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Comment on: "Quality of electronic records documenting adverse drug reactions…".

Understanding Paper-Based Documentation Practices in Medical Resuscitations to Inform the Design of Electronic Documentation Tools.

Despite growing use of electronic health records, many resuscitation settings still use paper-based documentation. The fast-paced and safety-critical nature of trauma and medical resuscitation environments pose challenges for real-time documentation. This study aims to understand paper-based documentation practices and inform the design of efficient electronic documentation solutions for supporting safety-critical medical processes.

Blessing or curse of electronic health records - readmissions following infrarenal AAA repair in electronic health records.

Electronic healthcare records and data quality.

This paper is based on Victoria Charnock's MA dissertation carried out as part of her Masters in Leadership and Management in Healthcare at the University of Salford and supervised by Professor Hardiker. A review of current literature was conducted to provide a robust and dimensional definition of data quality in the field of health care. This was used as the basis on which to assess the effect that electronic health care records has had in practice, specifically on data quality and according to the dimensi...

High Sensitivity Flexible Electronic Skin Based on Graphene Film.

Electronic skin with high sensitivity, rapid response, and long-term stability has great value in robotics, biomedicine, and in other fields. However, electronic skin still has challenges in terms of sensitivity and response time. In order to solve this problem, flexible electronic skin with high sensitivity and the fast response was proposed, based on piezoresistive graphene films. The electronic skin was a pressure sensor array, composed of a 4 × 4 tactile sensing unit. Each sensing unit contained three ...

Creation of a Multicenter Pediatric Inpatient Data Repository Derived from Electronic Health Records.

 Integration of electronic health records (EHRs) data across sites and access to that data remain limited.

Improving Oral-Systemic Healthcare through the Interoperability of Electronic Medical and Dental Records: An Exploratory Study.

 Electronic health records (EHRs) are rarely shared among medical and dental providers. The purpose of this study was to assess current information sharing and the value of improved electronic information sharing among physicians and dentists in Germany and the United States.

Response to: An Evidence-Based Tool for Safe Configuration of Electronic Health Records: The eSafety Checklist.

Using Electronic Health Records to Identify Adverse Drug Events in Ambulatory Care: A Systematic Review.

 We identified the methods used and determined the roles of electronic health records (EHRs) in detecting and assessing adverse drug events (ADEs) in the ambulatory setting.

Are children with clinical obesity at increased risk of inpatient hospital admissions? An analysis using linked electronic health records in the UK millennium cohort study.

Few studies have examined health service utilization of children with overweight or obesity by using linked electronic health records (EHRs).

Medical Data Management - Approach, Concepts, Strategic and Operative Implications.

The collection, analysis and management of clinical data with electronic applications has already widely been used. The digitalization of medical records is expected to bear significant potentials for the increase of clinical efficiency and effectiveness. This has led to numerous legal initiatives by policymakers and healthcare systems in many countries to secure the spatially inclusive and comprehensive establishment of electronic health records in preferably all medical entities. The following article des...

Small interface changes have dramatic impacts: how mandatory fields in electronic medical records increased pertussis vaccination rates in Australian obstetric patients.

Electronic health records have been widely introduced into clinical practice. The aim of this study was to determine whether a small interface change could improve compliance with a key quality indicator, namely antenatal pertussis vaccination.

Electronic Health Records Are the Next Frontier for the Genetics of Substance Use Disorders.

Compared with other psychiatric disorders of similar heritabilities, the progress of substance use disorders (SUD) genetics has been slow. With the growing availability of large-scale biobanks with extensive phenotypes from electronic health records (EHR) and genotypes across millions of individuals, this platform is the next tool to accelerate SUD genetics research.

Enrichment sampling for a multi-site patient survey using electronic health records and census data.

We describe a stratified sampling design that combines electronic health records (EHRs) and United States Census (USC) data to construct the sampling frame and an algorithm to enrich the sample with individuals belonging to rarer strata.

Retooling of Paper-based Outcome Measures to Electronic Format: Comparison of the NY State Public Risk Model and EHR-derived Risk Models for CABG Mortality.

