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Information Technology

HSC research tracks physician adoption of clinical information technology and examines how hospitals and physicians collaborate on information technology activities.



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AllHSC PublicationsJournal ArticlesMost Popular  
Title Date Document Info  
Are Electronic Medical Records Helpful for Care Coordination? Experiences of Physician PracticesAnn S. O'Malley, Joy M. Grossman, Genna R. Cohen, Nicole M. Kemper, Hoangmai H. Pham Dec. 29, 2009
Journal Article
Journal of General Internal Medicine
 
Clinical Information Technology Adoption Varies Across Physician SpecialtiesCatherine Corey, Joy M. Grossman September 2007
Data Bulletin No. 34
 
Clinical Information Technology Gaps Persist Among PhysiciansJoy M. Grossman, Marie C. Reed November 2006
Issue Brief No. 106
 
Creating Sustainable Local Health Information Exchanges: Can Barriers to Stakeholder Participation be Overcome?Joy M. Grossman, Kathryn L. Kushner, Elizabeth A. November February 2008
HSC Research Brief No. 2
 
Current Health Information Technology Support of Care CoordinationAnn S. O'Malley Aug. 5, 2010
Testimony
 
Despite Regulatory Changes, Hospitals Cautious in Helping Physicians Purchase Electronic Medical RecordsJoy M. Grossman, Genna R. Cohen September 2008
Issue Brief No. 123
 
Electronic Medical Records and Communication with Patients and Other Clinicians: Are We Talking Less?Ann S. O'Malley, Genna R. Cohen, Joy M. Grossman April 2010
Issue Brief No. 131
 
Even When Physicians Adopt E-Prescribing, Use of Advanced Features LagsJoy M. Grossman July 2010
Issue Brief No. 133
 
Fostering Health Information Technology in Small Physician Practices: Lessons from Independent Practice AssociationsTimothy K. Lake, Tricia Collins Higgins, Paul B. Ginsburg June 2011
NIHCR Research Brief No. 5
 
Growing Availability of Clinical Information Technology in Physician PracticesMarie C. Reed, Joy M. Grossman June 2006
Data Bulletin No. 31
 
Hospital-Physician Portals: The Role of Competition in Driving Clinical Data ExchangeJoy M. Grossman, Thomas Bodenheimer, Kelly L. McKenzie November/December 2006
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Information Gap: Can Health Insurer Personal Health Records Meet Patients' and Physicians' Needs?Joy M. Grossman, Teresa Zayas-Cabán, Nicole M. Kemper March/April 2009
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Limited Information Technology for Patient Care in Physician OfficesMarie C. Reed, Joy M. Grossman September 2004
Issue Brief No. 89
 
Most Medicare Outpatient Visits are to Physicians with Limited Clinical Information TechnologyJoy M. Grossman, Marie C. Reed July 2005
Data Bulletin No. 30
 
Physician Practices, E-Prescribing and Accessing Information to Improve Prescribing DecisionsJoy M. Grossman, Ellyn R. Boukus, Dori A. Cross, Genna R. Cohen May 2011
HSC Research Brief No. 20
 
Physicians Slow to Adopt Patient E-mailAllison Liebhaber, Joy M. Grossman September 2006
Data Bulletin No. 32
 
Physicians Slow to E-mail Routinely with PatientsEllyn R. Boukus, Joy M. Grossman, Ann S. O'Malley October 2010
Issue Brief No. 134
 
Physicians' Experience Using Commercial E-Prescribing SystemsJoy M. Grossman, Anneliese M. Gerland, Marie C. Reed, Cheryl Fahlman April 3, 2007
Journal Article
Health Affairs
 
Policy Options to Encourage Patient-Physician Shared Decision MakingAnn S. O'Malley, Emily Carrier, Elizabeth Docteur, Alison C. Shmerling, Eugene C. Rich September 2011
NIHCR Policy Analysis No. 5
 
Seeking Health Care Information: Most Consumers Still on the SidelinesHa T. Tu, J. Lee Hargraves March 2003
Issue Brief No. 61
Supplementary Data
 
       

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