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Human factors engineering for provider behavior modification and innovative information technology solutions

Human factors engineering for provider behavior modification and innovative information technology solutions

Home 2018-2019 Abstracts Human factors engineering for provider behavior modification and innovative information technology solutions

Evaluation Of Automated, Telecommunication-Based Glaucoma Medication Dosing Reminders Linked To An...

From the 2018 HVPAA National Conference Varshini Varadaraj (Wilmer Eye Institute @ Johns Hopkins Hospital), David Friedman (Wilmer Eye Institute @ Johns Hopkins Hospital), Michael Boland...

Huddle Up! Enhancing Resident Care for Obese Patients

From the 2018 HVPAA National Conference Susan Vehar (Cleveland Clinic), Matthew Hoscheit (Cleveland Clinic), Chantelle Carneiro (Cleveland Clinic), Shehab Alansari (Cleveland Clinic), Carl Gillombardo (Cleveland Clinic),...

Modifying Provider Ordering Behaviors to Reduce Low Value Care: Comparative Effectiveness...

From the 2018 HVPAA National Conference Scott Shuldiner (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine), Joby Tsai (Johns Hopkins University), John Morkos (Johns Hopkins School of Medicine), Venkatasai...

Improving Hepatitis C Screening Rate Among Baby Boomers in a Community...

From the 2018 HVPAA National Conference Background Since recommendations from CDC and USPSTF in 2012, several institutions including ours have implemented “electronic health alert” that prompted health...