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Use of behavioral economics and social psychology to improve treatment of acute respiratory infections (BEARI): rationale and design of a cluster randomized controlled trial [1RC4AG039115-01] - study protocol and baseline practice and provider characteristics

Creator: Persell, Stephen D, Friedberg, Mark W, Meeker, Daniella, Linder, Jeffrey A, Fox, Craig R, Goldstein, Noah J, Shah, Parth D, Knight, Tara K, Doctor, Jason N

Abstract Background Inappropriate antibiotic prescribing for nonbacterial infections leads to increases in the costs of care, antibiotic resistance among bacteria, and adverse drug events. Acute respiratory infections (ARIs) are the most common (more)

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Date Deposited: 2016-07-15

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Additional file 1: List of Supplemental Materials.

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Additional file 2: Appendix E New DX code set definitions.

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Figure 1 Work flow schema for the 3 electronic health records used

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