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    Health and the National Information Infrastructure

    • Don E. Detmer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Health and the National Information Infrastructure


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    The next generation Internet and health care: a civics lesson for the informatics community.

    • E. H. Shortliffe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The next generation Internet and health care: a civics lesson for the informatics community.


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    G7: a framework for international cooperation in medical informatics.

    • D. A. Lindberg ;
    • E. R. Siegel

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    G7: a framework for international cooperation in medical informatics.


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    Clinical information systems for integrated healthcare networks.

    • J. M. Teich

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical information systems for integrated healthcare networks.


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    Interface design for health care environments: the role of cognitive science.

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

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Interface design for health care environments: the role of cognitive science.


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    Information retrieval at the millenium.

    • W. Hersh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Information retrieval at the millenium.


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    Modern architectures for intelligent systems: reusable ontologies and problem-solving methods.

    • M. A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modern architectures for intelligent systems: reusable ontologies and problem-solving methods.


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    Bioinformatics in support of molecular medicine.

    • R. B. Altman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Bioinformatics in support of molecular medicine.


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    Clinical data exchange standards and vocabularies for messages.

    • S. M. Huff

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical data exchange standards and vocabularies for messages.


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    The Copernican era of healthcare terminology: a re-centering of health information systems.

    • C. G. Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The Copernican era of healthcare terminology: a re-centering of health information systems.


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    LifeLines: using visualization to enhance navigation and analysis of patient records.

    • C. Plaisant ;
    • R. Mushlin ;
    • A. Snyder ;
    • J. Li ;
    • D. Heller ;
    • B. Shneiderman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    LifeLines: using visualization to enhance navigation and analysis of patient records.


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    Clinical data entry.

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

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical data entry.


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    User interface preferences in a point-of-care data system.

    • R. B. Melles ;
    • T. Cooper, 3rd ;
    • G. Peredy

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    User interface preferences in a point-of-care data system.


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    Identification of design features to enhance utilization and acceptance of systems for Internet-based decision support at the point of care.

    • C. S. Gadd ;
    • P. Baskaran ;
    • D. F. Lobach

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Identification of design features to enhance utilization and acceptance of systems for Internet-based decision support at the point of care.


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    Potential for meeting clinician information requirements in an intensive care unit (ICU) via the web.

    • A. G. Randolph ;
    • J. Kane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Potential for meeting clinician information requirements in an intensive care unit (ICU) via the web.


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    Using web technology and Java mobile software agents to manage outside referrals.

    • S. N. Murphy ;
    • T. Ng ;
    • D. F. Sittig ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using web technology and Java mobile software agents to manage outside referrals.


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    Clinical event management using push technology--implementation and evaluation at two health care centers.

    • H. R. Warner, Jr ;
    • S. Miller ;
    • K. Jennings ;
    • H. Lundsgaarde ;
    • P. Pincetl ;
    • E. N. Robinson, Jr ;
    • J. Sommers ;
    • C. Childress

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical event management using push technology--implementation and evaluation at two health care centers.


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    The effect of telemedicine on neonatal intensive care unit length of stay in very low birthweight infants.

    • M. C. Rendina

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The effect of telemedicine on neonatal intensive care unit length of stay in very low birthweight infants.


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    Component architecture for web based EMR applications.

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

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Component architecture for web based EMR applications.


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    Architecture for a Web-based clinical information system that keeps the design open and the access closed.

    • J. J. Cimino ;
    • S. Sengupta ;
    • P. D. Clayton ;
    • V. L. Patel ;
    • A. Kushniruk ;
    • X. Huang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Architecture for a Web-based clinical information system that keeps the design open and the access closed.


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    Use of the WWW for distributed knowledge engineering for an EMR: the KnowledgeBank concept.

    • B. Middleton ;
    • J. Anderson ;
    • J. Fletcher ;
    • F. E. Masarie, Jr ;
    • M. K. Leavitt

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Use of the WWW for distributed knowledge engineering for an EMR: the KnowledgeBank concept.


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    Development of a web based electronic patient record extending accessibility to clinical information and integrating ancillary applications.

    • D. J. Wang ;
    • K. B. Harkness ;
    • C. Allshouse ;
    • L. Elliot ;
    • S. Szekalski ;
    • S. F. Mandell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Development of a web based electronic patient record extending accessibility to clinical information and integrating ancillary applications.


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    Mobile workers in healthcare and their information needs: are 2-way pagers the answer?

    • S. A. Eisenstadt ;
    • M. M. Wagner ;
    • W. R. Hogan ;
    • M. C. Pankaskie ;
    • F. C. Tsui ;
    • W. Wilbright

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Mobile workers in healthcare and their information needs: are 2-way pagers the answer?


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    Preferences of interns and residents for E-mail, paging, or traditional methods for the delivery of different types of clinical information.

    • M. M. Wagner ;
    • S. A. Eisenstadt ;
    • W. R. Hogan ;
    • M. C. Pankaskie

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Preferences of interns and residents for E-mail, paging, or traditional methods for the delivery of different types of clinical information.


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    Development of a clinical event monitor for use with the Veterans Affairs Computerized Patient Record System and other data sources.

    • T. H. Payne ;
    • J. Savarino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Development of a clinical event monitor for use with the Veterans Affairs Computerized Patient Record System and other data sources.


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    The effects of an Electronic Medical Record on patient care: clinician attitudes in a large HMO.

    • P. D. Marshall ;
    • H. L. Chin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The effects of an Electronic Medical Record on patient care: clinician attitudes in a large HMO.


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    Knowledge-based visualization of time-oriented clinical data.

