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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