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    Capturing clinical reports in a large academic medical center: feeding a central patient data repository.

    • M. K. Ekstrom ;
    • H. F. Orthner ;
    • H. R. Warner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Capturing clinical reports in a large academic medical center: feeding a central patient data repository.


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    Use of relational database management system by clinicians to create automated MICU progress note from existent data sources.

    • D. P. Delaney ;
    • J. D. Zibrak ;
    • M. Samore ;
    • M. Peterson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Use of relational database management system by clinicians to create automated MICU progress note from existent data sources.


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    Progress notes model.

    • H. Aghili ;
    • R. A. Mushlin ;
    • R. M. Williams ;
    • J. S. Rose

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Progress notes model.


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    The rubber meets the road: integrating the Unified Medical Language System Knowledge Source Server into the computer-based patient record.

    • K. B. Johnson ;
    • E. B. George

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The rubber meets the road: integrating the Unified Medical Language System Knowledge Source Server into the computer-based patient record.


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    Generic database design for patient management information.

    • S. B. Johnson ;
    • T. Paul ;
    • A. Khenina

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Generic database design for patient management information.


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    Dynamic link between ECG and clinical data by a CORBA-based query engine and temporal mapping.

    • C. Wang ;
    • K. Ohe ;
    • S. Kaihara

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Dynamic link between ECG and clinical data by a CORBA-based query engine and temporal mapping.


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    Development of an enterprise-wide clinical data repository: merging multiple legacy databases.

    • K. W. Scully ;
    • R. D. Pates ;
    • G. S. Desper ;
    • A. F. Connors ;
    • F. E. Harrell, Jr ;
    • K. S. Pieper ;
    • R. L. Hannan ;
    • R. E. Reynolds

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Development of an enterprise-wide clinical data repository: merging multiple legacy databases.


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    CytoBase: an electronic medical record for cervical cytology.

    • J. K. Golabek ;
    • P. J. Brueckner ;
    • A. M. Seidenfeld

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    CytoBase: an electronic medical record for cervical cytology.


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    Data privacy and confidentiality in the public arena.

    • M. E. Mills

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Data privacy and confidentiality in the public arena.


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    Design of access control methods for protecting the confidentiality of patient information in networked systems.

    • J. W. Bowen ;
    • J. C. Klimczak ;
    • M. Ruiz ;
    • M. Barnes

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Design of access control methods for protecting the confidentiality of patient information in networked systems.


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    Guaranteeing anonymity when sharing medical data, the Datafly System.

    • L. Sweeney

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Guaranteeing anonymity when sharing medical data, the Datafly System.


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    A clinical data repository enhances hospital infection control.

    • M. Samore ;
    • D. Lichtenberg ;
    • L. Saubermann ;
    • C. Kawachi ;
    • Y. Carmeli

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A clinical data repository enhances hospital infection control.


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    Knowledge based functions for routine use at a German university hospital setting: the issue of fine tuning.

    • T. Bürkle ;
    • H. U. Prokosch ;
    • G. Hussak ;
    • J. Dudeck

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Knowledge based functions for routine use at a German university hospital setting: the issue of fine tuning.


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    Automatic stenosis detection and quantification in renal arteriography.

    • I. Cherrak ;
    • J. F. Paul ;
    • M. C. Jaulent ;
    • G. Chatellier ;
    • P. F. Plouin ;
    • J. C. Gaux ;
    • P. Degoulet

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automatic stenosis detection and quantification in renal arteriography.


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    Using software agents to maintain autonomous patient registries for clinical research.

    • S. N. Murphy ;
    • U. H. Rabbani ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using software agents to maintain autonomous patient registries for clinical research.


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    Technique for efficient information retrieval in outpatient systems.

    • J. Marshall ;
    • E. A. Balas ;
    • J. C. Reid

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Technique for efficient information retrieval in outpatient systems.


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    Automated direct-from-patient information collection for evidence-based diabetes care.

    • D. L. Hunt ;
    • R. B. Haynes ;
    • R. S. Hayward ;
    • M. A. Pim ;
    • J. Horsman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automated direct-from-patient information collection for evidence-based diabetes care.


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    An empirical study of the Health Status Questionnaire System for use in patient-computer interaction.

    • J. Kim ;
    • D. Trace ;
    • K. Meyers ;
    • M. Evens

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    An empirical study of the Health Status Questionnaire System for use in patient-computer interaction.


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    Clinical care management and workflow by episodes.

    • P. L. Claus ;
    • P. C. Carpenter ;
    • C. G. Chute ;
    • D. N. Mohr ;
    • P. S. Gibbons

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical care management and workflow by episodes.


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    Using Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC) to exchange laboratory data among three academic hospitals.

    • D. M. Baorto ;
    • J. J. Cimino ;
    • C. A. Parvin ;
    • M. G. Kahn

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC) to exchange laboratory data among three academic hospitals.


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    Medical data mining: knowledge discovery in a clinical data warehouse.

    • J. C. Prather ;
    • D. F. Lobach ;
    • L. K. Goodwin ;
    • J. W. Hales ;
    • M. L. Hage ;
    • W. E. Hammond

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Medical data mining: knowledge discovery in a clinical data warehouse.


