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Residency Faculty

James Barrett, MD, CAQ-Sports Medicine

Jim Barrett, MD, CAQ-Sports Medicine

​Edith Kinney Gaylord Presidential Professor,
Family Medicine Chair, 
Adult Physician Champion, OU Health

Bryan Billings, MD

Bryan Billings, MD

Assistant Professor,
Clinical Medicine I and II Course Director,
Medical Director of the Clinical Skills Education and Testing Center

Brian Coleman, MD, CAQ-Sports Medicine

Brian Coleman, MD, CAQ-Sports Medicine

Professor, 
Family Medicine Residency Program Director,
Sports Medicine Fellowship Program Director

Steven Crawford, MD

Steven Crawford, MD

Professor,
Senior Associate Dean, Office of Healthcare Innovation and Policy

Mark Doescher, MD, MSPH

Mark Doescher, MD, MSPH

Professor,
Associate Director, Community Outreach and Engagement, Stephenson Cancer Center

Shawn Fitzgerald, DO

Shawn Fitzgerald, DO

Assistant Professor

Rachel Franklin, MD, FAAFP

Rachel Franklin, MD, FAAFP

Regents’ Professor,
Family Medicine Vice Chair

Andrea Jones, MD

Andrea Jones, MD

Assistant Professor,
Family Medicine Clerkship Assistant Director

David Kelley, MD

David Kelley, MD

Assistant Professor,
Family Medicine Clerkship and Undergraduate Director

Olivia Lust, DO

Olivia Lust, DO

Assistant Professor,
Residency Education Director,
Clinical Medicine Course Assistant Director

Zsolt Nagykáldi, PhD

Zsolt J. Nagykáldi, PhD, BTh

Professor
Director of Research (OUFMC)
Associate Director of Community-Engaged Research (OSCTR)
Associate Director of the Oklahoma Primary Healthcare Improvement Collaborative (OPHIC)

Kalyanakrishnan Ramakrishnan, MD
Kathryn E. H. Reilly, MD, MPH, CAQ-Sports Medicine

Kathryn E. H. Reilly, MD, MPH, CAQ-Sports Medicine

Professor,
Associate Residency Program Director

Robert C. Salinas, MD, CAQ(G)

Robert Salinas, MD, CAQ(G)

Associate Professor,
Assistant Dean, OUCOM, Office of Diversity, Inclusion, and Community Engagement,
Director of Community Medicine,
Medical Director, OU Health, Palliative Care

 

Dewey Scheid, MD

Dewey Scheid, MD, MPH

Professor
Medical Decision Making

 

 

Peter Schwiebert, MD
Raghuveer Vedala, MD

Raghuveer Vedala, MD

Assistant Professor

Elizabeth Wickersham, MD

Elizabeth Wickersham, MD, MS, CAQ-Hospice and Palliative Medicine

Associate Professor 
Associate Residency Program Director

Peter Winn, MD, CAQ-Geriatrics

Peter Winn, MD, CAQ-Geriatrics

Professor,
Geriatrics Program Director

Research Faculty

Family and Preventive Medicine

Zsolt J. Nagykáldi, PhD, BTh

Professor
Director of Research (OUFMC)
Associate Director of Community-Engaged Research (OSCTR)
Associate Director of the Oklahoma Primary Healthcare Improvement Collaborative (OPHIC)


Family Medicine Center Building
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
​900 NE 10th Street
Oklahoma City, OK  73104

405-271-2370

znagykal@ouhsc.edu


Dr. Nagykáldi is a Professor and Director of Research in the Department of Family and Preventive Medicine at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He is also the Research Director of the Oklahoma Physicians Resource / Research Network (OKPRN), the Associate Director of Community-Engaged Research within the Oklahoma Shared Clinical and Translational Resource (OSCTR) and the Associate Director of the Oklahoma Primary Healthcare Improvement Collaborative (OPHIC). He holds a Bachelor’s degree in pharmacy and a PhD in pharmacology with training in public health and epidemiology as well as a Bachelor’s degree in Theology. Since 2001, Dr. Nagykaldi has been working closely with healthcare professionals throughout the United States and internationally to improve the quality and safety of healthcare through practice-based and community-engaged health services research. He participated in or led a number of research and quality improvement projects that focused on preventive services delivery, management of chronic conditions, patient and community-centered healthcare, clinical decision support, shared decision making, and the development or implementation of health information technology in primary care settings. Partnering with patients and clinicians, he developed over 20 technology applications that helped improve patient care in Oklahoma and nationally. He also facilitated the development of public-private partnerships, primary care pandemic preparedness, practice facilitation, and community-engaged, participatory research. Dr. Nagykáldi authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications and presented widely on his work. He has also taught and mentored numerous undergraduate and graduate students with various healthcare backgrounds.


