Technological Factors Implementing Informatics Support Tools for RIOS Net, an AHRQ Practice-Based Research Network
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The Research Involving Outpatient Settings (RIOS) Network is an AHRQ Practice-Based Research Network in New Mexico composed of clinicians practicing in Community Health Centers, Indian Health Service/Tribal facilities, and University of New Mexico academic settings. We are creating a standardized term-based research data repository to support all RIOS Net research projects and to support future research/data-mining of the accumulated data. Because many of the networks 200+ members are located in extremely remote areas, access to the internet or even basic computer equipment is often very limited. Therefore, we are evaluating the use of adaptive turn-a-round documents as a strategy for automating data collection.'
systems management, computer standards, database, Practice based research network, Research Network, research database
Integrated Advanced Information Management Systems Consortium
Kroth, Philip J. and Holly Shipp Buchanan. "Technological Factors Implementing Informatics Support Tools for RIOS Net, an AHRQ Practice-Based Research Network." (2005). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hslic-posters-presentations/26
Abstract and poster as presented at the Integrated Advanced Information Management Systems Consortium Annual Meeting, April 9-10, 2005, Boston, MA.