This study investigated the feasibility of extracting medication information from non-structured electronic clinical sources within an electronic health record.
Brigham and Women's Hospital
This project was one of the Centers for Education and Research on Therapeutics’ projects, a national initiative to increase awareness of the benefits and risks of new, existing, or combined uses of therapeutics through education and research.
This project designed, developed, piloted, and studied an e-Prescribing utility called Rx Gateway.
The goal of this study was to develop and evaluate electronic health record-based tools to improve diagnosis and treatment of overweight and obesity in primary care.
This study evaluated the impact of a widely used e-prescribing system in order to understand characteristics of successful e-prescribing adoption.
This project assessed the facilitators and barriers to adoption, implementation, and use of a personal health record in four practices, and evaluated the impact of various strategies on adoption and usage rates.
Performed a rigorous evaluation of the impact of a statewide implementation program on EHR adoption by rural and non-rural ambulatory care practices and its impact on medication errors and the quality of ambulatory care as a collaborative effort among providers, insurers, and businesses in cooperation with the state government.
The project team studied primary care patients with chest pain and found that over one-third of diagnoses of acute myocardial infarction were missed and not directly referred to the emergency department.
This project designed and validated a new diabetes quality of care process measure.
Examined the impact of integrating ambulatory CPOE with advanced CDSS on safety and quality in the ambulatory setting, its organizational efficiency, workflow, and satisfaction, and conducted a cost-benefit analysis.