    • Y. Shahar ;
    • C. Cheng

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Knowledge-based visualization of time-oriented clinical data.


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    Mining biomedical time series by combining structural analysis and temporal abstractions.

    • R. Bellazzi ;
    • P. Magni ;
    • C. Larizza ;
    • G. De Nicolao ;
    • A. Riva ;
    • M. Stefanelli

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Mining biomedical time series by combining structural analysis and temporal abstractions.


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    The evolution of an integrated timeline for oncology patient healthcare.

    • A. A. Bui ;
    • D. R. Aberle ;
    • M. F. McNitt-Gray ;
    • A. F. Cardenas ;
    • J. Goldin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The evolution of an integrated timeline for oncology patient healthcare.


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    Temporal representation design principles: an assessment in the domain of liver transplantation.

    • C. F. Aliferis ;
    • G. F. Cooper

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Temporal representation design principles: an assessment in the domain of liver transplantation.


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    MYCIN II: design and implementation of a therapy reference with complex content-based indexing.

    • D. K. Kim ;
    • L. M. Fagan ;
    • K. T. Jones ;
    • D. C. Berrios ;
    • V. L. Yu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    MYCIN II: design and implementation of a therapy reference with complex content-based indexing.


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    Using computer modeling to help identify patient subgroups in clinical data repositories.

    • G. F. Cooper ;
    • B. G. Buchanan ;
    • M. Kayaalp ;
    • M. Saul ;
    • J. K. Vries

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using computer modeling to help identify patient subgroups in clinical data repositories.


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    Evaluating a computerized tool for coding patient information.

    • C. Bouchet ;
    • F. Empereur ;
    • F. Kohler

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating a computerized tool for coding patient information.


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    Self-contained patient data in ORCA to cope with an evolving vocabulary.

    • A. M. van Ginneken ;
    • P. W. Moorman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Self-contained patient data in ORCA to cope with an evolving vocabulary.


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    Qualification of discordant responses in utility assessment.

    • D. Steward ;
    • M. Davis

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Qualification of discordant responses in utility assessment.


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    Renewing information infrastructure at Hospital das Clínicas.

    • L. Moura ;
    • M. B. do Amaral ;
    • A. Lira ;
    • U. Tachinardi ;
    • A. C. Teixeira ;
    • J. Yamamoto

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Renewing information infrastructure at Hospital das Clínicas.


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    Costs and benefits of connecting community physicians to a hospital WAN.

    • A. Kouroubali ;
    • J. B. Starren ;
    • P. D. Clayton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Costs and benefits of connecting community physicians to a hospital WAN.


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    A software architecture to support a large-scale, multi-tier clinical information system.

    • J. A. Yungton ;
    • D. F. Sittig ;
    • P. Reilly ;
    • J. Pappas ;
    • S. Flammini ;
    • H. C. Chueh ;
    • J. M. Teich

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A software architecture to support a large-scale, multi-tier clinical information system.


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    Social equity and access to the World Wide Web and E-mail: implications for design and implementation of medical applications.

    • K. D. Mandl ;
    • S. B. Katz ;
    • I. S. Kohane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Social equity and access to the World Wide Web and E-mail: implications for design and implementation of medical applications.


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    Towards improving the accuracy of the clinical database: allowing outpatients to review their computerized data.

    • G. J. Kuperman ;
    • A. Sussman ;
    • L. I. Schneider ;
    • J. M. Fiskio ;
    • D. W. Bates

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards improving the accuracy of the clinical database: allowing outpatients to review their computerized data.


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    Pre- and post-control model research on end-users' satisfaction with an electronic medical record: preliminary results.

    • L. D. Gamm ;
    • C. K. Barsukiewicz ;
    • K. H. Dansky ;
    • J. J. Vasey ;
    • J. E. Bisordi ;
    • P. C. Thompson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Pre- and post-control model research on end-users' satisfaction with an electronic medical record: preliminary results.


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    Moving towards an electronic patient record: a survey to assess the needs of community family physicians.

    • H. R. Strasberg ;
    • F. Tudiver ;
    • A. M. Holbrook ;
    • G. Geiger ;
    • K. K. Keshavjee ;
    • S. Troyan

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Moving towards an electronic patient record: a survey to assess the needs of community family physicians.


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    Physician order entry in U.S. hospitals.

    • J. S. Ash ;
    • P. N. Gorman ;
    • W. R. Hersh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Physician order entry in U.S. hospitals.


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    What is an electronic patient record?

    • D. Gordon ;
    • G. Geiger ;
    • N. Lowe ;
    • J. Jickling

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    What is an electronic patient record?


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    Methodology for security development of an electronic prescription system.

    • J. Niinimäki ;
    • M. Savolainen ;
    • J. J. Forsström

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Methodology for security development of an electronic prescription system.


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    CATCH/IT: a data warehouse to support comprehensive assessment for tracking community health.

    • D. J. Berndt ;
    • A. R. Hevner ;
    • J. Studnicki

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    CATCH/IT: a data warehouse to support comprehensive assessment for tracking community health.


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    Evaluation of online documentation.

    • C. M. Prophet ;
    • M. E. Krall ;
    • G. K. Budreau ;
    • T. D. Gibbs ;
    • K. P. Walker ;
    • J. M. Eyman ;
    • M. J. Hafner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluation of online documentation.


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    Physician use of an ambulatory medical record system: matching form and function.

    • N. Folz-Murphy ;
    • M. Partin ;
    • L. Williams ;
    • C. M. Harris ;
    • M. S. Lauer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Physician use of an ambulatory medical record system: matching form and function.


