eGEMS Call for Papers: Improving User Interface To Improve Patient Outcomes
AHRQ and the Electronic Data Methods Forum have issued a call for papers for a special issue of Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes (eGEMs) titled “Evidence into Action: Improving User Interface to Improve Patient Outcomes.” Authors are encouraged to submit papers that examine conceptual models for development of user-friendly health information technology interfaces, innovative methods for usability testing and results of pilot or usability testing that demonstrate improved process outcomes. eGEMs is an open-access journal focused on using electronic clinical data to advance research and quality improvement, with the overall goal of improving patient and community outcomes. eGEMs facilitates the rapid dissemination of lessons learned from using electronic health data to advance research and quality improvement. eGEMs papers share important stories and strategies from the cutting edge of health information technology. The call for papersdeadline is September 30.