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Evaluating the accuracy of electronic pediatric drug dosing rules.
Automated adverse event detection collaborative: electronic adverse event identification, classification, and corrective actions across academic pediatric institutions.
Federating clinical data from six pediatric hospitals: process and initial results for microbiology from the PHIS+ consortium.
The Effects of Medication Alerts on Prescriber Response in a Pediatric Hospital.
Leveraging Food and Drug Administration Adverse Event Reports for the Automated Monitoring of Electronic Health Records in a Pediatric Hospital.
Federating clinical data from six pediatric hospitals: process and initial results from the PHIS+ Consortium.
Electronic health record identification of nephrotoxin exposure and associated acute kidney injury.
Automated identification of antibiotic overdoses and adverse drug events via analysis of prescribing alerts and medication administration records.
A sustained quality improvement program reduces nephrotoxic medication-associated acute kidney injury.
A Comparison of Existing Methods to Detect Weight Data Errors in a Pediatric Academic Medical Center.
Identifying Pediatric Patients at High Risk for Adverse Events in the Hospital.
Alert burden in pediatric hospitals: a cross-sectional analysis of six academic pediatric health systems using novel metrics.