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    Automated key process monitors for patient care documentation.

    • L. K. Heermann ;
    • T. D. East ;
    • A. Lugo ;
    • R. L. Bradshaw

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automated key process monitors for patient care documentation.


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    Process modelling and simulation for managing clinical care in the community.

    • S. Kay ;
    • N. R. Hardiker ;
    • S. Aldridge ;
    • B. C. Warboys ;
    • I. Robertson ;
    • A. Martinez-Garcia ;
    • M. Pentreath ;
    • M. Pitt

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Process modelling and simulation for managing clinical care in the community.


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    Extracting medical knowledge for a coded problem list vocabulary from the UMLS Knowledge Sources.

    • J. W. Hales ;
    • K. M. Schoeffler ;
    • D. P. Kessler

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Extracting medical knowledge for a coded problem list vocabulary from the UMLS Knowledge Sources.


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    Just-in-time coding of the problem list in a clinical environment.

    • J. J. Warren ;
    • J. Collins ;
    • C. Sorrentino ;
    • J. R. Campbell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Just-in-time coding of the problem list in a clinical environment.


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    Strategies for problem list implementation in a complex clinical enterprise.

    • J. R. Campbell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Strategies for problem list implementation in a complex clinical enterprise.


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    Modeling utilization of planned information technology.

    • T. D. Stettheimer ;
    • A. D. Cleveland

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modeling utilization of planned information technology.


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    Computerized management of diabetes: a synthesis of controlled trials.

    • E. A. Balas ;
    • S. A. Boren ;
    • G. Griffing

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Computerized management of diabetes: a synthesis of controlled trials.


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    Virtual clinical trials: case control experiments utilizing a health services research workstation.

    • M. G. Weiner ;
    • A. L. Hillman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Virtual clinical trials: case control experiments utilizing a health services research workstation.


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    Representing the work of medical protocols for organizational simulation.

    • D. B. Fridsma

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Representing the work of medical protocols for organizational simulation.


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    Linking information needs with evaluation: the role of task identification.

    • C. R. Weir

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Linking information needs with evaluation: the role of task identification.


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    Modifiable templates facilitate customization of physician order entry.

    • M. J. Franklin ;
    • D. F. Sittig ;
    • J. L. Schmiz ;
    • C. D. Spurr ;
    • D. Thomas ;
    • E. M. O'Connell ;
    • J. M. Teich

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modifiable templates facilitate customization of physician order entry.


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    Clinical application of the UMLS in a computerized order entry and decision-support system.

    • A. Geissbuhler ;
    • R. A. Miller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical application of the UMLS in a computerized order entry and decision-support system.


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    Problem focused knowledge navigation: implementing the problem focused medical record and the O-HEAP note.

    • K. C. Meyers ;
    • H. J. Miller ;
    • F. Naeymi-Rad

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Problem focused knowledge navigation: implementing the problem focused medical record and the O-HEAP note.


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    Implementation of an on-line Emergency Unit nursing system.

    • P. Q. Bourie ;
    • V. A. Ferrenberg ;
    • M. McKay ;
    • J. D. Halamka ;
    • C. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementation of an on-line Emergency Unit nursing system.


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    Patients' acceptance of Internet-based home asthma telemonitoring.

    • J. Finkelstein ;
    • G. Hripcsak ;
    • M. R. Cabrera

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Patients' acceptance of Internet-based home asthma telemonitoring.


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    Creation and maintenance of helix, a Web based database of medical genetics laboratories, to serve the needs of the genetics community.

    • P. Tarczy-Hornoch ;
    • M. L. Covington ;
    • J. Edwards ;
    • P. Shannon ;
    • S. Fuller ;
    • R. A. Pagon

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Creation and maintenance of helix, a Web based database of medical genetics laboratories, to serve the needs of the genetics community.


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    Nationwide telecare for diabetics: a pilot implementation of the HOLON architecture.

    • P. C. Jones ;
    • B. G. Silverman ;
    • M. Athanasoulis ;
    • D. Drucker ;
    • H. Goldberg ;
    • J. Marsh ;
    • C. Nguyen ;
    • D. Ravichandar ;
    • L. Reis ;
    • D. Rind ;
    • C. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Nationwide telecare for diabetics: a pilot implementation of the HOLON architecture.


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    Baby CareLink: development and implementation of a WWW-based system for neonatal home telemedicine.

    • J. Gray ;
    • G. Pompilio-Weitzner ;
    • P. C. Jones ;
    • Q. Wang ;
    • M. Coriat ;
    • C. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Baby CareLink: development and implementation of a WWW-based system for neonatal home telemedicine.


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    Health information identification and de-identification toolkit.

    • I. S. Kohane ;
    • H. Dong ;
    • P. Szolovits

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Health information identification and de-identification toolkit.


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    Vital signs services for secure telemedicine applications.

    • C. Sima ;
    • R. Raman ;
    • R. Reddy ;
    • W. Hunt ;
    • S. Reddy

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    Vital signs services for secure telemedicine applications.


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    Protecting clinical data on Web client computers: the PCASSO approach.

    • D. R. Masys ;
    • D. B. Baker

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    Protecting clinical data on Web client computers: the PCASSO approach.


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    Implementation of organizational practices to protect information in health organizations.

    • A. J. Olsen ;
    • D. Giuse ;
    • R. B. Borden ;
    • M. K. Miers ;
    • M. G. Reeves ;
    • W. W. Stead

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    Implementation of organizational practices to protect information in health organizations.


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    Extending contemporary decision support system designs to patient-oriented systems.

