It's a mix here.
At the main hospital where I was until Feb., we still charted on paper. But labs, test results, Xrays, H&P, etc., are on computer. A paper copy of same is on the chart. We also enter VS, I&O onto computer at the end of the shift. (That info is also on the paper chart.)
In Home Health, where I am now (same hospital), we have laptop computers for OASIS, and we all fill out our time sheets on computer. Two of the RN's have "gone live", meaning they do *all* their charting for daily visits as well as everything else on computer. We will all be going "live" by the end of the year. The two RN already there are helping streamline the program, sorta "beta-testing" it before mass comsumotion.
Getting back to the hospital itself: I see several of you mention MDs being resistant to the use of computers. We had a hard time getting ours to look up results for themselves also. But finally Nursing Admin mad a rule that we WERE NOT ALLOWED to look up results for the doc. They all are able to take the same course *we* took when we were hired in that taught us how to use the programs. And they are all able to have free hook-up from the hospital to their homes to be able to look up values and results at their homes, then call in with orders if need be. We were told by Admin to tell Dr. Ihatebeingadocandihateyoutoo, "It is not my job to do *your* job." Actually, I have never had a problem.....even the most resistent MD finally "got it" and calls up his own results (while we all hear him cursing out loud - hee hee)