Academic Section(s):

OUFMC Research Division


Education:

Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest, Hungary - Bachelor's in Pharmacy (1996)
University of Oklahoma College of Medicine - Predoctoral Fellowship (1997-1999)
Semmelweis University of Medicine, Budapest, Hungary - PhD in Pharmacology (2000)
University of Oklahoma HSC, Heart Rhythm Institute - Postdoctoral Fellowship (2000-2001)
OUHSC Department of Family Medicine - K08 Training in epi/bio and health services research (2008-2013)
Newman University, Wichita, Kansas - Bachelor's in Theology (2021)


Clinical/Research Interests:

  • Practice-based health services research
  • Community-engaged research (CEnR)
  • Health information technology R&D and implementation
  • Primary care practice facilitation and practice redesign
  • Patient-centered care
  • Shared decision making
  • Goal-directed care
  • Technology-assisted health risk assessment and screening
  • Preventive services delivery
  • Chronic disease management


Funding:

ACTIVE FUNDED PROJECTS

Addressing Opioid Use Disorder in Older Adults through Primary Care Innovation (OUD-PCI)
1R18HS027913-01, Nagykaldi (co-PI)  10/1/2020 – 09/30/2023
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) $2,499,995 

Patients who are older or suffer from conditions that cause chronic pain that interferes with their lives are at
considerably higher risk for adverse effects of opioid medications. Therefore, addressing the specific needs
and health challenges of these populations through innovative pain management strategies that can be
implemented in primary care settings is urgently needed. To address these needs, our team designed a multifaceted, person-centered and scalable program that can be implemented in primary care practices and which aims at improving pain management for older adults and those with functional disabilities or increased social risk.

Tribally Engaged Approaches to Lung Screening (TEALS Trial)
1R01CA225439-01A1, Nagykaldi (PI)    04/01/2019 – 03/31/2024
National Cancer Institute (NCI) $2,361,468

Over the course of 5 years, TEALS will: 1) Conduct focus groups and semi-structured interviews with CNHSA patients, clinicians, and health administrators to elucidate individual- and system-level barriers and facilitators that affect the implementation of LCS; 2) Develop, and iteratively refine an LCS care coordination intervention that will identify eligible persons for LCS, help these patients navigate the screening process, and link them with smoking cessation services, when applicable; 3) Measure the impact of the TEALS intervention on the receipt of screening and a set of patient- and practice-level outcomes by conducting a cluster-randomized clinical trial of LCS implementation; and 4) Disseminate the TEALS program to other researchers and healthcare systems that serve AI/AN patients.

International Conference on Practice Facilitation 2020, 2021, 2022
1 R13 HS027287-01, Nagykaldi (PI)    09/30/2020 - 09/29/2023
Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) $123,867

The Steering Committee of the International Conference on Practice Facilitation (ICPF), working with the North American Primacy Care Research Group (NAPCRG) and other collaborators will develop and organize annual conferences to be held in 2021, 2022, and 2023. The ICPF conference will: 1) Expand and further develop the current annual conference, responding to the emerging and growing professional needs of PFs worldwide; 2) Establish a maintainable approach to develop and grow the ongoing PF Learning Community; and 3) Leveraging the PF Learning Community structure, guide the activities of ICPF toward the establishment of an International Society for Practice Facilitation that will spearhead the strategic professional development of PFs.

