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Nemours receives Dept. of Defense award to study physicians' maintenance of optimal clinical program
Date:11/12/2013

sed for this effort. In use for more than 15 years, with data on more than 400 physicians at facilities in Delaware, Florida, Pennsylvania and New Jersey, the system has been progressively refined for each clinical division throughout Nemours and can target specific quality of care measures for common conditions.

Researchers will analyze these electronic medical records for patterns in physicians' types of cases and their variability in practice for certain targeted medical conditions. Ultimately, the study will test interventions to help minimize such variation, such as including feedback alerts in the electronic medical records to provide decision support for physicians.

"We need to learn how doctors forget," said Thomas Talbot, MD, TATRC Medical Simulation Leader. "By working with Nemours, we will learn about factors that allow us to tune retraining and ongoing medical education to each doctor and their unique patient population."


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