Tuesday, April 22, 2008

J Gen Intern Med - Special Issue on Health Information Technology

This Journal of General Internal Medicine AHRQ-sponsored special issue includes a collection of studies and commentaries on how health information technology can improve medical care.

Introduction to the JGIM Special Issue on Health Information Technology

Moving Health Information Technology Forward

Uptake of Electronic Prescribing in Community-Based Practices

Variation in Electronic Prescribing Implementation Among Twelve Ambulatory Practices

Centers Speak Up: The Clinical Context for Health Information Technology in the Ambulatory Care Setting

Employing the Electronic Health Record to Improve Diabetes Care: A Multifaceted Intervention in an Integrated Delivery System

Electronic Medical Record-Assisted Design of a Cluster-Randomized Trial to Improve Diabetes Care and Outcomes

An Electronic Medical Record (EMR)-Based Intervention to Reduce Polypharmacy and Falls in an Ambulatory Rural Elderly Population

Electronic Result Viewing and Quality of Care in Small Group Practices

Application of a Decision Support Tool for Anticoagulation in Patients with Non-valvular Atrial Fibrillation

Use of a Handheld Computer Application for Voluntary Medication Event Reporting by Inpatient Nurses and Physicians

Overdose Rate of Drugs Requiring Renal Dose Adjustment: Data Analysis of 4 Years Prescriptions at a Tertiary Teaching Hospital

Impact of Computerized Decision Support on Blood Pressure Management and Control: A Randomized Controlled Trial

A Mixed Method Study of the Merits of E-Prescribing Drug Alerts in Primary Care

Comparison of Electronic Physician Prompts versus Waitroom Case-Finding on Clinical Trial Enrollment

The Effect of Computerized Physician Order Entry with Clinical Decision Support on the Rates of Adverse Drug Events: A Systematic Review

Use of an Interactive, Telephone-based Self-management Support Program to Identify Adverse Events Among Ambulatory Diabetes Patients

Informing Men about Prostate Cancer Screening: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Patient Education Materials

Screening for Chronic Conditions Using a Patient Internet Portal: Recruitment for an Internet-based Primary Care Intervention

Patient Difficulty Using Tablet Computers to Screen in Primary Care

Leveraging Computerized Sign-Out to Increase Error Reporting and Addressing Patient Safety in Graduate Medical Education

Development of a Web-based Resident Profiling Tool to Support Training in Practice-based Learning and Improvement

Reducing Diagnostic Errors through Effective Communication: Harnessing the Power of Information Technology

Health Information Technology Will Shift the Medical Care Paradigm

The Role of Systems Factors in Implementing Health Information Technology

Achieving the Potential of Health Information Technology

The Pervasiveness of Telemedicine: Adoption With or Without a Research Base