Expansion and Enhancement of Medical School Curriculum to Increase Physician Workforce in Underserved Oklahoma Communities
1 T99HP335580100, Herman/Crawford (PIs)    09/01/2019 - 08/31/2023
Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA) $4,704,476

The University of Oklahoma College of Medicine (OU) is submitting an “Expansion and Enhancement of Medical School Curriculum to Increase Physicians in Underserved Oklahoma Sites” to create the Primary Care Pathways to Sustainable Health and Healthcare Network. OU aims to develop this Primary Care Pathways Network to identify and mentor students from tribal, rural, and medically underserved communities in Oklahoma (TRU-OK) beginning K-12 through medical school.
Role: Co-Investigator

Institutional Development Award (IDeA) Program Infrastructure for Clinical and Translational Research
1U54RR033563, James (PI/OUHSC)    08/01/2018 – 07/31/2023
NIH $1,496,350

We propose to strengthen productive bidirectional relationships between researchers and communities in Oklahoma with an emphasis on primary care clinicians, pharmacists, and American Indian communities, expand community test sites by enhancing three practice-based research networks and build a system-wide dissemination/implementation/diffusion infrastructure consisting of county health improvement organizations (CHIOs) linked to each other and, through regional coordinating centers, to the academic research partners.
Role: Co-Investigator

Addressing Health Disparities among Oklahoma Minority and Rural Communities through Clinical Research Education and Career Development
1R25MD011564-01, Stoner, Houchen (Co-PI)    9/24/2017 – 5/31/2022
National Institutes of Health (NIH/NIMHD) $499,072

The overall goal of this research education and career development program is to enhance clinical research methods expertise and research careers among underrepresented researchers focused on health disparities and minority health.
Role: Senior Mentor and Course Instructor

Testing the Effectiveness of Individualized Disease Prevention for Middle-Aged Adults
R01AG059979, Taksler (PI/Cleveland Clinic)    04/01/2019-03/31/2024
National Institute on Aging (NIA) $497,878

This project will help middle-aged adults to make an informed decision about the health care services that are most likely to promote a longer, healthier life.  We will adapt a previously-published analytic model to incorporate quality of life and integrate a previously-developed decision aid into electronic health records.  Then, in a randomized trial at diverse primary care clinics, we will test of effectiveness of the decision aid on preventive care utilization for middle-aged patients.
Role: Co-Investigator

CCSG – supplemental #2 – Building Cancer Survivorship Research Capacity in Rural Oklahoma
3P30CA225520-01S1, Mannel, Robert (PI)    05/01/2019 – 04/30/2022
National Cancer Institute (NCI) $96,469

Use community-engagement processes to co-design a tailored cancer care coordination system featuring nurse rural cancer care coordinators (RC3s) embedded within rural healthcare delivery systems who will help improve ONC-PCP communications. Test preliminary effectiveness of the RC3 implementation by examining processes and outcomes using a quasi-experimental design with patient- and system-level care coordination measures collected before and after implementation in at least 30 CNHSA and 30 WCWI patients. Identify factors that facilitate or hinder RC3 effectiveness.
Role: Co-Investigator

CCSG – supplemental #2 – Colorectal Cancer Screening Implementation in Partnership with Native American Communities
3P30CA225520-01S2, Mannel, Robert (PI)    05/01/2019 – 04/30/2022
National Cancer Institute (NCI) $224,082

The overall objective of the two-phased project is to increase CRC screening uptake in AIs aged 50 to 75 years who are at average risk for CRC. For this purpose, we will test the effectiveness of a comprehensive, multilevel (i.e., individual, community, and systems/ organizational), and multi-component (i.e., small media, navigation services) intervention with AI populations (on and off tribal lands) across the three states. We will focus on culturally appropriate evidence-based strategies that promote any guideline approved CRC screening (i.e., fecal immunochemical test, colonoscopy, computed tomographic colonography). During the planning phase (Year 1, eight months), we will build community-academic partnerships between I/T/U healthcare facilities, tribal entities, and university-based cancer centers; and secure tribal authorizations, IRB approvals and data sharing agreements. We will also adapt and pilot test the intervention processes and strategies. During the implementation phase (Years 2-5), we will test dissemination and implementation of multilevel and multi-component evidence-based strategies for enhancing screening. We will finalize these strategies after participatory input from our three state-specific Community Advisory Committees. Findings from this research could lead to an immediate increase in CRC screening and ultimately enhance cancer health equity by reducing the preventable CRC disease burden among AIs.
Role: Co-Investigator


Select Publications:

