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    A framework for evidence-adaptive quality assessment that unifies guideline-based and performance-indicator approaches.

    • Aneel Advani ;
    • Mary Goldstein ;
    • Mark A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A framework for evidence-adaptive quality assessment that unifies guideline-based and performance-indicator approaches.


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    Machine learning models for lung cancer classification using array comparative genomic hybridization.

    • C. F. Aliferis ;
    • D. Hardin ;
    • P. P. Massion

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Machine learning models for lung cancer classification using array comparative genomic hybridization.


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    Open source handheld-based EMR for paramedics working in rural areas.

    • Vishwanath Anantraman ;
    • Tarjei Mikkelsen ;
    • Reshma Khilnani ;
    • Vikram S. Kumar ;
    • Alex Pentland ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Open source handheld-based EMR for paramedics working in rural areas.


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    Information model and terminology model issues related to goals.

    • Suzanne Bakken ;
    • Judith J. Warren ;
    • Anne Casey ;
    • Debra Konicek ;
    • Cynthia Lundberg ;
    • Marcel Pooke

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Information model and terminology model issues related to goals.


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    Health care provider quality improvement organization Medicare data-sharing: a diabetes quality improvement initiative.

    • David J. Ballard ;
    • David Nicewander ;
    • Cheryl Skinner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Health care provider quality improvement organization Medicare data-sharing: a diabetes quality improvement initiative.


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    Controlling the vocabulary for anatomy.

    • R. H. Baud ;
    • C. Lovis ;
    • A. M. Rassinoux ;
    • P. Ruch ;
    • A. Geissbuhler

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Controlling the vocabulary for anatomy.


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    Internal medicine resident satisfaction with a diagnostic decision support system (DXplain) introduced on a teaching hospital service.

    • Brent A. Bauer ;
    • Mark Lee ;
    • Larry Bergstrom ;
    • Dietlind L. Wahner-Roedler ;
    • John Bundrick ;
    • Scott Litin ;
    • Edward Hoffer ;
    • Richard J. Kim ;
    • Kathleen Famiglietti ;
    • G. Octo Barnett ;
    • Peter L. Elkin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Internal medicine resident satisfaction with a diagnostic decision support system (DXplain) introduced on a teaching hospital service.


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    The helpful patient record system: problem oriented and knowledge based.

    • Elisabeth Bayegan ;
    • Samson Tu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The helpful patient record system: problem oriented and knowledge based.


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    Evidence for the rapid construction of preference during utility assessments.

    • Jonathan Bennett ;
    • Robert F. Nease, Jr ;
    • Walton Sumner, 2nd

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evidence for the rapid construction of preference during utility assessments.


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    A rapid usability assessment methodology to support the choice of clinical information systems: a case study.

    • M. C. Beuscart-Zéphir ;
    • L. Watbled ;
    • A. M. Carpentier ;
    • M. Degroisse ;
    • O. Alao

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A rapid usability assessment methodology to support the choice of clinical information systems: a case study.


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    Getting patients to the right healthcare sources: from real-world questions to strategy hubs.

    • Suresh K. Bhavnani ;
    • Christopher K. Bichakjian ;
    • Jennifer L. Schwartz ;
    • Victor J. Strecher ;
    • Rodney L. Dunn ;
    • Timothy M. Johnson ;
    • Xiabo Lu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Getting patients to the right healthcare sources: from real-world questions to strategy hubs.


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    A modern optical character recognition system in a real world clinical setting: some accuracy and feasibility observations.

    • Paul G. Biondich ;
    • J. Marc Overhage ;
    • Paul R. Dexter ;
    • Stephen M. Downs ;
    • Larry Lemmon ;
    • Clement J. McDonald

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A modern optical character recognition system in a real world clinical setting: some accuracy and feasibility observations.


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    Evaluation of the UMLS as a terminology and knowledge resource for biomedical informatics.

    • Olivier Bodenreider ;
    • Joyce A. Mitchell ;
    • Alexa T. McCray

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluation of the UMLS as a terminology and knowledge resource for biomedical informatics.


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    Automatic generation of a metamodel from an existing knowledge base to assist the development of a new analogous knowledge base.

    • J. Bouaud ;
    • B. Séroussi

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automatic generation of a metamodel from an existing knowledge base to assist the development of a new analogous knowledge base.


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    Evaluating a medical error taxonomy.

    • Juliana Brixey ;
    • Todd R. Johnson ;
    • Jiajie Zhang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Evaluating a medical error taxonomy.


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    Knowledge-based bioterrorism surveillance.

    • David L. Buckeridge ;
    • Justin Graham ;
    • Martin J. O'Connor ;
    • Michael K. Choy ;
    • Samson W. Tu ;
    • Mark A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Knowledge-based bioterrorism surveillance.


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    An evaluation of unmediated versus mediated retrieval services.

    • James D. Buntrock ;
    • Christopher G. Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    An evaluation of unmediated versus mediated retrieval services.


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    Representation of roles in biomedical ontologies: a case study in functional genomics.

    • Anita Burgun ;
    • Olivier Bodenreider ;
    • Franck Le Duff ;
    • Fouzia Moussouni ;
    • Olivier Loreal

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Representation of roles in biomedical ontologies: a case study in functional genomics.


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    Computerized reminders to physicians in the emergency department: a web-based system to report late-arriving abnormal laboratory results.

    • Zhaohui Cai ;
    • Isaac Kohane ;
    • Gary R. Fleisher ;
    • David S. Greenes

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Computerized reminders to physicians in the emergency department: a web-based system to report late-arriving abnormal laboratory results.


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    The internet and locus of control in older adults.

    • Robert J. Campbell ;
    • Kimberly D. Harris ;
    • James Wabby

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The internet and locus of control in older adults.


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    A knowledge framework for computational molecular-disease relationships in cancer.

    • Michael N. Cantor ;
    • Yves A. Lussier

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A knowledge framework for computational molecular-disease relationships in cancer.


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    Using medication list--problem list mismatches as markers of potential error.

    • James D. Carpenter ;
    • Paul N. Gorman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using medication list--problem list mismatches as markers of potential error.


