Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET Series: Research & EHR Synergy Speakers: Isomi Miake-Lye, PhD; Michael Weiner, MD, MPH Description: This session will provide an overview of the evidence on transitions from one electronic health record system to another. Implications for the VA implementation of Cerner Millennium will be discussed. Register to attend Evidence …
Time: 1:00 PM to 2:00 PM ET Series: VIReC Database and Methods Seminar Speakers: Bonnie Paris, PhD; Josh Thorpe Register to attend VA Pharmacy Data
Time: 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM ET Series: Using Data and Information Systems in Partnered Research Speakers: Evelyn Chang, MD, MSHS; Rebecca Oberman, MSW, MPH; Adam Resnick, MPH; Shawn Toy, PharmD Register to attend Increasing Access to Medication-Assisted Treatment in VISN 22: Using VA Data to Guide Implementation
As part of it’s Whole Health model, the VA has established the following six points for safe and effective pain care.
Chronic pain is more common in Veterans than in the non-veteran U.S. population, more often severe and in the context of comorbidities. The comprehensive OSI strategy includes education of providers and expanded access to non-pharmacological treatment options.
There are critical unanswered questions surrounding best practices for addressing chronic back pain in the veteran population. This pragmatic trial compares the effectiveness of two nonpharmacological care pathways and seeks to improve access to recommended therapies, minimize utilization of higher-risk treatments such as opioids and surgery, and optimize long-term outcomes for reduced pain.
Steven George, PT, PhD and Susan Nicole Hastings, MD
Twelve research projects will focus on developing, implementing, and testing cost-effective, large-scale, real-world research on non-drug approaches for pain management.