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The Digitalization of Healthcare: Electronic Records and the Disruption of Moral Orders

The Digitalization of Healthcare: Electronic Records and the Disruption of Moral Orders Book reviews Edited by McLoughlin I.P., Garrety K. force, disrupting the very moral centers of the The Digitalization of and Wilson R. environments they enter. Healthcare: Electronic Oxford University Press Records and the The Digitalization of Healthcare begins by Disruption of Moral Oxford explaining the motivations surrounding EHRs Orders (Chapter 1) and the difficulties in their Review DOI implementation (Chapter 2). These first 10.1108/JET-03-2019-071 chapters ground the book in the history of EHRs and introduce the main theoretical The Digitalization of Healthcare: Electronic perspective of the book: that EHRs impact Records and the Disruption of Moral Orders the moral orders in healthcare (Chapter 3). explores why efforts to launch national The middle chapters of the book examine electronic health records (EHRs) have failed to case studies of implementations of national bring the cost savings and health benefits EHRs in Australia (Chapters 4 and 5) and promised by governments. Central to the England (Chapter 6); and also address authors’ argument is such failure which is due several smaller scale EHR systems at the to the disruption of moral orders that such regional level in these two countries technologies create. (Chapter 7). These case studies integrate EHRs involve a diversity of http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Enabling Technologies Emerald Publishing

The Digitalization of Healthcare: Electronic Records and the Disruption of Moral Orders

Journal of Enabling Technologies , Volume 13 (1): 2 – Mar 18, 2019

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Emerald Publishing
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2398-6263
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10.1108/JET-03-2019-071
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Abstract

Book reviews Edited by McLoughlin I.P., Garrety K. force, disrupting the very moral centers of the The Digitalization of and Wilson R. environments they enter. Healthcare: Electronic Oxford University Press Records and the The Digitalization of Healthcare begins by Disruption of Moral Oxford explaining the motivations surrounding EHRs Orders (Chapter 1) and the difficulties in their Review DOI implementation (Chapter 2). These first 10.1108/JET-03-2019-071 chapters ground the book in the history of EHRs and introduce the main theoretical The Digitalization of Healthcare: Electronic perspective of the book: that EHRs impact Records and the Disruption of Moral Orders the moral orders in healthcare (Chapter 3). explores why efforts to launch national The middle chapters of the book examine electronic health records (EHRs) have failed to case studies of implementations of national bring the cost savings and health benefits EHRs in Australia (Chapters 4 and 5) and promised by governments. Central to the England (Chapter 6); and also address authors’ argument is such failure which is due several smaller scale EHR systems at the to the disruption of moral orders that such regional level in these two countries technologies create. (Chapter 7). These case studies integrate EHRs involve a diversity of

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Journal of Enabling TechnologiesEmerald Publishing

Published: Mar 18, 2019

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