ProfessorMedicine ProfessorBiomedical Informatics and Medical Education Adjunct ProfessorHealth Services Related Links: Research ActivitiesFaculty Information Biography Education & Training: MDUniversity of Washington, School of MedicineSeattle, WA1980 Internship and Residency in Internal MedicineUniversity of Colorado Affiliated HospitalsBoulder, CO1980–1983 Honors: Phi Beta Kappa1976 Alpha Omega Alpha1980 National Library of Medicine Training Grant1987–1989 Special Contribution Award, Department of Veterans Affairs1997–1998 Public Service Recognition Award from Seattle Federal Executive Board2000 Elected to Fellowship, American College of Physicians and American College of Medical Informatics2001 UW School of Medicine Service Excellence Award2008 Elected to Fellowship, Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh2010 Inaugural Chief of Medicine Award, UWMC2012 Top Doctor Award, Seattle Met Magazine2012 Contact Email: email@example.com Research & Clinical Interests Research Interests: The use of electronic health records in patient care, clinical research, and quality improvementComputerized practitioner order entryNotes in computer-based medical records and their contentClinical computing Publications PubMed: PubMed BibliographyPublications: Payne TH, Keller C, Arora P, Brusati A, Levin J, Salgaonkar M, Li X, Zech J, Lees AF. Writing Practices Associated With Electronic Progress Notes and the Preferences of Those Who Read Them: Descriptive Study. J Med Internet Res. 2021 Oct 6;23(10):e30165. doi: 10.2196/30165. PMID: 34612825. Zhao LP, Lybrand TP, Gilbert PB, Hawn TR, Schiffer JT, Stamatatos L, Payne TH, Carpp LN, Geraghty DE, Jerome KR. Tracking SARS-CoV-2 Spike Protein Mutations in the United States (January 2020–March 2021) Using a Statistical Learning Strategy. Viruses 2022, 14, 9. https://doi.org/10.3390/v14010009. Payne TH, Zhao LP, Le C, Wilcox P, Yi T, Hinshaw J, Hussey D, Kostrinsky-Thomas A, Hale M, Brimm J, Hisama FM. Electronic health records contain dispersed risk factor information that could be used to prevent breast and ovarian cancer. J Am Med Inform Assoc. 2020 Jul 1;27(9):1443-1449. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocaa152. PMID: 32940694 Payne TH. EHR-related alert fatigue: minimal progress to date, but much more can be done. BMJ Qual Saf. 2019 Jan;28(1):1-2. PMID: 30297378. Payne TH, Alonso WD, Markiel JA, Lybarger K, Lordon R, Yetisgen M, Zech JM, White AA. Using voice to create inpatient progress notes: Effects on note timeliness, quality, and physician satisfaction. JAMIA Open 2018; 1(2):218–226, https://doi.org/10.1093/jamiaopen/ooy036. Payne TH. The electronic health record as a catalyst for quality improvement in patient care. Heart. 2016 Aug 8.