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Capturing clinical reports in a large academic medical center: feeding a central patient data repository.
Use of relational database management system by clinicians to create automated MICU progress note from existent data sources.
Progress notes model.
The rubber meets the road: integrating the Unified Medical Language System Knowledge Source Server into the computer-based patient record.
Generic database design for patient management information.
Dynamic link between ECG and clinical data by a CORBA-based query engine and temporal mapping.
Development of an enterprise-wide clinical data repository: merging multiple legacy databases.
CytoBase: an electronic medical record for cervical cytology.
Data privacy and confidentiality in the public arena.
Design of access control methods for protecting the confidentiality of patient information in networked systems.
Guaranteeing anonymity when sharing medical data, the Datafly System.
A clinical data repository enhances hospital infection control.
Knowledge based functions for routine use at a German university hospital setting: the issue of fine tuning.
Automatic stenosis detection and quantification in renal arteriography.
Using software agents to maintain autonomous patient registries for clinical research.
Technique for efficient information retrieval in outpatient systems.
Automated direct-from-patient information collection for evidence-based diabetes care.
An empirical study of the Health Status Questionnaire System for use in patient-computer interaction.
Clinical care management and workflow by episodes.
Using Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC) to exchange laboratory data among three academic hospitals.
Medical data mining: knowledge discovery in a clinical data warehouse.
A foundational model of time for heterogeneous clinical databases.
Demystifying mental health information needs through integrated definition (IDEF) activity and data modeling.
Evaluating large scale health information systems: from practice towards theory.
Improving information access with an emergency department system.
Design of a general clinical notification system based on the publish-subscribe paradigm.
Accuracy and efficiency of an automated system for calculating APACHE II scores in an intensive care unit.
Nurses use of health status data to plan for patient care: implications for the development of a computer-based outcomes infrastructure.
Documenting 'what nurses do'--moving beyond coding and classification.
A patient workflow management system built on guidelines.
Cross-institutional reuse of a problem statement knowledge base.
Structuring clinical practice guidelines in a relational database model for decision support on the Internet.
Development and use of a Guideline Entry Wizard to convert text clinical practice guidelines to a relational format.
Inducing practice guidelines from a hospital database.
Decision-analytic valuation of clinical information systems: application to an alerting system for coronary angiography.
The CliniCon framework for context representation in electronic patient records.
Toward implementation of artificial neural networks that "really work".
Clinical event monitoring at the University of Pittsburgh.
Use of CLIPS for representation and inference in a clinical event monitor.
Incremental learning of probabilistic rules from clinical databases based on rough set theory.
Modelling cardiac patient set residuals using rough sets.
An expert-guided decision tree construction strategy: an application in knowledge discovery with medical databases.
Prototype expert system to assist with the stabilization of neonates prior to transport.
Usability testing in medical informatics: cognitive approaches to evaluation of information systems and user interfaces.
Willingness-to-pay utility assessment: feasibility of use in normative patient decision support systems.
Evaluating the potential effectiveness of using computerized information systems to prevent adverse drug events.
The impact of anticipatory patient data displays on physician decision making: a pilot study.
New computer-based tools for empiric antibiotic decision support.
Advanced alerting features: displaying new relevant data and retracting alerts.
Evaluation of a decision support system for pressure ulcer prevention and management: preliminary findings.
Using data mining to characterize DNA mutations by patient clinical features.
A decision support system for microbiology quality control.
Changes in diagnostic decision-making after a computerized decision support consultation based on perceptions of need and helpfulness: a preliminary report.
A qualitative study of clinicians ways of using a decision-support system.
Assessing the value of newer pharmacologic agents in non-ST elevation patients: a decision support system application.
Mixed integer programming optimization models for brachytherapy treatment planning.
Operationalization of clinical practice guidelines using fuzzy logic.
HyperCare: a prototype of an active database for compliance with essential hypertension therapy guidelines.
A prototype Web site for immunization knowledge maintenance.
A temporal database mediator for protocol-based decision support.
Creating an environment for linking knowledge-based systems to a clinical database: a suite of tools.
Towards improved knowledge sharing: assessment of the HL7 Reference Information Model to support medical logic module queries.
Generation of development environments for the Arden Syntax.
Experiences in deployment of a Web-based CIS for referring physicians.
Do electronic mail discussion lists act as virtual colleagues?
Making effective referrals: a knowledge-management approach.
Practical lessons in remote connectivity.
Patient-Centered Access to Secure Systems Online (PCASSO): a secure approach to clinical data access via the World Wide Web.
A strategy for the development of secure telemedicine applications.
Virtual consolidation of Boston's Beth Israel and New England Deaconess Hospitals via the World Wide Web.
Clinical communication among health providers and systems using Web tools.
The PartnerWeb Project: a component-based approach to enterprise-wide information integration and dissemination.
The importance of Java and CORBA in medicine.
A virtual repository approach to clinical and utilization studies: application in mammography as alternative to a national database.
HOLON: a Web-based framework for fostering guideline applications.
Telemedicine for AIDS patients accommodations.
Mobile Telemedicine Testbed.
A decentralized, community-based design for statewide immunization registries in Minnesota.
Supporting shared care for diabetes patients. The synapses solution.
Efficacy of tele-endoscopy in a rural capitated market.
Desktop teleradiology in support of rural orthopedic trauma care.
Evaluation of clinical data by remote observation in trauma.
