Developing outcome, process and balancing measures for an emergency department longitudinal patient monitoring system using a modified Delphi
Supplementary file 1
Supplementary file 2
Ward, Marie E.
Browne, John P.
Early warning score systems have been widely recommended for use to detect clinical deterioration in patients. The Irish National Emergency Medicine Programme has developed and piloted an emergency department specific early warning score system. The objective of this study was to develop a consensus among frontline healthcare staff, quality and safety staff and health systems researchers regarding evaluation measures for an early warning score system in the Emergency Department.
Emergency department , Early warning score system , Longitudinal patient monitoring , Evaluation measures
Ward, M.E., Wakai, A., McDowell, R., Boland, F., Coughlan, E., Hamza, M., Browne, J., O’Sullivan, R., Geary, U., McDaid, F. and Shé, É.N., 2019. Developing outcome, process and balancing measures for an emergency department longitudinal patient monitoring system using a modified Delphi. BMC emergency medicine, 19(1), (7pp) DOI: 10.1186/s12873-018-0220-3