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Health Information Technology

This Work Group considers the research and standards priorities in ambulatory/primary care, and opportunities to advance understanding of HIT needs in primary care. It is also working to identify what a family practice might need to create a PCMH in terms of HIT. 


US Co-chair

Chet Fox, MD

CA Co-chair
Lee Green, MD

Products:

  1. CASFM HIT Work Group. Aligning How Family Physicians Think and How Family Medicine Practices Function. Circa 2009. White paper distributed to a variety of organizations and to the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT.
  2. Peterson KA. Essential requirements of information technology for primary care. Family Practice 2012; 29: 119-120.
  3. Krist AH, Beasley JW, Crosson JC, Kibbe DC, Klinkman MS, Lehmann CU, Fox CH, Mitchell JM, Mold JW, Pace WD, Peterson KA, Phillips RL, Post R, Puro J, Raddock M, Simkus R, Waldren SE. Electronic Health Record Functionality Needed to Better Support Primary Care. A joint statement from NAPCRG, the American Academy of Family Physicians, and the American Academy of Pediatrics. Submitted to the Office of the National Coordinator for HIT (January 15, 2013).
  4. Krist AH, Beasley JW, Crosson JC, Kibbe DC, Klinkman MS, Lehmann CU, Fox CH, Mitchell JM, Mold JW, Pace WD, Peterson KA, Phillips RL, Post R, Puro J, Raddock M, Simkus R, Waldren SE. Electronic Health Record Functionality Needed to Better Support Primary Care. Journal of the American Informatics Association JAMIA 2014; January: 1-8.
  5. Electronic health record functionality needed to better support primary care. Krist AH, Beasley JW, Crosson JC, Kibbe DC, Klinkman MS, Lehmann CU, Fox CH, Mitchell JM, Mold JW, Pace WD, Peterson KA, Phillips RL, Post R, Puro J, Raddock M, Simkus R, Waldren SE. J Am Med Inform Assoc 2014;21:764-771 Published Online First: 15 January 2014 doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2013-002229
  6. WS32 I-PrACTISE: How Industrial and Systems Engineering Can Improve Primary Care. A Workshop at the NAPCRG Annual Meeting, November 24, 2014. Presenters: John W. Beasley; Erkin Otles; Tosha B. Wetterneck
  7. Krist AH, Green LA, Phillips RL, Beasley JW, DeVoe JE, Klinkman MS, Hughes J, Puro J, Fox CH, Burkick T. Health information technology needs help from primary care researchers. J Am Board Fam Med 2015 May/June; 28:306-310.