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    A foundational model of time for heterogeneous clinical databases.

    • A. K. Das ;
    • M. A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A foundational model of time for heterogeneous clinical databases.


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    Demystifying mental health information needs through integrated definition (IDEF) activity and data modeling.

    • K. J. Hoffman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Demystifying mental health information needs through integrated definition (IDEF) activity and data modeling.


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    Evaluating large scale health information systems: from practice towards theory.

    • H. A. Heathfield ;
    • V. Peel ;
    • P. Hudson ;
    • S. Kay ;
    • L. Mackay ;
    • T. Marley ;
    • L. Nicholson ;
    • R. Roberts ;
    • J. Williams

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating large scale health information systems: from practice towards theory.


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    Improving information access with an emergency department system.

    • D. Travers ;
    • T. Parham

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Improving information access with an emergency department system.


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    Design of a general clinical notification system based on the publish-subscribe paradigm.

    • A. Geissbühler ;
    • J. F. Grande ;
    • R. A. Bates ;
    • R. A. Miller ;
    • W. W. Stead

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Design of a general clinical notification system based on the publish-subscribe paradigm.


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    Accuracy and efficiency of an automated system for calculating APACHE II scores in an intensive care unit.

    • V. J. Gooder ;
    • B. R. Farr ;
    • M. P. Young

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Accuracy and efficiency of an automated system for calculating APACHE II scores in an intensive care unit.


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    Nurses use of health status data to plan for patient care: implications for the development of a computer-based outcomes infrastructure.

    • M. T. Lush ;
    • S. B. Henry

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Nurses use of health status data to plan for patient care: implications for the development of a computer-based outcomes infrastructure.


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    Documenting 'what nurses do'--moving beyond coding and classification.

    • C. N. Mead ;
    • S. B. Henry

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Documenting 'what nurses do'--moving beyond coding and classification.


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    A patient workflow management system built on guidelines.

    • L. Dazzi ;
    • C. Fassino ;
    • R. Saracco ;
    • S. Quaglini ;
    • M. Stefanelli

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A patient workflow management system built on guidelines.


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    Cross-institutional reuse of a problem statement knowledge base.

    • S. H. Brown ;
    • D. A. Giuse

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Cross-institutional reuse of a problem statement knowledge base.


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    Structuring clinical practice guidelines in a relational database model for decision support on the Internet.

    • D. F. Lobach ;
    • C. S. Gadd ;
    • J. W. Hales

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Structuring clinical practice guidelines in a relational database model for decision support on the Internet.


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    Development and use of a Guideline Entry Wizard to convert text clinical practice guidelines to a relational format.

    • J. W. Hales ;
    • C. S. Gadd ;
    • D. F. Lobach

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Development and use of a Guideline Entry Wizard to convert text clinical practice guidelines to a relational format.


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    Inducing practice guidelines from a hospital database.

    • K. C. Abston ;
    • T. A. Pryor ;
    • P. J. Haug ;
    • J. L. Anderson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Inducing practice guidelines from a hospital database.


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    Decision-analytic valuation of clinical information systems: application to an alerting system for coronary angiography.

    • D. S. Bell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Decision-analytic valuation of clinical information systems: application to an alerting system for coronary angiography.


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    The CliniCon framework for context representation in electronic patient records.

    • R. Müller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The CliniCon framework for context representation in electronic patient records.


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    Toward implementation of artificial neural networks that "really work".

    • M. A. Leon ;
    • J. Keller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Toward implementation of artificial neural networks that "really work".


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    Clinical event monitoring at the University of Pittsburgh.

    • M. M. Wagner ;
    • M. Pankaskie ;
    • W. Hogan ;
    • F. C. Tsui ;
    • S. A. Eisenstadt ;
    • E. Rodriguez ;
    • J. K. Vries

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical event monitoring at the University of Pittsburgh.


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    Use of CLIPS for representation and inference in a clinical event monitor.

    • M. C. Pankaskie ;
    • M. M. Wagner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Use of CLIPS for representation and inference in a clinical event monitor.


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    Incremental learning of probabilistic rules from clinical databases based on rough set theory.

    • S. Tsumoto ;
    • H. Tanaka

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Incremental learning of probabilistic rules from clinical databases based on rough set theory.


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    Modelling cardiac patient set residuals using rough sets.

    • A. Ohrn ;
    • S. Vinterbo ;
    • P. Szymański ;
    • J. Komorowski

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modelling cardiac patient set residuals using rough sets.


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    An expert-guided decision tree construction strategy: an application in knowledge discovery with medical databases.

    • Y. S. Tsai ;
    • P. H. King ;
    • M. S. Higgins ;
    • D. Pierce ;
    • N. P. Patel

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    An expert-guided decision tree construction strategy: an application in knowledge discovery with medical databases.


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    Prototype expert system to assist with the stabilization of neonates prior to transport.

    • L. K. Heermann ;
    • C. B. Thompson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Prototype expert system to assist with the stabilization of neonates prior to transport.


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    Usability testing in medical informatics: cognitive approaches to evaluation of information systems and user interfaces.

