The increased adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) has identified a significant need to develop tools to help providers maximize time spent documenting in the EHR. Copy and paste functionality, also known as carrying forward, cut and paste, and cloning, is one of many tools that can help providers save time and has been around longer than computers. A survey of thirteen Health Information Management (HIM) professionals responsible for HIMS functions within an acute care hospital in North Carolina was conducted. The survey response rate was 53%. The data gathered in this research study will add to HIM body of knowledge, in providing up-to-date data showing how copy and paste functionality is being addressed in acute care hospitals in North Carolina.
Urquhart-Jones, Tricia, "Managing Copy and Paste Functionality in the Electronic Health Record" (2015). Applied Research Projects. 20. . https://doi.org/10.21007/chp.hiim.0028