The National Institute of Standards and Technology will host a workshop on June 7 on measuring, evaluating and improving the usability of electronic health records.
The workshop essentially will be an open forum for industry stakeholders. Topics under consideration include what facets of usability to measure, measurement methods and protocols to use, challenges to rigorous measurement and how to address them, and how measurement results can stimulate the market and improve usability.
The workshop, at NIST's main facility in Gaithersburg, Md., is free. Online registration ends on June 1. Rooms at a nearby Holiday Inn are available for $125 per night. Click here for more information.
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