Developed a community-wide HIE collaborative in a rural area that gave patients and providers access to comprehensive clinical data on the Internet; developed disease-management prototypes on diabetes, pediatric asthma, depression, and low back pain and evaluated the development, implementation, and outcomes of the collaborative.
This project extensively tested, refined, and evaluated a tool called the Hazard Manager, a tool designed to support the characterization of hazards and communicate their potential and actual causality in adverse effects.
This project developed a process for translating narrative, unstructured, evidence-based clinical recommendations and performance measures into a structured, coded format that can be implemented into health information technology systems.
This is an interview guide designed to be conducted with administrators, clinical staff, implementers, and office staff across a health care system. The tool includes questions to assess user's perceptions of electronic health records.
This project compared high and low intensity support for implementation of clinical decision support (CDS) and found that the low intensity support may be sufficient to help community health centers improve their use of CDS over a relatively short time period.
This research studied the barriers and usability of electronic and personal health records, developed a framework of best practices for design, and validated that framework with functional prototypes.
The Patient-Centered Clinical Decision Support Learning Network was created as a multistakeholder collaborative to address barriers and facilitators, formulate recommendations, and take action to improve the adoption and use of patient-centered outcomes research-based clinical decision support.