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The Integrated Delivery System Research Network (IDSRN) is a model of field-based research that links the Nation's top researchers with some of the largest health care systems to conduct research on cutting-edge issues in health care on an accelerated timetable. Publications from IDSRN projects are listed below. Select for the IDSRN Fact Sheet.

Asplin BR, Magid DJ, Rhodes KV, et al. A conceptual model of emergency department crowding. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2003 Aug;42(2):173-80. Access abstract.

Bird CE, Fremont A, Wickstrom S, et al. Improving women's quality of care for cardiovascular disease and diabetes: the feasibility and desirability of stratified reporting of objective performance measures. Women's Health Issues 2003 Jul-Aug;13(4):150-7. Access abstract.

Callahan MA, Ruchlin H. The role of nursing leadership in establishing a safety culture. Nursing Economics 2003 Nov-Dec;21(6):296-7.

Curoe A, Kralewski J, Kaissi A. Assessing the cultures of medical group practices. Journal of the American Board of Family Practice 2003 Sep-Oct;16(5):394-8. Access abstract.

Fremont AM, Bierman A, Wickstrom SL, et al. Use of geocoding in managed care settings to identify quality disparities. Health Affairs (Millwood) 2005 Mar-Apr;24(2):516-26. Access abstract.

Green DC, Buehler JW, Silk BJ, et al. Trends in healthcare use in the New York City region following the terrorist attacks of 2001. Biosecurity and Bioterrorism: Biodefense Strategy, Practice, and Science 2006;4(3):263-75. Access abstract.

Hassol A, Walker J, Kidder D, et al. Patient experiences and attitudes about access to a patient electronic health care record and linked web messaging. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2004 Nov-Dec;11(6):505-13. Access abstract.

Hupert N, Chege W, Bearman GM, et al. Antibiotics for anthrax: patient requests and physician prescribing practices during the 2001 New York City attacks. Annals of Internal Medicine 2004 Oct 11;164(18):2012-16. Access abstract.

Hupert N, Mushlin AI, Callahan MA. Modeling the public health response to bioterrorism: using discrete event simulation to design antibiotic distribution centers. Medical Decision Making 2002 Sep-Oct;22(5 Suppl):S17-25. Access abstract.

Hupert N, Bearman GM, Mushlin AI, et al. Accuracy of screening for inhalational anthrax after a bioterrorist attack. Annals of Internal Medicine 2003 Sep 2;139(5 Pt 1):337-45. Access abstract.

Hupert N. Modeling the public health response to bioterrorism. In: Encyclopedia of Bioterrorism Defense. Pilch RF, Zilinskas RA (Eds.). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons; 2005.

Kaissi A, Kralewski J, Dowd B. Financial and organizational factors affecting the employment of nurse practitioners and physician assistants in medical group practices. The Journal of Ambulatory Care Management 2003 Jul-Sep;26(3):209-16. Access abstract.

Kaissi A, Kralewski J, Curoe A, et al. How does the culture of medical group practices influence the types of programs used to assure quality of care? Health Care Management Review 2004 Apr-Jun;29(2):129-38. Access abstract.

Kralewski J, Dowd BE, Heaton A, et al. The influence of the structure and culture of medical group practices on prescription drug errors. Medical Care 2005 Aug;43(8):817-25. Access abstract.

Kralewski J, Dowd BE, Kaissi A, et al. Measuring the culture of medical group practices. Health Care Management Review 2005 Jul-Sep;30(3):184-93. Access abstract.

Moore P. Outside insights: what Dr. Gabow learned from FedEx and Ritz-Carlton. Physicians Practice 2004 Oct;27-32.

Mueller C, Degenholtz H, Kane RL. Do evidence-based clinical and administrative policies/practices in nursing homes influence quality? Nursing & Health Policy Review 2004 Spring-Summer;3(1):35-47.

Rector TS, Venus PJ. Do drug benefits help Medicare beneficiaries afford prescribed drugs? Health Affairs (Millwood) 2004 Jul-Aug;23(4):213-22. Access abstract.

Rector TS, Spector WD, Shaffer TJ, et al. Pneumonia in nursing home residents: factors associated with in-home care of EverCare enrollees. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2005 Mar;53(3):472-77. Access abstract.

Ruchlin HS, Dubbs NL, Callahan MA. The role of leadership in instilling a culture of patient safety: lessons from the literature. Journal of Healthcare Management 2004 Jan-Feb;49(1):47-58; discussion 58-9. Access abstract.

Solberg LI, Asplin BR, Weinick RM, et al. Emergency department crowding: consensus development of potential measures. Annals of Emergency Medicine 2003 Dec;42(6):824-34. Access abstract.

Solberg LI, Hurley JS, Roberts MH, et al. Measuring patient safety in ambulatory care: potential for identifying medical group drug-drug interaction rates using claims data. American Journal of Managed Care 2004 Nov;10(11 Pt 1):753-9. Access abstract.

Steele AW, Eisert S, Davidson A, et al. Using computerized clinical decision support for latent tuberculosis infection screening. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 2005 Apr;28(3):281-4. Access abstract.

Steele A, Eisert S, Witter J, et al. The effect of automated alerts on provider ordering behavior in an outpatient setting. PLoS Medicine 2005 Sep;2(9):e255. Epub 2005 Sep 6. Access abstract.

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