Research Paper: A Randomized Trial of Electronic Clinical Reminders to Improve Medication Laboratory Monitoring

@article{Matheny2008ResearchPA,
  title={Research Paper: A Randomized Trial of Electronic Clinical Reminders to Improve Medication Laboratory Monitoring},
  author={Michael E. Matheny and Thomas D. Sequist and Andrew C. Seger and Julie M. Fiskio and Michael Sperling and Donald Bugbee and David W. Bates and Tejal K. Gandhi},
  journal={Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association : JAMIA},
  year={2008},
  volume={15 4},
  pages={424-9}
}
OBJECTIVE Recommendations for routine laboratory monitoring to reduce the risk of adverse medication events are not consistently followed. We evaluated the impact of electronic reminders delivered to primary care physicians on rates of appropriate routine medication laboratory monitoring. DESIGN We enrolled 303 primary care physicians caring for 1,922 patients across 20 ambulatory clinics that had at least one overdue routine laboratory test for a given medication between January and June… CONTINUE READING
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