Kim A. Mowrey

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To give patients better care, the treating doctor must possess complex knowledge (frequently inaccessible, obscured by nonessential data, or nonexistent) about the patient and disease. The short duration (often only 15 to 20 minutes) of the doctor-patient encounter effectively bars the doctor at the time and point of care from adequately, first, acquiring(More)
A data warehouse was used to examine the LDL levels for patients who were switched from whole to half tablets of simvastatin. The LDL levels were available both pre and post conversion. 7,321 patients were switched and the LDL levels for these patients were tracked. 1,408 patients had a slight increase in LDL (less than 15% above baseline). Those patients(More)
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