Resource topic: Rules and Regulations
What Stops Physicians from Getting Mental Health Care?

Dr. Dinah Miller's paper posits that the intrusive questions asked on licensing forms deter physicians from asking for help. 'Having a mark' on physicians' records...

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The Real Danger of Increasing Resident Work Hours

This New England Journal of Medicine Catalyst article details effects of increasing consecutive work hours that residents can work. Residents are already inundated...

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Emerging the EHR Purgatory – Moving from Process to Outcomes

Goroll's Perspective paper in the New England Journal of Medicine illustrates the electronics arms race between payers demanding documentation to justify payment...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
2014 National Pharmacist Workforce Survey

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy released a report of the national pharmacist workforce survey results, which describes the demographic and work...

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Measure framework to assess nationwide progress related to interoperable health information exchange to support the national quality strategy

Insufficient interoperability prevents effective use of health data across the facility or system and does not support continuity of care at the patient level. The...

Peer-Reviewed Literature
Evaluation and Management Services

The following report, conducted by the Centers for Medicare & Medicad Services, describes the general principles of E/M documentation, as well as the common...

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Revisiting E&M Visit Guidelines—A Missing Piece of Payment Reform

The following perspective piece, published in the New England Journal of Medicine, discusses the transformative potential of electronic health records (EHRs), which...

Opinion Piece/Short Communication
A systematic review of the effectiveness of interruptive medication prescribing alerts in hospital CPOE systems to change prescriber behavior and improve patient safety

Published in the International Journal of Medical Informatics, the following systematic review assess the effectiveness of various interruptive medication...

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The impact of electronic health records on time efficiency of physicians and nurses: A systematic review

The following systematic review examines the impact of EHR on documentation time of physicians and nurses, and identifies factors that may explain efficiency...

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A review of randomized controlled trials of medical record powered clinical decision support system to improve quality of diabetes care

The following systematic review evaluates the effectiveness of CDSS in improving quality of type II diabetes care. It also highlights the key indicators of quality...

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