Health Information Exchange
This research will assess the validity of patient-level computable social factor phenotypes used to predict a patient’s risk of increased healthcare utilization and costs.
Advancing Population and Public Health Reporting and Outcomes with Vaccination Data Exchange (APPROVE)
This research study will evaluate interoperability tools for vaccination data exchange across information systems for infectious disease surveillance, vaccinations, and electronic health records to facilitate infectious disease surveillance and quality of healthcare.
Implementing Personalized Cross-Sector Transitional Care Management to Promote Care Continuity, Reduce Low-Value Utilization, and Reduce the Burden of Treatment for High-Need, High-Cost Patients
This research will integrate cross-sector care alerts and interoperable personalized care planning into the existing Coordinating Transitions Intervention (CTI) tool and evaluate the impact of the revised tool on patient burden, care team collaboration, and utilization value for high-need, high-cost patients.
Implementing USPSTF Recommendations for Breast Cancer Screening and Prevention by Integrating Clinical Decision Support Tools with the Electronic Health Record
This study will integrate a previously piloted risk tool and clinical decision aid, MammoScreen, with an EHR to provide personalized decision support for both patients and clinicians to improve quality of care for women who are at increased risk for breast cancer.
This is a questionnaire designed to be completed by practice managers in an ambulatory setting. The tool includes questions to assess the benefits and current state of electronic health records and health information exchanges.
Improving Healthcare Processes and Outcomes by Directly Integrating Health Information Exchange Data in the Clinical Workflow
The research team will implement and evaluate an integration application that incorporates relevant health information exchange data directly into the electronic health record in the emergency department.