Randomized Controlled Trial of Electronic Care Plan Alerts and Resource Utilization by High Frequency Emergency Department Users with Opioid Use Disorder

@inproceedings{Rathlev2016RandomizedCT,
  title={Randomized Controlled Trial of Electronic Care Plan Alerts and Resource Utilization by High Frequency Emergency Department Users with Opioid Use Disorder},
  author={Niels K. Rathlev and Reda Almomen and Ashley L Deutsch and Howard A Smithline and Haiping Li and Paul F. Visintainer},
  booktitle={The western journal of emergency medicine},
  year={2016}
}
INTRODUCTION There is a paucity of literature supporting the use of electronic alerts for patients with high frequency emergency department (ED) use. We sought to measure changes in opioid prescribing and administration practices, total charges and other resource utilization using electronic alerts to notify providers of an opioid-use care plan for high frequency ED patients. METHODS This was a randomized, non-blinded, two-group parallel design study of patients who had 1) opioid use disorder… CONTINUE READING
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