PROTOCOL NIDA-CTN-0076-Ot


Clinical Decision Support for Opioid Use Disorders in Medical Settings: Pilot Usability Testing in an EMR (COMPUTE)

Gavin Bart, MD, PhD
Co-Lead Investigator

Minneapolis Medical Research Foundation
Hennepin County Medical Center
bartx005@umn.edu

Rebecca Rossom, MD, MS
Co-Lead Investigator

HealthPartners Institute for Education & Research
Rebecca.C.Rossom@HealthPartners.com

The primary objective of this 2 year pilot study is to program opioid use disorder (OUD) clinical decision support (CDS) for use in an electronic medical record (EMR). The secondary objectives of this pilot study are to: 1) evaluate feasibility, usability, and acceptability with buprenorphine prescribing primary care providers during a 6-month pilot phase and 2) assess changes in readiness to identify and manage OUD, provider satisfaction with OUD CDS, and usage.

 


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