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Annals of Internal Medicine

Annals Supplement From the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program

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Annals of Internal Medicine
Annals
Supplement From the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation Clinical Scholars Program
18 November 2014, Vol. 161. No. 10_Supplement

From the Editor's Introduction:

Since its inception in 1972, the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation (RWJF) Clinical Scholars Program has contributed enormously to our understanding of quality and high-value health care. This electronic supplement highlights work by current and former Clinical Scholars that describes low-cost system-level or community-partnered health care innovations that hold promise to improve quality of care. This is a particularly appropriate time to celebrate the work of the program because the RWJF will be concluding it in 2017 as the foundation's priorities shift to supporting the development of leaders for the transformation to a Culture of Health.

The RWJF Human Capital Blog includes a great piece on this special issue: http://www.rwjf.org/en/blogs/human-capital-blog.html


Carol M. Mangione, MD, MSPH

40 Years of Training Physician-Scientists: A Journey From Clinical Pearls to Evidence-Based Practice and Policies

Carol M. Mangione, MD, MSPH (UCLA CSP Co-director); and Lee Goldman, MD, MPH

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Brian Yoshio Laing, MD, MPH


Effectiveness of a Smartphone Application for Weight Loss Compared With Usual Care in Overweight Primary Care Patients: A Randomized, Controlled Trial


Brian Yoshio Laing, MD, MPH; Carol M. Mangione, MD, MSPH (UCLA CSP Co-director); Chi-Hong Tseng, PhD; Mei Leng, MD, MS; Ekaterina Vaisberg, BS; Megha Mahida, BS; Michelle Bholat, MD, MPH; Eve Glazier, MD; Donald E. Morisky, MSPH, ScD; and Douglas S. Bell, MD, PhD

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Michele Heisler, MD, MPA


Comparison of Community Health Worker–Led Diabetes Medication Decision-Making Support for Low-Income Latino and African American Adults With Diabetes Using E-Health Tools Versus Print Materials: A Randomized, Controlled Trial


Michele Heisler, MD, MPA (Michigan VA CSP 00-02); Hwajung Choi, PhD; Gloria Palmisano, BA; Rebecca Mase, MSW; Caroline Richardson, MD (Michigan CSP 99-01); Angela Fagerlin, PhD; Victor M. Montori, MD, MSc; Michael Spencer, MSW, PhD; and Lawrence C. An, MD (Michigan VA CSP 95-97)

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Bowen Chung, MD, MSHS


12-Month Outcomes of Community Engagement Versus Technical Assistance to Implement Depression Collaborative Care: A Partnered, Cluster, Randomized, Comparative Effectiveness Trial

Bowen Chung, MD, MSHS (UCLA CSP 03-05)
; Michael Ong, MD, PhD; Susan L. Ettner, PhD; Felica Jones, AA; James Gilmore, MBA; Michael McCreary, MPP; Cathy Sherbourne, PhD; Victoria Ngo, PhD; Paul Koegel, PhD; Lingqi Tang, PhD; Elizabeth Dixon, PhD; Jeanne Miranda, PhD; Thomas R. Belin, PhD; and Kenneth B. Wells, MD, MPH (UCLA CSP 77-80)

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Jeffrey T. Kullgren, MD, MS, MPH


Financial Incentives for Completion of Fecal Occult Blood Tests Among Veterans: A 2-Stage, Pragmatic, Cluster, Randomized, Controlled Trial


Jeffrey T. Kullgren, MD, MS, MPH
(Penn VA CSP 09-11); Tanisha N.
Dicks, MBA; Xiaoying Fu, PhD; Diane Richardson, PhD; George L. Tzanis, MD; Martin Tobi, MB, ChB; and Steven C. Marcus, PhD

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Mitesh S. Patel, MD, MBA, MS


Using Default Options Within the Electronic Health Record to Increase the Prescribing of Generic-Equivalent Medications: A Quasi-experimental Study


Mitesh S. Patel, MD, MBA, MS (Penn CSP 12-14); Susan Day, MD, MPH; Dylan S. Small, PhD; John T. Howell III, MD; Gillian L. Lautenbach, MD; Eliot H. Nierman, MD; and Kevin G. Volpp, MD, PhD

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Todd C. Lee, MD, MPH


Antibiotic Self-stewardship: Trainee-Led Structured Antibiotic Time-outs to Improve Antimicrobial Use


Todd C. Lee, MD, MPH; Charles Frenette, MD; Dev Jayaraman, MD, MPH; Laurence Green, MD; and Louise Pilote MD, MPH, PhD (UCSF CSP 90-92)

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Lindsay E. Jubelt, MD, MS


Patient Ratings of Case Managers in a Medical Home: Associations With Patient Satisfaction and Health Care Utilization


Lindsay E. Jubelt, MD, MS (Penn VA CSP 11-13); Jove Graham, PhD; Daniel D. Maeng, PhD; Huilin Li, PhD; Andrew J. Epstein, PhD, MPP; and Joshua P. Metlay, MD, PhD

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Leora I. Horwitz, MD, MHS


Development and Use of an Administrative Claims Measure for Profiling Hospital-wide Performance on 30-Day Unplanned Readmission

Leora I. Horwitz, MD, MHS (Yale VA CSP 04-06); ; Chohreh Partovian, MD, PhD; Zhenqiu Lin, PhD; Jacqueline N. Grady, MS; Jeph Herrin, PhD; Mitchell Conover, BA; Julia Montague, MPH; Chloe Dillaway, BA; Kathleen Bartczak, BA; Lisa G. Suter, MD (Yale VA CSP 03-05); Joseph S. Ross, MD, MHS (Yale CSP 04-06); Susannah M. Bernheim, MD, MHS (Yale CSP 04-06); Harlan M. Krumholz, MD, SM (Director YALE CSP); and Elizabeth E. Drye, MD, S

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Arjun Venkatesh, MD, MBA, MHS


Opportunities for Quality Measurement to Improve the Value of Care for Patients With Multiple Chronic Conditions


Arjun Venkatesh MD, MBA, MHS (Yale CSP 12-14); Kate Goodrich MD, MHS (Yale CSP 08-10) ; Patrick H. Conway MD, MSc (Penn CSP 05-07)

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