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Lessons Learned from Pilot Site Implementation of an Ambulatory Electronic Health Record

Cliff Fullerton, Phil Aponte, Robert Hopkins, David Bragg, David J. Ballard
2006 Baylor University Medical Center Proceedings  
Acknowledgments The authors thank Basit Chaudhry, MD, for reviewing our plan for evaluating the impact of the AEHR and providing suggestions of important points to discuss in a "lessons learned" article  ...  , and Briget da Graca, MS, for assistance in writing this article.  ...  Other practices and organizations, Lessons learned from pilot site implementation of an ambulatory electronic health record however, seem to bypass such problems and achieve quality, efficiency, and financial  ... 
doi:10.1080/08998280.2006.11928188 pmid:17106488 pmcid:PMC1618740 fatcat:23sx2rwkgze5bjbmlidxp3hiyu

Lessons learned from implementation of a computerized application for pending tests at hospital discharge

Anuj K. Dalal, Eric G. Poon, Andrew S. Karson, Tejal K. Gandhi, Christopher L. Roy
2010 Journal of Hospital Medicine  
METHODS: We modified an ambulatory electronic medical record (EMR)-based results management application to track pending tests at hospital discharge (Hospitalist Results Manager, HRM).  ...  We surveyed inpatient physicians regarding usage of and satisfaction with the application, barriers to use, and the characteristics of an ideal system to track pending tests at discharge.  ...  Both centers use the longitudinal medical record (LMR), the electronic medical record (EMR), for nearly all ambulatory practices.  ... 
doi:10.1002/jhm.794 pmid:21241037 fatcat:qyp6dvyvszgkfpthlik7ggh7ii

Implementing a regional oncology information system: approach and lessons learned

W.K. Evans, F.D. Ashbury, G.L. Hogue, A. Smith, J. Pun
2014 Current Oncology  
Objectives Here, we describe and discuss the challenges to implementing a region-wide oncology information system across four independent health care organizations, and we describe the lessons learned  ...  To address those concerns, national, regional, and local health care authorities have increased the pressure on oncology practices to upgrade from paper-based systems to electronic health records.  ...  It has had successes, but the project has also had its share of challenges and lessons learned.  ... 
doi:10.3747/co.21.1923 pmid:25302031 pmcid:PMC4189563 fatcat:emomyxgwuzei7hzx5346vgzotq

Lessons Learned from Applying a Modified Learning Collaborative Model to Promote Change in Regional and Statewide HIV Care Systems

Lori A. DeLorenzo, Jane Fox, Evelyn Byrd Quinlivan, Kate M. Gilmore, Mari Ruetten, Michelle Broaddus, Wayne Steward, Janet Meyers
2018 Aids and Behavior  
Six state departments of health were funded to utilize a modified Learning Collaborative model to develop and/or adapt HIV testing, linkage to care and retention in care system-level interventions.  ...  The Health Resources and Services Administration Special Projects of National Significance launched the Systems Linkage and Access to Care for Populations at High Risk of HIV Infection Initiative in 2011  ...  and responsibilities Development of initial PDSA cycles for each strategy Overview of evaluation plan Identification of training and technical assistance needs Learning session 2 Pilot site experiences  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10461-018-2176-4 pmid:29936605 fatcat:yeeqqnqxrvbk7jr4ncgv3coaxq

Developing and deploying medical information systems for Serbian public healthcare: Challenges, lessons learned and guidelines

Petar Rajkovic, Dragan Jankovic, Aleksandar Milenkovic
2013 Computer Science and Information Systems  
This paper presents major challenges and lessons learned during the process of including and adapting modern medical informatics concepts in challenging circumstances of a health care organization in the  ...  He is currently a full professor of computer science and dean at the Faculty of Electronic Engineering.  ...  This paper will present the most important challenges, lessons learned and crucial guidelines for developing of MIS envisioned to be used in some developing country.  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis120523056r fatcat:embuyqj5kjaqflyrrcrca7gxca

Automating Complex Guidelines for Chronic Disease: Lessons Learned

Saverio M. Maviglia, Rita D. Zielstorff, Marilyn Paterno, Jonathan M. Teich, David W. Bates, Gilad J. Kuperman
2003 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A number of lessons have been learned at each step of the process.  ...  Guideline Execution Others have developed integrated tools that link graphically based authoring and editing of guidelines with execution engines of one kind or another.  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m1181 pmid:12595405 pmcid:PMC150369 fatcat:ey3kaj4gl5bjhejh6goazyv4ym

Regional COVID-19 registry in Khuzestan, Iran: A study protocol and lessons learned from a pilot implementation

Javad Zarei, Maryam Dastoorpoor, Amir Jamshidnezhad, Maria Cheraghi, Abbas Sheikhtaheri
2021 Informatics in Medicine Unlocked  
Then, based on reviewing the literature, and expert panels, the minimum data set, the data collection forms and the web-based software were developed.  ...  The purpose of this study is to describe the implementation method and protocol of the COVID-19 registry in Khuzestan province, Iran.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to thank all of the participants, especially those who help us in data gathering. Unlocked 23 (2021) 100520 J. Zarei et al. Informatics in Medicine  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.imu.2021.100520 pmid:33495736 pmcid:PMC7816600 fatcat:oa4ahcm5drhbrp7um2cxcyro2y

Building an automated problem list based on natural language processing: lessons learned in the early phase of development

