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Jim Warren

Updated 01 December 2014 by Research Admin


originally posted by Research Admin on 13 May 2010 and updated 1 December 2014


University of Auckland

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New Zealand

Research Abstracts


Cardiovascular disease risk management for Māori in New Zealand general practice

Consumer health information needs: Role of patient portals

Developing high risk clusters for chronic disease events with Classification Association Rule Mining

Measuring service utilisation impact of the Shared Care Planning Programme

Prescription patterns for Pacific patients with poor cardiovascular disease medication supply


Gender differences in cardiovascular disease risk management for Pacific Islanders in primary care

Measuring service utilisation impact of the Shared Care Planning Programme

The eCHAT program to facilitate healthy changes in New Zealand primary care

The role of electronic medical records in the identification of suboptimal prescribing for hypertension management: An opportunity in unchanged therapy

eCHAT for lifestyle and mental health screening in primary care


Achieving acceptable structured eReferral forms

An innovative approach to shared care – New Zealand pilot study of a technology-enabled national shared care planning programme

Approach to health innovation projects- Learnings from eReferrals

Electronic referrals: What matters to the users

The Caring Does Matter (CDM) Initiative: To improve cardiovascular medication adherence in Pacific people

Using the general practice EMR for improving blood pressure medication adherence


Evaluating NZ Health Innovation Projects: eReferral evaluation findings for Hutt Valley District Health Board

Evaluating NZ Health Innovation Projects: eReferrals Evaluation

Formal-transfer in and out of stroke care units: An analysis using Bayesian networks

Insights from an iBleep trial: Understanding the implications

National Shared Care Planning Programme (NSCPP) evaluation: Findings for Phase 0 & Phase 1

National eReferral Evaluation: Findings for the Canterbury Initiative

National eReferral evaluation: Findings for Northland District Health Board

Prescribing history to identify candidates for chronic condition medication adherence promotion

The quality of electronic discharge summaries for post-discharge care: Hospital panel assessment and IT to support improvement


ChronoMedIt - a computational quality audit framework for better management of patients with chronic conditions

Implementations of health information technologies with consumers as users - Findings from a systematic review

Perspectives on adherence to blood pressure–lowering medications among Samoan patients: Qualitative interviews

Quality indicators to measure blood pressure management over a time interval

The quality of electronic discharge summaries for post-discharge care - Hospital panel assessment and IT to support improvement

Use of interval based quality indicators in blood pressure management to enhance quality of pay for performance incentives: Comparison to two indicators from the Quality and Outcomes Framework


A computational framework to identify patients with poor adherence to blood pressure lowering medication

An ontology-based approach to enhance querying capabilities of general practice medicine for better management of hypertension

What can primary care prescribing data tell us about individual adherence to long-term medication? - Comparison to pharmacy dispensing data

eHealth systematic literature review: Final report


Utilising practice management system data for quality improvement in use of blood pressure lowering medications in general practice


The TAR model: Use of therapeutic state transitions for quality assurance reporting in chronic disease management


IT- empowered consumers and advocates for chronic disease management