    • G. C. Scott ;
    • L. A. Lenert

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    Extending contemporary decision support system designs to patient-oriented systems.


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    Designing HeartCare: custom computerized home care for patients recovering from CABG surgery.

    • P. F. Brennan ;
    • B. Caldwell ;
    • S. M. Moore ;
    • N. Sreenath ;
    • J. Jones

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Designing HeartCare: custom computerized home care for patients recovering from CABG surgery.


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    CARE-PARTNER: a computerized knowledge-support system for stem-cell post-transplant long-term follow-up on the World-Wide-Web.

    • I. Bichindaritz ;
    • M. F. Siadak ;
    • J. Jocom ;
    • C. Moinpour ;
    • E. Kansu ;
    • G. Donaldson ;
    • N. Bush ;
    • M. Chapko ;
    • J. M. Bradshaw ;
    • K. M. Sullivan

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    CARE-PARTNER: a computerized knowledge-support system for stem-cell post-transplant long-term follow-up on the World-Wide-Web.


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    Linking multiple heterogeneous data sources to practice guidelines.

    • F. J. van Wingerde ;
    • Y. Sun ;
    • O. Harary ;
    • K. D. Mandl ;
    • S. Salem-Schatz ;
    • C. J. Homer ;
    • I. S. Kohane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Linking multiple heterogeneous data sources to practice guidelines.


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    Remote clinical assessment for acute trauma: an initial experience.

    • J. A. Aucar ;
    • R. Eastlack, 3rd ;
    • M. J. Wall, Jr ;
    • K. R. Liscum ;
    • T. S. Granchi ;
    • K. L. Mattox

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    Remote clinical assessment for acute trauma: an initial experience.


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    Managing care in an integrated delivery system via an Intranet.

    • J. D. Halamka ;
    • M. Hughes ;
    • J. Mack ;
    • M. Hurwitz ;
    • F. Davis ;
    • D. Wood ;
    • K. Borten ;
    • A. K. Saal

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    Managing care in an integrated delivery system via an Intranet.


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    HOLON: extending Web document libraries via objects in order to support the health information infrastructure. Health Object Library Online.

    • B. G. Silverman ;
    • P. Jones ;
    • C. Safran ;
    • L. Reis ;
    • D. Ravichandar ;
    • C. Andonyadis ;
    • H. Goldberg ;
    • J. Marsh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    HOLON: extending Web document libraries via objects in order to support the health information infrastructure. Health Object Library Online.


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    A component-based problem list subsystem for the HOLON testbed. Health Object Library Online.

    • V. Law ;
    • H. S. Goldberg ;
    • P. Jones ;
    • C. Safran

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    A component-based problem list subsystem for the HOLON testbed. Health Object Library Online.


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    Delivering labeled teaching images over the Web.

    • H. P. Lehmann ;
    • B. Nguyen ;
    • J. Freedman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Delivering labeled teaching images over the Web.


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    The digital anatomist structural abstraction: a scheme for the spatial description of anatomical entities.

    • P. J. Neal ;
    • L. G. Shapiro ;
    • C. Rosse

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    The digital anatomist structural abstraction: a scheme for the spatial description of anatomical entities.


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    Identification of anatomical terminology in medical text.

    • C. A. Sneiderman ;
    • T. C. Rindflesch ;
    • C. A. Bean

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    Identification of anatomical terminology in medical text.


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    Partonomies for interactive explorable 3D-models of anatomy.

    • R. Schubert ;
    • K. H. Höhne

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    Partonomies for interactive explorable 3D-models of anatomy.


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    Simulating patients with Parallel Health State Networks.

    • W. Sumner, 2nd ;
    • M. Truszczynski ;
    • V. W. Marek

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    Simulating patients with Parallel Health State Networks.


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    A qualitative model for computer-assisted instruction in cardiology.

    • N. Julen ;
    • P. Siregar ;
    • J. P. Sinteff ;
    • P. Le Beux

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    A qualitative model for computer-assisted instruction in cardiology.


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    Improving patient outcomes by including patient preferences in nursing care.

    • C. M. Ruland

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    Improving patient outcomes by including patient preferences in nursing care.


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    Child health records: are they valid and useful to children and pediatric practitioners?

    • C. S. Choi ;
    • P. F. Brennan ;
    • C. Kalish

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    Child health records: are they valid and useful to children and pediatric practitioners?


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    A vertical curriculum to teach the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of medical informatics.

    • J. McGowan ;
    • W. Raszka ;
    • J. Light ;
    • D. Magrane ;
    • D. O'Malley ;
    • T. Bertsch

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    A vertical curriculum to teach the knowledge, skills, and attitudes of medical informatics.


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    The dependence of educational infrastructure on clinical infrastructure.

    • C. Cimino

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    The dependence of educational infrastructure on clinical infrastructure.


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    An overview of the medical informatics curriculum in medical schools.

    • J. U. Espino ;
    • M. G. Levine

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    An overview of the medical informatics curriculum in medical schools.


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    Public health informatics: a CDC course for public health program managers.

    • P. W. O'Carroll ;
    • W. A. Yasnoff ;
    • W. Wilhoite

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    Public health informatics: a CDC course for public health program managers.


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    P-CAPE: a high-level tool for entering and processing clinical practice guidelines. Partners Computerized Algorithm and Editor.

    • R. D. Zielstorff ;
    • J. M. Teich ;
    • M. D. Paterno ;
    • M. Segal ;
    • G. J. Kuperman ;
    • F. L. Hiltz ;
    • R. L. Fox

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    P-CAPE: a high-level tool for entering and processing clinical practice guidelines. Partners Computerized Algorithm and Editor.


