Implementing standardized provider documentation in a tertiary epilepsy clinic: supplemental material

Felipe J.S. Jones, Jason R. Smith, Neishay Ayub, Susan T. Herman, Jeffrey R. Buchhalter, Brandy E. Fureman, Sydney S. Cash, Daniel B. Hoch & Lidia M.V.R. Moura
Objective: To incorporate standardized documentation into an epilepsy clinic and use these standardized data to compare patients’ perception of epilepsy diagnosis to provider documentation. Methods: Using quality improvement methodology, we implemented interventions to increase documentation of epilepsy diagnosis, seizure frequency and type from 49.8% to 70% of adult non-employee patients seen by six providers over five months of routine clinical care. The main intervention consisted of an interactive SmartPhrase that mirrored a documentation template developed...
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