HIP Investigator, Dr. Brian Patterson et al. examined the potential utility of automated risk stratification and referral intervention to screen older adults for fall risk after emergency department visits.
In this work, Dr. Jared Huling and HIP Investigators Dr. Menggang Yu and Dr. Maureen Smith introduced a subgroup identification procedure for long-term interventions whose effects are expected to change smoothly over time.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Brian Patterson et al. used data from a large, academic medical center Emergency Department to show that the patients’ rate of service completion varies over the course of the physician shift.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Yao Liu et al. assessed grading variability between an optometrist, general ophthalmologist, and retinal specialist using images from an urban, diabetic retinopathy teleophthalmology program.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Heather Johnson et al. evaluated MyHEART's impact on changes in systolic & diastolic blood pressure compared to usual care after 6 & 12 mo. in geographically & racially/ethnically diverse young adults with uncontrolled hypertension.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Ryan Coller et al. provided a perspective that inpatient portals are innovative tools poised to engage patients and caregivers during hospitalization and, thus, enhance patient-centered care.
Children with CMC are commonly assisted by medical devices, although complications may lead to preventable ED and hospital use. HIP Investigator Dr. Ryan Coller et al. identified predictors of device-complicated ED visits and hospitalizations.
Care coordination has become the focus of the rapidly expanding field of complex care. Supporting the personnel and infrastructure to successfully coordinate care for CMC is a major sustainability challenge facing complex-care programs today.
Type 1 diabetes can reduce health‐related QOL for children, adolescents and their parents. This study assesses whether self-management challenges are also associated with QOL for children and adolescents with Type 1 diabetes and their parents.
Are recreational marijuana companies adhering to the WAC regulations when posting product promotion messages on social media? Authors evaluated the content of social media posts by marijuana companies and assessed the compliance of these posts.
Current patient education may not fully address multiple barriers to screening faced by rural patients. HIP Investigator Dr. Yao Liu et al. sought to characterize contextual factors affecting rural patient adherence with diabetic eye screening guidelines.
SBP variability may be a target for mitigating end-organ damage associated with vascular disease. HIP Investigator, Dr. Meghan Brennan et al. evaluated the relationship between increased SBP variability and risk of incident diabetic foot ulceration.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Christie Bartels et al. aimed to examine the impact of a physician champion educational outreach intervention to promote electronic provider-to-provider communication in a large academic multispecialty group.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Heidi Brown et al. conducted a survey to quantify screening rates, attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors for older adults experiencing urinary (UI) or fecal incontinence (FI) among PCPs in a health care system.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Ryan Coller et al. sought to examine the effect of a caregiver coaching intervention, Plans for Action and Care Transitions (PACT), on hospital use among children with medical complexity (CMC) within a complex care medical home.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Ryan Coller et al. developed a curriculum in the pediatric global health residency track at UW to address gaps in LGH education and to increase resident knowledge about local health disparities for global community members.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Menggang Yu et al. propose an outcome weighted learning method that extends estimating individualized treatment rules to multi‐treatment case by using a vector hinge loss as a target function.
A team of authors, including HIP Investigator Ryan Coller, conducted a systematic review of the literature evaluating the design, use, and impact of inpatient portals used with hospitalized patients and caregivers.
Statins reduce morbidity and mortality among patients with diabetes, but their use remains suboptimal. In this study, HIP Investigator Dr. Meghan Brennan et al. sought to understand trends in statin use to inform strategies for improvement.
HIP Investigator, Dr. Andrew Quanbeck et al. examined the role that external change agents have played within the context of multifaceted interventions designed to promote organizational change in healthcare-specifically, in primary care settings.