Imre Solti, Barry Aaronson, Grant Fletcher, Magdolna Solti, John H Gennari, Melissa Cooper, Tom Payne
2008 AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings  
Detailed problem lists that comply with JCAHO requirements are important components of electronic health records.  ...  MetaMap and UMLS are readily applicable to automate the problem list. Ambiguity in medical documents has consequences for performance evaluation of automated systems.  ...  Acknowledgement We would greatly appreciate guidance and suggestions of Dr. Peter Haug in the early stages of our research.  ... 
pmid:18999050 pmcid:PMC2655946 fatcat:caj7cyhmb5h33j6x5v67iabhsm

Lessons Learned From a 5-Year Experience With a 4-Week Experiential Quality Improvement Curriculum in a Preventive Medicine Fellowship

Prathibha Varkey, Sudhakar Prakash Karlapudi
2009 Journal of Graduate Medical Education  
An experiential curriculum during which learners work together to implement a QIP of community or institutional significance, in the setting of a curriculum that provides just-in-time learning, is an effective  ...  Further research is required to assess the sustained impact of such a curriculum on learner knowledge, skills, and attitudes in SBP and PBLI.  ...  The learners created a paper tool that facilitated the verification and correction by the patient of the most recent medication list in the electronic medical records.  ... 
doi:10.4300/01.01.0015 pmid:21975713 pmcid:PMC2931202 fatcat:ijtpcsuqcbcirpni5rl7gw4fja

A comprehensive stroke center patient registry: advantages, limitations, and lessons learned

James E Siegler, Amelia K Boehme, Adrianne M Dorsey, Dominique J Monlezun, Alex J George, Amir Shaban, H Jeremy Bockholt, Karen C Albright, Sheryl Martin-Schild
2013 Medical Student Research Journal  
The purpose of this article is to illustrate our experience with a stroke patient registry at a comprehensive stroke center and highlight advantages, disadvantages, and lessons learned in the process of  ...  The use of a medical data registry allows institutions to effectively manage information for many different investigations related to the registry, as well as evaluate patient's trends over time, with  ...  Minority Health and Health Disparities (NIMHD), National Institutes of Health (NIH), and 13PRE13830003 from the American Heart Association.  ... 
pmid:26913217 pmcid:PMC4762446 fatcat:7zltpyvcorg7naxgcah44mzegu

Cultivating Engaged Leadership Through a Learning Collaborative: Lessons From Primary Care Renewal in Oregon Safety Net Clinics

C. K. McMullen, J. Schneider, A. Firemark, J. Davis, M. Spofford
2013 Annals of Family Medicine  
Leaders reported that collaborative learning opportunities were critical for developing engaged leadership skills during the inspiration phase of transformation.  ...  We reviewed fi eld notes from clinic site visits and observations of learning collaborative activities for additional information on the role of engaged leadership.  ...  Members of the Primary Care Renewal Steering Committee welcomed us to their meetings and activities, and shared openly the successes and challenges of the PCR initiative.  ... 
doi:10.1370/afm.1489 pmid:23690384 pmcid:PMC3707245 fatcat:lj664tz6zzen7k4t7bum72yul4

Lessons Learned From China's Healthcare System and Nursing Profession

Kristin Ungos, Eileen Thomas
2008 Journal of Nursing Scholarship  
Lessons From China What can be learned from China regarding healthcare policy and the development of the nursing profession?  ...  Journal of Oita, Nursing and Health Science, 4(2), 41-47. Hsiao, W. (1995). The Chinese health care system: Lessons for other nations {Electronic version].  ... 
doi:10.1111/j.1547-5069.2008.00238.x pmid:18840212 fatcat:z5c2k4bf75ax5dmu7vm5ui3xk4

Lessons Learned in Using Hospital Discharge Data for State and National Public Health Surveillance

Denise Love, Barbara Rudolph, Gulzar H. Shah
2008 Journal of Public Health Management and Practice  
Assessing the potential of national strategies for electronic health records for population health moni- toring and research. DHHS Publication No.  ...  The addition of a select set of electronic laboratory values is the lat- est of the innovative additions to discharge data—it is currently being piloted in several states.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.phh.0000338365.66704.7d pmid:18849773 fatcat:ahvir5rzmbakvfoydnnpmcroaq

EU-Funded Telemedicine Projects – Assessment of, and Lessons Learned From, in the Light of the SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic

Laura Paleari, Virginia Malini, Gabriella Paoli, Stefano Scillieri, Claudia Bighin, Bernd Blobel, Mauro Giacomini
2022 Frontiers in Medicine  
The analysis showed that some integration of tele-care and tele-health could be obtained with tele-monitoring systems and the implementation of Electronic Personal Record (EPR).  ...  The SARS-CoV-2 health emergency has demonstrated the need for developing structured telemedicine systems to protect citizens from the spread of the virus.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS The authors want to thank who all those contributed to the realization of this work by sharing their materials.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2022.849998 fatcat:o4jqauqufbbwjjh5eg6vseb57q

A comprehensive stroke center patient registry: advantages, limitations, and lessons learned

James Siegler, Amelia Boehme, Adrianne Dorsey, Dominique Monlezun, Alex George, Amir Shaban, Jeremy Bockholt, Karen Albright, Sheryl Martin-Schild
2013 Medical Student Research Journal  
Lessons Learned: To reduce the potential for errors and maximize the accuracy and efficiency of the registry, we invest significant time in training competent registry users and project leaders.  ...  Methods: The purpose of this article is to illustrate our experience with a stroke patient registry at a comprehensive stroke center and highlight advantages, disadvantages, and lessons learned in the  ...  LESSONS LEARNED In establishing a stroke registry, we have learned many lessons regarding initiation of the registry, developing CDE definitions, and commencing projects from the registry.  ... 
doi:10.15404/msrj.002.002.spring/03 fatcat:wxhlrtidrfd63hl72ehz3j6jyu
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