    • A. W. Kushniruk ;
    • V. L. Patel ;
    • J. J. Cimino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Usability testing in medical informatics: cognitive approaches to evaluation of information systems and user interfaces.


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    Willingness-to-pay utility assessment: feasibility of use in normative patient decision support systems.

    • C. R. Flowers ;
    • A. M. Garber ;
    • M. R. Bergen ;
    • L. A. Lenert

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Willingness-to-pay utility assessment: feasibility of use in normative patient decision support systems.


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    Evaluating the potential effectiveness of using computerized information systems to prevent adverse drug events.

    • J. G. Anderson ;
    • S. J. Jay ;
    • M. Anderson ;
    • T. J. Hunt

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating the potential effectiveness of using computerized information systems to prevent adverse drug events.


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    The impact of anticipatory patient data displays on physician decision making: a pilot study.

    • R. B. Elson ;
    • D. P. Connelly

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The impact of anticipatory patient data displays on physician decision making: a pilot study.


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    New computer-based tools for empiric antibiotic decision support.

    • H. Warner, Jr. ;
    • S. R. Blue ;
    • D. Sorenson ;
    • L. Reimer ;
    • L. Li ;
    • M. Nelson ;
    • M. Barton ;
    • H. Warner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    New computer-based tools for empiric antibiotic decision support.


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    Advanced alerting features: displaying new relevant data and retracting alerts.

    • G. J. Kuperman ;
    • F. L. Hiltz ;
    • J. M. Teich

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Advanced alerting features: displaying new relevant data and retracting alerts.


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    Evaluation of a decision support system for pressure ulcer prevention and management: preliminary findings.

    • R. D. Zielstorff ;
    • G. Estey ;
    • A. Vickery ;
    • G. Hamilton ;
    • J. B. Fitzmaurice ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluation of a decision support system for pressure ulcer prevention and management: preliminary findings.


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    Using data mining to characterize DNA mutations by patient clinical features.

    • S. Evans ;
    • S. J. Lemon ;
    • C. Deters ;
    • R. M. Fusaro ;
    • C. Durham ;
    • C. Snyder ;
    • H. T. Lynch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using data mining to characterize DNA mutations by patient clinical features.


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    A decision support system for microbiology quality control.

    • B. R. Jackson ;
    • J. D. Schwartzman ;
    • D. E. Zuaro ;
    • E. K. Shultz

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A decision support system for microbiology quality control.


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    Changes in diagnostic decision-making after a computerized decision support consultation based on perceptions of need and helpfulness: a preliminary report.

    • F. M. Wolf ;
    • C. P. Friedman ;
    • A. S. Elstein ;
    • J. G. Miller ;
    • G. C. Murphy ;
    • P. Heckerling ;
    • P. Fine ;
    • T. Miller ;
    • J. Sisson ;
    • S. Barlas ;
    • A. Capitano ;
    • M. Ng ;
    • T. Franz

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Changes in diagnostic decision-making after a computerized decision support consultation based on perceptions of need and helpfulness: a preliminary report.


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    A qualitative study of clinicians ways of using a decision-support system.

    • D. Karlsson ;
    • C. Ekdahl ;
    • O. Wigertz ;
    • U. Forsum

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A qualitative study of clinicians ways of using a decision-support system.


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    Assessing the value of newer pharmacologic agents in non-ST elevation patients: a decision support system application.

    • E. L. Eisenstein ;
    • E. D. Peterson ;
    • J. G. Jollis ;
    • B. E. Tardiff ;
    • R. M. Califf ;
    • J. D. Knight ;
    • D. B. Mark

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Assessing the value of newer pharmacologic agents in non-ST elevation patients: a decision support system application.


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    Mixed integer programming optimization models for brachytherapy treatment planning.

    • R. J. Gallagher ;
    • E. K. Lee

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Mixed integer programming optimization models for brachytherapy treatment planning.


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    Operationalization of clinical practice guidelines using fuzzy logic.

    • J. C. Liu ;
    • R. N. Shiffman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Operationalization of clinical practice guidelines using fuzzy logic.


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    HyperCare: a prototype of an active database for compliance with essential hypertension therapy guidelines.

    • P. V. Caironi ;
    • L. Portoni ;
    • C. Combi ;
    • F. Pinciroli ;
    • S. Ceri

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    HyperCare: a prototype of an active database for compliance with essential hypertension therapy guidelines.


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    A prototype Web site for immunization knowledge maintenance.

    • P. L. Miller ;
    • S. J. Frawley ;
    • C. Brandt ;
    • F. G. Sayward

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A prototype Web site for immunization knowledge maintenance.


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    A temporal database mediator for protocol-based decision support.

    • J. H. Nguyen ;
    • Y. Shahar ;
    • S. W. Tu ;
    • A. K. Das ;
    • M. A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A temporal database mediator for protocol-based decision support.


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    Creating an environment for linking knowledge-based systems to a clinical database: a suite of tools.

    • A. Wilcox ;
    • G. Hripcsak ;
    • C. Chen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Creating an environment for linking knowledge-based systems to a clinical database: a suite of tools.


