This research aims to determine the effectiveness of a program designed to reduce medication-related issues among patients during the hospital-to-skilled nursing facility transition.
This research will evaluate the safety, usability, and impact of an e-prescribing standard on adverse drug events related to erroneously dispensed medications.
This research will evaluate the impact on patient and provider outcomes from integrating a virtual pharmacist into a telehealth-based palliative care model.
This research will develop and disseminate sharable, interoperable drug-drug interaction decision-making tools that enable patient-centered shared decision making.
This research explores the effectiveness of an e-prescribing tool to electronically communicate medication discontinuation orders between electronic health records and pharmacies.
This study will create an innovative electronic medication administration record prototype and a medication administration workflow risk assessment to improve the medication administration process and the usability and safety of the electronic medication administration records in response to challenges from COVID-19.
This project proposes a novel proactive system to reduce alert burden and thereby increase attention to situations in which patient safety is at risk.
This study will evaluate the effectiveness of patient photographs displayed in electronic health record systems for preventing wrong-patient errors.
This study showed the feasibility and value of creating a methodology and process for a health information technology black box to inform electronic health record design and usability.
This research assessed the etiology of medication ordering errors, finding that errors stemmed from multi-level risk factors and showing the utility of a void alert tool to prospectively capture the broad range of errors that may occur in practice that may be missed by using traditional retrospective error reporting methods.