USA, WI, Madison
This project will examine the impact of implementing the e-Prescribing standard CancelRx on outpatient medication discrepancies and on clinic and pharmacy workflows.
This project supported a 2-day conference called the Ethics in Investigational and Interventional Uses of Immersive VR (e3iVR), hosted by the Living Environments Laboratory at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
This project will inform the design of electronic health records to support the cognitive work of primary care clinicians and teams.
This research linked a web viewer for 3D models of patient homes to an electronic health record so that the models could be viewable and annotated from within a patient’s record for better discharge planning.
This project evaluated the use of two patient-centered telemedicine technologies, telephonic and video counseling, for patients with substance use disorders.
This project designed and tested a smartphone patient application to detect vascular surgical site infections and found that it allowed for early detection and was easy to use.
The purpose of this project is to create a systematic way to understand and measure how household context—such as storage adequacy, lighting, and privacy affordance—influences personal health information management.
The purpose of this project is to evaluate the cognitive and team work involved in venous thromboembolism prevention and management and to develop design requirements for a clinical decision support tool that supports this collaborative work.
Assesses the implementation of CPOE/ EHR systems in 4 intensive care units (ICUs) and evaluates the value and outcomes of patient safety involving medication errors; quality of care; end users' job tasks, perceptions, and attitudes; and financial impact.
This dissertation work informed the creation of three conceptual frameworks related to the design of culturally-informed consumer health information technology.