Telematics in the neonatal ICU and beyond: improving care for high-risk newborns and their families.
Application of UMLS indexing systems to a WWW-based tool for indexing of digital images.
Documenting the information content of images.
Evaluation of a visualization-based approach to functional brain mapping.
Representation of the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Minimal Standard Terminology in the SNOMED DICOM microglossary.
Critical success factors for a hospital-wide PACS.
Acceptability and usage patterns of an image analysis workstation.
The Virtual Microscope.
Managing medical research data with a Web-Interfacing Repository Manager.
Automated measurement of retinal vascular tortuosity.
Modeling mechanical cardiopulmonary interactions for virtual environments.
Using 3-D shape models to guide segmentation of MR brain images.
Automatic detection of cardiac contours on MR images using fuzzy logic and dynamic programming.
Dynamic organization of search results using the UMLS.
Query expansion using the UMLS Metathesaurus.
MedWeaver: integrating decision support, literature searching, and Web exploration using the UMLS Metathesaurus.
A UMLS-based method for integrating information databases into an Intranet.
Standardized problem list generation, utilizing the Mayo canonical vocabulary embedded within the Unified Medical Language System.
The Stanford Health Information Network for Education: integrated information for decision making and learning.
Puya: a method of attracting attention to relevant physical findings.
Comparing SNOMED and ICPC retrieval accuracies using relational database models.
Conceptual mapping of user's queries to medical subject headings.
Virtual shelves. II: A unified catalog for a heterogeneous collection.
Supporting infobuttons with terminological knowledge.
A method for representing search results in three dimensions.
A Java-based multi-institutional medical information retrieval system.
Internet access to a medical case repository for teaching and analysis.
The Healthcare Administrator's Associate: an experiment in distributed healthcare information systems.
Linking a clinical system to heterogeneous information resources.
Conducting the NLM/AHCPR Large Scale Vocabulary Test: a distributed Internet-based experiment.
Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Utah consortium participation in the NLM/AHCPR Large Scale Vocabulary Test.
A clinically derived terminology: qualification to reduction.
WWW-available conceptual integration of medical terminologies: the ONIONS experience.
Assessing the feasibility of large-scale natural language processing in a corpus of ordinary medical records: a lexical analysis.
Corpus-based identification and refinement of semantic classes.
Evaluating a normalized conceptual representation produced from natural language patient discharge summaries.
Towards a comprehensive medical language processing system: methods and issues.
Maintaining the integrity of a Web-based medical vocabulary glossary.
Development of a change model for a controlled medical vocabulary.
Terminological systems: bridging the generation gap.
Semantic quality through semantic definition: refining the Read Codes through internal consistency.
Compositional and enumerative designs for medical language representation.
Formative evaluation of a frame-based model of locative relationships in human anatomy.
Partitioning a vocabulary's IS-A hierarchy into trees.
SGML as a message interchange format in healthcare.
SNOMED RT: a reference terminology for health care.
Evaluating the terminology requirements to support multi-disciplinary diabetes care.
Conceptual schemata for terminology: a continuum from headings to values in patient records and messages.
Expressiveness of the Breast Imaging Reporting and Database System (BI-RADS).
Teaching skills for accessing and interpreting information from systematic reviews/meta-analyses, practice guidelines, and the Internet.
A decision analytic method for scoring performance on computer-based patient simulations.
Meeting the information needs of patients: results from a patient focus group.
Implementing computers in ambulatory care: implications of physician practice patterns for system design.
Factors affecting the diffusion of the Computer-Based Patient Record.
Improving information management in family practice: testing an adult learning model.
E-mail access to NetCME: implementation of server push paradigm.
Performance support concepts for Web-based informatics instruction.
Implementing cognitive learning strategies in computer-based educational technology: a proposed system.
The development and evaluation of an adaptable computer aided instruction(CAI) program for acquiring problem solving skills in biochemistry on the WWW: The "BioChem Thinker".
Probabilistic predictions of penetrating injury to anatomic structures.
Controlled vocabulary and design of laboratory results displays.
Word frequency analysis of dictated clinical data: a user-centered approach to the design of a structured data entry interface.
Lightweight, mobile E-mail for intra-clinic communication.
Integrating communicative goals for real-time clinical decision support.
Acceptance of a speech interface for biomedical data collection.
Iterative usability testing: ensuring a usable clinical workstation.
The availability of unavailable information.
Design considerations in migrating an obstetrics clinical record to the Web.
Experiences with ARTEMIS--an Internet-based telemedicine system.
Implementing NCEP guidelines in a Web-based disease-management system.
SecondOpinion: interactive Web-based access to a decision model.
SAM: speech-aware applications in medicine to support structured data entry.
Can data representation and interface demands be reconciled? Approach in ORCA.
Preserving context in a multi-tasking clinical environment: a pilot implementation.
Data collection and information presentation for optimal decision making by clinical managers--the Autocontrol Project.
Web-based data integration and annotation in the intensive care unit.
Web client and ODBC access to legacy database information: a low cost approach.
Electronic forms: benefits drawbacks of a World Wide Web-based approach to data entry.
Meeting clinician information needs by integrating access to the medical record and knowledge resources via the Web.
A natural language parsing system for encoding admitting diagnoses.
Text structures in medical text processing: empirical evidence and a text understanding prototype.
Searching for information on the Internet using the UMLS and Medical World Search.
Identification of findings suspicious for breast cancer based on natural language processing of mammogram reports.
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