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  1. January 01, 2017 - Introduction and adoption of the intervention may be more rapid in some settings (small ambulatory clinic … Table 7: Reporting rates for cases of notifiable disease submitted for seven commonly reported conditions … Completeness of notifiable infectious disease reporting in the United States: an analytical literaturereview. … What's Past is Prologue: A Scoping Review of Recent Public Health and Global Health Informatics Literature
  2. January 01, 2017 - These three facilities were selected as they provided insight from training and academic facilities … and programs in place (e.g. variation when rapid assessments areas are open or closed, team in triage … Academic Emergency Medicine. 2000 Nov 1;7(11):1239-43. 8. Spencer R, Logan P. … Translational cognition for decision support in critical care environments: a review. … A review of dashboards for data analytics in nursing.
  3. January 01, 2017 - This project, called the “CDS Connect Project,” is focused on supporting the rapid translation of evidence-based … Patient Home 31 Academic Medical Center 18 Emergency Department 16 Federally Qualified Health Center … a prototype EHR and had to review the case, provide a verbal summary of the case, and fill out a workload … This Publication Database is updated on a quarterly basis via literature search of projects active within … During 2017, a total of 148 peer-reviewed publications were identified through the literature search
  4. March 01, 2014 - The patient can then transmit recordings of home exercise to the PT for rapid review and feedback. … The alpha test measures the limits of accuracy of body tracking by the IBEHR. … Sheehan has received institutional review board approval and the University of Washington has initiated … All reported the system easy to use. … The results of this research demonstrated a high level of acceptance of the IBEHR by both the physical
  5. May 31, 2016 - certain patient cases). … The benefits of health information technology: a review of the recent literature shows predominantly … Immediate benefits realized following implementation of physician order entry at an academic medical … review. … terminology through a systematic literature review.
  6. May 09, 2016 - but at the time there were 58 personal health records listed in myphr.org that we were able to review … (Slide) Some people seem to really get around and at least review most of the functionality. … potential for combining the personal health record with patient registries for collecting patient-reported … You're working and it's still not possible, but you do believe that in a lot of cases it will be possible … But in the literature we know that older women tend to lose their fine motor skills more than men.
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    July 01, 2015 - further improve workflows 3 Support activities  Technical expert panel  Request for Information  LiteratureReview  Environmental Scan  User centered design? … Knowledge about performance and skill to execute UCD is critical 19 UCD from Mockup to Real Use  Rapid … lit review Access database – & may contain user stories if any apply to fields selected) 24 Advanced … needs to achieve goals  Design  Test with cognitive walkthroughs  Revise design  Test with use cases
  8. January 01, 2016 - Interview sessions were planned for each of the use cases in each professional role in the workflow … sustained high effort to compensate and high stress about risk for losing track of cases and orders. … A systematic review of the types and causes of prescribing errors generated from using computerized … evidence for rapid and affordable access to interdisciplinary collaborative consultation. … Research Plan Review for: The Risk of Inadequate Design of Human and Automation/Robotic Integration,
  9. July 29, 2015 - of health care + Technical complexity of health IT = Risk of unpredictable impact Challenge and … • Review plan status and make appointment reminder calls. … attributes User tasks 1 = used 0 = not used Screen Video Demo Usability Test Results for Use Cases … ► Potential risk of adverse events ► Decreased quality of care/increased length of stay ► Decreased … ► Trauma 1 to community centers ► Teaching facilities, midlevel practice, rapid treatment area ►
  10. March 31, 2016 - Finally, most of the literature did not include descriptions of the sociotechnical context of health … Informatics systems to promote improved care for chronic illness: A literature review. … through a systematic literature review. … [Give subject copy of consent form and review elements of consent]. … [Give subject copy of consent form and review elements of consent].
  11. January 01, 2016 - Home 28 Academic Medical Center 24 Emergency Department 17 Outpatient 5 Perioperative/Operative … Initial chart review data found that physicians documented medical-legal needs in the charts of more … Researchers found distinct differences between simple and complex patient cases in the study, where … published that were identified through the literature search and the notification system. … Those with higher pain on admission experienced more rapid reductions during the first 2 hours of treatment
  12. December 01, 2015 - supports HIE expansion and in some cases redirects priorities for new HIE functionality. … This dynamic was especially true in the presence of dominant stakeholder organizations and in cases … The evaluation team also continued to review the literature and follow the progress of the HIE development … This work was based on input locally, nationally and reviews of the literature. … A review of the list of active members of each committee is conducted annually at the time of the RIQI
  13. January 01, 2016 - Through the literature review and expert consultation, this report aims to address and present recommendations … Through the review of the literature, we identified issues regarding leveraging health IT and the Medicaid … Through the extensive literature review, and the expert input that was received at the meeting, we have … FINAL REPORT | A-5 Methodology This report reflects an extensive literature review and consultation … framework for the literature review.
  14. July 01, 2015 - and data reported by providers as a result of reviewing the QHF reports. … This led us to review the growth rate of the subpopulations. … These adjustments can go in either direction—raising rates of reported change or lowering them. … and data reported by providers as a result of reviewing the QHF reports. … This led us to review the growth rate of the subpopulations.
  15. January 01, 2015 - • Review of the individual’s history as well as making suggestions on how to move forward. … • Think critically about the pros and cons of experience sampling versus patient reported outcomes … Environment is key in terms of academic and industrial collaborations. … • Population-based screening for cases or specific issues like suicide that existing systems aren … Research • Active research (e.g., rapid prototyping, rapid cycles of improve-assess, or PDSA cycles
  16. February 24, 2015 - the spread of electronic health records to improve health care • Objectives of Meaningful Use ► Stage … and Sharing ► Stage 2: Advance Clinical Processes ► Stage 3: Improved Outcomes 6 Background • Rapid … 7 http://healthit.ahrq.gov/ahrq-funded-projects/evaluation-of-meaningful-use Evaluation of Stage … o More pronounced visual cues can improve rapid detection of clinically abnormal lab values (e.g., subtle … other important data to ensure timely review/response and prevent duplication. 37 EHR Innovations
  17. March 01, 2015 - The purpose of the RFTO was to fund rapid cycle evaluation studies of the implementation of Stage 3 … The study team found providers were not even aware of this issue in some cases. … cases. … A more pronounced visual cue can improve rapid detection of markedly abnormal lab values. … A more pronounced visual cue can improve rapid detection of markedly abnormal lab values.
  18. October 19, 2014 - priorities developed by Viergever et al. (2010).1 Viergever et al. conducted a literature review and … Collectively, presenters described a future in which the rapid development of new sources of health … Because of rapid advances in medical knowledge, the growing complexity of health care delivery, and … Informatics systems to promote improved care for chronic illness: a literature review. … MIT Technology Review; 2012.
  19. January 01, 2015 - reported outcomes. 3. … Patient Portals and Patient Engagement: A State of the Science Review. … Informatics systems to promote improved care for chronic illness: a literature review. … : a systematic review. … Systematic review: impact of health information technology on quality, efficiency, and costs of medical
  20. February 01, 2015 - The purpose of the RFTO was to fund rapid cycle evaluation studies of the implementation of Stage 3 … Annual surgical volumes average 1,220 to 1,300 adult cases and 480 to 500 pediatric cases. … Stakeholders gave examples of depression screener results that indicate suicidality, rapid weight gain … with the rapid pace of change and how challenging it can be to keep up with advances in technology … Experience, however, was in some cases more limited than anticipated.

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