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    The implementation of a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) based patient record and charting system: lessons learned.

    • Aaron E. Carroll ;
    • Sunil Saluja ;
    • Peter Tarczy-Hornoch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The implementation of a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) based patient record and charting system: lessons learned.


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    Initializing the VA medication reference terminology using UMLS metathesaurus co-occurrences.

    • John S. Carter ;
    • Steven H. Brown ;
    • Mark S. Erlbaum ;
    • William Gregg ;
    • Peter L. Elkin ;
    • Ted Speroff ;
    • Mark S. Tuttle

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Initializing the VA medication reference terminology using UMLS metathesaurus co-occurrences.


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    Analysis and visualization of functional relationships between RNA expression and clinical annotation using PathlinX.

    • Scott L. Carter

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Analysis and visualization of functional relationships between RNA expression and clinical annotation using PathlinX.


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    Machine learning for sub-population assessment: evaluating the C-section rate of different physician practices.

    • Rich Caruana ;
    • Radu S. Niculescu ;
    • R. Bharat Rao ;
    • Cynthia Simms

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Machine learning for sub-population assessment: evaluating the C-section rate of different physician practices.


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    Design and implementation of a real-time clinical alerting system for intensive care unit.

    • Hsiao-Ting Chen ;
    • Wun-Chun Ma ;
    • Der Ming Liou

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Design and implementation of a real-time clinical alerting system for intensive care unit.


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    Unsupervised imaging, registration and archiving of tissue microarrays.

    • Wenjin Chen ;
    • David J. Foran ;
    • Michael Reiss

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Unsupervised imaging, registration and archiving of tissue microarrays.


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    YMD: a microarray database for large-scale gene expression analysis.

    • Kei-Hoi Cheung ;
    • Kevin White ;
    • Janet Hager ;
    • Mark Gerstein ;
    • Valerie Reinke ;
    • Kenneth Nelson ;
    • Peter Masiar ;
    • Ranjana Srivastava ;
    • Yuli Li ;
    • Ju Li ;
    • Hongyu Zhao ;
    • Jinming Li ;
    • David B. Allison ;
    • Michael Snyder ;
    • Perry Miller ;
    • Kenneth Williams

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    YMD: a microarray database for large-scale gene expression analysis.


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    Software engineering risk factors in the implementation of a small electronic medical record system: the problem of scalability.

    • Michael F. Chiang ;
    • Justin B. Starren

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Software engineering risk factors in the implementation of a small electronic medical record system: the problem of scalability.


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    Looking for French-English translations in comparable medical corpora.

    • Yun-Chuang Chiao ;
    • P. Zweigenbaum

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Looking for French-English translations in comparable medical corpora.


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    Test of the technology acceptance model for the internet in pediatrics.

    • William G. Chismar ;
    • Sonja Wiley-Patton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Test of the technology acceptance model for the internet in pediatrics.


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    A comparison of the Charlson comorbidities derived from medical language processing and administrative data.

    • Jen-Hsiang Chuang ;
    • Carol Friedman ;
    • George Hripcsak

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A comparison of the Charlson comorbidities derived from medical language processing and administrative data.


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    The horizontal and vertical nature of patient phenotype retrieval: new directions for clinical text processing.

    • Christopher G. Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The horizontal and vertical nature of patient phenotype retrieval: new directions for clinical text processing.


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    Theoretical, empirical and practical approaches to resolving the unmet information needs of clinical information system users.

    • James J. Cimino ;
    • Jianhua Li ;
    • Suzanne Bakken ;
    • Vimla L. Patel

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Theoretical, empirical and practical approaches to resolving the unmet information needs of clinical information system users.


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    A generic computerized method for estimate of familial risks.

    • Isabelle Colombet ;
    • Yigang Xu ;
    • Marie-Christine Jaulent ;
    • Daniel Desages ;
    • Patrice Degoulet ;
    • Gilles Chatellier

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A generic computerized method for estimate of familial risks.


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    Usability of expressive description logics--a case study in UMLS.

    • R. Cornet ;
    • A. Abu-Hanna

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Usability of expressive description logics--a case study in UMLS.


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    Towards a sharable numeric and symbolic knowledge base on cerebral cortex anatomy: lessons learned from a prototype.

    • Olivier Dameron ;
    • Bernard Gibaud ;
    • Anita Burgun ;
    • Xavier Morandi

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards a sharable numeric and symbolic knowledge base on cerebral cortex anatomy: lessons learned from a prototype.


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    Quality management practices in telehealth programs: a stakeholder accountability framework.

    • Kathryn H. Dansky ;
    • Larry D. Gamm

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Quality management practices in telehealth programs: a stakeholder accountability framework.


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    SYNCHRONUS: a reusable software module for temporal integration.

    • Amar K. Das ;
    • Mark A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SYNCHRONUS: a reusable software module for temporal integration.


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    WEB-WAP based telecare.

    • Gianluca DeLeo ;
    • Santosh Krishna ;
    • E. Andrew Balas ;
    • Nicos Maglaveras ;
    • Suzanne Austin Boren ;
    • Francesco Beltrame ;
    • Marco Fato

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    WEB-WAP based telecare.


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    End-to-end performance measurement of Internet based medical applications.

    • P. Dev ;
    • D. Harris ;
    • D. Gutierrez ;
    • A. Shah ;
    • S. Senger

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    End-to-end performance measurement of Internet based medical applications.


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    Selective retrieval of pre- and post-coordinated SNOMED concepts.

    • Robert H. Dolin ;
    • Kent A. Spackman ;
    • David Markwell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Selective retrieval of pre- and post-coordinated SNOMED concepts.


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    Expected value prioritization of prompts and reminders.

    • Stephen M. Downs ;
    • Hasmet Uner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Expected value prioritization of prompts and reminders.


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    Delivering bioinformatics training: bridging the gaps between computer science and biomedicine.

    • Christopher Dubay ;
    • James M. Brundege ;
    • William Hersh ;
    • Kent Spackman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Delivering bioinformatics training: bridging the gaps between computer science and biomedicine.