PEER REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

  1. Dania A, Nagykaldi Z, Haaranen A,  Muris JWM, Evans PH, Mäntyselkä P, van Weel C. A Review of 50-Years of International Literature on the External Environment of Building Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs). J Am Board Fam Med. In Press.
  2. Doescher MP, Nagykaldi Z, Zhao YD, Dwyer K. Oncology and Primary Care Provider Views on Cancer Survivorship Care: Mind the Gap. J Am Board Fam Med. 2022 Mar-Apr;35(2):329-340. PMID: 35379720. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2022.02.210286.
  3. Dwyer K, Anderson A, Doescher M, Campbell J, Wharton B, Nagykaldi Z. Provider Communication: The Key to Care Coordination Between Tribal Primary Care and Community Oncology Providers. Oncol Nurs Forum. 2022 Jan 1;49(1):21-35. PMID: 34914677. DOI: 10.1188/22.ONF.21-35.
  4. Nagykaldi Z, Davis MM, Lipman PD, Dluzak L, Haddad L. Fourth International Conference on Practice Facilitation: Advancing Facilitation in Light of Pandemics, Health Systems Change, and Inequities. Ann Fam Med. 2021 Nov-Dec;19(6):568-569. PMID: 34750138. DOI: 10.1370/afm.2753.
  5. Taksler GB, Hu B, Degrandis Jr F, Montori VM, Fagerlin A, Nagykaldi Z, Rothberg MB. Effect of Individualized Preventive Care Recommendations vs. Usual Care on Patient Interest and Use of Recommendations: A Pilot Randomized Clinical Trial. JAMA Network Open. 2021 Nov 1;4(11):e2131455. PMID: 34726747. DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2021.31455.
  6. Dania A, Nagykaldi Z, Haaranen A,  Muris JWM, Evans PH, Mäntyselkä P, van Weel C. A Review of 50-Years of International Literature on the Internal Environment of Building Practice-Based Research Networks (PBRNs), J Am Board Fam Med. July-August, 2021 Vol. 34 No. 4. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2021.04.200595. PMID: 34312269.
  7. Crocker AM, Kessler R, van Eeghen C, Nagykaldi Z, et al. Integrating Behavioral Health and Primary Care (IBH-PC) to improve patient-centered outcomes in adults with multiple chronic medical and behavioral health conditions: study protocol for a pragmatic cluster-randomized control trial. Trials. 22, 200, March, 2021; DOI: 10.1186/s13063-021-05133-8.
  8. Solberg LI, Kuzel A, Parchman ML, Shelley DR, Dickinson WP, Nagykaldi Z, et al. A Taxonomy for External Support for Practice Transformation, J Am Board Fam Med. January–February 2021  Vol. 34 No. 1. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2021.01.200225. PMID: 33452080.
  9. Nagykaldi ZJ, Scheid D, Zhao Y, Mishra B, Greever-Rice T. A Sustainable Model for Preventive Services in Rural Counties: the Healthier Together Study. J Am Board Fam Med. Sep-Oct 2020; 33(5). DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2020.05.190357. PMID: 32989064.
  10. Homco J, Carabin H, Nagykaldi Z, Garwe T, Duffy FD, Kendrick D, Martinez S, Zhao YD, Stoner J. Validity of Medical Record Abstraction and Electronic Health Record-Generated Reports to Assess Performance on Cardiovascular Quality Measures in Primary Care. JAMA Netw Open. 2020 Jul 1;3(7):e209411. DOI: 10.1001/jamanetworkopen.2020.9411. PMID: 32721028
  11. Chou A, Li J, Homco J, Chen X, Nagykaldi Z, Mold J, Duffy D, Crawford S, Stoner J. Healthy Hearts for Oklahoma: Impact of Implementing a Quality Improvement Intervention Bundle on Cardiovascular Care. Proceedings in Implementation Science. May 2020; 15.
  12. Nagykaldi Z, Davis MM, Lipman PD, Dluzak L, Haught J. Third International Conference on Practice Facilitation (ICPF) Focuses on Building Capacity. Ann Fam Med. 2020 Jan;18(1):89-90. DOI: 10.1370/afm.2507. PMID: 31937543.
