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Reducing Interruptive Alert Burden Using Quality Improvement Methodology.

 Increased adoption of electronic health records (EHR) with integrated clinical decision support (CDS) systems has reduced some sources of error but has led to unintended consequences including alert fatigue. The "pop-up" or interruptive alert is often employed as it requires providers to acknowledge receipt of an alert by taking an action despite the potential negative effects of workflow interruption. We noted a persistent upward trend of interruptive alerts at our institution and increasing requests fo...

Nearly a Century of Insulin at Sanofi: Looking Back Over the Decades of Production and Development.

Almost a century ago, the first insulin was produced by Banting, Best, MacLeod and Collip in Toronto, thereby enabling life-saving treatment for people with diabetes. Since then, there have been many advancements in insulin production and development of new insulin analogues. In this article, we reflect on the rich heritage of Sanofi and its predecessor, Hoechst, in insulin production and development, from being one of the first companies to produce insulin in Europe in 1923, to modern-day insulin analogues...

Can You Get There from Here? An Analysis of Walkability Among pulsepoint CPR Alert Dispatches.

Bystander CPR before the arrival of EMS is a major factor in out of hospital cardiac arrest (OHCA) survival. To recruit trained bystanders, mobile phone-based alert systems have been developed, but their limitations are not well understood.

Reducing Alert Burden in Electronic Health Records: State of the Art Recommendations from Four Health Systems.

 Electronic health record (EHR) alert fatigue, while widely recognized as a concern nationally, lacks a corresponding comprehensive mitigation plan.

Evaluating the ALERT algorithm for local outbreak onset detection in seasonal infectious disease surveillance data.

Estimation of epidemic onset timing is an important component of controlling the spread of seasonal infectious diseases within community healthcare sites. The Above Local Elevated Respiratory Illness Threshold (ALERT) algorithm uses a threshold-based approach to suggest incidence levels that historically have indicated the transition from endemic to epidemic activity. In this paper, we present the first detailed overview of the computational approach underlying the algorithm. In the motivating example secti...

The impact of real-time clinical alerts on the compliance of anesthesia documentation: A retrospective observational study.

Clinical alert systems (CAS) have been used to analyze deviations from hospital standards in the electronic medical record to identify missing documentations and send alerts to the appropriate providers to increase adherence to required elements. To improve compliance, an alert system for documentation of the Immediate Preoperative Assessment (IPOA) was implemented at our institution in August 2018 with the goal of improving documentation compliance rates. We hypothesized that implementation of this alert s...

The Effectiveness and Value of Treatments for Spinal Muscular Atrophy.

Funding for this summary was contributed by the Laura and John Arnold Foundation and California Health Care Foundation to the Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER), an independent organization that evaluates the evidence on the value of health care interventions. ICER's annual policy summit is supported by dues from Aetna, AHIP, Anthem, Blue Shield of California, CVS Caremark, Express Scripts, Harvard Pilgrim Health Care, Cambia Health Solutions and MedSavvy, United Healthcare, Kaiser Permanente...

Evaluating a digital sepsis alert in a London multisite hospital network: a natural experiment using electronic health record data.

The study sought to determine the impact of a digital sepsis alert on patient outcomes in a UK multisite hospital network.

Evaluation of context-specific alerts for potassium-increasing drug-drug interactions: A pre-post study.

To investigate whether context-specific alerts for potassium-increasing drug-drug interactions (DDIs) in a clinical decision support system reduced the alert burden, increased alert acceptance, and had an effect on the occurrence of hyperkalemia.

A review of Dengvaxia®: development to deployment.

Dengue is the world's most prevalent and important arboviral disease. More than 50% of the world's population lives at daily risk of infection and it is estimated more than 95 million people a year seek medical care following infection. Severe disease can manifest as plasma leakage and potential for clinically significant hemorrhage, shock, and death. Treatment is supportive and there is currently no licensed anti-dengue virus prophylactic or therapeutic compound. A single dengue vaccine, Sanofi Pasteur's D...

Increasing heroin, cocaine, and buprenorphine arrests reported to the Maine Diversion Alert Program.

The opioid overdose crisis is especially pronounced in Maine. The Diversion Alert Program (DAP) was developed to combat illicit drug use and prescription drug diversion by facilitating communication between law enforcement and health care providers with the goal of limiting drug-related harms and criminal behaviors. Our objectives in this report were to analyze 2014-2017 DAP for: (1) trends in drug arrests and, (2) differences in arrests by offense, demographics (sex and age) and by region.

