Mary D Brandt

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As part of a study initiating the development of an analytically validated Dietary Supplement Ingredient Database (DSID) in the United States (US), a selection of dietary supplement products were analyzed for their caffeine content. Products sold as tablets, caplets, or capsules and listing at least one caffeine-containing ingredient (including botanicals(More)
See editorial, p 274. Variations in the way that data are entered in emergency department record systems impede the use of ED records for direct patient care and deter their reuse for many other legitimate purposes. To foster more uniform ED data, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's National Center for Injury Prevention and Control is(More)
Developing, implementing, and maintaining a productivity program are basic tenets of good management. While it does require time and commitment, a well-designed program is well worth the time investment. Increasingly, health information management professionals will be expected to monitor productivity and streamline work processes to help assure efficient,(More)