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This research will support development and testing of technical tools for use within electronic health records or other systems to collect patient-reported outcomes for clinical use and research.
This contract provided the administration and management of the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's “Step Up App Challenge: Advancing Care Through Patient Self-Assessments.”
This project developed and tested a tablet-based decision aid to assist primary care providers in applying patient-reported outcomes to smoking cessation and found that the tool facilitated more conversations about smoking cessation between patients and providers.
This project developed the Patient-Centered Virtual Multimedia Interactive Informed Consent tool and found that patients who used the tool had increased knowledge and higher satisfaction than control patients.
This project studied patient portals, their use in primary care, and the impact of use on chronic conditions, and identified opportunities to improve adoption of patient portals.
This project evaluated the impact of an inpatient portal used by cardiac patients and found that patients using the portal had a lower 30-day hospital readmission rate.
This project supports the Stanford Medicine X conference at the School of Medicine in September of 2012, 2013, and 2014 in Stanford, CA.
This project studied the impact on workflow of applications that allow patients to electronically share information with clinics on workflow and at how clinics redesign information workflows to incorporate this data.
This study evaluated the Functional Assessment Screening Tablets (FAST) tool that provides patients with self-management support and found that FAST prompted discussions about healthy behaviors between patients and providers.
This project evaluated and established the feasibility of CarePartner, a novel intervention designed to improve the effectiveness of transition support for common chronic conditions.