Learning Latent Global Network for Skeleton-based Action Prediction.

Human actions represented with 3D skeleton sequences are robust to clustered backgrounds and illumination changes. In this paper, we investigate skeleton-based action prediction, which aims to recognize an action from a partial skeleton sequence that contains incomplete action information. We propose a new Latent Global Network based on adversarial learning for action prediction. We demonstrate that the proposed network provides latent long-term global information that is complementary to the local action i...

Intravitreal Aflibercept for Retinal Nonperfusion in Proliferative Diabetic Retinopathy: Outcomes from the Randomized RECOVERY Trial.

Evaluate the impact of intravitreal aflibercept (Eylea; Regeneron, Tarrytown, NY) on retinal nonperfusion (RNP) in eyes with proliferative diabetic retinopathy (PDR).

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Connecting action control and agency: Does action-effect binding affect temporal binding?

The sense of agency, i.e., the notion that we, as agents, are in control of our own actions and can affect our environment by acting, is an integral part of human volition. Recent work has attempted to ground agency in basic mechanisms of human action control. Along these lines, action-effect binding has been shown to affect explicit judgments of agency. Here, we investigate if such action-effect bindings are also related to temporal binding which is often used as an implicit measure of agency. In two exper...

An Innovative Action-Learning Plan Designed for the Struggling Orientee.

When an orientee is struggling, early identification and intervention is key. Implementing an action-learning plan refocuses the orientee, placing the accountability on them, targeting specific areas that will develop them as a competent nurse. The action-learning plan factors in holistic measures that help the orientee in processing their experience. The action-learning plan can be individualized to any unit and organization.

Bridging the Gap Between Clinical Practice and the AACN Practice Alert on Pulmonary Artery/Central Venous Pressure Monitoring in Adults.

Measuring and documenting accurate data from pulmonary artery and central venous pressure catheters is an important responsibility of critical care nurses. The American Association of Critical-Care Nurses Practice Alert titled Pulmonary Artery/Central Venous Pressure Monitoring in Adults provides evidence-based standards against which nurses can compare their practice related to obtaining valid hemodynamic data. Identifying and acting on improvement opportunities is also a nursing responsibility and helps t...

Novel coronavirus is putting the whole world on alert.

Admission NT-ProBNP in Myocardial Infarction: an Alert Sign?

Does the AQHI reduce cardiovascular hospitalization in Hong Kong's elderly population?

Air quality alert programs have been introduced around the world to reduce the short term effects of air pollution on health. Hong Kong, a densely populated city in southern China with high levels of air pollution, introduced its first air quality health index (AQHI) on December 30th 2013. However, whether air quality alert program warnings, such as the AQHI, reduces morbidity is uncertain. Using a quasi-experimental design, we conducted the first evaluation of the AQHI in Hong Kong, focusing on cardiovascu...

Action's influence on spatial perception: resolution and a mystery.

Despite the impression that perception of spatial layout including distance, slant, and size is objective and geometrically accurate, spatial perception is influenced by a perceiver's ability to act. Hills appear steeper when the perceiver is fatigued, and balls appear faster when they are harder to block. The same environment looks different when the perceiver is better able to act than when actions are constrained. Claims of action's influence on spatial perception have been met with much controversy, and...

Radiology report alerts - are emailed 'Fail-Safe' alerts acknowledged and acted upon?

Guidelines from the Royal College of Radiologists and National Patient Safety Agency highlight the crucial importance of "fail-safe" alert systems for the communication of critical and significant clinically unexpected results between imaging departments and referring clinicians. Electronic alert systems are preferred, to minimise errors, increase workflow efficiency and improve auditability. To date there is a paucity of evidence on the utility of such systems. We investigated i) how often emailed radiolog...

Right Alert, Right Time: Developing Clinically Meaningful, Actionable Alarm Notifications.

The sense of agency in human-human vs human-robot joint action.

Kinesthesis pertains to the perception of moving body parts, while the sense of agency refers to the experience of controlling one's action-effects. Based on previous work, we hypothesized that the sense of agency would decrease in joint action with a robot compared to a human partner. Pairs of participants were jointly manipulating two interconnected haptic devices enabling them to feel each other's forces. Unbeknown to participants, their partner was sometimes replaced by a robot. The sense of agency was ...

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