Julia Adler-Milstein
Julia Adler-Milstein
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The Value of Health Information Exchange and Interoperability
J Walker, E Pan, D Johnston, J Adler-Milstein, DW Bates, B Middleton
Health Affairs, W5-10-18, 2005
9622005
Despite substantial progress in EHR adoption, health information exchange and patient engagement remain low in office settings
MF Furukawa, J King, V Patel, CJ Hsiao, J Adler-Milstein, AK Jha
Health Affairs 33 (9), 1672-1679, 2014
2632014
Electronic health record adoption in US hospitals: progress continues, but challenges persist
J Adler-Milstein, CM DesRoches, P Kralovec, G Foster, C Worzala, ...
Health affairs 34 (12), 2174-2180, 2015
2242015
More than half of US hospitals have at least a basic EHR, but stage 2 criteria remain challenging for most
J Adler-Milstein, CM DesRoches, MF Furukawa, C Worzala, D Charles, ...
Health Affairs 33 (9), 1664-1671, 2014
1912014
Telehealth among US hospitals: several factors, including state reimbursement and licensure policies, influence adoption
J Adler-Milstein, J Kvedar, DW Bates
Health Affairs 33 (2), 207-215, 2014
1872014
The State Of Regional Health Information Organizations: Current Activities And Financing: It is not yet known whether the current US market-oriented approach—offering small …
J Adler-Milstein, AP McAfee, DW Bates, AK Jha
Health Affairs 26 (Suppl2), w60-w69, 2007
1812007
A survey of health information exchange organizations in the United States: implications for meaningful use
J Adler-Milstein, DW Bates, AK Jha
Annals of internal medicine 154 (10), 666-671, 2011
1682011
Electronic health record adoption in US hospitals: the emergence of a digital “advanced use” divide
J Adler-Milstein, AJ Holmgren, P Kralovec, C Worzala, T Searcy, V Patel
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 24 (6), 1142-1148, 2017
1602017
US Regional health information organizations: progress and challenges
J Adler-Milstein, DW Bates, AK Jha
Health affairs 28 (2), 483-492, 2009
1572009
Operational health information exchanges show substantial growth, but long-term funding remains a concern
J Adler-Milstein, DW Bates, AK Jha
Health Affairs 32 (8), 1486-1492, 2013
1532013
HITECH Act drove large gains in hospital electronic health record adoption
J Adler-Milstein, AK Jha
Health Affairs 36 (8), 1416-1422, 2017
1502017
Benefits of information technology–enabled diabetes management
D Bu, E Pan, J Walker, J Adler-Milstein, D Kendrick, JM Hook, CM Cusack, ...
Diabetes Care 30 (5), 1137-1142, 2007
1302007
Benefits of information technology–enabled diabetes management
D Bu, E Pan, J Walker, J Adler-Milstein, D Kendrick, JM Hook, CM Cusack, ...
Diabetes Care 30 (5), 1137-1142, 2007
1302007
Paperless healthcare: Progress and challenges of an IT-enabled healthcare system
J Adler-Milstein, DW Bates
Business Horizons 53 (2), 119-130, 2010
1212010
Does health information exchange reduce redundant imaging? Evidence from emergency departments
EJ Lammers, J Adler-Milstein, KE Kocher
Medical care, 227-234, 2014
982014
Health information exchange among US hospitals.
J Adler-Milstein, CM DesRoches, AK Jha
The American journal of managed care 17 (11), 761-768, 2011
982011
EHR adoption and hospital performance: time‐related effects
J Adler‐Milstein, J Everson, SYD Lee
Health services research 50 (6), 1751-1771, 2015
932015
A survey analysis suggests that electronic health records will yield revenue gains for some practices and losses for many
J Adler-Milstein, CE Green, DW Bates
Health Affairs 32 (3), 562-570, 2013
922013
Benchmarking health IT among OECD countries: better data for better policy
J Adler-Milstein, E Ronchi, GR Cohen, LAP Winn, AK Jha
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (1), 111-116, 2014
882014
Sharing clinical data electronically: a critical challenge for fixing the health care system
J Adler-Milstein, AK Jha
JAMA 307 (16), 1695-1696, 2012
842012
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