Hallenges Employees face with electronic health records

My research is on how employees at Eye Health Vision Centers feel about the transition from paper charts to Electronic Health Records. The pros/cons. Whether they like it or not. I did a survey on 15 employees at Eye Health. I have to resubmit this module because it was done incorrectly. I am attaching the survey, my professors feedback and the tasks sheet.

Hallenges Employees face with electronic health records

The topic I chose to do research on is a?What medical information should be confidential? Who, if anybody, should have access to medical records?a? In this project, I plan to interview on group of healthcare employees at an ophthalmology practice located in SouthCoast Massachusetts and Rhode Island. With 24 doctors plus some 165 employees, including 17 licensed opticians and two licensed hearing aid dispensers, the practice services an average of two to three hundred patients per day in need of both vision and hearing assistance. With a focus on quality eye and ear care, the practice chose to convert to electronic health records two years ago in the hopes of excelling in customer care and satisfaction. This study will focus on the challenges the employees face in the process of converting from paper charts to electronic records as well as the difficulties they face explaining and dealing with patients during this conversion. The project will exemplify the concerns the employees had in the beginning and still may have about electronic records such as, whether they see this as a positive or negative turn.
In this section of my paper, I need to research other articles on this topic and study their methodology and the goals of the study. Compare and contrast the approaches and results across the studies. Summarize the results of each study. I need to link the themes and common ideas together.
At the end of the paper I need to focus on these questions
What steps will you take to accomplish your research?
Who will comprise your sample population?
How will the sample be selected?
How will you gain access to your subjects?
What specific research objective do you expect to obtain from the survey?

Hallenges Employees face with electronic health records

This is the rough draft of the data collection portion of the research paper.
A. Describe the data collection process.
Under a heading called methodology describe the data collection process. In one paragraph summarize how you addressed the ethical issues from the previous module. How did you choose your respondents? How many respondents or data sources? What was your population, how did you select your sample?
Where and how was the data collected? How did you analyze, categorize or organize your data? Describe your sample as best as you can using any demographic information you have collected. (written in past tense)

B. Report your findings
Under a heading called findings, systematically report your key findings from the analysis you have conducted above. The methodology section (data collection process) and analysis will comprise the fourth section of your final research project. This section of the research proposal should be 4-6 pages in length. This section is only about reporting the findings, no comments should be inserted in this section.

I work at a Opthalmology practice and we switched over to Electronic Health Records 2 years ago. We still are in the process of going chartless. I wanted to interview fellow coworkers of their experience in the switch over process. The advantages and disadvantages. The difficulties and obstacles they faced, especially with patients. If you could focus on those areas when describing my findings.