A variety of articles addressing the issue of problem lists in Electronic Health Records.
Clinical implications of an accurate problem list on heart failure treatment.
Clinician attitudes toward and use of electronic problem lists: a thematic analysis.
Healthcare provider attitudes towards the problem list in an electronic health record: a mixed-methods qualitative study
Use of an Electronic Problem List by Primary Care Providers and Specialists
Distribution of Problems, Medications and Lab Results in Electronic Health Records: The Pareto Principle at Work
An automated technique for identifying associations between medications, laboratory results and problems
A method and knowledge base for automated inference of patient problems from structured data in an electronic medical record
Improving completeness of electronic problem lists through clinical decision support: a randomized, controlled trial
Incomplete Care — On the Trail of Flaws in the System
Leveraging electronic health records to support chronic disease management: the need for temporal data views
Indication-based prescribing prevents wrong-patient medication errors in computerized provider order entry (CPOE)