  13. Purkaple BA, Nagykaldi ZJ, Allahyar A, Todd R, Mold JW. Physicians’ Response to Patients’ Quality of Life Goals. Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine, Jan-Feb 2020; 33:71-79. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2020.01.190169. PMID: 31907248.
  14. Nagykaldi Z, Davis MM, Lipman PD, Dluzak L, Haught J. Second International Conference on Practice Facilitation (ICPF) Focuses on Building Capacity. Ann Fam Med. 2019 May/June;17(3):276-277. DOI: 10.1370/afm.2404. PMID: 31085535.
  15. Jennings L, Stoner J, Li J, Burton T, Nagykaldi Z. Personalized Goal Setting in the Primary Care of Persons With Cognitive Impairment. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. April 2019; 67: S45-S46. DOI: 10.1111/jgs.15923
  16. Wickersham E, Gowin M, Deen M, Nagykaldi Z. Improving the Adoption of Advance Directives in Primary Care Practices in Oklahoma. J Am Board Fam Med. 2019 Mar-Apr 32(2):169-179. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2019.02.180236. PMID: 30850453.
  17. Hamm RM, Nagykaldi ZJ. Physician Judgment and Clinical Practice Guidelines. Journal of Cognitive Engineering and Decision Making, 2018 August; 12(3): 209-214. DOI: 10.1177/1555343418782850.
  18. Davis MM, Nagykaldi Z, Lipman PD, Haught J. First International Conference on Practice Facilitation: A Success. Ann Fam Med. 2018 May;16(3):274-275. DOI: 10.1370/afm.2252. PMID: 29760038
  19. Chou AF, Homco JB, Nagykaldi Z, Mold JW, Duffy D, Crawford S, Stoner JA. Disseminating, Implementing, and Evaluating Patient-Centered Outcomes to Improve Cardiovascular Care using a Stepped-Wedge Design: Healthy Hearts for Oklahoma. BMC Health Serv Res. 2018 Jun 4;18(1):404. DOI: 10.1186/s12913-018-3189-4. PMID: 29866120.
  20. Nagykaldi ZJ, Tange H, De Maeseneer J. Moving From Problem-Oriented to Goal-Directed Health Records. Ann Fam Med. 2018;16:155-159. DOI: 10.1370/afm.2180. PMID: 29531108
  21. Tange H, Nagykaldi Z, De Maeseneer J. Towards an overarching model for electronic medical-record systems, including problem-oriented, goal-oriented, and other approaches. European Journal of General Practice. Eur J Gen Pract. 2017 Dec;23(1):257-260. DOI: 10.1080/13814788.2017.1374367. PMID: 29148849
  22. Voncken-Brewster V, Amoureus M, de Vries H, Nagykaldi Z, Winkens B, van der Weijden T, Tange H. The impact of participant characteristics on use and satisfaction of a web-based computer-tailored COPD self-management intervention – a process evaluation. JMIR Formativ Res. Vol 1, No 1 Jan-Dec (Published on 08/21/2017). DOI: 10.2196//formative.6585.
  23. Nagykaldi ZJ, Scheid D, Zhao D, Mishra B, Greever-Rice T. An Innovative Community-Based Model for Improving Preventive Care in Rural Counties. J Am Board Fam Med. 2017 Sep-Oct;30(5):583-591. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2017.05.170035. PMID: 28923810.
  24. Nagykaldi Z, Dave A, Kristof C, Watts T, Utpala S, Wickersham E. Improving Patient-Clinician Conversations During Annual Wellness Visits. J Am Board Fam Med. 2017 Mar-Apr;30(2):161-169. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2017.02.160229. PMID: 28379822.
  25. Kou Heu M, Welborn T, Nagykaldi Z. In adult patients on warfarin, does home self-testing of prothrombin time and/or international normalized ratio provide the same outcomes compared to testing by a home health nurse or in a clinical setting? JOSMA. 2016 March;109(2):91-92. PMCID: PMC4900684. PMID: 27265957
  26. Gadomski AM, Scribani MB, Krupa N, Jenkins P, Nagykaldi Z, Olson AL. Pet Dogs and Children's Health: Opportunities for Chronic Disease Prevention? Prev Chronic Dis. 2015 Nov 25;12:E205. DOI: 10.5888/pcd12.150204. PMID: 26605705.
