Rachael W. Riley

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INTRODUCTION The Diabetes Prevention Program has been translated to community settings with varying success. Although primary care referrals are used for identifying and enrolling eligible patients in the Diabetes Prevention Program, little is known about the effects of strategies to facilitate and sustain eligible patient referrals using electronic health(More)
The shift toward greater use of general hospitals for the treatment of mental disorders reflects the tendency to admit patients with the most serious diagnoses to psychiatric hospitals. However, admissions to both types of institution now tend to involve more serious cases than in early 1980s. To some extent, the increase in the number of patient-days(More)
From February through December 2012, we examined responses to health behavior questions integrated into the electronic medical record of primary care centers in the Bronx, New York in the context of New York City Community Health Survey data. We saw a higher proportion of unhealthy behaviors among patients than among the neighborhood population. Analyzing(More)