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    Towards improved knowledge sharing: assessment of the HL7 Reference Information Model to support medical logic module queries.

    • R. A. Jenders ;
    • W. Sujansky ;
    • C. A. Broverman ;
    • M. Chadwick

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards improved knowledge sharing: assessment of the HL7 Reference Information Model to support medical logic module queries.


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    Generation of development environments for the Arden Syntax.

    • M. Bång ;
    • H. Eriksson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Generation of development environments for the Arden Syntax.


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    Experiences in deployment of a Web-based CIS for referring physicians.

    • R. Kittredge ;
    • U. Rabbani ;
    • F. Melanson ;
    • O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Experiences in deployment of a Web-based CIS for referring physicians.


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    Do electronic mail discussion lists act as virtual colleagues?

    • E. R. Worth ;
    • T. B. Patrick

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Do electronic mail discussion lists act as virtual colleagues?


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    Making effective referrals: a knowledge-management approach.

    • J. S. Einbinder ;
    • D. A. Klein ;
    • C. S. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Making effective referrals: a knowledge-management approach.


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    Practical lessons in remote connectivity.

    • A. Kouroubali ;
    • J. Starren ;
    • R. C. Barrows, Jr. ;
    • P. D. Clayton

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    Practical lessons in remote connectivity.


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    Patient-Centered Access to Secure Systems Online (PCASSO): a secure approach to clinical data access via the World Wide Web.

    • D. R. Masys ;
    • D. B. Baker

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    Patient-Centered Access to Secure Systems Online (PCASSO): a secure approach to clinical data access via the World Wide Web.


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    A strategy for the development of secure telemedicine applications.

    • R. S. Raman ;
    • R. Reddy ;
    • V. Jagannathan ;
    • S. Reddy ;
    • K. J. Cleetus ;
    • K. Srinivas

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    A strategy for the development of secure telemedicine applications.


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    Virtual consolidation of Boston's Beth Israel and New England Deaconess Hospitals via the World Wide Web.

    • J. D. Halamka ;
    • C. Safran

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    Virtual consolidation of Boston's Beth Israel and New England Deaconess Hospitals via the World Wide Web.


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    Clinical communication among health providers and systems using Web tools.

    • J. R. Flanagan ;
    • R. R. Montgomery

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    Clinical communication among health providers and systems using Web tools.


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    The PartnerWeb Project: a component-based approach to enterprise-wide information integration and dissemination.

    • T. H. Karson ;
    • C. Perkins ;
    • C. Dixon ;
    • J. P. Ehresman ;
    • G. L. Mammone ;
    • L. Sato ;
    • J. L. Schaffer ;
    • R. A. Greenes

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    The PartnerWeb Project: a component-based approach to enterprise-wide information integration and dissemination.


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    The importance of Java and CORBA in medicine.

    • D. W. Forslund ;
    • J. L. Cook

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    The importance of Java and CORBA in medicine.


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    A virtual repository approach to clinical and utilization studies: application in mammography as alternative to a national database.

    • L. Ohno-Machado ;
    • A. A. Boxwala ;
    • J. Ehresman ;
    • D. N. Smith ;
    • R. A. Greenes

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A virtual repository approach to clinical and utilization studies: application in mammography as alternative to a national database.


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    HOLON: a Web-based framework for fostering guideline applications.

    • B. G. Silverman ;
    • K. Moidu ;
    • B. E. Clemente ;
    • L. Reis ;
    • D. Ravichandar ;
    • C. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    HOLON: a Web-based framework for fostering guideline applications.


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    Telemedicine for AIDS patients accommodations.

    • J. F. Kulik ;
    • X. De la Tribonniére ;
    • N. Bricon-Souf ;
    • R. J. Beuscart ;
    • Y. Mouton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Telemedicine for AIDS patients accommodations.


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    Mobile Telemedicine Testbed.

    • D. M. Gagliano ;
    • Y. Xiao

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    Mobile Telemedicine Testbed.


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    A decentralized, community-based design for statewide immunization registries in Minnesota.

    • M. LaVenture ;
    • N. Wicklin ;
    • T. Schillo ;
    • L. Gatewood

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    A decentralized, community-based design for statewide immunization registries in Minnesota.


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    Supporting shared care for diabetes patients. The synapses solution.

    • P. J. Toussaint ;
    • M. Kalshoven ;
    • M. Ros ;
    • H. Van der Kolk ;
    • O. Weier

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Supporting shared care for diabetes patients. The synapses solution.


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    Efficacy of tele-endoscopy in a rural capitated market.

    • P. L. Moses ;
    • J. J. McGowan ;
    • M. A. Ricci

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    Efficacy of tele-endoscopy in a rural capitated market.


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    Desktop teleradiology in support of rural orthopedic trauma care.

    • J. G. Reid ;
    • J. J. McGowan ;
    • M. A. Ricci ;
    • G. McFarlane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Desktop teleradiology in support of rural orthopedic trauma care.


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    Evaluation of clinical data by remote observation in trauma.