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    The Stanford MediaServer Project: strategies for building a flexible digital media platform to support biomedical education and research.

    • Jeremy C. Durack ;
    • Chih-Chien Chao ;
    • Derek Stevenson ;
    • Katherine P. Andriole ;
    • Parvati Dev

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The Stanford MediaServer Project: strategies for building a flexible digital media platform to support biomedical education and research.


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    Computerized physician order entry and communication: reciprocal impacts.

    • Richard Dykstra

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Computerized physician order entry and communication: reciprocal impacts.


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    Implementation of a classification hierarchy for the GeneTests/GeneClinics genetic testing databases.

    • J. Edwards ;
    • P. Tarczy-Hornoch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementation of a classification hierarchy for the GeneTests/GeneClinics genetic testing databases.


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    WITH: a system to write clinical trials using XML and RDBMS.

    • Paola Fazi ;
    • Daniela Luzi ;
    • Mariarosaria Manco ;
    • Fabrizio L. Ricci ;
    • Giovanni Toffoli ;
    • Marco Vignetti

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    WITH: a system to write clinical trials using XML and RDBMS.


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    A proposed key escrow system for secure patient information disclosure in biomedical research databases.

    • Todd A. Ferris ;
    • Gregory M. Garrison ;
    • Henry J. Lowe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A proposed key escrow system for secure patient information disclosure in biomedical research databases.


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    Implementing outpatient order entry to support medical necessity using the patient's electronic past medical history.

    • Fern FitzHenry ;
    • Wendy T. Kiepek ;
    • Edward K. Shultz ;
    • Jeff Byrd ;
    • Johniene Doran ;
    • Randolph A Miller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementing outpatient order entry to support medical necessity using the patient's electronic past medical history.


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    Email recruitment to use web decision support tools for pneumonia.

    • James R. Flanagan ;
    • Michael Peterson ;
    • Charles Dayton ;
    • Lori Strommer Pace ;
    • Andrew Plank ;
    • Kristy Walker ;
    • William S. Carlson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Email recruitment to use web decision support tools for pneumonia.


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    Relationships among Internet health information use, patient behavior and self efficacy in newly diagnosed cancer patients who contact the National Cancer Institute's NCI Atlantic Region Cancer Information Service (CIS).

    • Linda Fleisher ;
    • Sarah Bass ;
    • Sheryl Burt Ruzek ;
    • $firstName Nancy McKeown-Conn

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Relationships among Internet health information use, patient behavior and self efficacy in newly diagnosed cancer patients who contact the National Cancer Institute's NCI Atlantic Region Cancer Information Service (CIS).


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    Clinical decision support systems: a discussion of quality, safety and legal liability issues.

    • John Fox ;
    • Richard Thomson

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Clinical decision support systems: a discussion of quality, safety and legal liability issues.


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    Informatics tools to monitor progress and outcomes of patients with drug resistant tuberculosis in Peru.

    • Hamish S F Fraser ;
    • Darius Jazayeri ;
    • Carole D. Mitnick ;
    • Joia S. Mukherjee ;
    • Jaime Bayona

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Informatics tools to monitor progress and outcomes of patients with drug resistant tuberculosis in Peru.


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    Exploring the boundaries of plausibility: empirical study of a key problem in the design of computer-based clinical simulations.

    • Charles P. Friedman ;
    • Guido G. Gatti ;
    • Gwendolyn C. Murphy ;
    • Timothy M. Franz ;
    • Paul L. Fine ;
    • Paul S. Heckerling ;
    • Thomas M. Miller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Exploring the boundaries of plausibility: empirical study of a key problem in the design of computer-based clinical simulations.


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    An XML-based system for the flexible classification and retrieval of clinical practice guidelines.

    • T Ganslandt ;
    • M. L. Mueller ;
    • C. F. Krieglstein ;
    • N. Senninger ;
    • H. U. Prokosch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    An XML-based system for the flexible classification and retrieval of clinical practice guidelines.


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    Rapid deployment of an electronic disease surveillance system in the state of Utah for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.

    • Per H. Gesteland ;
    • Michael M. Wagner ;
    • Wendy W. Chapman ;
    • Jeremy U. Espino ;
    • Fu-Chiang Tsui ;
    • Reed M. Gardner ;
    • Robert T. Rolfs ;
    • Virginia Dato ;
    • Brent C. James ;
    • Peter J. Haug

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Rapid deployment of an electronic disease surveillance system in the state of Utah for the 2002 Olympic Winter Games.


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    Pediatric Cancer CareLink--supporting home management of childhood leukemia.

    • D. M. Goldsmith ;
    • L. B. Silverman ;
    • C. Safran

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Pediatric Cancer CareLink--supporting home management of childhood leukemia.


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    Quality of life assessment software for computer-inexperienced older adults: multimedia utility elicitation for activities of daily living.

    • M. K. Goldstein ;
    • D. E. Miller ;
    • S. Davies ;
    • A. M. Garber

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Quality of life assessment software for computer-inexperienced older adults: multimedia utility elicitation for activities of daily living.


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    Web-based informatics education: lessons learned from five years in the trenches.

    • L. K. Goodwin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Web-based informatics education: lessons learned from five years in the trenches.


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    Analysis of identifier performance using a deterministic linkage algorithm.

    • Shaun J. Grannis ;
    • J. Marc Overhage ;
    • Clement J. McDonald

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Analysis of identifier performance using a deterministic linkage algorithm.


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    Using the metaschema to audit UMLS classification errors.

    • Huanying Helen Gu ;
    • Hua Min ;
    • Yi Peng ;
    • Li Zhang ;
    • Yehoshua Perl

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using the metaschema to audit UMLS classification errors.


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    Fuzzy logic controller for weaning neonates from mechanical ventilation.

    • G. E. Hatzakis ;
    • G. M. Davis

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Fuzzy logic controller for weaning neonates from mechanical ventilation.


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    Neural networks morbidity and mortality modeling during loss of HIV T-cell homeostasis.

    • G. E. Hatzakis ;
    • C. M. Tsoukas

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    Neural networks morbidity and mortality modeling during loss of HIV T-cell homeostasis.


