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The Participatory Zeitgeist in Health Care: It is Time for a Science of Participation

The Participatory Zeitgeist in Health Care: It is Time for a Science of Participation

In this regard, participation has itself become a critical agent in health care planning, redesign, delivery, quality improvement, and systems transformation [8].

Victoria Jane Palmer

J Participat Med 2020;12(1):e15101

Improving Quality of Care in Rheumatoid Arthritis Through Mobile Patient-Reported Outcome Measurement: Focus Group Study

Improving Quality of Care in Rheumatoid Arthritis Through Mobile Patient-Reported Outcome Measurement: Focus Group Study

The RAPID3 questionnaire exclusively relies on patient-derived assessments and does not require input from the clinician.ObjectivesWe describe our initial quality improvement (QI) process leveraging mobile technology by using tablets to collect the RAPID3 disease

Sonali Desai, Emma Stevens, Srinivas Emani, Peter Meyers, Maura Iversen, Daniel H Solomon

JMIR Form Res 2020;4(5):e15158

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Rectal Cancer Project: Protocol for a Pan-Canadian, Multidisciplinary Quality Improvement Initiative to Optimize the Quality of Rectal Cancer Care

The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer Rectal Cancer Project: Protocol for a Pan-Canadian, Multidisciplinary Quality Improvement Initiative to Optimize the Quality of Rectal Cancer Care

evaluate the impact of knowledge translation (KT) interventions to reduce variation and optimize the quality of care for patients with rectal cancer.The Canadian Partnership Against Cancer (CPAC) Rectal Cancer Project is a multiyear, multifaceted quality improvement

Amandeep Pooni, Selina Schmocker, Carl Brown, Anthony MacLean, Lara Williams, Nancy N Baxter, Marko Simunovic, Alexander Sender Liberman, Sebastien Drolet, Katerina Neumann, Kartik Jhaveri, Richard Kirsch, Erin Diane Kennedy

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(1):e15535

Implementation of a Novel Electronic Patient-Directed Smoking Cessation Platform for Cancer Patients: Interrupted Time Series Analysis

Implementation of a Novel Electronic Patient-Directed Smoking Cessation Platform for Cancer Patients: Interrupted Time Series Analysis

would be successfully implemented and acceptable to patients, would result in increased screening and referral rates, and would subsequently result in increased interactions with smoking cessation programs.MethodsOur project followed the Standards for Quality Improvement

Meredith Elana Giuliani, Geoffrey Liu, Wei Xu, Mihaela Dirlea, Peter Selby, Janet Papadakos, Nazek Abdelmutti, Dongyang Yang, Lawson Eng, David Paul Goldstein, Jennifer Michelle Jones

J Med Internet Res 2019;21(4):e11735

A Redesigned Order Entry System for Reducing Low-Value Preprocedural Cardiology Consultations: Quality-Improvement Cohort Study

A Redesigned Order Entry System for Reducing Low-Value Preprocedural Cardiology Consultations: Quality-Improvement Cohort Study

We hypothesized that the algorithm would reduce the number of in-person clinic visits for preprocedural cardiac evaluation.MethodsWe conducted a quality-improvement project wherein we implemented a novel order entry system in our electronic health records at

David E Winchester, Leigh Cagino

JMIR Perioper Med 2020;3(1):e17669

Implementation and Effectiveness of a Bar Code–Based Transfusion Management System for Transfusion Safety in a Tertiary Hospital: Retrospective Quality Improvement Study

Implementation and Effectiveness of a Bar Code–Based Transfusion Management System for Transfusion Safety in a Tertiary Hospital: Retrospective Quality Improvement Study

implementation of standardized procedures throughout the clinical transfusion process, including patient identification, blood administration, and patient monitoring was emphasized [2].Despite many efforts to prevent transfusion errors, there is room for improvement

Shin-Shang Chou, Ying-Ju Chen, Yu-Te Shen, Hsiu-Fang Yen, Shu-Chen Kuo

JMIR Med Inform 2019;7(3):e14192

Analysis of Internet Usage Among Cancer Patients in a County Hospital Setting: A Quality Improvement Initiative

Analysis of Internet Usage Among Cancer Patients in a County Hospital Setting: A Quality Improvement Initiative

A task force was subsequently formed, comprised of physicians, hospital administrators, nurses, and patient advocates, in order to oversee this quality improvement initiative.A review of the literature was performed and revealed that the majority of research

Lucy Wallace, Lisa Lilley, William Lodrigues, Julie Dreadin-Pulliam, Xian-Jin Xie, Sakshi Mathur, Madhu Rao, Valorie Harvey, Ann Marilyn Leitch, Roshni Rao

JMIR Res Protoc 2014;3(2):e26