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Lessons Learned from Implementing a Patient Prioritization Tool Designed with End-Users in a Pediatric Emergency Ward

Clément Wawrzyniak, Jessica Schiro, François Dubos, Sylvia Pelayo, Romaric Marcilly
2019 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
It is an electronic patient prioritization tool for PED devoted to non-vital emergencies.  ...  This is true for adult and pediatric emergency department (PED) and issues are potentially important (e.g. quality of care, financial, social, ethical).  ...  Context of the study Optimum is a homegrown electronic patient prioritization tool developed to help clinicians prioritize patients (except vital emergencies) and manage patient flow in real time by automatically  ... 
doi:10.3233/shti190154 pmid:31431591 fatcat:4yrrfeqanrf65b4okzjuelb6me

A Research Agenda to Advance Pediatric Emergency Care Through Enhanced Collaboration Across Emergency Departments

Isabel Barata, Marc Auerbach, Oluwakemi Badaki‐Makun, Lee Benjamin, Madeline M. Joseph, Moon O. Lee, Kim Mears, Emory Petrack, Dina Wallin, Paul Ishimine, Kurt R. Denninghoff, Robert Cloutier
2018 Academic Emergency Medicine  
& Medicaid Services, CT Computed Tomography, EDAP Emergency Departments Approved for Pediatrics, EDs Emergency Departments, EMR Electronic Medical Record, EMSC Emergency Medical Services for Children,  ...  AAP denotes American Academy of Pediatrics, ACEP American College of Emergency Physicians, CEDR Clinical Emergency Department Registry, EDs Emergency Departments, EMR Electronic Medical Record, PECC Pediatric  ... 
doi:10.1111/acem.13642 fatcat:gchogeiipjhqbi7cwarray57ni

Application of Kaiser Model-Based Disaster Vulnerability Analysis in Pediatric Clinics of Tertiary General Hospitals

Yu-lian ZHANG
2021 Global Journal of Pediatrics & Neonatal Care  
emergency management planning, and improve the risk management of departments.  ...  Conclusion: Disaster vulnerability analysis can more realistically reflect the key and difficult issues of emergency management of pediatric outpatients, provide objective evidence for pediatric outpatient  ...  Hazard vulnerability analysis (HVA) is an important tool for assessing and preventing medical disasters.  ... 
doi:10.33552/gjpnc.2021.03.000562 fatcat:67vwfemthzfkvpke372mluqbku

Pediatric Emergency Care Research Networks: A Research Agenda

Michael J. Stoner, Prashant Mahajan, Silvia Bressan, Samuel H. F. Lam, Corrie E. Chumpitazi, Aaron E. Kornblith, Seth W. Linakis, Damian Roland, Stephen B. Freedman, Lise E. Nigrovic, Kurt Denninghoff, Paul Ishimine (+2 others)
2018 Academic Emergency Medicine  
Given the increased collaboration between pediatric emergency research networks, the logical next step is the development of a research priorities agenda to guide global research in emergency medical services  ...  for children (EMSC).  ...  Improving early identification of sepsis (age specific screening tool) 2. Working definition of sepsis in the emergency department 3.  ... 
doi:10.1111/acem.13656 pmid:30393902 fatcat:iazvem6y55gfvp27abjggb6reu

Medical legal partnership and health informatics impacting child health: Interprofessional innovations

Amy Lewis Gilbert, Stephen M. Downs
2015 Journal of Interprofessional Care  
In an effort to better address social determinants of health in pediatric primary health care settings using the Medical Legal Partnership model of health care delivery, a multi-disciplinary team of investigators  ...  came together to design an innovative process for using computerized clinical decision support to identify health-harming legal and social needs, improve the delivery of appropriate physician counseling  ...  Department of Health and Human Services' Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, grant number R01HS020640.  ... 
doi:10.3109/13561820.2015.1029066 pmid:26120893 pmcid:PMC5725761 fatcat:judzh6omofh7vjx47qqcjcfz4q

Contactless: a new personalised telehealth model in chronic pediatric diseases and disability during the COVID-19 era

Eugenio Mercuri, Giuseppe Zampino, Alisha Morsella, Marika Pane, Roberta Onesimo, Carmen Angioletti, Piero Valentini, Claudia Rendeli, Antonio Ruggiero, Lorenzo Nanni, Antonio Chiaretti, Giovanni Vento (+7 others)
2021 Italian Journal of Pediatrics  
and monitor disease progression in chronic pediatric patients.  ...  Conclusion The multimodal, multidisciplinary 'Contactless' model allowed the inclusion of all Units of our Pediatric Department and families with children with disability or complex chronic conditions.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the family associations supporting the local Pediatric Disability Center. Authors' contributions  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13052-021-00975-z pmid:33579344 fatcat:jkt36fji5zasxncaibe5hutnq4

Development of an in situ simulation-based continuing professional development curriculum in pediatric emergency medicine

James S. Leung, Mandeep Brar, Mohamed Eltorki, Kevin Middleton, Leanne Patel, Meagan Doyle, Quang Ngo
2020 Advances in Simulation  
We hypothesize that we could generate an interprofessional CPD simulation curriculum for practicing pediatric emergency medicine (PEM) physicians in a single-center tertiary care hospital using a deliberative  ...  opinion on patient benefit, simulation feasibility, and value of simulating the case for learning.  ...  to the total volume of children presenting to pediatric emergency departments [22] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/s41077-020-00129-x pmid:32617177 pmcid:PMC7326623 fatcat:bwcaojh7prh2degvpeemqxoewq