  27. Campbell-Voytal K, Daly JM, Nagykaldi ZJ, Aspy CB, Dolor RJ, Fagnan LJ, Levy BT, Louks, HA, Michaels L, Patterson VB, Smith PD, Kano M, Sussman AL, Williams R, Sterling P, O’Beirne M, Neale AV. Team science approach to developing consensus on research good practices for Practice-Based Research Networks: A Case Study. Clinical and Translational Science. 2015 Nov 25, 8: 632–637. DOI: 10.1111/cts.12363. PMID: 26602516.
  28. Dolor RJ, Campbell-Voytal K, Daly J, Nagykaldi ZJ, O’Beirne M, Sterling P, Fagnan LJ, Levy B, Michaels L, Louks HA, Smith P, Aspy CB, Patterson VB, Kano M, Sussman AL, Williams R, Neale AV. Practice-Based Research Network Research Good Practices (PRGPs): Summary of Recommendations. Clinical and Translational Science. August 22, 2015, 8: 638–646. DOI: 10.1111/cts.12317. PMID: 26296309.
  29. Voncken-Brewster V, Tange H, de Vries H, Nagykaldi Z, Winkensd B, van der Weijden T. A randomized controlled trial evaluating the effectiveness of a Web-based, Computer-Tailored Self-Management Intervention for People with or at Risk for Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease. Int J Chron Obstruct Pulmon Dis. 2015:10 1061–1073. DOI: 10.2147/COPD.S81295. PMID: 26089656.
  30. Gadomski AM, Fothergill KE, Larson S, Wissow LS, Winegrad H, Nagykaldi ZJ, Olson AL, Roter DL. Integrating Mental Health Into Adolescent Annual Visits: Impact of Previsit Comprehensive Screening on Within-Visit Processes. J Adolesc Health. 2015 Jan 10. DOI: 10.1016/j.jadohealth.2014.11.011. PMID: 25586231.
  31. Nagykaldi, ZJ, Jordan M, Quitoriano J, Ciro CA, Mold JW. User-Centered Design and Usability Testing of an Innovative Health-Related Quality of Life Module. Applied Clinical Informatics. 2014; 5(4):958-970. DOI: 10.4338/ACI-2014-08-RA-0067. PMID: 25589910.
  32. Nagykaldi Z. Practice-based Research Networks at the Crossroads of Research Translation. J Am Board Fam Med. 2014 Nov-Dec;27(6):725-9. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2014.06.140263. PMID: 25381066.
  33. Voncken-Brewster V, Tange H, Moser A, Nagykaldi Z, de Vries H, van der Weijden T. Integrating a tailored e-health self-management application for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients into primary care: a pilot study. BMC Fam Pract. 2014 Jan 8;15(1):4. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2296-15-4. PMID: 24400676.
  34. Nagykaldi ZJ, Yeaman B, Jones M, Mold JW, Scheid DC. HIE-i-Health Information Exchange With Intelligence. J Ambul Care Manage. 2014 Jan-Mar;37(1):20-31. DOI: 10.1097/JAC.0000000000000002. PMID: 24309392.
  35. Szarka N, Nagykáldi Z, Végh M, Oberling J. Patient satisfaction with care in gastrooesophageal reflux disease. Orvosi Hetilap. 2013 Oct 1;154(43):1713-8.(Hungarian). DOI: 10.1556/OH.2013.29734. PMID: 24140511.
  36. Voncken-Brewster V, Tange H, de Vries H, Nagykaldi Z, Winkens B, van der Weijden T. A randomised controlled trial testing a web-based, computer-tailored self-management intervention for people with or at risk for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a study protocol. BMC Public Health. 2013 Jun 7;13(1):557. DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-13-557. PMID: 23742208.
  37. Scheid D, Yeaman B, Nagykaldi Z, Mold J. Regional Health eDecisions: A Guide to Connecting Health Information Exchange in Primary Care. AHRQ Publication No. 13-0018-EF. Rockville, MD: Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality. May 2013.
  38. Nagykaldi Z, Voncken-Brewster V, Aspy CB, Mold JW. Novel Computerized Health Risk Appraisal May Improve Longitudinal Health and Wellness in Primary Care: A Pilot Study. Applied Clinical Informatics. 2013; 4: 75–87. 10.4338/ACI-2012-10-RA-0048. PMID: 23650489.