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    Professional's Information Link (PiL): a web-based asynchronous consultation service.

    • William Hersh ;
    • Robin Miller ;
    • Daniel Olson ;
    • Lynetta Sacherek ;
    • Ping Cross

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    Professional's Information Link (PiL): a web-based asynchronous consultation service.


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    XML representation of hierarchical classification systems: from conceptual models to real applications.

    • Simon Hoelzer ;
    • Ralf K. Schweiger ;
    • Raymond Liu ;
    • Dirk Rudolf ;
    • Joerg Rieger ;
    • Joachim Dudeck

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    XML representation of hierarchical classification systems: from conceptual models to real applications.


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    Combat medical informatics: present and future.

    • Reed W. Hoyt ;
    • Jaques Reifman ;
    • Trinka S. Coster ;
    • Mark J. Buller

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    Combat medical informatics: present and future.


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    Detecting relationships between physiological variables using graphical models.

    • Michael Imhoff ;
    • Ronald Fried ;
    • Ursula Gather

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    Detecting relationships between physiological variables using graphical models.


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    Accuracy of three classifiers of acute gastrointestinal syndrome for syndromic surveillance.

    • Oleg Ivanov ;
    • Michael M. Wagner ;
    • Wendy W. Chapman ;
    • Robert T. Olszewski

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    Accuracy of three classifiers of acute gastrointestinal syndrome for syndromic surveillance.


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    A customizable similarity measure between histological cases.

    • Marie-Christine Jaulent ;
    • Adil Bennani ;
    • Christel Le Bozec ;
    • Eric Zapletal ;
    • Patrice Degoulet

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    A customizable similarity measure between histological cases.


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    Challenges in implementing a knowledge editor for the Arden Syntax: knowledge base maintenance and standardization of database linkages.

    • Robert A. Jenders ;
    • Balendu Dasgupta

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    Challenges in implementing a knowledge editor for the Arden Syntax: knowledge base maintenance and standardization of database linkages.


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    A rule-based model for local and regional tumor spread.

    • Ira J. Kalet ;
    • Mark Whipple ;
    • Silvia Pessah ;
    • Jerry Barker ;
    • Marry M. Austin-Seymour ;
    • Linda G. Shapiro

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    A rule-based model for local and regional tumor spread.


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    National Pharmaceutical Stockpile drill analysis using XML data collection on wireless Java phones.

    • B. T. Karras ;
    • S. Huq Huq ;
    • D Bliss ;
    • W. B. Lober

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    National Pharmaceutical Stockpile drill analysis using XML data collection on wireless Java phones.


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    An online heart simulator for augmenting first-year medical and dental education.

    • Ryan Kelsey ;
    • Maria Botello ;
    • Bill Millard ;
    • John Zimmerman

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    An online heart simulator for augmenting first-year medical and dental education.


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    Generating a mortality model from a pediatric ICU (PICU) database utilizing knowledge discovery.

    • Curtis E. Kennedy ;
    • Noriaki Aoki

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    Generating a mortality model from a pediatric ICU (PICU) database utilizing knowledge discovery.


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    Using a neural network with flow cytometry histograms to recognize cell surface protein binding patterns.

    • Eun-Young Kim ;
    • Qing Zeng ;
    • James Rawn ;
    • Matthew Wand ;
    • Alan J. Young ;
    • Edgar Milford ;
    • Steven J. Mentzer ;
    • Robert A. Greenes

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    Using a neural network with flow cytometry histograms to recognize cell surface protein binding patterns.


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    A situational approach to the design of a patient-oriented disease-specific knowledge base.

    • Matthew I. Kim ;
    • Paul Ladenson ;
    • Kevin B. Johnson

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    A situational approach to the design of a patient-oriented disease-specific knowledge base.


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    DNA splice site detection: a comparison of specific and general methods.

    • Won Kim ;
    • W. John Wilbur

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    DNA splice site detection: a comparison of specific and general methods.


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    Agent-based monitoring and alert generation for a home care telemedicine system.

    • Vassilios G. Koutkias ;
    • Ioanna Chouvarda ;
    • Nicos Maglaveras

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    Agent-based monitoring and alert generation for a home care telemedicine system.


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    Clinician's assessments of outpatient electronic medical record alert and reminder usability and usefulness requirements.

    • Michael A. Krall ;
    • Dean F. Sittig

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    Clinician's assessments of outpatient electronic medical record alert and reminder usability and usefulness requirements.


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    Representing nested semantic information in a linear string of text using XML.

    • Michael Krauthammer ;
    • Stephen B. Johnson ;
    • George Hripcsak ;
    • David A. Campbell ;
    • Carol Friedman

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    Representing nested semantic information in a linear string of text using XML.


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    Web-based tailoring and its effect on self-efficacy: results from the MI-HEART randomized controlled trial.

    • Rita Kukafka ;
    • Yves A. Lussier ;
    • P. Eng ;
    • Vimla L. Patel ;
    • James J. Cimino

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    Web-based tailoring and its effect on self-efficacy: results from the MI-HEART randomized controlled trial.


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    Gene expression levels in different stages of progression in oral squamous cell carcinoma.

    • Winston Patrick Kuo ;
    • Tor-Kristian Jenssen ;
    • Peter J. Park ;
    • Mark W. Lingen ;
    • Rifat Hasina ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

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    Gene expression levels in different stages of progression in oral squamous cell carcinoma.


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    Usability evaluation of an experimental text summarization system and three search engines: implications for the reengineering of health care interfaces.

    • Andre W. Kushniruk ;
    • Min-Yem Kan ;
    • Kathleen McKeown ;
    • Judith Klavans ;
    • Desmond Jordan ;
    • Mark LaFlamme ;
    • Vimia L. Patel

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Usability evaluation of an experimental text summarization system and three search engines: implications for the reengineering of health care interfaces.


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    Validation of electronic student encounter logs in an emergency medicine clerkship.

    • Jennifer S. Lee ;
    • Sanford S. Sineff ;
    • Walton Sumner

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Validation of electronic student encounter logs in an emergency medicine clerkship.


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    Terminology extraction from text to build an ontology in surgical intensive care.

