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David Brick

Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Pediatrics

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Differences in coder and physician perspectives on the transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS: A survey study
Butz, Jenna; Brick, David; Rinehart-Thompson, Laurie A; Brodnik, Melanie; Agnew, Amanda M; Patterson, Emily S. Differences in coder and physician perspectives on the transition to ICD-10-CM/PCS: A survey study. Health policy & technology. 2016 SEP;5(3):251-259 (2275462)

Changes in medical errors with a handoff program
Colligan, Lacey; Brick, David; Patterson, Emily S. Changes in medical errors with a handoff program [Letter]. New England journal of medicine. 2015 Jan 29;372(5):490-490 (1477582)

Improving Clinical Workflow in Ambulatory Care: Implemented Recommendations in an Innovation Prototype for the Veteran's Health Administration
Patterson, Emily S; Lowry, Svetlana Z; Ramaiah, Mala; Gibbons, Michael C; Brick, David; Calco, Robert; Matton, Greg; Miller, Anne; Makar, Ellen; Ferrer, Jorge A. Improving Clinical Workflow in Ambulatory Care: Implemented Recommendations in an Innovation Prototype for the Veteran's Health Administration. EGEMS. 2015 Jul 9;3(2):1149-1149 (1732412)

Integrating electronic health records into clinical workflow : an application of human factors modeling methods to ambulatory care
Lowry, Sventlana Z; Ramaiah, Mala; Patterson, Emily S; Brick, David; Gurses, Ayse P; Ozok, Ant; Simmons, Debora; Gibbons, Michael. Integrating electronic health records into clinical workflow : an application of human factors modeling methods to ambulatory care. [S.l. : s.n.], 2014 (NISTIR 7988) 46 pages (1032702)

Enhancing electronic health record usability in pediatric patient care: a scenario-based approach
Patterson, Emily S; Zhang, Jiajie; Abbott, Patricia; Gibbons, Michael C; Lowry, Svetlana Z; Quinn, Matthew T; Ramaiah, Mala; Brick, David. Enhancing electronic health record usability in pediatric patient care: a scenario-based approach. Joint Commission journal on quality & patient safety. 2013 Mar ;39(3):129-135 (857892)