PETER HOONAKKER WAS AWARDED AN AMIA DISTINGUISHED POSTER AWARD FOR HIS POSTER "PERCEIVED EFFECTIVENESS OF CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT TO IMPROVE VTE PROPHYLAXIS: A COMPARISON OF PHYSICIANS, PHARMACISTS AND NURSES
Dr. Hoonakker presented the poster and received the award at the American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) 2016 Annual Symposium.
Written on December 08, 2015A multidisciplinary panel organized by the National Patient Safety Foundation and led by Dr. Donald Berwick reviewed the state of patient safety 15 years after the IOM report "To Err is Human". A report of the panel's recommendations was released in early December.
Written on October 26, 2015This represents the first time since the award’s inception that the recipient’s work focuses on healthcare safety.
Written on September 22, 2015The final report uses the models in better understanding the diagnostic process and work system in which it takes place.
Written by Nina Gehan on August 06, 2015The SEIPS Short Course on Human Factors Engineering and Patient Safety, held July 13-17, 2015, drew 45 healthcare professionals from around the world. Attendees included health IT vendors, clinicians and administrators as well as patient safety, risk management and quality improvement personnel.
CQPI RESEARCH PRESENTED IN AHRQ REPORT EXAMINING IMPACTS OF PATIENT PORTALS, E-FORMS AND SECURE MESSAGING ON WORKFLOW IN PRIMARY CARE
Written by Carayon et al on July 08, 2015A new report from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality examines the use of health IT in ambulatory care practices as well as its impact on patient and provider workflow.
Written on May 01, 2015The award recognizes “50 Experts Leading the Field of Patient Safety” who have led initiatives to reduce harm and ensure safety.
Written on April 10, 2015The ceremony was held to honor the scholarly and educational achievements of ISyE faculty holding professorships and chairships. Other Honorees included CQPI faculty Profs. Patti Brennan and John Lee.
Written on December 18, 2014This paper describes the concept of surgical coaching and its implications in the medical field.
- The paper on "Family-Initiated Dialogue About Medications During Family-Centered Rounds" is a featured article in Pediatrics.
- The SEIPS Symposium featured an abridged version of the content covered in the annual SEIPS Short Course. A video of the entire session is available to view by clicking on the link above.
- The Children’s Hospital Safety Climate (CHSC) Questionnaire, developed in conjunction with CQPI researchers, is a tool that health care administrators, researchers, and clinicians can use to evaluate parents’ perceptions of the patient safety climate of children’s hospitals.
- Industrial and Systems Engineering Proctor & Gamble Professor in Total Quality Pascale Carayon gave a talk about systems approaches to improving safety in hospital intensive care units.
Drs. Mary Sesto, Susan Hendrich, Doug Wiegmann and Amye Tevaarwerk were highlighted in Madison Magazine for their interdisciplinary research on developing a tool to assist breast cancer survivors with challenges in the workplace.
iHealthBeat recently highlighted a paper published by CQPI researchers in JAMIA, 'Changes in end-user satisfaction with Computerized Provider Order Entry over time among nurses and providers in intensive care units'.
- CQPI has been awarded a contract by AHRQ to study the implementation of health IT to support practice redesign in ambulatory care settings.
INDUSTRIAL AND SYSTEMS ENGINEERING FIELD AND ITS IMPACT ON HEALTHCARE IS HIGHLIGHTED IN THE UW COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING PERSPECTIVE MAGAZINE
The article, "How industrial engineers improve healthcare", published in the spring 2012 issue of Perspective highlights the impact of ISyE on healthcare.
Pascale Carayon received the 2012 Triennial Distinguished Service Award from the International Ergonomics Association.
A toolkit, designed by CQPI researchers, is now available on the AHRQ website to help health IT users with workflow analysis and redesign before, during, and after health IT implementation.
- The Grant Final Report from AHRW highlights CQPI's Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) research.
Drs. Peter Buckle and Pascale Carayon edited the special edition of Applied Ergonomics on "Human Factors and Ergonomics in Patient Safety".
HOONAKKER, BORNOE, & CARAYON'S HUMAN FACTORS IN COMPUTER & INFORMATION SECURITY (HFCIS) PROJECT RESULTS PRESENTED AT HFES 53RD ANNUAL MEETING
CQPI's Human Factors in Computers & Information Safety (HFCIS) project results were presented at the HFES 53rd annual meeting on October 19th, 2009.
Industrial and System Engineering Associate Professor Douglas Wiegmann received the award for best paper at the annual meeting of the International Society of Air Safety Investigators.
Industrial and Systems Engineering Associate Professor Ben-Tzion Karsh has been invited by the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) for Health IT.
Industrial and Systems Engineering Professor John D. Lee will begin his duties as a member of the HFES Executive Council at the HFES 53rd Annual Meeting in San Antonio, October 19th-23rd.