Organizations need to remain competitive in today’s marketplace. Technology change impacts knowledge competencies that require alteration quickly, to reduce operating costs, and eliminate human errors. Updating computer system documentation procedures require unlearning to maintain competency. Physician end-users possess specialized competencies, or knowledge base in documentation of patient data to the degree that these operations have become automatic. To change the knowledge base of practitioners, end-users must use intellectual capital to unlearn patient care EHR documentation. This study focused on competency change, with the perceptions and influencers of unlearning of old competencies during EHR updates.
WMU ScholarWorks Citation
Hafner, Julee and Noteboom, Cherie, "Does Unlearning Impact Interaction of EHR End-Users?" (2015). Transactions of the International Conference on Health Information Technology Advancement. 55.