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Implementing Electronic Health Record Default Settings to Reduce Opioid Overprescribing: A Pilot Study

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  • Kara Zivin
  • Jessica O. White
  • Sandra Chao
  • Anna L. Christensen
  • Luke Horner
  • Dana M. Petersen
  • Morgan R. Hobbs
  • Grace Capreol
  • Kevin A. Halbritter
  • Christopher M. Jones

Abstract

The authors implemented a 15-pill electronic health record default for new Schedule II opioids and assessed opioid quantity before and after implementation using electronic health record data on 6,390 opioid prescriptions from 448 prescribers.

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  • Kara Zivin & Jessica O. White & Sandra Chao & Anna L. Christensen & Luke Horner & Dana M. Petersen & Morgan R. Hobbs & Grace Capreol & Kevin A. Halbritter & Christopher M. Jones, "undated". "Implementing Electronic Health Record Default Settings to Reduce Opioid Overprescribing: A Pilot Study," Mathematica Policy Research Reports 87deecbbebba4dd68ffe8ed98, Mathematica Policy Research.
  • Handle: RePEc:mpr:mprres:87deecbbebba4dd68ffe8ed988b9080a
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    Keywords

    Acute Pain; Analgesic; Narcotics; Opioids; Prescriptions;

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    • I - Health, Education, and Welfare

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