Infection control at an urban hospital in Manila, Philippines: a systems engineering assessment of barriers and facilitators

Kaitlin F. Mitchell, Anna K. Barker, Cybele L. Abad, Nasia Safdar
2017 Antimicrobial Resistance and Infection Control  
Conclusions: The identified facilitators and barriers may be used to prioritize possible opportunities for infection control interventions.  ...  Major facilitators and barriers to infection control were reported for each SEIPS factor: person, organization, tasks, physical environment, and technology and tools.  ...  Technology and Tools CCTV Data Reporting 19: Head Nurse, Emergency Medicine 19: "[Each person] is not being reported, the whole emergency department is being reported.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13756-017-0248-2 pmid:28883912 pmcid:PMC5581421 fatcat:ajsuk5lgbzgpteufmmghjgkbva

Improving Pediatric Preparedness Performance Through Strategic Partnerships

Steven E. Krug, Scott Needle, David Schonfeld, Laura Aird, Hope Hurley
2012 Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness  
Convening experts to review data and share recommendations with those who care for children was deemed an effective strategy toward improving pediatric preparedness.  ...  The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) implemented various strategies to address the needs of children during the pandemic-these efforts illustrate  ...  Many telephone triage and clinical algorithms were proposed around the time when hospital emergency departments were overrun with patients with ILI.  ... 
doi:10.1001/dmp.2012.27 pmid:22700015 fatcat:ybi7vvvx2zbctcc2pc22ob2ul4

Subject and Author Indexes for volume 62

2013 Annals of Emergency Medicine  
;62:446 (Policy Statements) Reimbursement mechanisms An evaluation of British Columbia's emergency department pay-for-performance program on emergency department length of stay: a preliminary analysis  ...  See also Costs and cost analysis; Hospitals, economics An evaluation of British Columbia's emergency department pay-for-performance program on emergency department length of stay: a preliminary analysis  ... 
doi:10.1016/s0196-0644(13)01534-5 fatcat:tparbckvhrgzdc65syzcwypggq

Development of a Sexual Health Screening Tool for Adolescent Emergency Department Patients

Monika K. Goyal, Judy A. Shea, Katie L. Hayes, Gia Badolato, James M. Chamberlain, Theoklis Zaoutis, Joel Fein, Elizabeth Alpern
2016 Academic Emergency Medicine  
emergency department (ED) for sexually transmitted infection (STI) risk assessment.  ...  Results: We developed a 20-item questionnaire through an iterative modified Delphi process with experts in adolescent and pediatric emergency medicine.  ...  High rates of STIs have been documented among an adolescent emergency department (ED) population.  ... 
doi:10.1111/acem.12994 pmid:27126128 pmcid:PMC4938750 fatcat:nofs6wrz4vctjgu23ejra55xle

The Diagnostic Error in Medicine 13th Annual International Conference

2021 Diagnosis  
are ever changing within our Emergency Department (ED).  ...  Statement of Problem: The incidence and impact of diagnostic errors (DxEs) among children evaluated in emergency departments (EDs) and urgent cares (UCs) has not been described.  ...  Triggers to Study Diagnostic Errors in Pediatric Emergency Departments P.  ... 
doi:10.1515/dx-2021-0012 pmid:33770822 fatcat:ucw266po7neldj2pls6z5qjgpi

Medical Summary Template for the Transfer of Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease from Pediatric to Adult Care

Eric I Benchimol, Waqqas Afif, Sophie Plamondon, Dennis Newhook, Stuart G Nicholls, Dominique Lévesque
2021 Journal of the Canadian Association of Gastroenterology  
Background The transfer of information is a key aspect of the transition of adolescent patients with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) from pediatric to adult care.  ...  Conclusions The standardized medical summary template should be used by pediatric providers to ensure that essential patient information and disease characteristics are sent to an adult provider.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS DATA AVAILABILITY The raw qualitative analysis data for this study were provided in Supplementary Digital Content 2.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jcag/gwab009 pmid:35118221 pmcid:PMC8806045 fatcat:jm6bct3nfvedpnsqsfjo2wpgw4

Discrete Event Simulation of Emergency Department Activity: A Platform for System-level Operations Research

L. G. Connelly
2004 Academic Emergency Medicine  
To this end, the authors describe the development and operation of Emergency Department SIMulation (EDSIM), a new platform for computer simulation of ED activity at a Level 1 trauma center.  ...  Objectives: This article explores the potential of discrete event simulation (DES) methods to advance system-level investigation of emergency department (ED) operations.  ...  Abhijeet Gorhe for her dedicated and painstaking review of patient charts.  ... 
doi:10.1197/j.aem.2004.08.021 pmid:15528582 fatcat:lobxfckmzvckrcns6e7o2xgs5q

Discrete Event Simulation of Emergency Department Activity: A Platform for System-level Operations Research

Lloyd G. Connelly, Aaron E. Bair
2004 Academic Emergency Medicine  
To this end, the authors describe the development and operation of Emergency Department SIMulation (EDSIM), a new platform for computer simulation of ED activity at a Level 1 trauma center.  ...  Objectives: This article explores the potential of discrete event simulation (DES) methods to advance system-level investigation of emergency department (ED) operations.  ...  Abhijeet Gorhe for her dedicated and painstaking review of patient charts.  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1553-2712.2004.tb00702.x pmid:15528582 fatcat:lrbw2qmnavhgldsqvno4cirfdq
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