    • J. A. Aucar ;
    • R. T. Villavicencio ;
    • M. J. Wall, Jr. ;
    • K. R. Liscum ;
    • T. S. Granchi ;
    • K. L. Mattox

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluation of clinical data by remote observation in trauma.


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    Telematics in the neonatal ICU and beyond: improving care for high-risk newborns and their families.

    • J. Gray ;
    • P. C. Jones ;
    • M. Phillips ;
    • P. Gertman ;
    • D. Veroff ;
    • C. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Telematics in the neonatal ICU and beyond: improving care for high-risk newborns and their families.


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    Application of UMLS indexing systems to a WWW-based tool for indexing of digital images.

    • C. Hatton ;
    • J. Woods ;
    • R. Dhir ;
    • S. Bastacky ;
    • J. Epstein ;
    • G. Miller ;
    • J. Greenson ;
    • K. Wojno ;
    • M. Becich

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Application of UMLS indexing systems to a WWW-based tool for indexing of digital images.


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    Documenting the information content of images.

    • W. D. Bidgood, Jr

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Documenting the information content of images.


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    Evaluation of a visualization-based approach to functional brain mapping.

    • B. Modayur ;
    • R. Jakobovits ;
    • K. Maravilla ;
    • G. Ojemann ;
    • J. Brinkley

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    Evaluation of a visualization-based approach to functional brain mapping.


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    Representation of the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Minimal Standard Terminology in the SNOMED DICOM microglossary.

    • L. Y. Korman ;
    • W. D. Bidgood, Jr

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Representation of the Gastrointestinal Endoscopy Minimal Standard Terminology in the SNOMED DICOM microglossary.


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    Critical success factors for a hospital-wide PACS.

    • U. Schrader ;
    • E. Kotter ;
    • E. Pelikan ;
    • A. Zaiss ;
    • U. Timmermann ;
    • R. Klar

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Critical success factors for a hospital-wide PACS.


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    Acceptability and usage patterns of an image analysis workstation.

    • A. A. Boxwala ;
    • C. P. Friedman ;
    • D. S. Fritsch ;
    • J. G. Rosenman ;
    • E. L. Chaney

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Acceptability and usage patterns of an image analysis workstation.


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    The Virtual Microscope.

    • R. Ferreira ;
    • B. Moon ;
    • J. Humphries ;
    • A. Sussman ;
    • J. Saltz ;
    • R. Miller ;
    • A. Demarzo

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The Virtual Microscope.


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    Managing medical research data with a Web-Interfacing Repository Manager.

    • R. M. Jakobovits ;
    • J. F. Brinkley

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Managing medical research data with a Web-Interfacing Repository Manager.


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    Automated measurement of retinal vascular tortuosity.

    • W. E. Hart ;
    • M. Goldbaum ;
    • B. Côté ;
    • P. Kube ;
    • M. R. Nelson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automated measurement of retinal vascular tortuosity.


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    Modeling mechanical cardiopulmonary interactions for virtual environments.

    • J. M. Kaye

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modeling mechanical cardiopulmonary interactions for virtual environments.


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    Using 3-D shape models to guide segmentation of MR brain images.

    • K. P. Hinshaw ;
    • J. F. Brinkley

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    Using 3-D shape models to guide segmentation of MR brain images.


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    Automatic detection of cardiac contours on MR images using fuzzy logic and dynamic programming.

    • A. Lalande ;
    • L. Legrand ;
    • P. M. Walker ;
    • M. C. Jaulent ;
    • F. Guy ;
    • Y. Cottin ;
    • F. Brunotte

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automatic detection of cardiac contours on MR images using fuzzy logic and dynamic programming.


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    Dynamic organization of search results using the UMLS.

    • W. Pratt

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Dynamic organization of search results using the UMLS.


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    Query expansion using the UMLS Metathesaurus.

    • A. R. Aronson ;
    • T. C. Rindflesch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Query expansion using the UMLS Metathesaurus.


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    MedWeaver: integrating decision support, literature searching, and Web exploration using the UMLS Metathesaurus.

    • W. M. Detmer ;
    • G. O. Barnett ;
    • W. R. Hersh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    MedWeaver: integrating decision support, literature searching, and Web exploration using the UMLS Metathesaurus.


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    A UMLS-based method for integrating information databases into an Intranet.

    • F. Volot ;
    • M. Joubert ;
    • M. Fieschi ;
    • D. Fieschi

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A UMLS-based method for integrating information databases into an Intranet.


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    Standardized problem list generation, utilizing the Mayo canonical vocabulary embedded within the Unified Medical Language System.

    • P. L. Elkin ;
    • D. N. Mohr ;
    • M. S. Tuttle ;
    • W. G. Cole ;
    • G. E. Atkin ;
    • K. Keck ;
    • T. B. Fisk ;
    • B. H. Kaihoi ;
    • K. E. Lee ;
    • M. C. Higgins ;
    • H. J. Suermondt ;
    • N. Olson ;
    • P. L. Claus ;
    • P. C. Carpenter ;
    • C. G. Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Standardized problem list generation, utilizing the Mayo canonical vocabulary embedded within the Unified Medical Language System.


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    The Stanford Health Information Network for Education: integrated information for decision making and learning.

