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Pediatrics e2021054921.
Published: December 2022
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Pediatrics e2021051360.
Published: January 2022
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Diagram of how patients considered for the BeneFIT randomized controlled tr...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 1 Diagram of how patients considered for the BeneFIT randomized controlled trial were allocated into each measure for uptake of the trial’s intervention (PRN follow-up). PCP, primary care provider. More
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Pediatrics e2021053889.
Published: January 2022
Includes: Supplementary data
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Flow diagram documenting recruitment and enrollment.   FIGURE 1. Flow diagr...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 1 Flow diagram documenting recruitment and enrollment. FIGURE 1. Flow diagram documenting recruitment and enrollment. More
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Conceptual framework informed by the CFIR: why does WIC exhibit suboptimal ...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 2 Conceptual framework informed by the CFIR: why does WIC exhibit suboptimal implementation? FIGURE 2. Conceptual framework informed by the CFIR: why does WIC exhibit suboptimal implementation? More
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Pediatrics e2020042366.
Published: January 2022
Includes: Supplementary data
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Example of an individual physician’s audit and feedback summary report.
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 1 Example of an individual physician’s audit and feedback summary report. More
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P-prime SPC charts for the ED. A, Change in percentage of ED patients who r...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 2 P-prime SPC charts for the ED. A, Change in percentage of ED patients who received a comprehensive RVT (DFA used in 2014–2015 versus multiplex polymerase chain reaction used in 2016–2018). B, Change in percentage of ED patients who received any RVT (multiplex + rapid influenza). Annotatio... More
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U SPC chart for PMWs: change in rate of PMW patients who received a compreh...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 3 U SPC chart for PMWs: change in rate of PMW patients who received a comprehensive RVT (DFA used in 2014–2015 versus multiplex polymerase chain reaction used in 2016–2018). Annotations indicate intervention components. The lighter curved lines indicate the upper control limit (UCL) and the... More
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U SPC chart displaying monthly inpatient oseltamivir DOT per 1000 patient d...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 4 U SPC chart displaying monthly inpatient oseltamivir DOT per 1000 patient days. Annotations indicate intervention components. The lighter curved lines indicate the upper control limit (UCL) and the lower control limit (LCL). The dark straight line indicates the center line (CL) (mean). More
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Balancing measure: P SPC chart displaying monthly percentage of ED RVs with...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 5 Balancing measure: P SPC chart displaying monthly percentage of ED RVs within 72 hours of the initial visit. The lighter curved lines indicate the upper control limit (UCL) and the lower control limit (LCL). The dark straight line indicates the center line (CL) (mean). More
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Pediatrics e2021050534.
Published: January 2022
Includes: Supplementary data
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Algorithmic approach for low-risk delivery characteristics determination. A...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 1 Algorithmic approach for low-risk delivery characteristics determination. A, ROM ≥0.1 hours and ≤24 hours. B, If ROM <0.1 hours but duration between onset of labor and delivery ≥0.1 hours (6 minutes), then classified as not low-risk. If ROM missing, >24 hours, or implausible (ie, ne... More
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Examples of the flow of PGHD and family-generated health data in a pediatri...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 1 Examples of the flow of PGHD and family-generated health data in a pediatric RPM program. PGHD can flow through a remote monitoring system in different ways via assorted automated processes. This figure provides 3 different examples adapted from published literature to illustrate how remote monitoring systems can support management of chronic conditions in children. Health care team (provider) and patient-family activities are shown in separate circles connected by arrows to show how each user’s role supports remote monitoring.A, Parental monitoring in an infant with congenital heart disease discharged from the hospital after surgery. Postdischarge parental monitoring of an infant with congenital heart disease identifies low oxygen saturation (Spo2), which leads to an escalation of care. B, Parent vital sign and symptom monitoring in a child with medical complexity to identify early health deterioration. The parent identifies new-onset fever and decreased fluid intake, but the patient is otherwise well. The provider and parent develop a sick-day plan and continue monitoring with a scheduled follow-up call the next day. C, Symptom and laboratory monitoring for chronic care management in an adolescent with inflammatory bowel disease. The adolescent with well controlled inflammatory bowel disease provides monthly symptom information and laboratory studies. The health care team recommends maintaining the current medication regimen and ongoing monitoring. More
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Examples of the flow of PGHD and family-generated health data in a pediatri...
Published: January 2022
FIGURE 1 Examples of the flow of PGHD and family-generated health data in a pediatric RPM program. PGHD can flow through a remote monitoring system in different ways via assorted automated processes. This figure provides 3 different examples adapted from published literature to illustrate how remote monitoring systems can support management of chronic conditions in children. Health care team (provider) and patient-family activities are shown in separate circles connected by arrows to show how each user’s role supports remote monitoring.A, Parental monitoring in an infant with congenital heart disease discharged from the hospital after surgery. Postdischarge parental monitoring of an infant with congenital heart disease identifies low oxygen saturation (Spo2), which leads to an escalation of care. B, Parent vital sign and symptom monitoring in a child with medical complexity to identify early health deterioration. The parent identifies new-onset fever and decreased fluid intake, but the patient is otherwise well. The provider and parent develop a sick-day plan and continue monitoring with a scheduled follow-up call the next day. C, Symptom and laboratory monitoring for chronic care management in an adolescent with inflammatory bowel disease. The adolescent with well controlled inflammatory bowel disease provides monthly symptom information and laboratory studies. The health care team recommends maintaining the current medication regimen and ongoing monitoring. More
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Pediatrics e2021054137.
Published: January 2022
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