Health IT Safety

Research is needed in two key areas: how health IT can improve patient safety and how health IT itself can be safely used and implemented. AHRQ-funded research provides critical evidence in both areas, and the Program recently renewed a special emphasis notice reaffirming the intent to support research regarding the safety of health IT systems.

Related Funded Projects

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Project Name Contract/Grant Numbersort descending Principal Investigator Start Date End Date
Privacy and Security Solutions for Interoperable Health Information Exchange / Connecticut 290-05-0015-RTI-032 Lynch, John September 30, 2005 December 31, 2007
Privacy and Security Solutions for Interoperable Health Information Exchange / Arkansas 290-05-0015-RTI-006 Tyson, Shirley September 30, 2005 December 31, 2007
Quality Oral Health Care through Health Information Technology 290-07-10039T-1 Austein-Casnoff, Cheryl June 30, 2010 June 30, 2011
State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Tennessee 290-04-0006 Frisse, Mark E. September 1, 2004 September 30, 2010
Privacy and Security Solutions for Interoperable Health Information Exchange / Rhode Island 290-05-0015-RTI-012 Zimmerman, Amy September 30, 2005 December 31, 2007
Privacy and Security Solutions for Interoperable Health Information Exchange / Indiana 290-05-0015-RTI-019 Gamache, Roland September 30, 2005 December 31, 2007
Patient Safety Metadata 290-08-10005 Penoza, Chuck January 15, 2008 December 31, 2010
Health Care Stakeholder Participation in Health Information Exchanges 290-05-0007-2 Grossman, Joy August 1, 2006 February 29, 2008
Privacy and Security Solutions for Interoperable Health Information Exchange / Alaska 290-05-0015-RTI-034 Madison, Rebecca September 30, 2005 December 31, 2007
Enabling Medication Management through Utilization of Health Information Technology 290-07-100601-5 McKibbon, Ann June 22, 2009 February 28, 2011

Related Publications

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Publication Name Publication Year Project Name Contract/Grant Numbersort descending Principal Investigator
State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Colorado - Final Report 2015 State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Colorado 290-04-0014 Davidson, Arthur
Facilitating patient self-management through telephony and web technologies in seasonal influenza. 2010 Stay-at-Home Influenza Toolkit 290-07-10009-4 Nagykaldi, Zsolt
The financial impact of health information exchange on emergency department care 2012 State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Tennessee 290-04-0006 Frisse, Mark E.
Guide to reducing unintended consequences of electronic health records. 2011 Developing a Guide to Identifying and Remediating Unintended Consequences of Implementing Health Information Technology 290-06-0017-5 Koppel, Ross
Systematic review of health information exchange in primary care practices. 2010 Participation by Primary Care Practices in Health Information Exchange in Minnesota 290-07-10010-2 Fontaine, Patricia
Enabling medication management through health information technology. 2011 Enabling Medication Management through Utilization of Health Information Technology 290-07-100601-5 McKibbon, Ann
Enhancing laboratory report contents to improve outpatient management of test results. 2010 State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Indiana 290-04-0015 Overhage, Marc
Structuring care recommendations for clinical decision support: background assessment, synthesis, and methods report. 2011 Structuring Care Recommendations for Clinical Decision Support 290-09-00022I-2 Osheroff, Jerry
State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Delaware - Final Report 2015 State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Delaware 290-05-0012 Lee, Jan
Health information exchange technology on the front lines of healthcare: workflow factors and patterns of use 2012 State and Regional Demonstration in Health Information Technology: Tennessee 290-04-0006 Frisse, Mark E.