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Marcotte L ; Seidman J ; Trudel K; et al. Achieving meaningful use of health information technology: a guide for physicians to the EHR Incentive Programs. Arch Intern Med. 2012; 172: 731-736
This commentary discusses the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) EHR Incentive Programs, including meaningful use criteria and how to confirm eligibility.
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Minimizing Opioid Prescribing in Surgery (MOPiS) initiative: an analysis of implementation barriers.
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Systems engineering and human factors support of a system of novel EHR-integrated tools to prevent harm in the hospital.
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Death by 1,000 clicks: where electronic health records went wrong.
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What's in a name? Provider perception of injured John Doe patients.
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Assessing the effectiveness of engaging patients and their families in the three-step fall prevention process across modalities of an evidence-based fall prevention toolkit: an implementation science study.
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Performing an inadvertent procedure.
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A Crisis in Health Care: A Call to Action on Physician Burnout.
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Unintended harm associated with the Hospital Readmissions Reduction Program.
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Data omission by physician trainees on ICU rounds.
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Improving electronic health record usability and safety requires transparency.
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Strategy on Reducing Regulatory and Administrative Burden Relating to the Use of Health IT and EHRs.
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Patient safety in inpatient psychiatry: a remaining frontier for health policy.
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Why doctors hate their computers.
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Medical overuse as a physician cognitive error: looking under the hood.
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Assessment of patient medication adherence, medical record accuracy, and medication blood concentrations for prescription and over-the-counter medications.
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Wrong-patient blood transfusion error: leveraging technology to overcome human error in intraoperative blood component administration.
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Use of a novel, electronic health record–centered, interprofessional ICU rounding simulation to understand latent safety issues.
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Development and implementation of a subcutaneous insulin pen label bar code scanning protocol to prevent wrong-patient insulin pen errors.
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Improving pediatric electronic health record usability and safety through certification: seize the day.
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Prevalence and predictors of delayed clinical diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes: a longitudinal cohort study.
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