Alice Chen, MD

Professor of Clinical Medicine

General Internal Medicine, General Internal Medicine ZSFG

Dr. Alice Hm Chen is deputy secretary for policy and planning and chief of clinical affairs for the California Health and Human Services Agency (CHHS). She has led the Agency’s signature health policy initiatives on affordability and access, including the Office of Health Care Affordability, generic drug manufacturing, and the Healthy California for All Commission. Since March 2020, she has been a member of the Agency’s core leadership team for COVID-19 response focused on therapeutics, data analytics, hospital surge planning, and strategic reopening.

Prior to joining CHHS, she served as chief medical officer and deputy director for the San Francisco Health Network (SFHN), where she was responsible for providing clinical and operational leadership, vision, and direction for the City’s $2 billion a year publicly funded delivery system encompassing primary, specialty, mental health, substance use, acute care, trauma, long term, jail health, and homeless health care services. She served as the executive operational sponsor for the Network’s implementation of an enterprise electronic health record, and led its work responding to value-based payments, addressing patient-level social determinants of health, and creating an integrated system of care.

Known for her work with vulnerable populations and delivery system innovations to improve access and quality of care for safety net systems, Dr. Chen was on the faculty of the University of California San Francisco (UCSF) School of Medicine for 15 years, and has published over 50 book chapters, research and peer-reviewed articles, including in the New England Journal of Medicine, JAMA and Health Affairs. She has served on the board of several non-profits and foundations, and currently serves as board president of The Health Initiative. In 2019, she was elected to the Harvard University Board of Overseers.

A graduate of Yale University, Stanford University Medical School, and the Harvard School of Public Health, Dr. Chen's training includes a primary care internal medicine residency and chief residency at Brigham and Women's Hospital. She is an alumna of the Commonwealth Fund Harvard University Fellowship in Minority Health Policy, the Soros Physician Advocacy Fellowship, the California HealthCare Foundation Leadership Program and the Aspen Institute’s Health Innovators Fellowship.

Proficient in Mandarin and Spanish, she maintains an active primary care practice at Zuckerberg San Francisco General Hospital and holds an appointment as clinical professor of medicine at UCSF.

Education
2014 - Lean Black Belt Certification, Rona Consulting Group
MPH, 2001 - Health Policy and Management, Harvard School of Public Health
2000 - Internal Medicine Chief Residency, Brigham and Women's Hospital
1999 - Internal Medicine Residency, Brigham and Women's Hospital
MD, 1996 - Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine
BS, 1990 - Environmental Biology, Yale University
Honors and Awards
  • Invited Member, Women of Impact, 2019
  • Leadership Award, San Francisco Community Clinic Consortium, 2016
  • Health Innovators Fellow, Aspen Institute, 2015
  • Safety Net Award for Using Health Information Technology to Advance Performance Improvement, National Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems, 2010
  • John F. Murray Award for academic excellence and dedication to the humanitarian mission of SFGH, University of California San Francisco SFGH Department of Medicine, 2008
  • Award for Improvement in System-Wide Care Integration, California Association of Public Hospitals and Health Systems, 2007
  • Award for Innovation in Health Care Service Delivery, San Francisco Health Plan, 2007
  • Richard J. Haber Excellence in Teaching Award, University of California San Francisco, SFGH Division of General Internal Medicine, 2006
  • Annual Service Award, Emergency Room Interpreter Law Advisory Committee, Massachusetts Department of Public Health, 2001
  • Arnold C. Dunne Award for Compassionate Patient Care, Brigham and Women's Hospital, Department of Internal Medicine, 1997
  • Dean’s Award for Excellence in Clinical Medicine, Stanford University School of Medicine, 1996
Websites
Publications
  1. DeJong C, Chen AH, Lo B. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US. 2020. PMID: 32412580


  2. Chen AH, Chin MH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health? 2019. PMID: 31728893


  3. Kanzaria HK, Niedzwiecki M, Cawley CL, Chapman C, Sabbagh SH, Riggs E, Chen AH, Martinez MX, Raven MC. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person. 2019. PMID: 31682499


  4. Tuot DS, Liddy C, Vimalananda VG, Pecina J, Murphy EJ, Keely E, Simon SR, North F, Orlander JD, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework. 2018. PMID: 30355346


  5. Ulloa JG, Russell MD, Chen AH, Tuot DS. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield. Volume 17 of Issue 1. 2017. PMID: 28645288


  6. Makaroun LK, Bowman C, Duan K, Handley N, Wheeler DJ, Pierluissi E, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems. 2017. PMID: 28239019


  7. Raven MC, Guzman D, Chen AH, Kornak J, Kushel M. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries. Volume 52 of Issue 6. 2016. PMID: 27861836


  8. Price EL, Sewell JL, Chen AH, Sarkar U. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange. Volume 42 of Issue 8. 2016. PMID: 27456415


