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OUTCOMES

Andrusko-Furphy KT, Warren MN. Data re-use: An efficient solution for outcomes data collection. 1997;3(8):22-6.

Andrusko-Furphy K, Warren MN. Data required : Providers must prove their quality. 1998;4(8):31-36.

Andrusko-Furphy KT and Arnold C. Outcomes: Burden, benefit, or bust? 2000;6(7):45-50.

Barrell JM. ORYX: Outcomes measurement and accreditation. 1998;4(8):37-39.

Barrell JM. Apples to apples: The complexities of health care outcomes reporting. 2000;6(7):15-24.

Borfitz D. Outcomes reporting: Providers urged to cover all bases. 1998;4(8):40-44.

Borfitz D. Improving performance with outcomes. 1999;5(10):38-40.

Borfitz D. Home health care agency quagmire offers lessons for home infusion. 1999;5(10):35-37.

Britton K, Powers T, Gordon A. Home antimicrobial therapy: A study of demographics and clinical outcomes. 1997;3(8):28-33.

Cain D. Outcomes: Are they worth it? 1997;3(8):35-7.

Chevereau N, Anthony PS, and Kessinger K. Managing hyperemesis gravidarum with home parenteral nutrition: Treatment parameters and clinical outcomes. 1999;5(8):22-28.

Chielli JJ. The coming of the information age. 1997;3(10):24.30.

Counce J. What’s Down the Road?  Reflecting upon hospital-based lessons-learned to enhance alternate-site performance improvement approaches and industry-wide benchmarking. 2011; 17(2):16-21.

Counce J. Home infusion providers empowered by participating in national patient registry. 2012; 18(5):30-1.

Counce J and Sullivan C. Data lessons from the leading edge: Scanning today's measures across the health care continuum to examine what could be in store for our alternate-site future. 2015;21(4):21-25.

Counce J. Putting NHIA's data definitions to work: Insights from early adopters. 2016;22(4):27-33.

Dobies C. Outcomes programs: They're not just for JACHO anymore. 1998;4(11):30-33.

Doyen C, Prosch J, Taylor C, Whitley C, Sorgen P, and Ulz J. Measuring the impact of home infusion on patient outcomes and quality of life. 2014;20(3):46-52.

Engen M and Leone M. A closer look at catheter flushing protocols: Further defining evidence-based practice for the home setting. 2015;21(4):33-40.

Everard LJ. The cost of outcomes: A new paradox. 1997;3(10):41-2.

Ferris R. Pharmacoeconomics: Principals of balance. 1998;4(11):39-42.

Guenter P, Robinson L, et al. Collecting patient-specific data to improve health are outcomes—A.S.P.E.N's Sustain home parenteral nutrition registry. 2012; 18(5):27-30.

Hadaway LC. Vascular access in home care: 1998 update. 1998;5(1):20-40.

Hadaway L. Evolving clinical practice: CDC releases new guidelines for reducing catheter-related infections.  2003;9(1):16-22.

Hasan A. Reducing Adverse Reactions in Home IVIG Administration—Large Study Shows Clinical Protocols Affect Outcomes. 2012; 18(2):16-20.

Kaplan LK. Taking the long view. 1998;4(8):45-47

Kaplan LK. Is there a difference in the data? Surveying standardization in performance measurement. 2000;6(7):36-9.

Kramer N. Yes, It Makes Sense—But Can You Prove It? 2012; 18(4):21-4.

Kramer N. Making the case for patient care decisions—evidence-based health care in home infusion. 2012; 18(5):12-16.

Kramer N. Monitoring central line-associated bloodstream infections (CLABSI) in home Infusion: Preparing for industry-wide benchmarking. 2016;22(4):35-44.

Lyons M and Phalen A. An evidentiary review of flushing protocols in home care patients with peripherally inserted central catheters. 2012; 18(5):32-44.

Martaus H, Okress L, Schaffer C, Srp F. Clinical outcomes: Reducing cost, increasing quality and proving value. 1997:3(8):19-21.

McCann BA. Outcomes: In the end, does it really matter? 1996;2(8):29-32.

Micheletti JA, Shlala TJ. Integrated clinical delivery and resource management. 1994;1(2):34-39.

Panella-Spangler P, Sorenson KA. Take your PICC. 1997;3(8):14-7.

Poole SM, Vasilios NV. Outcomes measurements: Making sense of the data. 1998;4(8):25-28.

Poole SM, Nowobilski-Vasilios A. To push or not to push: Issues and controversies in IV push and administration of anti-infectives in home care. 1999;5(9):52-55.

Rogers L, Olson CM. Integrating Outcomes monitoring with performance improvement. 1996;2(8):54-59.

Rosenblum B, Johann J, Bulich R. Designing your outcomes program-and demonstrating the results. 1996;2(8):34-38.

Schabert VF. Keeping a bird in hand: A business perspective on managing for unscheduled hospitalizations in home infusion. 2003;9(6):28-33.

Schmit C. The unintended effects of ORYX. 1998;5(2):29-32.

Souza J. Outcomes development: Key issues in collecting and managing data. 1996;2(8):48-52.

Sullivan S. Creating and defining value through data: Utilization, quality outcomes, and benchmarking. 2012; 18(5):18-24.

Sullivan C. Now open for stakeholder comment: Revised definitions for patient outcomes. 2015;21(4):26-31.

Sullivan C. A Way Forward—Your Feedback is Driving Our Progress. INFUSION.2015;21(6):16-17.

Sullivan C. Value-based purchasing: The next stage in the evolution of health care delivery. 2016;22(4):20-24.

Tanguay P. Key indicator reporting. 1994;1(1):26-28.

Tough questions about ORYX: Is ORYX a four-letter word? 1998;5(2):18-27.

Tice AD, Schleis TG, Nolet B, Hoaglund P, Kunkel M, and Page US. Outcomes registry for outpatient IV antimicrobial therapy. 2000;6(7):27-35.

Warren MW, Andrusko-Furphy KT. OASIS and home infusion: Measurement or mirage? 1999;5(8):38-43.

Williams TD. Clinical automation: Providers react to the need for more patient data. 1999;5(5):11-16.

Winkler MF, Watkins CK, Albina JE. The road home: Transitioning the nutrition support patient from hospital to home. 1998;4(7):38-44. Zimay D and Erickson K. Pediatric patients with immune disorders: Utilization patterns and clinical Zimay D, McBride L, and Westrich T. Outcomes management from a national provider's perspective. 1999;5(8):34-37.