology has on the acquisition of new medical knowledge. A Brief History of Information Overload. The term “information overload” was coined by Bertram Gross, the Professor of Political Science at Hunter College, in his work – The Managing of Organizations.

However, it was popularized by Alvin Toffler, the American writer and futurist, in his book “Future Shock” in Introduction: Information overload and filter failure. Information overload is not a new concept: Innovations in information technology - be it the development of the written language or recent social networking technologies - cause both an increased production of information, and an increased access to information, invariably leading to the complaint that there is “too much information.”Cited by: Get this from a library.

Influence, information overload, and information technology in health care. [James B Rebitzer; Mari Rege; Christopher Shepard; National Bureau of Economic Research.] -- We investigate whether information technology can help physicians more efficiently acquire new knowledge in a clinical environment characterized by information overload.

This book covers the ever-increasing problem of information overload from both the professional and academic perspectives. Focusing on the needs of practicing engineers and professional communicators, it addresses the causes and costs of information overload, along with strategies and techniques for reducing and minimizing its negative effects.

Information Overload earned first place in the AJN Book of the Year Award category of information technology/social media. The AJN Book of the Year program is a prestigious competition that garners the attention of the nursing community and Price: $ Introduction to Healthcare Information Technology Since the healthcare industry is growing at a rapid pace faster than the average human being could imagine.

And one of the most significant changes is the increase usage of electronic health records. I can't wait to take the class that's based on this books topics!Cited by: 4. Influence, Information Overload and Information Technology in Health Care. Innovation and Economic Growth.

Article Snapshot. Author(s) James B. Rebitzer, Mari Rege and Christopher Shepard Source. Advances in Health Economics and Health Services Research, Vol. 19, p.Summary. This paper looks at how technology can help doctors use. information overload issues.

This review addresses a limitation noted by Eppler and Mengis (), namely that research focusing on information overload from other perspectives (e.g., psychology, health care, and mass communication) is not addressed adequately. As Webster and Watson () noted, review articles areCited by:   UCD is essential in the battle against information overload and the law of unintended consequences.

Technology is introduced to solve a problem or to improve performance, but this then changes people’s behaviour and new problems may emerge. Originally, email seemed like a wonderful idea – it is cheap, fast, saves paper, and so by:. Information Overload: Framework, Tips, and Tools to Manage in Complex Healthcare Environments has been recognized by the American Journal of Nursing as one of the best nursing and health care publications of “Information Overload” earned first place in the AJN Book of the Year Award category of information technology/social AJN Book of .Healthcare Informatics is defined as “the integration of healthcare sciences, computer science, information science, and cognitive science to assist in the management of healthcare information” (Saba & McCormick,p.

). Nursing Informatics is a subset of informatics, specific to the field and the role of the nurse in the healthcare.Influence, information overload, and information technology in health care.

Rebitzer JB, Rege M, Shepard C. Adv Health Econ Health Serv Res,01 Jan Cited by: 6 articles | PMID: Review.