Center leadership have a long track record of disseminating their work through high-impact publications. Below are a selection of featured publications; we encourage you to contact individual Center members for more information or more complete listings.

2019

An academic research coach: an innovative approach to increasing scholarly productivity in medicine

McKinney C, Mookherjee S, Fihn S, Gallagher T. (2019). An academic research coach: an innovative approach to increasing scholarly productivity in medicine. J Hosp Med.Apr 8;14:E1-E5. PMID: 30986187

Association of adverse effects of medical treatment with mortality in the United States: a secondary analysis of the global burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors study

Sunshine JE, Meo N, Kassebaum NJ, Collison ML, Mokdad AH, Naghavi M. (2019). Association of adverse effects of medical treatment with mortality in the United States: a secondary analysis of the global burden of diseases, injuries, and risk factors study. JAMA Netw Open. Jan 4;2(1). PMID: 30657530

Collaboration, not calculation: a qualitative study of how hospital executives value hospital medicine groups

White AA, McIlraith T, Chivu AM, Cyrus R, Cockerham C, Vora H, Vulgamore P. Collaboration, not calculation: a qualitative study of how hospital executives value hospital medicine groups. J Hosp Med. 2019 Jul 24;14:E1-E6.

EHR-related alert fatigue: minimal progress to date, but much more can be done

Payne TH. EHR-related alert fatigue: minimal progress to date, but much more can be done. BMJ Qual Saf. 2019 Jan;28(1):1-2. PMID: 30297378

From their perspective: the connection between life stressors and health care service use patterns of homeless frequent users of the emergency department

Moore M, Conrick KM, Reddy A, Allen A, Jaffe C. (2019). From their perspective: the connection between life stressors and health care service use patterns of homeless frequent users of the emergency department. Health Soc Work. Mar 11. PMID: 30855682

Interoperability of electronic health information and care of dialysis patients in the United States

Sutton PR and Payne TH. Interoperability of electronic health information and hemodialysis in the United States. Clin J Am Soc Nephrol. 2019 Sep 6.

Medicare’s approach to paying for services that promote coordinated care

Liao JM, Navathe AS, Press MJ. (2019). Medicare’s approach to paying for services that promote coordinated care. JAMA. Jan 15;321(2):147-148. PMID: 30543367

Nurturing sustainability in a growing community pediatric hospital medicine workforce

Marek RL, White AA.Nurturing sustainability in a growing community pediatric hospital medicine workforce. J Hosp Med. 2019 Aug 16;14. PMID: 31433776

OpenNotes After 7 Years: Patient Experiences with ongoing access to their clinicians' outpatient visit notes

Walker J, Leveille S, Bell S, Chimowitz H, Dong Z, Elmore JG, Fernandez L, Fossa A, Gerard M, Fitzgerald P, Harcourt K, Jackson S, Payne TH, Perez J, Shucard H, Stametz R, DesRoches C, Delbanco T. OpenNotes after 7 years: patient experiences with ongoing access to their clinicians’ outpatient visit notes. J Med Internet Res. 2019 May 6;21(5):e13876. doi: 10.2196/13876

The MISSION Act: Creating a Center for Innovation in the VA

Reddy A, Fihn SD, Liao JM. The MISSION Act: Creating a Center for Innovation in the VA. N Engl J Med. 2019;380(17):1592-1594.