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  • Bowles, Kathryn, in press
    Murtaugh, C., Deb, P., Zhu, C., Peng, T., Barron, Y., Shah, S., Moore, S., Bowles, K., Kalman, J., Feldman, P., & Siu, A. (in press). Effectiveness of early and intensive home health nursing care and physician follow-up in reducing heart failure patient readmissions. Health Services Research, .
  • Bowles, Kathryn, in press
    Bowles, K.H., Ratcliffe, S., Potashnik, S., Topaz, M., Holmes, J., Shih, N-W., & Naylor, M.D. (in press). H3IT special topic: Using electronic case summaries to elicit multi-disciplinary expert knowledge about referrals to post-acute care. Applied Clinical Informatics, .
  • Bowles, Kathryn, in press
    Sockolow, P.S., Lehman, H., Bowles, K.H., Weiner, J (in press). Evaluation of the Impact of an electronic Health Record on Patient Outcomes at a Nurse-Managed Day Care Facility. Applied Clinical Informatics, .
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016
    Sefcik, J.S., Nock, R.H., Flores, E.J., Chase, J.D., Bradway, C., Potashnik, S., & Bowles, K.H. (2016). Patient preferences for information on post-acute care services. Research in Gerontological Nursing, Published online 1/22/2016, 42377.10.3928/19404921-20160120-01
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  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016
    Naylor, M.D., Hirschman, K., Hanlon, A., Bowles, K.H., Bradway, C., McCauley, K.M., & Pauly, MV (2016). Effects of alternative interventions among hospitalized cognitively impaired older adults. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research, 5(3), 259-272.10.2217/cer-2015-0009
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016
    Naylor, M.D., Hirschman, K.B., Hanlon, A.L., Abbott, K.M., Bowles, K.H., Foust, J., . . .Zubritsky, C. (2016). Factors associated with changes in perceived quality of life among elderly recipients of long-term services and supports. Journal of American Medical Directors Association, 17(1), 44-52.10.1016/j.jamda.2015.07.019
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016
    Diamond, E.L., Russell, D., Kryza-Lacombe, M., Bowles, K.H., Applebaum, A.J., Dennis, J., . . . Prigerson, H.G. (2016). Rates and risks for late referral to hospice in patients with primary malignant brain tumors. Neuro-Oncology, 18(10), 78-86.10.1093/neuonc/nov156
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016
    Ahmad, F.S., Barg, F.K., Bowles, K.H., Alexander, M., Goldberg, L.R., French, B., ...Kimmel, S.E. (2016). Comparing perspectives of patients, caregivers, and clinicians on heart failure management. Journal of Cardiac Failure, 22(3), 210-217.10.1016/j.cardfail.2015.10.011
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016

    Zubritsky, C., Abbott, K., Hirschman, K.B., Hanlon, A., Bowles, K.H., & Naylor, M.D. (2016). Changes over time in emotional status among older adults new to receiving long-term services and supports. Journal of Best Practices in Mental Health, 12(2), 63-80.

  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2016
    Kang, Y., McHugh, M.D., Chittams, J., & Bowles, K.H. (2016). Utilizing home healthcare electronic health records for telehomecare patients with heart failure: A decision tree approach to detect associations with rehospitalizations. Computers Informatics Nursing (CIN), 34(4), 175-182.10.1097/CIN.0000000000000223
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2015
    Bowles, K.H., Chittams, J., Heil, E., Topaz, M., Rickard K., Bhasker, M., ... Hanlon, A. (2015). Successful electronic implementation of discharge referral decision support has a positive impact on 30 and 60-day readmissions. Research in Nursing and Health Care, 38(2), 102-114.10.1002/nur.21643
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2015

    Best, K.M., Jarrin, O., Buttenheim, A.M., Bowles, K.H., & Curley, M.A. (2015). Innovation in creating a strategic plan for research within an academic community. Nursing Outlook, 63(4), 456-461.10.1016/j.outlook.2015.01.005

