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Articles in the last couple of weeks from Arch Intern Med

09/28/2009

The last couple of weeks in Arch Intern Med had some really good articles that might impact clinical decision support.  Hope you enjoy and discuss at length for impact at your health system.

Guideline-Recommended Antibiotics in Community-Acquired Pneumonia: Not Perfect, but Good
Bradley A. Sharpe
Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(16):1462-1464.
EXTRACT | FULL TEXT | PDF

An Empirical Model to Estimate the Potential Impact of Medication Safety Alerts on Patient Safety, Health Care Utilization, and Cost in Ambulatory Care
Saul N. Weingart; Brett Simchowitz; Harper Padolsky; Thomas Isaac; Andrew C. Seger; Michael Massagli; Roger B. Davis; Joel S. Weissman
Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(16):1465-1473.
ABSTRACT | FULL TEXT | PDF | EAPPENDIX

Health Information Technology as a Tool, Not an End: Comment on "An Empirical Model to Estimate the Potential Impact of Medication Safety Alerts on Patient Safety, Health Care Utilization, and Cost in Ambulatory Care"
Sophia W. Chang
Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(16):1474-1475.
EXTRACT | FULL TEXT | PDF

The Diabetes Mellitus Medication Choice Decision Aid: A Randomized Trial
Rebecca J. Mullan; Victor M. Montori; Nilay D. Shah; Teresa J. H. Christianson; Sandra C. Bryant; Gordon H. Guyatt; Lilisbeth I. Perestelo-Perez; Robert J. Stroebel; Barbara P. Yawn; Victor Yapuncich; Maggie A. Breslin; Laurie Pencille; Steven A. Smith
Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(17):1560-1568.
ABSTRACT | FULL TEXT | PDF | EFIGURE | VIDEO SUPPLEMENT

Clinicians’ Assessments of Electronic Medication Safety Alerts in Ambulatory Care
Saul N. Weingart; Brett Simchowitz; Lawrence Shiman; Daniela Brouillard; Adrienne Cyrulik; Roger B. Davis; Thomas Isaac; Michael Massagli; Laurinda Morway; Daniel Z. Sands; Justin Spencer; Joel S. Weissman
Arch Intern Med. 2009;169(17):1627-1632.
ABSTRACT | FULL TEXT | PDF

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