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Landro L. Wall Street Journal. June 7, 2011:D3.
Hamill SD. Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. July 10, 2011:A6.
This newspaper article reports how a missed test result alert led to a disease-free transplant patient being infected with hepatitis.
Rifkin D. New York Times. November 16, 2009;Science Desk:5.
Reporting on cases of miscommunication and missed diagnosis, this news column illustrates how strictly following quality improvement procedures might lead providers to ignore important contextual information—from patients—that also contributes to safe care.
Cooney E. Worcester Telegram & Gazette. January 28, 2008;Living section:E1.
This article discusses an AHRQ-funded program to study information technology tools and their ability to minimize medication errors in a geriatric patient population.
Brown D. Washington Post. April 10, 2007:HE01.
This article describes the Veterans Affairs' universal medical records network and illustrates how use of electronic medical records at VA medical centers supports safe care.
Urbina I, Nixon R. New York Times. March 30, 2007;National Desk section:1.
This article reports on the inconsistent use of the Department of Defense electronic medical records system and how this has led to medical errors and delays in care for US veterans.
Landro L. Wall Street Journal (Eastern edition). November 29, 2006: D1-D5. [Reprinted on Post-gazette.com].
This article describes a decision support program used by Kaiser Permanente and U.S. Veterans Administration to help minimize misdiagnosis.