Ambulatory Setting

Feasibility Study of a Mobile Digital Personal Health Record for Family- Centered Care Coordination for Children and Youth with Special Healthcare Needs

Description

This study will evaluate the feasibility of a digital personal health record mobile application for longitudinal care planning, patient/family-centered goal tracking, and communication with providers all integrated with electronic health records by Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources data standards to enhance care coordination for families of children and youth with special healthcare needs.

Grant Number
R21 HS028699
Principal Investigator(s)

Stage 3 Meaningful Use: Practice Manager Survey

Description

This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by practice managers in an ambulatory setting. The tool includes questions to assess the benefits and current state of electronic health records and health information exchanges.

Stage 3 Meaningful Use: Primary Care Provider Survey

Description
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by physicians in an ambulatory setting. The tool includes questions to assess the benefits and current state of electronic health records and health information exchanges.

Shareable, Interoperable Clinical Decision Support for Older Adults: Advancing Fall Assessment and Prevention Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Findings into Diverse Primary Care Practices (ASPIRE)

Description

The purpose of this research is to develop a standards-based, interoperable, and publicly available clinical decision support resource to aid primary care practices in instituting routine fall risk assessment and prevention care plans.

Grant Number
U18 HS027557
Principal Investigator(s)

Improving Recognition and Management of Hypertension in Youth: Comparing Approaches for Extending Effective CDS for use in a Large Rural Health System

Description

The aim of this research is to implement a clinical decision support tool to provide clinicians patient-specific and evidence-based treatment recommendations regarding the recognition and management of high blood pressure and hypertension in children and adolescents.

Grant Number
R18 HS027402
Principal Investigator(s)