    • P. R. Hubbs ;
    • M. Tsai ;
    • P. Dev ;
    • P. Godin ;
    • J. G. Olyarchuk ;
    • D. Nag ;
    • G. Linder ;
    • T. C. Rindfleisch ;
    • K. L. Melmon

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The Stanford Health Information Network for Education: integrated information for decision making and learning.


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    Puya: a method of attracting attention to relevant physical findings.

    • W. D. de Estrada ;
    • S. Murphy ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Puya: a method of attracting attention to relevant physical findings.


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    Comparing SNOMED and ICPC retrieval accuracies using relational database models.

    • Y. A. Lussier ;
    • M. Bourque

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Comparing SNOMED and ICPC retrieval accuracies using relational database models.


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    Conceptual mapping of user's queries to medical subject headings.

    • Y. L. Zieman ;
    • H. L. Bleich

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Conceptual mapping of user's queries to medical subject headings.


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    Virtual shelves. II: A unified catalog for a heterogeneous collection.

    • T. B. Patrick ;
    • D. Moxley ;
    • G. K. Allen ;
    • J. Anderson ;
    • S. Kuster

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Virtual shelves. II: A unified catalog for a heterogeneous collection.


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    Supporting infobuttons with terminological knowledge.

    • J. J. Cimino ;
    • G. Elhanan ;
    • Q. Zeng

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Supporting infobuttons with terminological knowledge.


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    A method for representing search results in three dimensions.

    • M. H. Miller

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    A method for representing search results in three dimensions.


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    A Java-based multi-institutional medical information retrieval system.

    • K. Wang ;
    • F. J. van Wingerde ;
    • K. Bradshaw ;
    • P. Szolovits ;
    • I. Kohane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A Java-based multi-institutional medical information retrieval system.


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    Internet access to a medical case repository for teaching and analysis.

    • H. Kindler ;
    • T. M. Fliedner ;
    • D. Densow

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Internet access to a medical case repository for teaching and analysis.


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    The Healthcare Administrator's Associate: an experiment in distributed healthcare information systems.

    • J. Fowler ;
    • G. Martin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The Healthcare Administrator's Associate: an experiment in distributed healthcare information systems.


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    Linking a clinical system to heterogeneous information resources.

    • Q. Zeng ;
    • J. J. Cimino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Linking a clinical system to heterogeneous information resources.


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    Conducting the NLM/AHCPR Large Scale Vocabulary Test: a distributed Internet-based experiment.

    • A. T. McCray ;
    • M. L. Cheh ;
    • A. K. Bangalore ;
    • K. Rafei ;
    • A. M. Razi ;
    • G. Divita ;
    • P. Z. Stavri

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Conducting the NLM/AHCPR Large Scale Vocabulary Test: a distributed Internet-based experiment.


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    Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Utah consortium participation in the NLM/AHCPR Large Scale Vocabulary Test.

    • J. C. Eagon ;
    • E. Ortiz ;
    • K. A. Zollo ;
    • J. Hurdle ;
    • M. J. Lincoln

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Department of Veterans Affairs, University of Utah consortium participation in the NLM/AHCPR Large Scale Vocabulary Test.


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    A clinically derived terminology: qualification to reduction.

    • C. G. Chute ;
    • P. L. Elkin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A clinically derived terminology: qualification to reduction.


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    WWW-available conceptual integration of medical terminologies: the ONIONS experience.

    • D. M. Pisanelli ;
    • A. Gangemi ;
    • G. Steve

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    WWW-available conceptual integration of medical terminologies: the ONIONS experience.


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    Assessing the feasibility of large-scale natural language processing in a corpus of ordinary medical records: a lexical analysis.

    • W. R. Hersh ;
    • E. M. Campbell ;
    • S. E. Malveau

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Assessing the feasibility of large-scale natural language processing in a corpus of ordinary medical records: a lexical analysis.


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    Corpus-based identification and refinement of semantic classes.

    • A. Nazarenko ;
    • P. Zweigenbaum ;
    • J. Bouaud ;
    • B. Habert

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Corpus-based identification and refinement of semantic classes.


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    Evaluating a normalized conceptual representation produced from natural language patient discharge summaries.

    • P. Zweigenbaum ;
    • J. Bouaud ;
    • B. Bachimont ;
    • J. Charlet ;
    • J. F. Boisvieux

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating a normalized conceptual representation produced from natural language patient discharge summaries.


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    Towards a comprehensive medical language processing system: methods and issues.

    • C. Friedman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards a comprehensive medical language processing system: methods and issues.


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    Maintaining the integrity of a Web-based medical vocabulary glossary.

    • R. M. Aryel ;
    • J. Cai ;
    • H. C. Chueh ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Maintaining the integrity of a Web-based medical vocabulary glossary.


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    Development of a change model for a controlled medical vocabulary.

    • D. E. Oliver ;
    • Y. Shahar

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Development of a change model for a controlled medical vocabulary.


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    Terminological systems: bridging the generation gap.

    • J. E. Rogers ;
    • A. L. Rector

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Terminological systems: bridging the generation gap.