    • Sophie Le Moigno ;
    • Jean Charlet ;
    • Didier Bourigault ;
    • Patrice Degoulet ;
    • Marie-Christine Jaulent

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Terminology extraction from text to build an ontology in surgical intensive care.


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    Provider error prevention: online total parenteral nutrition calculator.

    • Christoph U. Lehmann ;
    • Kim G. Conner ;
    • Jeanne M. Cox

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Provider error prevention: online total parenteral nutrition calculator.


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    Use of the internet to study the utility values of the public.

    • Leslie A. Lenert ;
    • Ann E. Sturley

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Use of the internet to study the utility values of the public.


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    NLP-based information extraction for managing the molecular biology literature.

    • Bisharah Libbus ;
    • Thomas C. Rindflesch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    NLP-based information extraction for managing the molecular biology literature.


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    Neural network modeling to predict the hypnotic effect of propofol bolus induction.

    • Chao-Shun Lin ;
    • Yu-Chuan Li ;
    • Martin S. Mok ;
    • Chi-Chen Wu ;
    • Hung-Wen Chiu ;
    • Yu-Hwa Lin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Neural network modeling to predict the hypnotic effect of propofol bolus induction.


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    Using binning to maintain confidentiality of medical data.

    • Zhen Lin ;
    • Michael Hewett ;
    • Russ B. Altman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using binning to maintain confidentiality of medical data.


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    A spatial analysis of obesogenic environments for children.

    • Gilbert C. Liu ;
    • Cynthia Cunningham ;
    • Stephen M. Downs ;
    • David G. Marrero ;
    • Naomi Fineberg

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    A spatial analysis of obesogenic environments for children.


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    A study of abbreviations in MEDLINE abstracts.

    • Hongfang Liu ;
    • Alan R. Aronson ;
    • Carol Friedman

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    A study of abbreviations in MEDLINE abstracts.


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    An integrative model for in-silico clinical-genomics discovery science.

    • Yves A. Lussier ;
    • Indra Nell Sarkar ;
    • Michael Cantor

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    An integrative model for in-silico clinical-genomics discovery science.


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    Introducing an academic data warehouse into the undergraduate medical curriculum.

    • Jason A. Lyman ;
    • Wendy Cohn ;
    • William Knaus ;
    • Jonathan S. Einbinder

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    Introducing an academic data warehouse into the undergraduate medical curriculum.


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    Communication infrastructure in a contact center for home care monitoring of chronic disease patients.

    • N. Maglaveras ;
    • G. Gogou ;
    • I. Chouvarda ;
    • V. Koutkias ;
    • I. Lekka ;
    • G. Giaglis ;
    • D. Adamidis ;
    • C. Karvounis ;
    • G. Louridas ;
    • D. Goulis ;
    • A. Avramidis ;
    • E. A. Balas

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Communication infrastructure in a contact center for home care monitoring of chronic disease patients.


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    Correlating web usage of health information with patient medical data.

    • Bradley A. Malin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Correlating web usage of health information with patient medical data.


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    Free-text medical document retrieval via phrase-based vector space model.

    • Wenlei Mao ;
    • Wesley W. Chu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Free-text medical document retrieval via phrase-based vector space model.


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    Connecticut RxData project.

    • Michael K Martin ;
    • Keith P Shuster ;
    • Thomas G. Palisano

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Connecticut RxData project.


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    Improved coding of the primary reason for visit to the emergency department using SNOMED.

    • James C. McClay ;
    • James Campbell

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Improved coding of the primary reason for visit to the emergency department using SNOMED.


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    The lexical properties of the gene ontology.

    • Alexa T. McCray ;
    • Allen C. Browne ;
    • Olivier Bodenreider

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The lexical properties of the gene ontology.


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    Usability testing and outcomes of an interactive computer program to promote smoking cessation in low income women.

    • Anna M. McDaniel ;
    • Sondra Hutchison ;
    • Gail R. Casper ;
    • Raymond T. Ford ;
    • Renee Stratton ;
    • Mary Rembusch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Usability testing and outcomes of an interactive computer program to promote smoking cessation in low income women.


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    Use of a MeSH-based index of faculty research interests to identify faculty publications: an IAIMSian study of precision, recall, and data reusability.

    • K. Ann McKibbon ;
    • Patricia W. Friedman ;
    • Charles P. Friedman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Use of a MeSH-based index of faculty research interests to identify faculty publications: an IAIMSian study of precision, recall, and data reusability.


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    The effect of sample size and disease prevalence on supervised machine learning of narrative data.

    • Lawrence K. McKnight ;
    • Adam Wilcox ;
    • George Hripcsak

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The effect of sample size and disease prevalence on supervised machine learning of narrative data.


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    Comparing communication technology on Chinese, English, and Spanish diabetes web sites.

    • Yanko F. Michea ;
    • Karen Pancheri ;
    • Yang Gong ;
    • Elmer Bernstam

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Comparing communication technology on Chinese, English, and Spanish diabetes web sites.


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    The USU medical PDA initiative: the PDA as an educational tool.

    • Leon Moore ;
    • Bradley R. Richardson ;
    • Robert W. Williams

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The USU medical PDA initiative: the PDA as an educational tool.


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    PQL: a declarative query language over dynamic biological schemata.

    • P. Mork ;
    • R. Shaker ;
    • A. Halevy ;
    • P. Tarczy-Hornoch

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    PQL: a declarative query language over dynamic biological schemata.


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    Medical informatics as a market for IS/IT.

    • Theodore Allan Morris

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Medical informatics as a market for IS/IT.


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    A comparison of communication needs of charge nurses in two operating room suites.

    • Jacqueline Moss ;
    • Yan Xiao

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A comparison of communication needs of charge nurses in two operating room suites.


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    A neural network approach to treatment optimization.

    • Paul Munro ;
    • Siripun Sanguansintukual

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A neural network approach to treatment optimization.


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    A security architecture for query tools used to access large biomedical databases.

    • Shawn N. Murphy ;
    • Henry C. Chueh

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A security architecture for query tools used to access large biomedical databases.


