Advancing Technology

NEHI’s research is aimed at identifying promising but underused technologies, assessing their impact on improving care and highlighting barriers to their adoption. Prior NEHI research has focused on remote patient monitoring devices, mobile devices, tele-health, tele-ICUs, social media platforms and technologies for managing patients with chronic disease. NEHI’s analysis links successful adoption of innovative technologies to innovations in patient engagement and clinical practice, HIT infrastructure, business processes and provider culture.

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  • Themes Healthcare Spending Technology Adoption Waste
    Publication Date: August 1, 2008

    Emergency Department Overuse Backgrounder

    A summary of NEHI's current research project to examine the causes of and potential solutions for the overuse of emergency departments for non-urgent conditions.
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  • Themes Healthcare Spending Patient Safety Waste
    Publication Date: February 25, 2008

    How Many More Studies Will It Take?

    Published with a grant from Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts, this compendium presents compelling evidence of waste in health care, with a RAND annotated bibliography and a NEHI compendium of the 460 most reliable sources on waste and inefficiency in health care from 1998 to 2006.
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  • Themes Medication Adherence Patient Safety
    Publication Date: February 25, 2008

    Improving Physician Adherence to Clinical Practice Guidelines

    To address the variance between agreed-upon standards of care and actual care provided by strengthening physician guidelines, we must overcome key barriers to adherence.
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  • Themes Healthcare Spending Patient Safety Waste
    Publication Date: February 25, 2008

    Waste and Inefficiency in the U.S. Health Care System - Clinical Care

    Waste is pervasive in our health care system and must be eliminated by implementing key policy solutions.
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  • Themes Patient Safety Telemedicine
    Publication Date: February 14, 2008

    Saving Lives, Saving Money: The Imperative for Computerized Physician Order Entry in Massachusetts Hospitals

    NEHI's CPOE study shows that one in ten patients at six representative community hospitals suffered a preventable medication injury and demonstrates how CPOE implementation dramatically decreases these errors
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  • Themes Patient Safety Technology Adoption
    Publication Date: March 1, 2007

    Tele-ICUs: Remote Management in Intensive Care Units

    Tele-ICUs address the shortage in supply of intensivists in intensive care units (ICUs) by enabling a relatively small number of intensivists to oversee the care of a large number of ICU patients.
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  • Themes Patient Safety Telemedicine
    Publication Date: December 19, 2006

    A Case Study on CPOE: A Blueprint for a Beginning

    The Massachusetts Hospital CPOE Initiative is a groundbreaking and dynamic undertaking that has brought critical people in the state together to accelerate the adoption of this innovative technology.
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  • Themes Patient Safety Telemedicine Waste
    Publication Date: September 1, 2006

    Saving Lives, Reducing Costs: CPOE Lessons Learned in Community Hospitals

    A group of chief information officers and project managers from Massachusetts hospitals currently implementing or planning to implement CPOE have identified six focus areas to improve implementation: physician incentives, process redesign, metrics, physician training, governance of clinical decision support and leadership commitment.
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  • Themes Evidence-based Medicine Patient Engagement
    Publication Date: August 29, 2006

    Challenges in Vaccine Policy: A Case Study of the HPV Vaccine

    The HPV vaccine's immense promise in preventing cervical cancer -- and the barriers to its widespread adoption -- make it an ideal vehicle for implementing important improvements to the U.S. immunization system.
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  • Themes Evidence-based Medicine Patient Safety
    Publication Date: January 1, 2006

    Insulin Analogs: Innovation in Biotechnology

    Insulin analog drugs, used in combination therapy, are valuable and cost-effective for type 1 diabetes patients.
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