  9. Kruger JF, Chen AH, Rybkin A, Leeds K, Guzman D, Vittinghoff E, Goldman LE. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering. 2016. PMID: 26740494


  10. Tuot DS, Leeds K, Murphy EJ, Sarkar U, Lyles CR, Mekonnen T, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations. Volume 15. 2015. PMID: 26687507


  11. Scheibe MM, Imboden JB, Schmajuk G, Margaretten M, Graf JD, Chen AH, Yelin EH, Yazdany J. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting. Volume 67 of Issue 8. 2015. PMID: 25623810


  12. Tuot DS, Murphy EJ, McCulloch CE, Leeds K, Chan E, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood. Volume 3 of Issue 4. 2015. PMID: 26699344


  13. Schwei RJ, Del Pozo S, Agger-Gupta N, Alvarado-Little W, Bagchi A, Chen AH, Diamond L, Gany F, Wong D, Jacobs EA. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study. 2015. PMID: 25816944


  14. McGeady JB, Blaschko SD, Brajtbord JS, Sewell JL, Chen AH, Breyer BN. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals 2014. PMID:


  15. Mukhtar NA, Toy BC, Burman BE, Yu A, Chen AH, Berman P, Nguyen T, Chan D, Hammer H, McCulloch CE, Khalili M. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data. 2014. PMID: 25324148


  16. Tuot DS, Sewell JL, Day L, Leeds K, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic. Volume 20 of Issue 10. 2014. PMID: 25365684


  17. Hines JZ, Sewell JL, Sehgal NL, Moriates C, Horton CK, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine. 2014. PMID: 24970279


  18. Kaplan CP, Livaudais-Toman J, Tice JA, Kerlikowske K, Gregorich SE, Pérez-Stable EJ, Pasick RJ, Chen A, Quinn J, Karliner LS. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care. Volume 23 of Issue 7. 2014. PMID: 24762560


  19. Kruger JF, Chen AH, Rybkin A, Leeds K, Frosch DL, Goldman LE. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study. 2014. PMID: 24764135


  20. Bailey SC, Wolf MS, Lopez A, Russell A, Chen AH, Schillinger D, Moy G, Sarkar U. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach. Volume 4 of Issue 1. 2014. PMID: 24413344


  21. Kruger JF, Chen AH, Rybkin A, Leeds K, Frosch DL, Goldman E. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness. 2014. PMID: 25495110


  22. Burman BE, Mukhtar NA, Toy BC, Nguyen TT, Chen AH, Yu A, Berman P, Hammer H, Chan D, McCulloch CE, Khalili M. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care. 2013. PMID: 24052195


  23. Chen AH, Murphy EJ, Yee HF. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. eReferral--a new model for integrated care. Volume 368 of Issue 26. 2013. PMID: 23802515


  24. Sewell JL, Day LW, Tuot DS, Alvarez R, Yu A, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes. Volume 126 of Issue 8. 2013. PMID: 23791206


  25. Sewell JL, Guy J, Kwon A, Chen AH, Yee HF. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations. Volume 126 of Issue 6. 2013. PMID: 23597797


  26. Dowdy D, Bishai D, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences. 2012. PMID: 23073315


  27. Chen AH, Rittenhouse D. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. The un-managed system of Medicare referrals. 2012. PMID: 22374409


  28. Bailey SC, Sarkar U, Chen AH, Schillinger D, Wolf MS. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions. Volume 27 of Issue 12. 2012. PMID: 22451015


  29. Tucker JD, Chen AH, Glass RI. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must. 2012. PMID: 22373612


  30. Bailey SC, Hasnain-Wynia R, Chen AH, Sarkar U, Schoua-Glusberg A, Lindquist LA, Schillinger D, Wolf MS. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency. Volume 23 of Issue 1. 2012. PMID: 22643463


  31. Straus SG, Chen AH, Yee H, Kushel MB, Bell DS. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care. Volume 2011. 2011. PMID: 22195195


  32. Dowdy DW, Horton CK, Lau B, Ferrer R, Chen AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices. 2011. PMID: 22655154


  33. Chen AH, Yee HF. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians". Volume 171 of Issue 1. 2011. PMID: 21220663


  34. Kim-Hwang JE, Chen AH, Bell DS, Guzman D, Yee HF, Kushel MB. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital. Volume 25 of Issue 10. 2010. PMID: 20512531


  35. Chen AH, Kushel MB, Grumbach K, Yee HF. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists. Volume 29 of Issue 5. 2010. PMID: 20439891


  36. Chen AH, Yee HF. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there. Volume 169 of Issue 11. 2009. PMID: 19506170


  37. Kim Y, Chen AH, Keith E, Yee HF, Kushel MB. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system. Volume 24 of Issue 5. 2009. PMID: 19308334