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    A semantic normal form for clinical drugs in the UMLS: early experiences with the VANDF.

    • Stuart J. Nelson ;
    • Steven H. Brown ;
    • Mark S. Erlbaum ;
    • Nels Olson ;
    • Tammy Powell ;
    • Brian Carlsen ;
    • John Carter ;
    • Mark S. Tuttle ;
    • William T. Hole

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A semantic normal form for clinical drugs in the UMLS: early experiences with the VANDF.


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    Implementation of an automated guideline monitor for secondary prevention of acute myocardial infarction.

    • Laura A. Noirot ;
    • Amy Blickensderfer ;
    • Erin Christensen ;
    • Robyn Schaiff ;
    • Anthony Kessels ;
    • Alan Braverman ;
    • Anne Goldberg ;
    • William Claiborne Dunagan ;
    • Thomas C. Bailey

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementation of an automated guideline monitor for secondary prevention of acute myocardial infarction.


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    The Chronus II temporal database mediator.

    • Martin J. O'Connor ;
    • Samson W. Tu ;
    • Mark A. Musen

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The Chronus II temporal database mediator.


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    Comparing imperfect measurements with the Bland-Altman technique: application in gene expression analysis.

    • Lucila Ohno-Machado ;
    • Staal Vinterbo ;
    • Stephen Dreiseitl ;
    • Tor-Kristian Jenssen ;
    • Winston Kuo

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Comparing imperfect measurements with the Bland-Altman technique: application in gene expression analysis.


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    Impact of a computerized alert during physician order entry on medication dosing in patients with renal impairment.

    • Michael I. Oppenheim ;
    • Cristina Vidal ;
    • Ferdinand T. Velasco ;
    • Aurelia G. Boyer ;
    • Mary Reich Cooper ;
    • Joseph G. Hayes ;
    • William W. Frayer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Impact of a computerized alert during physician order entry on medication dosing in patients with renal impairment.


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    A UML-based meta-framework for system design in public health informatics.

    • Anna O. Orlova ;
    • Harold Lehmann

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A UML-based meta-framework for system design in public health informatics.


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    Maximum entropy modeling for mining patient medication status from free text.

    • Serguei V. Pakhomov ;
    • Alexander Ruggieri ;
    • Christopher G. Chute

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Maximum entropy modeling for mining patient medication status from free text.


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    Computable decision modules for patient safety in child health care.

    • Ratna Pakpahan ;
    • E. Andrew Balas ;
    • Suzanne A. Boren

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Computable decision modules for patient safety in child health care.


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    Knowledge management: evaluating the organizational requirements and culture for an emerging technology.

    • Chris Parton ;
    • Samuel J Wang ;
    • Blackford Middleton

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    Knowledge management: evaluating the organizational requirements and culture for an emerging technology.


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    Characteristics and override rates of order checks in a practitioner order entry system.

    • Thomas H. Payne ;
    • W. Paul Nichol ;
    • Patty Hoey ;
    • James Savarino

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    Characteristics and override rates of order checks in a practitioner order entry system.


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    Support for guideline development through error classification and constraint checking.

    • Mor Peleg ;
    • Vimla L. Patel ;
    • Vincenza Snow ;
    • Samson Tu ;
    • Christel Mottur-Pilson ;
    • Edward H. Shortliffe ;
    • Robert A. Greenes

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Support for guideline development through error classification and constraint checking.


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    Auditing the UMLS for redundant classifications.

    • Yi Peng ;
    • Michael H. Halper ;
    • Yehoshua Perl ;
    • James Geller

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Auditing the UMLS for redundant classifications.


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    Supporting collaboration in multidisciplinary home care teams.

    • David Pinelle ;
    • Carl Gutwin

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Supporting collaboration in multidisciplinary home care teams.


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    Tracking meaning over time in the UMLS Metathesaurus.

    • Tammy Powell ;
    • Suresh Srinivasan ;
    • Stuart J. Nelson ;
    • William T. Hole ;
    • Laura Roth ;
    • Vladimir Olenichev

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Tracking meaning over time in the UMLS Metathesaurus.


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    SmartQuery: context-sensitive links to medical knowledge sources from the electronic patient record.

    • Susan L. Price ;
    • William R. Hersh ;
    • Daniel D. Olson ;
    • Peter J. Embi

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    SmartQuery: context-sensitive links to medical knowledge sources from the electronic patient record.


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    Mining time-dependent patient outcomes from hospital patient records.

    • Bharat R. Rao ;
    • Sathyakama Sandilya ;
    • Radu Niculescu ;
    • Colin Germond ;
    • A. Goel

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Mining time-dependent patient outcomes from hospital patient records.


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    Providing context-sensitive decision-support based on WHO guidelines.

    • Heta N. Ray ;
    • Aziz A. Boxwala ;
    • Vishwanath Anantraman ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Providing context-sensitive decision-support based on WHO guidelines.


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    Scale and context: issues in ontologies to link health- and bio-informatics.

    • Alan L. Rector ;
    • Jeremy Rogers ;
    • Angus Roberts ;
    • Chris Wroe

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    Scale and context: issues in ontologies to link health- and bio-informatics.


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    Asking questions: information needs in a surgical intensive care unit.

    • Madhu C. Reddy ;
    • Wanda Pratt ;
    • Paul Dourish ;
    • Michael Shabot

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    Asking questions: information needs in a surgical intensive care unit.


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    Using LOINC to link an EMR to the pertinent paragraph in a structured reference knowledge base.

    • James C. Reichert ;
    • Matt Glasgow ;
    • Scott P. Narus ;
    • Paul D. Clayton

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using LOINC to link an EMR to the pertinent paragraph in a structured reference knowledge base.


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    Cognitive analyses of a paper medical record and electronic medical record on the documentation of two nursing tasks: patient education and adherence assessment of insulin administration.

    • Susan M. Rinkus ;
    • Ainsley Chitwood

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    Cognitive analyses of a paper medical record and electronic medical record on the documentation of two nursing tasks: patient education and adherence assessment of insulin administration.


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    Accessing genomic data through XML-based remote procedure calls.