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    Intention-based critiquing of guideline-oriented medical care.

    • A. Advani ;
    • K. Lo ;
    • Y. Shahar

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    Intention-based critiquing of guideline-oriented medical care.


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    Hypertextual navigation operationalizing generic clinical practice guidelines for patient-specific therapeutic decisions.

    • J. Bouaud ;
    • B. Séroussi ;
    • E. C. Antoine ;
    • M. Gozy ;
    • D. Khayat ;
    • J. F. Boisvieux

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Hypertextual navigation operationalizing generic clinical practice guidelines for patient-specific therapeutic decisions.


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    Long-term changes in compliance with clinical guidelines through computer-based reminders.

    • M. M. Morgan ;
    • J. Goodson ;
    • G. O. Barnett

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Long-term changes in compliance with clinical guidelines through computer-based reminders.


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    Scaling an expert system data mart: more facilities in real-time.

    • L. A. McNamee ;
    • B. D. Launsby ;
    • M. E. Frisse ;
    • R. Lehmann ;
    • K. Ebker

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Scaling an expert system data mart: more facilities in real-time.


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    A graphical tool for ad hoc query generation.

    • K. Stoffel ;
    • J. D. Davis ;
    • G. Rottman ;
    • J. Saltz ;
    • J. Dick ;
    • W. Merz ;
    • R. Miller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A graphical tool for ad hoc query generation.


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    Large scale database scrubbing using object oriented software components.

    • R. L. Herting, Jr ;
    • M. R. Barnes

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Large scale database scrubbing using object oriented software components.


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    Assessing an AI knowledge-base for asymptomatic liver diseases.

    • A. Babic ;
    • U. Mathiesen ;
    • K. Hedin ;
    • G. Bodemar ;
    • O. Wigertz

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Assessing an AI knowledge-base for asymptomatic liver diseases.


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    Guideline generation from data by induction of decision tables using a Bayesian network framework.

    • S. Mani ;
    • M. J. Pazzani

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Guideline generation from data by induction of decision tables using a Bayesian network framework.


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    Improving machine learning performance by removing redundant cases in medical data sets.

    • L. Ohno-Machado ;
    • H. S. Fraser ;
    • A. Ohrn

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Improving machine learning performance by removing redundant cases in medical data sets.


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    Comparison of multiple prediction models for ambulation following spinal cord injury.

    • T. Rowland ;
    • L. Ohno-Machado ;
    • A. Ohrn

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Comparison of multiple prediction models for ambulation following spinal cord injury.


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    A comparison of neural network models for the prediction of the cost of care for acute coronary syndrome patients.

    • M. B. Ismael ;
    • E. L. Eisenstein ;
    • W. E. Hammond

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A comparison of neural network models for the prediction of the cost of care for acute coronary syndrome patients.


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    Modeling treatment of ischemic heart disease with partially observable Markov decision processes.

    • M. Hauskrecht ;
    • H. Fraser

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modeling treatment of ischemic heart disease with partially observable Markov decision processes.


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    Building manageable rough set classifiers.

    • A. Ohrn ;
    • L. Ohno-Machado ;
    • T. Rowland

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Building manageable rough set classifiers.


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    Automated knowledge acquisition from clinical databases based on rough sets and attribute-oriented generalization.

    • S. Tsumoto

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automated knowledge acquisition from clinical databases based on rough sets and attribute-oriented generalization.


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    New advances and validation of knowledge management tools for critical care using classifier techniques.

    • M. Frize ;
    • L. Wang ;
    • C. M. Ennett ;
    • B. G. Nickerson ;
    • F. G. Solven ;
    • M. Stevenson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    New advances and validation of knowledge management tools for critical care using classifier techniques.


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    Evolution of a knowledge base for a clinical decision support system encoded in the Arden Syntax.

    • R. A. Jenders ;
    • H. Huang ;
    • G. Hripcsak ;
    • P. D. Clayton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evolution of a knowledge base for a clinical decision support system encoded in the Arden Syntax.


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    Issues in accommodating national changes and local variation in a computer-based guideline for childhood immunization and in related knowledge maintenance tools.

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

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Issues in accommodating national changes and local variation in a computer-based guideline for childhood immunization and in related knowledge maintenance tools.


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    Automated knowledge extraction from the UMLS.

    • Q. Zeng ;
    • J. J. Cimino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automated knowledge extraction from the UMLS.


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    A computerized reminder for prophylaxis of deep vein thrombosis in surgical patients.

    • R. Patterson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A computerized reminder for prophylaxis of deep vein thrombosis in surgical patients.


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    Can low accuracy disease risk predictor models improve health care using decision support systems?

    • D. K. Benn ;
    • D. D. Dankel ;
    • S. H. Kostewicz

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Can low accuracy disease risk predictor models improve health care using decision support systems?


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    A fuzzy classification system to predict renal artery restenosis after angioplasty.

    • I. Cherrak ;
    • M. C. Jaulent ;
    • P. Degoulet

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A fuzzy classification system to predict renal artery restenosis after angioplasty.


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    Bayesian modeling for linking causally related observations in chest X-ray reports.

    • W. W. Chapman ;
    • P. J. Haug

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Bayesian modeling for linking causally related observations in chest X-ray reports.


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    The impact of modeling the dependencies among patient findings on classification accuracy and calibration.

    • S. Monti ;
    • G. F. Cooper

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The impact of modeling the dependencies among patient findings on classification accuracy and calibration.


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    MediAgent: a WWW-based scalable and self-learning medical search engine.

