Walter Gregg

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OBJECTIVE To select papers published in 2014, illustrating how information technology can contribute to and improve patient-centered care coordination. METHOD The two section editors performed a literature review from Medline and Web of Science to select a list of candidate best papers on the use of information technology for patient-centered care(More)
This article examines the development and operation of rural health networks in the United States based on data collected from telephone surveys of rural health networks containing at least one rural hospital in the United States in 1996 and four years later in 2000. The implications of network development for health care managers participating in, or(More)
PURPOSE Telepharmacy practices in rural hospitals in several states were examined, and relevant policies and state laws and regulations were analyzed, along with issues to be addressed as the use of telepharmacy expands. METHODS Telepharmacy initiatives in rural hospitals were identified through a survey of the 50 state offices of rural health. Telephone(More)
OBJECTIVE To examine the relationship between public health system network density and organizational centrality in public health systems and public health governance, community size, and health status in three public health domains. DATA SOURCES/STUDY SETTING During the fall and the winter of 2007-2008, primary data were collected on the organization and(More)
Routine integration of genotype data into drug decision making could improve patient safety, particularly if many relevant genetic variants can be assayed simultaneously before prescribing the target drug. The frequency of opportunities for pharmacogenetic prescribing and the potential adverse events (AEs) mitigated are unknown. We examined the frequency(More)
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