Among chronically ill children, HIP Investigator Dr. Elizabeth Cox et al. describe the PROMIS Family Relationships measure over time and its associations with sociodemographics, environmental deprivation, and health.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Rachel Grob et al. conducted a qualitative analysis of how patients and family members are engaged in the governance of systematic learning at 16 purposively sampled Learning Healthcare Systems.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Elizabeth Cox et al. identified challenges and possible solutions to the use of Patient-Reported Outcomes Measurement Information System (PROMIS) Pediatric measures in the ambulatory pediatric setting.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Edmond Ramly et al. propose a methodology for comparative workflow modeling and evaluate its use through application to antibiotic prescribing in six nursing homes in two states in the United States.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Marguerite Burns et al. estimated the incremental associations between the implementation of expanded Medicaid eligibility and prerelease Medicaid enrollment assistance on Medicaid enrollment for recently incarcerated adults.
Authors, including HIP Investigators Dr. Maureen Smith and Dr. Brian Patterson, describe an approach to implementing predictive solutions that adapts the widely used Find-Organize-Clarify-Understand-Select–Plan-Do-Check-Act framework.
Authors, including HIP Investigator Dr. Elizabeth Cox, assessed prevalence over time and predictors of problematic internet use using the Problematic and Risky Internet Use Screening Scale (PRIUSS) and also identified an intermediate-risk PRIUSS score.
Dr. Ryan Coller et al. sought stakeholder perspectives on anticipated benefits/challenges of sharing hospital physicians' admission-daily progress notes with parents at the bedside during their child's hospitalization and note implementation strategies.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Ryan Coller aimed to identify associations between ACTIV's repeated measures and CMC hospitalization, and to evaluate ACTIV's feasibility/acceptability when implemented within a complex care program.
HIP Investigators, Dr. Christie Bartels and Dr. Edmond Ramly aimed to implement a rheumatology staff-driven protocol, Quit Connect, to increase the rate of electronic referrals (e-referrals) to free, state-run tobacco quit lines (TQL).
HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith and Neighborhood Health Partnerships Program (NHP) Director Jessica Bonham-Werling discuss the creation of the NHP program through the engagement of communities, researchers, health systems and others in co-design.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Brian Patterson et al. sought to determine the effect of a supervisory resident “pre-attending” role on the clinical efficiency of a university-affiliated community emergency department.
Authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Maureen Smith developed an algorithm that can be used to equitably distribute COVID-19 vaccinations to healthcare personnel (HCP) during Phase 1a of the CDC’s coronavirus vaccine distribution plan.
Authors including HIP Investigators Dr. Yao Liu and Dr. Maureen Smith sought to find if a stakeholder-based implementation program could increase teleophthalmology use and sustain improvements in diabetic eye screening.
Authors including HIP Investigator, Dr. Heidi Brown sought to quantify and understand barriers to and facilitators of implementation, adoption, and maintenance of the Mind over Matter: Healthy Bowels, Healthy Bladder intervention.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Ryan Coller et al. identified the perceptions of clinical leaders on important and feasible inpatient transition activities and outcomes, including when, how, and for whom inpatient transition processes are needed.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Marguerite Burns et al. estimates the association between the implementation of parity in coverage for mental health and substance use disorder services within the Medicaid program and MHSUD service use.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Ryan Coller et al. examined family-reported ambulatory care quality and its association with emergency department and hospital utilization, and how these relationships differed across levels of medical complexity.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Christie Bartels et al. evaluated patient and healthcare level predictors of smoking cessation in patients with Rheumatoid Arthritis to guide implementation of smoking cessation interventions.
In a letter to the editor, a group of authors featuring HIP Investigator Dr. Maureen Smith, examined whether SNFs differed substantially in their readmission rates by the DRG category of the initial hospitalization.