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October/December 2018, Volume 33, Issue 4;
Mr. Yokota and his team investigated the effect of using a fall risk screening tool in an EMR by using data for 25 039 patients in 24 general wards at a large health system in Tokyo. The probability of the occurrence of falls decreased after the tool was implemented, but using the tool did not reduce the actual occurrence of falls. The author summarizes the findings in the video and describes the full study in the article.