Nurse Practitioner

Scaling E.Q.U.I.P.P.E.D. Clinical Decision Support

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This research will further scale clinical decision support aimed at preventing the prescription of inappropriate medications to older adults upon discharge from the emergency department.

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August 1, 2019 to July 31, 2021

Translating Hypertension Guidelines into Practice: Development of Interoperable Clinical Decision Support

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This research will create patient-centered, interoperable, shareable clinical decision support tools that will support providers and patients in making patient-centered decisions about management of hypertension.

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September 30, 2019 to September 29, 2021

Association of electronic health record design and use factors with clinician stress and burnout.

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Use of the consolidated framework for implementation research to guide dissemination and implementation of new technologies in surgery.

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The Effect of Health Information Technology on Health Care Provider Communication - Final Report

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Providers’ assessment of a novel interactive health information technology in a pediatric intensive care unit

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Minimizing Stress, Maximizing Success of Physician's Use of Health Information - Final Report

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Prevent Diabetes Mellitus (PreDM) Clinical Decision Support Intervention in Community Health Centers

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This project will develop and evaluate the impact of the Prevent Diabetes Mellitus Clinical Decision Support on clinical outcomes, healthcare process measures, and associated costs.

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September 1, 2018 to June 30, 2021

Feasibility of an image-based mobile health protocol for postoperative wound monitoring.

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Expert consensus to weight an adherence score for audit and feedback of practices that prevent necrotizing enterocolitis in very low birth weight infants.

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