COPD Primary Care: Providing a Clinically Relevant Picture for Clinicians

A. Kaplan* (Corresponding Author), A. Aranda, V. Carter, K.-L. Chang, C. Edwards, C. Fox, M. Han, J. W. H. Kocks, C. Mahle, B. Make, A. Shaikh, N. Skolnik, W. Pace, B. Yawn, G. Gopalan, D. B. Price

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INTRODUCTION: Electronic Health Records (EHR) are key to the provision of COPD primary care across the United States (US). However, COPD data are often incomplete and can be difficult to access. There is a need to present primary care clinicians with relevant COPD data in a well-structured format at the point of care. The Advancing the Patient Experience in COPD (APEX COPD) initiative will integrate EHR data with patient-reported outcomes and information, and present structured and clinically relevant information to clinicians at the point of care to better inform clinical decision making.
Original languageEnglish
Publication statusAccepted/In press - 19 Mar 2020
EventRespiratory Effectiveness Group Summit 2020 -
Duration: 19 Mar 202021 Mar 2020


ConferenceRespiratory Effectiveness Group Summit 2020

Bibliographical note

Funding source (if applicable): Optimum Patient Care Global and Boehringer Ingelheim Pharmaceuticals, Inc.


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