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    Semantic quality through semantic definition: refining the Read Codes through internal consistency.

    • E. B. Schulz ;
    • J. W. Barrett ;
    • C. Price

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Semantic quality through semantic definition: refining the Read Codes through internal consistency.


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    Compositional and enumerative designs for medical language representation.

    • A. M. Rassinoux ;
    • R. A. Miller ;
    • R. H. Baud ;
    • J. R. Scherrer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Compositional and enumerative designs for medical language representation.


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    Formative evaluation of a frame-based model of locative relationships in human anatomy.

    • C. A. Bean

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Formative evaluation of a frame-based model of locative relationships in human anatomy.


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    Partitioning a vocabulary's IS-A hierarchy into trees.

    • H. Gu ;
    • Y. Perl ;
    • J. Geller ;
    • M. Halper ;
    • J. J. Cimino ;
    • M. Singh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Partitioning a vocabulary's IS-A hierarchy into trees.


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    SGML as a message interchange format in healthcare.

    • R. H. Dolin ;
    • L. Alschuler ;
    • T. Bray ;
    • J. E. Mattison

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SGML as a message interchange format in healthcare.


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    SNOMED RT: a reference terminology for health care.

    • K. A. Spackman ;
    • K. E. Campbell ;
    • R. A. Côté

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SNOMED RT: a reference terminology for health care.


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    Evaluating the terminology requirements to support multi-disciplinary diabetes care.

    • P. J. Brown ;
    • C. Price ;
    • P. H. Sonksen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating the terminology requirements to support multi-disciplinary diabetes care.


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    Conceptual schemata for terminology: a continuum from headings to values in patient records and messages.

    • A. R. Mori ;
    • E. Galeazzi ;
    • F. Consorti ;
    • W. D. Bidgood, Jr

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Conceptual schemata for terminology: a continuum from headings to values in patient records and messages.


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    Expressiveness of the Breast Imaging Reporting and Database System (BI-RADS).

    • J. Starren ;
    • S. M. Johnson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Expressiveness of the Breast Imaging Reporting and Database System (BI-RADS).


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    Teaching skills for accessing and interpreting information from systematic reviews/meta-analyses, practice guidelines, and the Internet.

    • F. M. Wolf ;
    • J. G. Miller ;
    • L. D. Gruppen ;
    • W. D. Ensminger

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Teaching skills for accessing and interpreting information from systematic reviews/meta-analyses, practice guidelines, and the Internet.


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    A decision analytic method for scoring performance on computer-based patient simulations.

    • S. M. Downs ;
    • C. P. Friedman ;
    • F. Marasigan ;
    • G. Gartner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A decision analytic method for scoring performance on computer-based patient simulations.


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    Meeting the information needs of patients: results from a patient focus group.

    • P. C. Tang ;
    • C. Newcomb ;
    • S. Gorden ;
    • N. Kreider

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Meeting the information needs of patients: results from a patient focus group.


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    Implementing computers in ambulatory care: implications of physician practice patterns for system design.

    • C. E. Aydin ;
    • D. E. Forsythe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementing computers in ambulatory care: implications of physician practice patterns for system design.


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    Factors affecting the diffusion of the Computer-Based Patient Record.

    • J. S. Ash

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Factors affecting the diffusion of the Computer-Based Patient Record.


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    Improving information management in family practice: testing an adult learning model.

    • S. Teasdale ;
    • M. Bainbridge

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Improving information management in family practice: testing an adult learning model.


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    E-mail access to NetCME: implementation of server push paradigm.

    • K. W. McEnery ;
    • J. E. Grossman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    E-mail access to NetCME: implementation of server push paradigm.


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    Performance support concepts for Web-based informatics instruction.

    • L. Goodwin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Performance support concepts for Web-based informatics instruction.


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    Implementing cognitive learning strategies in computer-based educational technology: a proposed system.

    • M. J. Wang ;
    • P. B. Contino ;
    • E. S. Ramirez

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementing cognitive learning strategies in computer-based educational technology: a proposed system.


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    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".

    • B. Hershkovitz

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    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".


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    Probabilistic predictions of penetrating injury to anatomic structures.

    • O. Ogunyemi ;
    • B. Webber ;
    • J. R. Clarke

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Probabilistic predictions of penetrating injury to anatomic structures.


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    Controlled vocabulary and design of laboratory results displays.

    • G. Elhanan ;
    • J. J. Cimino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Controlled vocabulary and design of laboratory results displays.


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    Word frequency analysis of dictated clinical data: a user-centered approach to the design of a structured data entry interface.

    • C. Kreis ;
    • P. Gorman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Word frequency analysis of dictated clinical data: a user-centered approach to the design of a structured data entry interface.


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    Lightweight, mobile E-mail for intra-clinic communication.

    • R. D. Acuff ;
    • L. M. Fagan ;
    • T. C. Rindfleisch ;
    • B. J. Levitt ;
    • P. M. Ford

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Lightweight, mobile E-mail for intra-clinic communication.


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    Integrating communicative goals for real-time clinical decision support.

    • S. Carberry ;
    • T. Harvey ;
    • J. R. Clarke

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Integrating communicative goals for real-time clinical decision support.


