Peter Kleinschmidt, MD | Applied Clinical Informatics
Dr. Kleinschmidt is a general internist who practices in primary care. His research investigates applications of clinical informatics to improving patient safety and provider efficiency.
The Implementation and Impact of Health Information Technology
Dr. Kleinschmidt investigates the application of new health information technology to improve patient care and improve provider well-being. His work focuses on implementation and impacts of system changes at UW Health.
- RxFill: An Innovative Approach to Support Medication Adherence (NCPDP)
- Implementing standardized note templates to reduce progress note length and generation time while facilitating ease of clinical review
- The impact of CancelRx, a prescription communication standard to improve accuracy of prescription discontinuations between clinics and pharmacies
- The value of using problem concept maps to streamline display of clinical data and reduce cognitive burden in the management of chronic disease
- Watterson TL, Stone JA, Brown R, Xiong KZ, Schiefelbein A, Ramly E, Kleinschmidt P, Semanik M, Craddock L, Pitts S, Woodroof T, Chui MA. CancelRx: a health IT tool to reduce medication discrepancies in the outpatient setting. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2021 Jul 14;28(7):1526-1533. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocab038. PMID: 33835183; PMCID: PMC8661442
- Semanik MG, Kleinschmidt PC, Wright A, Willett DL, Dean SM, Saleh SN, Co Z, Sampene E, Buchanan JR. Impact of a problem-oriented view on clinical data retrieval. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2021 Apr 23;28(5):899-906. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocaa332. PMID: 33566093; PMCID: PMC8068438
Dr. Kleinschmidt's research is currently funded by the National Council for Prescription Drug Programs (NCPDP).
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