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Recent Publications, Presentations

  1. Potentially inappropriate prescribing in elderly: Assessing doctor knowledge, confidence and barriers
  2. Learning from top performers using a positive deviance approach
  3. Can low-performing hospitals train high-performing residents?
  4. Literature review
  5. Appropriate medication prescribing in elderly patients: How knowledgeable are primary care physicians? A survey study in Parma, Italy
  6. Using administrative data to identify and stage breast cancer cases: Implications for assessing quality of care
  7. Population-based worksite obesity management interventions: A qualitative case study
  8. Beta-blocker initiation and adherence after hospitalization for acute myocardial infarction
  9. The American heart association's recommendations for expanding the applications of existing and future clinical registries: A policy statement from the American heart association
  10. The use of simulation training in teaching health care quality and safety: An annotated bibliography
  11. Use of an algorithm applied to urine drug screening to assess adherence to a hydrocodone regimen
  12. Is gastrectomy safe in the elderly? A single institution review
  13. Variability in school closure decisions in response to 2009 H1N1: A qualitative systems improvement analysis
  14. Quality of care for 2 common pediatric conditions treated by convenient care providers.
  15. Ventral hernia repairs: 10-Year single-institution review at thomas jefferson university hospital
  16. Prevalence and risk of polypharmacy among the elderly in an outpatient setting: A retrospective cohort study in the Emilia-Romagna Region, Italy
  17. Prevalence, knowledge and care patterns for gastro-oesophageal reflux disease in United States minority populations
  18. Value-based purchasing paradigms for facial plastic surgery
  19. Comparison of GE centricity electronic medical record database and national ambulatory medical care survey findings on the prevalence of major conditions in the United States
  20. Prevalence of obesity, type II diabetes mellitus, hyperlipidemia, and hypertension in the United States: Findings from the GE centricity electronic medical record database

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