Influencing Test Ordering In Primary Care Using Influential Physicians

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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the use of influential physicians to influence test ordering in a primary care setting. Structured order forms for three commonly ordered tests were developed in conjunction with the chief residents in internal medicine and family practice at Methodist Hospital of Indiana, a 1120 bed private teaching hospital. After… (More)

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@inproceedings{Anderson2014InfluencingTO, title={Influencing Test Ordering In Primary Care Using Influential Physicians}, author={James G. Anderson and Stephen J. Jay and John B. Zimmerer and Reza S. Farid and Marilyn M. Anderson and Richard W. Campbell}, year={2014} }