|Evaluating the impact of barcode technology on reducing medication errors at the dispensing and administrative stages and its effects on hospital finances
|Electronic Health Record
|Evaluating the impact of a statewide implementation program of Electronic Health Record (EHR) by all ambulatory care practices.
|Health Information Technology
|Evaluating the use of a Results Management system for guideline adherence in the nursing home and in the pediatric ambulatory settings; studying the impact of integrating Ambulatory Computerized Physician Order Entry (ACPOE) with advanced Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) on safety and quality domains in the ambulatory setting
|Shared Online Health Records for Patient Safety and Care
|Addressing the impact of tools for electronic patient-provider communication and shared on-line health records on patient care and safety
|Electronic Prescribing Standards
|ePrescribing Gateway pilot testing of the interoperability of HHS initial standards to proposed foundation standards
|Evaluating the Impact of CPOE
|Assessing the potential impact of computerized physician order entry in community hospitals
|Developed a decision support and communication intervention for use by the healthcare team, patients and family members to prevent patient falls.
| Continuing Discovery
Building on past findings and accomplishments, Investigators within the Center continue to focus on improving patient safety through ongoing collaborative research efforts.