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    Acceptance of a speech interface for biomedical data collection.

    • M. A. Grasso ;
    • D. Ebert ;
    • T. Finin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Acceptance of a speech interface for biomedical data collection.


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    Iterative usability testing: ensuring a usable clinical workstation.

    • J. M. Coble ;
    • J. Karat ;
    • M. J. Orland ;
    • M. G. Kahn

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Iterative usability testing: ensuring a usable clinical workstation.


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    The availability of unavailable information.

    • M. M. Kuilboer ;
    • J. van der Lei ;
    • A. M. Bohnen ;
    • J. H. van Bemmel

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The availability of unavailable information.


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    Design considerations in migrating an obstetrics clinical record to the Web.

    • D. A. Berkowicz ;
    • H. C. Chueh ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Design considerations in migrating an obstetrics clinical record to the Web.


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    Experiences with ARTEMIS--an Internet-based telemedicine system.

    • S. Reddy ;
    • M. Niewiadomska-Bugaj ;
    • Y. V. Reddy ;
    • H. C. Galfalvy ;
    • V. Jagannathan ;
    • R. Raman ;
    • K. Srinivas ;
    • R. Shank ;
    • T. Davis ;
    • S. Friedman ;
    • B. Merkin ;
    • M. Kilkenny

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Experiences with ARTEMIS--an Internet-based telemedicine system.


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    Implementing NCEP guidelines in a Web-based disease-management system.

    • F. C. Tsui ;
    • M. Wagner ;
    • M. E. Thompson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementing NCEP guidelines in a Web-based disease-management system.


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    SecondOpinion: interactive Web-based access to a decision model.

    • G. C. Scott ;
    • D. J. Cher ;
    • L. A. Lenert

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SecondOpinion: interactive Web-based access to a decision model.


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    SAM: speech-aware applications in medicine to support structured data entry.

    • A. K. Wormek ;
    • J. Ingenerf ;
    • H. F. Orthner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SAM: speech-aware applications in medicine to support structured data entry.


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    Can data representation and interface demands be reconciled? Approach in ORCA.

    • A. M. Ginneken van ;
    • M. De Wilde ;
    • E. M. van Mulligen ;
    • H. Stam

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Can data representation and interface demands be reconciled? Approach in ORCA.


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    Preserving context in a multi-tasking clinical environment: a pilot implementation.

    • D. F. Sittig ;
    • J. M. Teich ;
    • J. A. Yungton ;
    • H. C. Chueh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Preserving context in a multi-tasking clinical environment: a pilot implementation.


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    Data collection and information presentation for optimal decision making by clinical managers--the Autocontrol Project.

    • A. M. Grant ;
    • Y. Richard ;
    • E. Deland ;
    • N. Després ;
    • F. De Lorenzi ;
    • A. Dagenais ;
    • M. Buteau

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Data collection and information presentation for optimal decision making by clinical managers--the Autocontrol Project.


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    Web-based data integration and annotation in the intensive care unit.

    • P. R. Norris ;
    • B. M. Dawant ;
    • A. Geissbuhler

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Web-based data integration and annotation in the intensive care unit.


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    Web client and ODBC access to legacy database information: a low cost approach.

    • N. W. Sanders ;
    • N. H. Mann ;
    • D. M. Spengler

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Web client and ODBC access to legacy database information: a low cost approach.


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    Electronic forms: benefits drawbacks of a World Wide Web-based approach to data entry.

    • S. N. Luxenberg ;
    • D. D. DuBois ;
    • C. G. Fraley ;
    • R. R. Hamburgh ;
    • X. L. Huang ;
    • P. D. Clayton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Electronic forms: benefits drawbacks of a World Wide Web-based approach to data entry.


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    Meeting clinician information needs by integrating access to the medical record and knowledge resources via the Web.

    • P. Tarczy-Hornoch ;
    • T. S. Kwan-Gett ;
    • L. Fouche ;
    • J. Hoath ;
    • S. Fuller ;
    • K. N. Ibrahim ;
    • D. S. Ketchell ;
    • J. P. LoGerfo ;
    • H. I. Goldberg

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Meeting clinician information needs by integrating access to the medical record and knowledge resources via the Web.


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    A natural language parsing system for encoding admitting diagnoses.

    • P. J. Haug ;
    • L. Christensen ;
    • M. Gundersen ;
    • B. Clemons ;
    • S. Koehler ;
    • K. Bauer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A natural language parsing system for encoding admitting diagnoses.


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    Text structures in medical text processing: empirical evidence and a text understanding prototype.

    • U. Hahn ;
    • M. Romacker

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Text structures in medical text processing: empirical evidence and a text understanding prototype.


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    Searching for information on the Internet using the UMLS and Medical World Search.

    • H. H. Suarez ;
    • X. Hao ;
    • I. F. Chang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Searching for information on the Internet using the UMLS and Medical World Search.


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    Identification of findings suspicious for breast cancer based on natural language processing of mammogram reports.

    • N. L. Jain ;
    • C. Friedman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Identification of findings suspicious for breast cancer based on natural language processing of mammogram reports.


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