Acute Care

Use of Electronic Health Record Metadata to Assess Hospital Discharge Planning for Post-Acute Transitions

Description

This research will develop and test novel approaches for using electronic health record metadata to characterize and evaluate hospital discharge planning practices, with the long-term goal of providing tools to monitor and strengthen specific behaviors within discharge workflows that optimize post-acute transitions of care.

Grant Number
R21 HS028865
Principal Investigator(s)

Evaluation of the SCALED (SCaling AcceptabLE cDs) Approach for the Implementation of Interoperable Clinical Decision Support for Venous Thromboembolism Prevention

Description

This research will adapt an existing interoperable clinical decision support (CDS) tool for prevention of venous thromboembolism (VTE) to those with traumatic brain injury, scale it using an implementation strategy called SCALED (Scaling AcceptabLE cDs), and evaluate that approach to ensure that CDS tools are based on the most current evidence.

Grant Number
R18 HS028583

Predictive Modeling for Social Needs in Emergency Department Settings

Description

This research will compare the use of predictive modeling versus traditional questionnaires to identify those with unmet social needs, use the superior method to inform the development of a clinical decision support tool, and evaluate the tool’s impact on referrals to social providers.

Grant Number
R01 HS028008
Principal Investigator(s)

Telehealth Education for Asthma Connecting Hospital and Home (TEACHH)

Description

This research will study the implementation of Telehealth Education for Asthma Connecting Hospital and Home (TEACHH), a novel intervention designed to provide an effective asthma educational platform appropriate for all health literacy levels. The intervention includes initial instruction in the hospital and reinforcement at home using virtual visits to reduce barriers to self-management support for children who are hospitalized due to asthma.

Grant Number
R03 HS028033
Principal Investigator(s)