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Table 3 Respondents’ use and satisfaction with the ECDs and EPDs features (N = Respondents, Likert scale; 1 = very dissatisfied, 2 = dissatisfied, 3 = neither satisfied nor dissatisfied, 4 = satisfied, 5 = very satisfied)

From: State of the practice of health information systems: a survey study amongst health care professionals in intellectual disability care

Feature Users
N
N ECD
Mode
Range N EPD
Mode
Range
Patient/Client administration 238 149 4 1–5 89 4 2–5
Reporting 207 194 4 1–5 13b 5 1–5
Client treatment and support registration 194 183 4 1–5 11 4 2–5
Storage and document management 171 162 4 1–5 9c 4 2–4
Register medical patient information 120 10a 2 1–5 110 4 1–5
Financial administration and reimbursement 109 69 4 1–5 40 4 1–5
Calendar Management 101 36 4 1–4 65 4 1–5
Registration of consultation following structure 96 96 4 1–5
Making of letters 92 92 4 1–5
Test results from specialist/lab 90 90 4 1–5
Registration of diagnoses 81 81 3 1–5
Communication between team members 72 67 4 1–5 5a 5 2–5
Prescribe medication 70 70 3 1–5
Client portal 68 67 3 2–5 1a 3
Electronic exchange of patient/client dossier 62 62 2 1–5
Medication overview 15 15 4 3–5
Medication surveillance 14 14c 4 3–5
Other registrations 172 169 4 1–5 3a NUd 3–5
  1. aObtained from ‘Other, …’
  2. bAnswer option provided to Dentists only
  3. cAnswer option provided to Pharmacists only
  4. dNU Not Unique