Testing health information technology tools to facilitate health insurance support: a protocol for an effectiveness-implementation hybrid randomized trial

@inproceedings{DeVoe2015TestingHI,
  title={Testing health information technology tools to facilitate health insurance support: a protocol for an effectiveness-implementation hybrid randomized trial},
  author={Jennifer E. DeVoe and Nathalie Huguet and Sonja Likumahuwa-Ackman and Heather Angier and Christine A. Nelson and Miguel Marino and Deborah J. Cohen and Aleksandra Sumic and Megan J. Hoopes and Rose L. Harding and Marla Dearing and Rachel Gold},
  booktitle={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Patients with gaps in health insurance coverage often defer or forgo cancer prevention services. These delays in cancer detection and diagnoses lead to higher rates of morbidity and mortality and increased costs. Recent advances in health information technology (HIT) create new opportunities to enhance insurance support services that reduce coverage gaps through automated processes applied in healthcare settings. This study will assess the implementation of insurance support HIT… CONTINUE READING