Quality Measurement of Medication Monitoring in the Meaningful Use Era
Shifting from claims to integrated electronic health records to calculate quality metrics will improve reported quality attributable to data capture changes, not true quality improvements.
Development and Pilot Testing of Guidelines to Monitor High-Risk Medications in the Ambulatory Setting
Pilot testing of guidelines for the laboratory monitoring of high-risk medications shows that monitoring is highly variable and that there is room for improvement.
Polypharmacy With Oral Antidiabetic Agents: An Indicator of Poor Glycemic Control
Health Plan Members' Views on Forgiving Medical Errors
Hypertension Management: The Care Gap Between Clinical Guidelines and Clinical Practice
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