Chronic Conditions

Use of Electronic Health Record Metadata to Assess Hospital Discharge Planning for Post-Acute Transitions

Description

This research will develop and test novel approaches for using electronic health record metadata to characterize and evaluate hospital discharge planning practices, with the long-term goal of providing tools to monitor and strengthen specific behaviors within discharge workflows that optimize post-acute transitions of care.

Grant Number
R21 HS028865
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Comparison of an artificial intelligence-enabled patient decision aid vs educational material on decision quality, shared decision-making, patient experience, and functional outcomes in adults with knee osteoarthritis: A randomized clinical trial.

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