An EHR Clinical Support App for Monitoring Bilirubin Levels

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Identifier an_ehr_clinical_support_app_for_monitoring_bilirubin_levels
Title An EHR Clinical Support App for Monitoring Bilirubin Levels
Creator Kawamoto K., Stipelman CH.; Biomedical Informatics/Pediatrics; School of Medicine; University of Utah Health
Subject Diffusion of Innovation; Electronic Health Records; Bilirubin; Mobile Applications; Phototherapy; Decision Support Systems, Clinical; Monitoring, Physiologic; Medical Informatics Applications; Efficiency; Knowledge Discovery
Keyword Bioinformatics
Image Caption The ReImagine EHR app used to monitor bilirubin levels over time, alerting the clinical team when intervention is necessary.
Description Electronic health records (EHR) are a rich source of clinical and research data, but clinicians and researchers often cannot access this information efficiently. The Department of Biomedical Informatics has developed the ReImagineEHR initiative to improve the functionality of electronic health record systems. Faculty members del Fiol and Kawamoto led this effort by developing and implementing the infobutton international standard for clinical decision support and develop platforms that enable clinicians to obtain more information from electronic medical records with less effort. A prime example of the innovation from this group is the Neonatal Bilirubin Management Tool, which decreases physician EHR usage time and guides the prescription of phototherapy as needed, thereby improving physician efficiency and patient care.
Relation is Part of 50 Basic Science Discoveries in 5 Years- 2019
Publisher Spencer S. Eccles Health Sciences Library, University of Utah
Date Digital 2020
Date 2019
Type Image
Format image/png
Rights Management Copyright © 2020, University of Utah, All Rights Reserved
Language eng
ARK ark:/87278/s6jq6q31
References 1.) Association of an electronic health record add-on App for neonatal bilirubin management with physician efficiency and care quality. Kawamoto K, Kukhareva P, Shakib JH, Kramer H, Rodriguez S, Warner PB, Shields D, Weir C, Del Fiol G, Taft T, Stipelman CH. JAMA Netw Open. 2019 Nov;2(11):e1915343.
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Date Created 2020-08-13
Date Modified 2020-11-17
ID 1589397
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