Erik K. Fromme, M.D., M.C.R., FAAHPM
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Dr. Fromme’s research investigates using computers to improve doctors’ abilities to assess patient symptoms and quality of life. He is also studying the accuracy of survival predictions, ways to improve care transitions for seriously ill patients leaving the hospital, spirituality in patients receiving radiation therapy and how pediatric intensivists counsel parents in the intensive care unit.
"A Study to Improve Communication Between Clinicians and Patients With Advanced Heart Failure: Methods and Challenges Behind the Working to Improve Discussions About Defibrillator Management Trial,"
"Association between physician orders for life-sustaining treatment for scope of treatment and in-hospital death in Oregon,"
"Concordance of out-of-hospital and emergency department cardiac arrest resuscitation with documented end-of-life choices in Oregon,"
"Frequency of outpatient antibiotic prescription on discharge to hospice care,"
"Physician Orders for Life-Sustaining Treatment (POLST): Lessons learned from analysis of the Oregon POLST Registry,"