Hardeep Singh
Hardeep Singh
Professor, Baylor College of Medicine and Chief, Health Policy, Quality, and Informatics Program
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Missed and delayed diagnosis of dementia in primary care: prevalence and contributing factors
A Bradford, ME Kunik, P Schulz, SP Williams, H Singh
Alzheimer Disease & Associated Disorders 23 (4), 306-314, 2009
A new socio-technical model for studying health information technology in complex adaptive healthcare systems
DF Sittig, H Singh
Cognitive Informatics for Biomedicine: Human Computer Interaction in …, 2015
The frequency of diagnostic errors in outpatient care: estimations from three large observational studies involving US adult populations
H Singh, AND Meyer, EJ Thomas
BMJ quality & safety 23 (9), 727-731, 2014
Types and origins of diagnostic errors in primary care settings
H Singh, TD Giardina, AND Meyer, SN Forjuoh, MD Reis, EJ Thomas
JAMA internal medicine 173 (6), 418-425, 2013
Medical errors involving trainees: a study of closed malpractice claims from 5 insurers
H Singh, EJ Thomas, LA Petersen, DM Studdert
Archives of internal medicine 167 (19), 2030-2036, 2007
Cognitive interventions to reduce diagnostic error: a narrative review
ML Graber, S Kissam, VL Payne, AND Meyer, A Sorensen, N Lenfestey, ...
BMJ quality & safety 21 (7), 535-557, 2012
Two Decades Since To Err Is Human: An Assessment Of Progress And Emerging Priorities In Patient Safety
DW Bates, H Singh
Health Affairs 37 (11), 1736-1743, 2018
The global burden of diagnostic errors in primary care
H Singh, GD Schiff, ML Graber, I Onakpoya, MJ Thompson
BMJ quality & safety 26 (6), 484-494, 2017
Electronic health records and national patient-safety goals
DF Sittig, H Singh
The New England journal of medicine 367 (19), 1854, 2012
Physicians’ diagnostic accuracy, confidence, and resource requests: a vignette study
AND Meyer, VL Payne, DW Meeks, R Rao, H Singh
JAMA internal medicine 173 (21), 1952-1958, 2013
Timely follow-up of abnormal diagnostic imaging test results in an outpatient setting: are electronic medical records achieving their potential?
H Singh, EJ Thomas, S Mani, D Sittig, H Arora, D Espadas, MM Khan, ...
Archives of internal medicine 169 (17), 1578-1586, 2009
Defining health information technology–related errors: new developments since to err is human
DF Sittig, H Singh
Archives of internal medicine 171 (14), 1281-1284, 2011
Defining and measuring diagnostic uncertainty in medicine: a systematic review
V Bhise, SS Rajan, DF Sittig, RO Morgan, P Chaudhary, H Singh
Journal of general internal medicine 33, 103-115, 2018
An analysis of electronic health record-related patient safety concerns
DW Meeks, MW Smith, L Taylor, DF Sittig, JM Scott, H Singh
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (6), 1053-1059, 2014
Information overload and missed test results in electronic health record–based settings
H Singh, C Spitzmueller, NJ Petersen, MK Sawhney, DF Sittig
JAMA internal medicine 173 (8), 702-704, 2013
Understanding diagnostic errors in medicine: a lesson from aviation
H Singh, LA Petersen, EJ Thomas
BMJ Quality & Safety 15 (3), 159-164, 2006
Reducing diagnostic errors through effective communication: harnessing the power of information technology
H Singh, AD Naik, R Rao, LA Petersen
Journal of general internal medicine 23, 489-494, 2008
Notification of abnormal lab test results in an electronic medical record: do any safety concerns remain?
H Singh, EJ Thomas, DF Sittig, L Wilson, D Espadas, MM Khan, ...
The American journal of medicine 123 (3), 238-244, 2010
Patient portals and health apps: Pitfalls, promises, and what one might learn from the other
JL Baldwin, H Singh, DF Sittig, TD Giardina
Healthcare 5 (3), 81-85, 2017
Patient access to medical records and healthcare outcomes: a systematic review
T Davis Giardina, S Menon, DE Parrish, DF Sittig, H Singh
Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 21 (4), 737-741, 2014
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