Risk adjustment is critical in the comparison of quality of care and health care outcomes for providers. Electronic health records (EHRs) have the potential to eliminate the need for costly and time-consuming manual data abstraction of patient outcomes and risk factors necessary for risk adjustment.

Use of electronic medical records to describe general practitioner antibiotic prescribing patterns

The computerised medical records of general practice patients can inform our understanding of antibiotic prescribing and assist in antimicrobial stewardship (AMS). The aim of this study was to describe Australian general practitioner (GP) antibiotic prescribing patterns using data extracted from electronic medical records (EMR).

Clinician Perspectives on Electronic Health Records, Communication, and Patient Safety Across Diverse Medical Oncology Practices.

We know little about how increased technological sophistication of clinical practices affects safety of chemotherapy delivery in the outpatient setting. This study investigated to what degree electronic health records (EHRs), satisfaction with technology, and quality of clinician-to-clinician communication enable a safety culture.

Pediatric drug safety signal detection of non-chemotherapy drug-induced neutropenia and agranulocytosis using electronic healthcare records.

This study aimed to develop a procedure to explore the adverse drug reaction signals of drug-induced neutropenia (DIN) or drug-induced agranulocytosis (DIA) in children using an electronic health records (EHRs) database.

Completeness of Digital Accessible Knowledge (DAK) about terrestrial mammals in the Iberian Peninsula.

The advent of online data aggregator infrastructures has facilitated the accumulation of Digital Accessible Knowledge (DAK) about biodiversity. Despite the vast amount of freely available data records, their usefulness for research depends on completeness of each body of data regarding their spatial, temporal and taxonomic coverage. In this paper, we assess the completeness of DAK about terrestrial mammals distributed across the Iberian Peninsula. We compiled a dataset with all records about mammals occurri...

Federated electronic health records research technology to support clinical trial protocol optimization: Evidence from EHR4CR and the InSite platform.

To determine if inclusion/exclusion (I/E) criteria of clinical trial protocols can be represented as structured queries and executed using a secure federated research platform (InSite) on hospital electronic health records (EHR) systems, to estimate the number of potentially eligible patients.

Comment on "Langmuir oscillations in a nonextensive electron-positron plasma".

Saberian and Esfandyari-Kalejahi [Phys. Rev. E 87, 053112 (2013)10.1103/PhysRevE.87.053112] have discussed Langmuir oscillations in a q-nonextensive electron-positron plasma. However, some of the results obtained and the conclusions drawn in this paper are not appropriate. In Fig. 3 of the above mentioned paper, the authors have claimed that for certain values of nonextensivity parameter q the imaginary part of the frequency becomes positive, resulting in unstable oscillations. In this Comment we shall dis...

Provider Access to Legacy Electronic Anesthesia Records Following Implementation of an Electronic Health Record System.

Many hospitals are in the process of replacing their legacy anesthesia information management system (AIMS) with an Electronic Health Record (EHR) system, within which the AIMS is integrated. Using the legacy AIMS security access log table, we studied the extent to which anesthesia providers were accessing historical anesthesia records (January 2006 - March 2017) following implementation of an EHR (April 2017). Statistical analysis was by segmented regression. At the time of implementation of the EHR, in 44...

Comment on "Theoretical Investigations on Geometrical and Electronic Structures of Silver Clusters".

We would like to make a few comments on the results reported in a recent paper in this journal by Tsuneda, J. Comput. Chem, 2019, 40, 206. The structures of some pure silver clusters were not correctly assigned. © 2019 Wiley Periodicals, Inc.

Peri-implantitis prevalence, incidence rate and risk factors: A study of electronic health records at a U.S. dental school.

We assessed peri-implantitis prevalence, incidence rate and associated risk factors by analyzing electronic oral health records (EHRs) in an educational institution.

Natural language processing of symptoms documented in free-text narratives of electronic health records: a systematic review.

Natural language processing (NLP) of symptoms from electronic health records (EHRs) could contribute to the advancement of symptom science. We aim to synthesize the literature on the use of NLP to process or analyze symptom information documented in EHR free-text narratives.

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