    • J. Tay ;
    • S. Ke ;
    • K. C. Lun

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    MediAgent: a WWW-based scalable and self-learning medical search engine.


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    A declarative explanation framework that uses a collection of visualization agents.

    • R. D. Shankar ;
    • S. W. Tu ;
    • M. A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A declarative explanation framework that uses a collection of visualization agents.


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    DXplain on the Internet.

    • G. O. Barnett ;
    • K. T. Famiglietti ;
    • R. J. Kim ;
    • E. P. Hoffer ;
    • M. J. Feldman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    DXplain on the Internet.


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    Consumer health informatics: knowledge engineering and evaluation studies of medical HouseCall.

    • O. Bouhaddou ;
    • J. G. Lambert ;
    • S. Miller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Consumer health informatics: knowledge engineering and evaluation studies of medical HouseCall.


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    Optimal use of communication channels in clinical event monitoring.

    • W. R. Hogan ;
    • M. M. Wagner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Optimal use of communication channels in clinical event monitoring.


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    Differential diagnoses of the heart disease program have better sensitivity than resident physicians.

    • H. S. Fraser ;
    • W. J. Long ;
    • S. Naimi

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Differential diagnoses of the heart disease program have better sensitivity than resident physicians.


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    Therapy planning as constraint satisfaction: a computer-based antiretroviral therapy advisor for the management of HIV.

    • D. S. Smith ;
    • J. Y. Park ;
    • M. A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Therapy planning as constraint satisfaction: a computer-based antiretroviral therapy advisor for the management of HIV.


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    Diagnosing community-acquired pneumonia with a Bayesian network.

    • D. Aronsky ;
    • P. J. Haug

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Diagnosing community-acquired pneumonia with a Bayesian network.


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    Towards interoperability of information sources within a hospital Intranet.

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

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards interoperability of information sources within a hospital Intranet.


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    Peer reviewing and curating the health care information infrastructure: experiences and recommendations.

    • M. P. D'Alessandro ;
    • A. M. Westenfield ;
    • D. M. D'Alessandro ;
    • P. R. Pomrehn ;
    • J. R. Galvin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Peer reviewing and curating the health care information infrastructure: experiences and recommendations.


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    MCM generator: a Java-based tool for generating medical metadata.

    • F. Munoz ;
    • W. Hersh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    MCM generator: a Java-based tool for generating medical metadata.


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    HCFA documentation guidelines and the need for discrete data: a golden opportunity for applied health informatics.

    • M. I. Taragin ;
    • M. Lauer ;
    • M. Savir ;
    • E. Sivan ;
    • D. Siesel ;
    • B. Aufgang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    HCFA documentation guidelines and the need for discrete data: a golden opportunity for applied health informatics.


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    Information needs research in the era of the digital medical library.

    • E. C. Lomax ;
    • H. J. Lowe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Information needs research in the era of the digital medical library.


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    Developing search strategies for detecting high quality reviews in a hypertext test collection.

    • M. P. Zacks ;
    • W. R. Hersh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Developing search strategies for detecting high quality reviews in a hypertext test collection.


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    Versatility of a multilingual and bi-directional approach for medical language processing.

    • A. M. Rassinoux ;
    • C. Lovis ;
    • R. H. Baud ;
    • J. R. Scherrer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Versatility of a multilingual and bi-directional approach for medical language processing.


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    SAPHIRE International: a tool for cross-language information retrieval.

    • W. R. Hersh ;
    • L. C. Donohoe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SAPHIRE International: a tool for cross-language information retrieval.


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    The integration of a novice user interface into a professional modeling tool.

    • S. Ramakrishnan ;
    • C. E. Hmelo ;
    • R. S. Day ;
    • W. E. Shirey ;
    • Q. Huang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The integration of a novice user interface into a professional modeling tool.


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    Contextual and temporal clinical guidelines.

    • A. Guarnero ;
    • M. Marzuoli ;
    • G. Molino ;
    • P. Terenziani ;
    • M. Torchio ;
    • K. Vanni

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Contextual and temporal clinical guidelines.


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    Electronic surveillance of disease states: a preliminary study in electronic detection of respiratory diseases in a primary care setting.

    • J. Hung ;
    • J. Posey ;
    • R. Freedman ;
    • T. Thorton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Electronic surveillance of disease states: a preliminary study in electronic detection of respiratory diseases in a primary care setting.


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    Design of a modular, extensible decision support system for arrhythmia therapy.

    • C. H. Cheng ;
    • G. D. Sanders ;
    • K. M. McDonald ;
    • P. A. Heidenreich ;
    • M. A. Hlatky ;
    • D. K. Owens

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    Design of a modular, extensible decision support system for arrhythmia therapy.


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    TraumaTalk: content-to-speech generation for decision support at point of care.

    • G. Bierner

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    TraumaTalk: content-to-speech generation for decision support at point of care.


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    A COSTAR interface using WWW technology.

    • U. Rabbani ;
    • M. Morgan ;
    • O. Barnett

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    A COSTAR interface using WWW technology.


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    A graphical user interaction model for integrating complex clinical applications: a pilot study.

    • D. F. Sittig ;
    • J. A. Yungton ;
    • G. J. Kuperman ;
    • J. M. Teich

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    A graphical user interaction model for integrating complex clinical applications: a pilot study.


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    Hospitexte: towards a document-based hypertextual electronic medical record.

    • J. Charlet ;
    • B. Bachimont ;
    • V. Brunie ;
    • S. el Kassar ;
    • P. Zweigenbaum ;
    • J. F. Boisvieux

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    Hospitexte: towards a document-based hypertextual electronic medical record.