    • Alberto Riva ;
    • Isaac S. Kohane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Accessing genomic data through XML-based remote procedure calls.


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    A usability study of physicians interaction with a paper-based patient record system and a graphical-based electronic patient record system.

    • Nestor J. Rodriguez ;
    • Viviam Murillo ;
    • José A. Borges ;
    • Johanna Ortiz ;
    • Daniel Z. Sands

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A usability study of physicians interaction with a paper-based patient record system and a graphical-based electronic patient record system.


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    Evaluating the prevalence, content and readability of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) web pages on the internet.

    • Smitha Sagaram ;
    • Muhammad Walji ;
    • Elmer Bernstam

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    Evaluating the prevalence, content and readability of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) web pages on the internet.


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    Discovering protein similarity using natural language processing.

    • Indra N. Sarkar ;
    • Thomas C. Rindflesch

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    Discovering protein similarity using natural language processing.


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    An unsupervised self-optimizing gene clustering algorithm.

    • Asher D. Schachter ;
    • Isaac S. Kohane

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    An unsupervised self-optimizing gene clustering algorithm.


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    A knowledge representation view on biomedical structure and function.

    • Stefan Schulz ;
    • Udo Hahn

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    A knowledge representation view on biomedical structure and function.


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    A rule driven bi-directional translation system for remapping queries and result sets between a mediated schema and heterogeneous data sources.

    • R. Shaker ;
    • P. Mork ;
    • M. Barclay ;
    • P. Tarczy-Hornoch

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    A rule driven bi-directional translation system for remapping queries and result sets between a mediated schema and heterogeneous data sources.


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    In their own words? A terminological analysis of e-mail to a cancer information service.

    • Catherine Arnott Smith ;
    • P. Zoë Stavri ;
    • Wendy Webber Chapman

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    In their own words? A terminological analysis of e-mail to a cancer information service.


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    Development and pilot testing of an Organizational Information Technology/Systems Innovation Readiness Scale (OITIRS).

    • Rita Snyder-Halpern

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    Development and pilot testing of an Organizational Information Technology/Systems Innovation Readiness Scale (OITIRS).


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    A context-sensitive methodology for automatic episode creation.

    • Roderick Y. Son ;
    • Ricky K. Taira ;
    • Alex A. T. Bui ;
    • Hooshang Kangarloo ;
    • Alfonso F. Cardenas

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A context-sensitive methodology for automatic episode creation.


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    Role grouping as an extension to the description logic of Ontylog, motivated by concept modeling in SNOMED.

    • Kent A. Spackman ;
    • Robert Dionne ;
    • Eric Mays ;
    • Jason Weis

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    Role grouping as an extension to the description logic of Ontylog, motivated by concept modeling in SNOMED.


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    Pilot study optimizing MEDLINE queries in an automated disease management telemedicine system.

    • Jeffrey A. Spaeder

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    Pilot study optimizing MEDLINE queries in an automated disease management telemedicine system.


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    Exploring text mining from MEDLINE.

    • Padmini Srinivasan ;
    • Thomas Rindflesch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Exploring text mining from MEDLINE.


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    Finding UMLS Metathesaurus concepts in MEDLINE.

    • Suresh Srinivasan ;
    • Thomas C. Rindflesch ;
    • William T. Hole ;
    • Alan R. Aronson ;
    • James G. Mork

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Finding UMLS Metathesaurus concepts in MEDLINE.


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    Towards elicitation of users requirements for hospital information system: from a care process modelling technique to a web based collaborative tool.

    • Pascal M. Staccini ;
    • Michel Joubert ;
    • Jean-Francois Quaranta ;
    • Marius Fieschi

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Towards elicitation of users requirements for hospital information system: from a care process modelling technique to a web based collaborative tool.


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    Introduction of a hierarchy to LOINC to facilitate public health reporting.

    • Steven Steindel ;
    • John W. Loonsk ;
    • Alan Sim ;
    • Timothy J. Doyle ;
    • Robb S. Chapman ;
    • Samuel L. Groseclose

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    Introduction of a hierarchy to LOINC to facilitate public health reporting.


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    The sublanguage of cross-coverage.

    • Peter D. Stetson ;
    • Stephen B. Johnson ;
    • Matthew Scotch ;
    • George Hripcsak

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    The sublanguage of cross-coverage.


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    Modeling fatigue.

    • Walton Sumner, 2nd ;
    • Jin Zhong Xu

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Modeling fatigue.


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    Automated concept matching between laboratory databases.

    • Yao Sun

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    Automated concept matching between laboratory databases.


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    Identification of patient name references within medical documents using semantic selectional restrictions.

    • Ricky K. Taira ;
    • Alex A. T. Bui ;
    • Hooshang Kangarloo

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    Identification of patient name references within medical documents using semantic selectional restrictions.


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    Extended attributes of event monitor systems for criteria-based notification modalities.

    • Ying Tao ;
    • Dongwen Wang ;
    • Edward H. Shortliffe ;
    • Yves A. Lussier

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    Extended attributes of event monitor systems for criteria-based notification modalities.


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    Head and neck lymph node region delineation with 3-D CT image registration.

    • Chia-Chi Teng ;
    • Mary M. Austin-Seymour ;
    • Jerry Barker ;
    • Ira J. Kalet ;
    • Linda G. Shapiro ;
    • Mark Whipple

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Head and neck lymph node region delineation with 3-D CT image registration.


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    Supporting physicians in taking decisions in clinical guidelines: the GLARE "what if" facility.

    • Paolo Terenziani ;
    • Stefania Montani ;
    • Alesio Bottrighi ;
    • Mauro Torchio ;
    • Gianpaolo Molino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Supporting physicians in taking decisions in clinical guidelines: the GLARE "what if" facility.


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    A successful technique for removing names in pathology reports using an augmented search and replace method.

    • Sean M. Thomas ;
    • Burke Mamlin ;
    • Gunther Schadow ;
    • Clement McDonald

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A successful technique for removing names in pathology reports using an augmented search and replace method.


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    Using point of service clinical documentation to reduce variability in charge capture.

