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This project provided input to inform the development of nine proposed Stage 3 MU objectives focused on patient engagement, interoperability, and care coordination.
This project created recommendations for the development of a health information technology enabled tool to support transitions of care for those with sickle cell disease.
This project evaluated the feasibility of primary care physicians to integrate an interactive preventive healthcare record (IPHR), which was created during a previous study, into their practices to deliver preventive services.
This project sought to identify and assess the best methods of implementing an advanced patient-centered integrated personal health record called MyPreventiveCare.
The goal of the project is to establish a foundation and action agenda for the use of the dense display of data and other innovative information design principles in primary care health information technology (IT) applications.
In this project, primary care practices in the Virginia Ambulatory Care Outcomes Research Network conducted quality performance monitoring data collection and reporting projects.
This project developed geriatric-specific algorithms for use in e-prescribing systems to alert clinicians to potential problems during medication management.
This study developed electronic medical record-based quality indices for eleven cardiovascular primary care services. It related physicians’ prior index scores to subsequent disease incidence and to care utilization in their patients.
The Interactive Preventive Health Record is a personal health record that was created and tested to make preventive information actionable for patients.
Develops a patient Master Visit Registry (MVR), addressing the need for better information sharing among clinical organizations and enhancing their ability to give patients continuous high-quality care when they change providers. The MVR will expand upon an existing patient record-keeping system, while improving local handling and exchange of records.