Clin Pediatr (Phila) volume 58, issue 14, P1528-1533 2019 DOI: 10.1177/0009922819884403 View full text
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Carole H. Stipelman, Gregory J. Stoddard, Elizabeth R. Smith, Jamie J. Bell, Vasee Sivaloganathan, Diane Liu, Jennifer A. Goldman-Luthy, Quang-Tuyen Nguyen, Andrea Rivero, Jennifer R. Burgi, Paul C. Young

Abstract: We performed a quality improvement intervention to increase universal lipid screening in well-child visits (age 9 to 11 years): 12-month preintervention; phase 1 (8 months) with provider education, group monthly chart review with feedback, and electronic health record cues to order lipids; and phase 2 (16 months) with electronic health record cues and examination room phlebotomy. Outcomes were compared with clinics having no intervention. In phase 1, immediate treatment effect on the regression line for provi…

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