Dykes, Patricia

Shareable, Interoperable Clinical Decision Support for Older Adults: Advancing Fall Assessment and Prevention Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Findings into Diverse Primary Care Practices (ASPIRE)

Description

This research iteratively designed and developed a standards-based, interoperable, and publicly available clinical decision support resource to aid primary care practices in instituting routine fall risk assessment and prevention care plans.

Grant Number
U18 HS027557
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Clinical decision support for fall prevention: Defining end-user needs.

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Usability testing of an interoperable computerized clinical decision support tool for fall risk management in primary care

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Fall risk management using clinical decision support in a rural nursing-led primary care practice.

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Transforming Guidelines into Action: Clinical Decision Support at the Point of Care

Event Date
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AHRQ hosted a presentation highlighting how panelists implemented patient-focused clinical decision support (CDS) tools using modern, shareable, and interoperable technologies.  During the webinar, expert speakers shared findings from their own research on how CDS tools can present healthcare providers with knowledge and patient-specific information at the point of care to enhance clinical workflow, outcomes, and quality of care.

Shareable, Interoperable Clinical Decision Support for Older Adults: Advancing Fall Assessment and Prevention Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Findings into Diverse Primary Care Practices (ASPIRE) - Final Report

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Experts' perspectives on use of fast healthcare interoperable resources for computerized clinical decision support.

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Management of fall risk among older adults in diverse primary care settings.

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