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    SGML and XML as interchange formats for HL7 messages.

    • R. H. Dolin ;
    • W. Rishel ;
    • P. V. Biron ;
    • J. Spinosa ;
    • J. E. Mattison

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    SGML and XML as interchange formats for HL7 messages.


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    Extensible markup language (XML) in health care: integration of structured reporting and decision support.

    • C. E. Kahn, Jr ;
    • N. B. de la Cruz

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    Extensible markup language (XML) in health care: integration of structured reporting and decision support.


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    An XML portable chart format.

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

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    An XML portable chart format.


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    Using the extensible markup language (XML) in automated clinical practice guidelines.

    • A. K. Dubey ;
    • H. Chueh

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    Using the extensible markup language (XML) in automated clinical practice guidelines.


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    Compositional concept representation using SNOMED: towards further convergence of clinical terminologies.

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

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    Compositional concept representation using SNOMED: towards further convergence of clinical terminologies.


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    Setting standards for nursing data sets in information systems.

    • C. B. Averill ;
    • R. Zielstorff ;
    • C. Delaney ;
    • B. Carty ;
    • M. J. Ferrell

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    Setting standards for nursing data sets in information systems.


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    Updating a bibliography using the related articles function within PubMed.

    • X. Liu ;
    • R. B. Altman

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    Updating a bibliography using the related articles function within PubMed.


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    A tagging system for section headings in a CEN standard on patient record.

    • A. R. Mori ;
    • F. Consorti ;
    • E. Galeazzi

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    A tagging system for section headings in a CEN standard on patient record.


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    Morpho-semantic parsing of medical expressions.

    • R. H. Baud ;
    • C. Lovis ;
    • A. M. Rassinoux ;
    • J. R. Scherrer

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    Morpho-semantic parsing of medical expressions.


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    A randomized controlled trial of automated term composition.

    • P. L. Elkin ;
    • K. R. Bailey ;
    • C. G. Chute

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    A randomized controlled trial of automated term composition.


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    Converting an integrated hospital formulary into an object-oriented database representation.

    • H. Gu ;
    • L. M. Liu ;
    • M. Halper ;
    • J. Geller ;
    • Y. Perl

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    Converting an integrated hospital formulary into an object-oriented database representation.


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    Evaluating lexical variant generation to improve information retrieval.

    • G. Divita ;
    • A. C. Browne ;
    • T. C. Rindflesch

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    Evaluating lexical variant generation to improve information retrieval.


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    Discovering the modifiers in a terminology data set.

    • A. T. McCray ;
    • A. C. Browne

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    Discovering the modifiers in a terminology data set.


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    A "lexically-suggested logical closure" metric for medical terminology maturity.

    • K. E. Campbell ;
    • M. S. Tuttle ;
    • K. A. Spackman

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    A "lexically-suggested logical closure" metric for medical terminology maturity.


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    Reproducibility of interpreting "and" and "or" in terminology systems.

    • E. A. Mendonça ;
    • J. J. Cimino ;
    • K. E. Campbell ;
    • K. A. Spackman

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    Reproducibility of interpreting "and" and "or" in terminology systems.


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    A clinical terminology in the post modern era: pragmatic problem list development.

    • C. G. Chute ;
    • P. L. Elkin ;
    • S. H. Fenton ;
    • G. E. Atkin

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    A clinical terminology in the post modern era: pragmatic problem list development.


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    A proposal for incorporating health level seven (HL7) vocabulary in the UMLS Metathesaurus.

    • S. M. Huff ;
    • W. D. Bidgood, Jr ;
    • J. J. Cimino ;
    • W. E. Hammond

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A proposal for incorporating health level seven (HL7) vocabulary in the UMLS Metathesaurus.


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    Validation of clinical problems using a UMLS-based semantic parser.

    • H. S. Goldberg ;
    • C. Hsu ;
    • V. Law ;
    • C. Safran

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    Validation of clinical problems using a UMLS-based semantic parser.


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    An ontological analysis of the UMLS Metathesaurus.

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

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    An ontological analysis of the UMLS Metathesaurus.


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    Beyond synonymy: exploiting the UMLS semantics in mapping vocabularies.

    • O. Bodenreider ;
    • S. J. Nelson ;
    • W. T. Hole ;
    • H. F. Chang

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    Beyond synonymy: exploiting the UMLS semantics in mapping vocabularies.


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    The digital anatomist foundational model: principles for defining and structuring its concept domain.

    • C. Rosse ;
    • L. G. Shapiro ;
    • J. F. Brinkley

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    The digital anatomist foundational model: principles for defining and structuring its concept domain.


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    The potential of the digital anatomist foundational model for assuring consistency in UMLS sources.

    • J. L. Mejino, Jr ;
    • C. Rosse

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    The potential of the digital anatomist foundational model for assuring consistency in UMLS sources.


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    Part-whole reasoning in medical ontologies revisited--introducing SEP triplets into classification-based description logics.

    • S. Schulz ;
    • M. Romacker ;
    • U. Hahn

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    Part-whole reasoning in medical ontologies revisited--introducing SEP triplets into classification-based description logics.


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    Knowledge discovery and data mining to assist natural language understanding.

    • A. Wilcox ;
    • G. Hripcsak

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    Knowledge discovery and data mining to assist natural language understanding.


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    Clinical administration procedures in the Read Thesaurus: extending the ENV 1828 model to support regional terminology requirements.

    • D. Robinson ;
    • C. Price ;
    • P. J. Brown

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    Clinical administration procedures in the Read Thesaurus: extending the ENV 1828 model to support regional terminology requirements.