  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2015
    Topaz, M., Kang, Y, Holland, D., Ohta, B., Rickard, K., & Bowles, K.H. (2015). Higher 30 day and 60 day readmissions among patients who refuse post-acute care services. American Journal of Managed Care, 21(6), 78-86.
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2015
    Bowles, K.H., Dykes, P., & Demiris, G. (2015). The use of health information technology to improve care and outcomes for older adults. Research in Gerontological Nursing, 8(1), 42500.10.3928/19404921-20121222-01
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Sockolow, P.S., Bowles, K.H., Rogers, M., Adelsberer, M.C., Chittams, J.L., & Liao, C. (2014). Opportunities in interdisciplinary care team adoption of electronic point-of-care documentation systems. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 201, 371-379.10.3233/978-1-61499-415-2-371
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Bowles, K.H., & Heil, E. (2014). From unmet clinical need to entrepreneurship: Taking your informatics solution to market. Studies in Health Technology & Informatics, 201, 315-302.10.3233/978-1-61499-415-2-315
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    O�Connor, M., Bowles, K. H., Feldman, P. H., St. Pierre, M., Jarrin, O., Shah, S., & Murtaugh, C. (2014). Frontloading and intensity of skilled home health visits: A state of the science. Home Health Care Services Quarterly , 33(3), 159-175.10.1080/01621424.2014.931768
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Naylor, M.D., Hirschman, K.B., Hanlon, A.L., Bowles, K.B., Bradway, C., McCauley, K.M., & Pauly, M.V. (2014). Comparison of evidence-based interventions on outcomes of hospitalized, cognitively impaired older adults. Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research, 3(3), 245-257.10.2217/cer.14.14
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Bowles, K.H., Latimer, G., Wesorick, B., Gelinas, L., Molkina, D. (2014). Lessons learned and barriers discussed by beacon communities as they aim to improve health outcomes through health information technology: An interview by the Informatics and Technology Expert Panel. Computers Informatics Nursing (CIN), 32 (4), 153-155.10.1097/CIN.0000000000000065
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Sockolow PS, Bowles KH, Adelsberger MC, Chittams JL, Liao C. (2014). Impact of homecare electronic health record on timeliness of clinical documentation, reimbursement, and patient outcomes. Applied Clinical Informatics, 5(2), 445-462.http://dx.doi.org/10.4338/ACI-2013-12-RA-0106
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Bowles, K.H. (2014). Developing Evidence-Based Tools from EHR Data. Nursing Management, 45(4), 18-20.10.1097/01.NUMA.0000444881.93063.7c
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    O’Connor, M., Hanlon, A. L., & Bowles, K. H. (2014). Impact of frontloading of skilled nursing visits on the incidence of 30-day hospital readmission. Geriatric Nursing, 35 (2 suppl), S37-44.10.1016/j.gerinurse.2014.02.018
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Holland, D.E., Vanderboom, C.E., Ingram, C.J., Dose, A.M., Borkenhagan, L.S., Skadahl, P., Pacyna, J., Austin, C.M., Bowles, K.H. (2014). The feasibility of using technology to enhance the transition of palliative care for rural patients. Computers Informatics Nursing (CIN), 32(6), 257-266.10.1097/CIN.0000000000000066
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Zega, M., D’Agostino, F., Bowles, K.H., De Marinis, M.G., Rocco, G., Vellone, E., Alvaro, R. (2014). Development and validation of a computerized assessment form to support nursing diagnosis. International Journal of Nursing Knowledge, 25(1), 22-29.10.1111/2047-3095.12008
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Sockolow, PS, Rogers, M, Bowles, KH, Hand, KE, George, J (2014). Challenges and facilitators to nurse use of a guideline-based nursing information system: Recommendations for nurse executives. Applied Nursing Research, 27(1), 25-32.10.1016/j.apnr.2013.10.005
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Topaz, M., Golfinshtine, N., & Bowles, K. (2014). The Omaha System: A systematic literature review of the recent literature. Journal of American Medical Informatics Association, 21(1), 163-170.10.1136/amiajnl-2012-001491
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2014
    Bowles, K.H., Hanlon, A.L., Holland, D.E., Potashnik, S., Topaz, M. (2014). Impact of discharge planning decision support on time to readmission among older adult medical patients. Professional Case Management, 19(1), 29-38.10.1097/01.PCAMA.0000438971.79801.7a
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2013
    Zubritsky, C., Abbott, K.M., Hirschman, K.B., Bowles, K.H., Foust, J.B., Naylor, M.D. (2013). Health-related quality of life: Expanding a conceptual framework to include older adults who receive long-term services and supports. Gerontologist, 53(2), 205-210.
  • Bowles, Kathryn, 2013
    Topaz, M., and Bowles, K.H. (2013). Evolution, revolution and current debates in the US. Perspectives in Health Information Management, Apr 1:10d., 42387.