  38. Chen AH, Youdelman MK, Brooks J. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond. 2007. PMID: 17957427


  39. Karliner LS, Jacobs EA, Chen AH, Mutha S. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature. Volume 42 of Issue 2. 2007. PMID: 17362215


  40. Chen AH, Jacobs E. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Providing care to patients who speak limited English 2007. PMID:


  41. Hardt E, Jacobs EA, Chen A. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview. 2006. PMID: 16995888


  42. Grubbs V, Chen AH, Bindman AB, Vittinghoff E, Fernandez A. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting. Volume 21 of Issue 7. 2006. PMID: 16808766


  43. Chen A. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Doctoring across the language divide. 2006. PMID: 16684747


  44. Smith WR, Bussey-Jones J, Horowitz CR, Whitehurst-Cook M, Chen, AH. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities 2006. PMID:


  45. Jacobs E, Chen AH, Karliner LS, Agger-Gupta N, Mutha S. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda. Volume 84 of Issue 1. 2006. PMID: 16529570


  46. Wilson E, Chen AH, Grumbach K, Wang F, Fernandez A. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension. 2005. PMID: 16117746


  47. Jacobs EA, Chen AH, Karliner L, Fortier JP, Mutha S. An Ethical Framework for Allocating Scarce Inpatient Medications for COVID-19 in the US.., What if the Role of Healthcare Was to Maximize Health?., Frequent Emergency Department Users: Focusing Solely On Medical Utilization Misses The Whole Person.., Evaluating diverse electronic consultation programs with a common framework.., A cohort study of a general surgery electronic consultation system: safety implications and impact on surgical yield.., Specialty Care Access in the Safety Net-the Role of Public Hospitals and Health Systems.., Out-of-Network Emergency Department Use among Managed Medicaid Beneficiaries.., Minding the Gaps: Assessing Communication Outcomes of Electronic Preconsultation Exchange.., Displaying radiation exposure and cost information at order entry for outpatient diagnostic imaging: a strategy to inform clinician ordering.., Facilitators and barriers to implementing electronic referral and/or consultation systems: a qualitative study of 16 health organizations.., Efficiency Gains for Rheumatology Consultation Using a Novel Electronic Referral System in a Safety-Net Health Setting.., Leveraging an electronic referral system to build a medical neighborhood.., Changes in research on language barriers in health care since 2003: A cross-sectional review study.., Electronic Preconsultation as a Method of Quality Improvement for Urological Referrals., Assessment of HBV preventive services in a medically underserved Asian and Pacific Islander population using provider and patient data.., Increasing access to specialty care: patient discharges from a gastroenterology clinic.., "Choosing wisely" in an academic department of medicine.., A randomized, controlled trial to increase discussion of breast cancer in primary care.., Clinician perspectives on considering radiation exposure to patients when ordering imaging tests: a qualitative study.., Expanding the Universal Medication Schedule: a patient-centred approach.., Clinicians' views on displaying cost information to increase clinician cost-consciousness.., Hepatitis B management in vulnerable populations: gaps in disease monitoring and opportunities for improved care.., eReferral--a new model for integrated care.., A brief, low-cost intervention improves the quality of ambulatory gastroenterology consultation notes.., Preconsultation exchange for ambulatory hepatology consultations.., Setting clinical priorities: a framework for incorporating individual patient preferences.., The un-managed system of Medicare referrals.., Evaluation of language concordant, patient-centered drug label instructions.., Foreign language assessment and training in U.S. medical education is a must.., Developing multilingual prescription instructions for patients with limited english proficiency.., Implementation of an electronic referral system for outpatient specialty care.., Patient Follow-up in an Urban Resident Continuity Clinic: An Initiative to Improve Scheduling Practices.., Improving primary care-specialty care communication: lessons from San Francisco's safety net: comment on "Referral and consultation communication between primary care and specialist physicians".., Evaluating electronic referrals for specialty care at a public hospital.., Practice profile. A safety-net system gains efficiencies through 'eReferrals' to specialists.., Improving the primary care-specialty care interface: getting from here to there.., Not perfect, but better: primary care providers' experiences with electronic referrals in a safety net health system.., The legal framework for language access in healthcare settings: Title VI and beyond.., Do professional interpreters improve clinical care for patients with limited English proficiency? A systematic review of the literature.., Providing care to patients who speak limited English., Insights into the problems that language barriers may pose for the medical interview.., Effect of awareness of language law on language access in the health care setting.., Doctoring across the language divide.., Case studies in multicultural medicine and health disparities., The need for more research on language barriers in health care: a proposed research agenda.., Effects of limited English proficiency and physician language on health care comprehension.., Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services., Literacy and language: disentangling measures of access, utilization, and quality.., Reasons for outpatient referrals from generalists to specialists.., Airway reactivity in welders: a controlled prospective cohort study.., Gender-associated differences in emergency department pain management.. Legal and regulatory obligations to provide culturally and linguistically appropriate emergency department services 2004. PMID:


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