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    Validating clinical terminology structures: integration and cross-validation of Read Thesaurus and GALEN.

    • J. E. Rogers ;
    • C. Price ;
    • A. L. Rector ;
    • W. D. Solomon ;
    • N. Smejko

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Validating clinical terminology structures: integration and cross-validation of Read Thesaurus and GALEN.


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    Synchronization of diverging versions of a controlled medical terminology.

    • D. E. Oliver

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    Synchronization of diverging versions of a controlled medical terminology.


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    An evaluation of natural language processing methodologies.

    • C. Friedman ;
    • G. Hripcsak ;
    • I. Shablinsky

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    An evaluation of natural language processing methodologies.


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    Automatic extraction of PIOPED interpretations from ventilation/perfusion lung scan reports.

    • M. Fiszman ;
    • P. J. Haug ;
    • P. R. Frederick

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    Automatic extraction of PIOPED interpretations from ventilation/perfusion lung scan reports.


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    The need for a concept-based medication vocabulary as an enabling infrastructure in health informatics.

    • W. D. Sperzel ;
    • C. A. Broverman ;
    • J. E. Kapusnik-Uner ;
    • J. M. Schlesinger

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The need for a concept-based medication vocabulary as an enabling infrastructure in health informatics.


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    Computer-facilitated collaboration: experiences building SNOMED-RT.

    • D. H. Levy ;
    • R. H. Dolin ;
    • J. E. Mattison ;
    • K. A. Spackman ;
    • K. E. Campbell

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    Computer-facilitated collaboration: experiences building SNOMED-RT.


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    Data dictionaries at Giessen University Hospital: past--present--future.

    • T Bürkle ;
    • H. U. Prokosch ;
    • A. Michel ;
    • J Dudeck

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    Data dictionaries at Giessen University Hospital: past--present--future.


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    Towards knowledge-based retrieval of medical images. The role of semantic indexing, image content representation and knowledge-based retrieval.

    • H. J. Lowe ;
    • I. Antipov ;
    • W. Hersh ;
    • C. A. Smith

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards knowledge-based retrieval of medical images. The role of semantic indexing, image content representation and knowledge-based retrieval.


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    Unified modeling language and design of a case-based retrieval system in medical imaging.

    • C. LeBozec ;
    • M. C. Jaulent ;
    • E. Zapletal ;
    • P. Degoulet

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Unified modeling language and design of a case-based retrieval system in medical imaging.


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    Requirements for an on-line knowledge-based anatomy information system.

    • J. F. Brinkley ;
    • C. Rosse

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Requirements for an on-line knowledge-based anatomy information system.


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    Automatic semantic interpretation of anatomic spatial relationships in clinical text.

    • C. A. Bean ;
    • T. C. Rindflesch ;
    • C. A. Sneiderman

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    Automatic semantic interpretation of anatomic spatial relationships in clinical text.


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    Integration of DICOM images into an electronic medical record using thin viewing clients.

    • B. K. Stewart ;
    • S. G. Langer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Integration of DICOM images into an electronic medical record using thin viewing clients.


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    System for efficient and secure distribution of medical images on the Internet.

    • J. Z. Wang ;
    • G. Wiederhold

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    System for efficient and secure distribution of medical images on the Internet.


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    Digital dynamic telepathology--the Virtual Microscope.

    • A. Afework ;
    • M. D. Beynon ;
    • F. Bustamante ;
    • S. Cho ;
    • A. Demarzo ;
    • R. Ferreira ;
    • R. Miller ;
    • M. Silberman ;
    • J. Saltz ;
    • A. Sussman ;
    • H. Tsang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Digital dynamic telepathology--the Virtual Microscope.


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    Diagnostic quality of low resolution images for tele-woundcare.

    • A. C. Roth ;
    • J. C. Reid ;
    • M. Concannon

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    Diagnostic quality of low resolution images for tele-woundcare.


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    Incorporating constraint-based shape models into an interactive system for functional brain mapping.

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

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    Incorporating constraint-based shape models into an interactive system for functional brain mapping.


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    Vector-field classification in magnetic-resonance angiography.

    • M. A. Tovar

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Vector-field classification in magnetic-resonance angiography.


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    Locating blood vessels in retinal images by piece-wise threshold probing of a matched filter response.

    • A. Hoover ;
    • V. Kouznetsova ;
    • M. Goldbaum

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Locating blood vessels in retinal images by piece-wise threshold probing of a matched filter response.


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    A new approach to optimal dynamic therapy planning.

    • P. Magni

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A new approach to optimal dynamic therapy planning.


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    Automatic query mapping among genomic databases: a pilot exploration.

    • K. H. Cheung ;
    • P. Nadkarni ;
    • P. Miller ;
    • D. G. Shin

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    Automatic query mapping among genomic databases: a pilot exploration.


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    MHCWeb: converting a WWW database into a knowledge-based collaborative environment.

    • L. Hon ;
    • N. F. Abernethy ;
    • V. Brusic ;
    • J. Chai ;
    • R. B. Altman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    MHCWeb: converting a WWW database into a knowledge-based collaborative environment.


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    Integrating molecular diagnostic and flow cytometric reporting for improved longitudinal monitoring of HIV patients.

    • A. L. Asare ;
    • H. Huda ;
    • J. C. Klimczak ;
    • C. W. Caldwell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Integrating molecular diagnostic and flow cytometric reporting for improved longitudinal monitoring of HIV patients.


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    Data mining by clinicians.

    • D. J. Nigrin ;
    • I. S. Kohane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Data mining by clinicians.


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