  39. Voncken-Brewster V, Moser A, van der Weijden T, Nagykaldi Z, de Vries H, Tange H. Usability testing of an online, tailored self-management intervention for COPD patients incorporating behavior change techniques. JMIR Res Protocol. 2013;2(1):e3, p1-11. DOI: 10.2196/resprot.2246. PMID: 23612363.
  40. Nagykaldi Z, Aspy CB, Chou AF, Mold JW. Impact of a Wellness Portal on the Delivery of Patient-Centered Preventive Care. J Am Board Fam Med. 2012 Mar-Apr;25(2):158-167. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2012.02.110130. PMID: 22403196.
  41. Stageberg E, Nagykaldi Z, Newell P, Robertson S, Beasley W, McGuinn L, Wolraich M. (In State Health Policy Briefing. Editors: Hinkle L & Hanlon C). Oklahoma’s Web Portal: Fostering Care Coordination Between Primary Care and Community Service Providers, National Academy for State Health Policy. 2012 February; 1-8.
  42. Nagykaldi ZJ, Chou AF, Aspy CB, Mold JW. Engaging Patients and Clinicians Through a Wellness Portal to Improve the Health of Oklahomans. JOSMA. 2010 Oct;103(10):498-501. PMID: 21189828.
  43. Smith KD, Turner CD, Merchen E, Vaught C, Fritz T, Nagykaldi Z, Mold JW. Improving the Rate and Quality of Medicaid Well Child Care Exams in Primary Care Practices. JOSMA. 2010 July;103(7):248-251.
  44. Chou AF, Nagykaldi Z, Aspy CB, Mold JW. Promoting Patient-Centered Preventive Care Using a Wellness Portal: Preliminary Findings. Journal of Primary Care and Community Health. 2010;1(2) 88–92. DOI: 10.1177/2150131910365358. PMID: 23804368.
  45. Nagykaldi Z, Calmbach W, DeAlleaume L, Temte, J, Mold J, Ryan, J, Facilitating Patient Self-Management Through Telephony and Web Technologies In Seasonal Influenza. Informatics in Primary Care. 2010;18(1):9-16. DOI: 10.14236/jhi.v18i1.749. PMID: 20429974.
  46. Smith KD, Merchen E, Turner CD, Vaught C, Nagykaldi Z, Aspy C, Mold J. Patient-physician e-mail communication revisited a decade later: an OKPRN study. JOSMA. 2009 Sep;102(9):291-3. PMID: 19856821
  47. Mold JW, Aspy CB, Nagykaldi Z. Implementation of Evidence-Based Preventive Services Delivery Processes in Primary Care: An Oklahoma Physicians Resource/Research Network (OKPRN) Study, J Am Board Fam Med. 2008 Jul-Aug;21(4):334-44. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2008.04.080006. PMID: 18612060.
  48. Nagykaldi Z, Fox C, Gallo S, Stone J, Fontaine P, Peterson K, Arvanitis T. Improving Collaboration Among Primary Care Practice-Based Research Networks Using Access Grid Technology, Informatics in Primary Care. 2008;16(1):51-8; discussion 59-60. DOI: 10.14236/jhi.v16i1.674. PMID: 18534077.
  49. Nagykaldi Z, Mold JW. The role of health information technology in the translation of research into practice, J Am Board Fam Med. 2007 Mar-Apr;20(2):188-95. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.2007.02.060084. PMID: 17341756.
  50. Mold JW, Wooley J, and Nagykaldi Z. Associations between night sweats and sleep disturbances, Ann Fam Med. 2006 Sep-Oct;4(5):423-6. DOI: 10.1370/afm.554. PMID: 17003142.
  51. Nagykaldi Z, Mold JW, Robinson A, Niebauer L, Ford A. Practice Facilitators And Practice-Based Research Networks. J Am Board Fam Med. 2006 September-October;19(5):506-510. DOI: 10.3122/jabfm.19.5.506. PMID: 16951300.
  52. Nagykaldi Z, Mold JW, Bradley KK, Bos JE. Bridging The Gap Between Public And Private Health Care: Influenza-Like Illness Surveillance In A Practice-Based Research Network. J Public Health Manag Pract. 2006 Jul;12(4):356-364. PMID: 16775533.
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