    • Sidney N. Thornton ;
    • Hong Yu ;
    • Reed M. Gardner

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    Using point of service clinical documentation to reduce variability in charge capture.


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    Distributed medical informatics education using internet2.

    • Patrica J. Tidmarsh ;
    • Joseph Cummings ;
    • William R. Hersh ;
    • Charles P. Freidman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Distributed medical informatics education using internet2.


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    Crossing the "digital divide:" implementing an electronic medical record system in a rural Kenyan health center to support clinical care and research.

    • William M. Tierney ;
    • Joseph K. Rotich ;
    • Faye E. Smith ;
    • John Bii ;
    • Robert M. Einterz ;
    • Terry J. Hannan

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Crossing the "digital divide:" implementing an electronic medical record system in a rural Kenyan health center to support clinical care and research.


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    Defining medical concepts by linguistic variables with fuzzy Arden Syntax.

    • Sven Tiffe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Defining medical concepts by linguistic variables with fuzzy Arden Syntax.


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    Integration of a standard gastrointestinal endoscopy terminology in the UMLS Metathesaurus.

    • Michele Tringali ;
    • William T. Hole ;
    • Suresh Srinivasan

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Integration of a standard gastrointestinal endoscopy terminology in the UMLS Metathesaurus.


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    Understanding usage patterns of handheld computers in clinical practice.

    • Mathias Tschopp ;
    • Christian Lovis ;
    • Antoine Geissbuhler

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Understanding usage patterns of handheld computers in clinical practice.


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    CHIP TUNER: a web tool for evidence-based noise reduction in gene discovery.

    • C. L. Tsien ;
    • T. A. Libermann ;
    • X. Gu ;
    • A. Kho ;
    • I. S. Kohane

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    CHIP TUNER: a web tool for evidence-based noise reduction in gene discovery.


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    Data, network, and application: technical description of the Utah RODS Winter Olympic Biosurveillance System.

    • Fu-Chiang Tsui ;
    • Jeremy U. Espino ;
    • Michael M. Wagner ;
    • Per Gesteland ;
    • Oleg Ivanov ;
    • Robert T. Olszewski ;
    • Zhen Liu ;
    • Xiaoming Zeng ;
    • Wendy Chapman ;
    • Weng Keen Wong ;
    • Andrew Moore

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Data, network, and application: technical description of the Utah RODS Winter Olympic Biosurveillance System.


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    An approach to object-relational mapping in bioscience domains.

    • David Tuck ;
    • Ryan O'Connell ;
    • Peter Gershkovich ;
    • James Cowan

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    An approach to object-relational mapping in bioscience domains.


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    Implementing security and access control mechanisms for an electronic healthcare record.

    • Frank K. Ueckert ;
    • Hans-Ulrich Prokosch

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementing security and access control mechanisms for an electronic healthcare record.


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    Timely redistribution of information for epidemiological surveillance and alert: the experience from the French communicable diseases network.

    • Alain-Jacques Valleron ;
    • Jaques J. Vidal

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Timely redistribution of information for epidemiological surveillance and alert: the experience from the French communicable diseases network.


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    Research for research: tools for knowledge discovery and visualization.

    • Erik M. Van Mulligen ;
    • Christiaan Van Der Eijk ;
    • Jan A. Kors ;
    • Bob J. A. Schijvenaars ;
    • Barend Mons

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Research for research: tools for knowledge discovery and visualization.


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    Implementation of an electronic logbook for intensive care units.

    • Carrie J. Wallace ;
    • Dennis Stansfield ;
    • Kathryn A. Gibb Ellis ;
    • Terry P. Clemmer

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Implementation of an electronic logbook for intensive care units.


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    The SNOMED clinical terms development process: refinement and analysis of content.

    • Amy Y. Wang ;
    • Jeremiah H. Sable ;
    • Kent A. Spackman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The SNOMED clinical terms development process: refinement and analysis of content.


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    The cognitive demands of an innovative query user interface.

    • Di Wang ;
    • David R. Kaufman ;
    • Eneida A. Mendonca ;
    • Yoon-Hu Seol ;
    • Stephen B. Johnson ;
    • James J. Cimino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The cognitive demands of an innovative query user interface.


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    GLEE--a model-driven execution system for computer-based implementation of clinical practice guidelines.

    • Dongwen Wang ;
    • Edward H. Shortliffe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    GLEE--a model-driven execution system for computer-based implementation of clinical practice guidelines.


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    A clinical rules taxonomy for the implementation of a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system.

    • Jerome K. Wang ;
    • M. Michael Shabot ;
    • Raymond G. Duncan ;
    • Jeanette X. Polaschek ;
    • Douglas T. Jones

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    A clinical rules taxonomy for the implementation of a computerized physician order entry (CPOE) system.


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    End of visit: design considerations for an ambulatory order entry module.

    • Samuel J Wang ;
    • Barry H Blumenfeld ;
    • Susan E. Roche ;
    • Julia A. Greim ;
    • Karen E. Burk ;
    • Tejal K Gandhi ;
    • David W Bates ;
    • Gilad J Kuperman

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    End of visit: design considerations for an ambulatory order entry module.


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    Building an asynchronous web-based tool for machine learning classification.

    • Griffin Weber ;
    • Staal Vinterbo ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Building an asynchronous web-based tool for machine learning classification.


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    Conducting a study of Internet-based video conferencing for assessing acute medical problems in a nursing facility.

    • Michael Weiner ;
    • Gunther Schadow ;
    • Donald Lindbergh ;
    • Jill Warvel ;
    • Greg Abernathy ;
    • Susan M. Perkins ;
    • Paul R. Dexter ;
    • Clement J. McDonald

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Conducting a study of Internet-based video conferencing for assessing acute medical problems in a nursing facility.


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    Temporal knowledge representation for scheduling tasks in clinical trial protocols.

    • Chunhua Weng ;
    • Michael Kahn ;
    • John Gennari

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Temporal knowledge representation for scheduling tasks in clinical trial protocols.


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    The German specialist lexicon.

    • Gesa Weske-Heck ;
    • Albrecht Zaiss ;
    • Matthias Zabel ;
    • Stefan Schulz ;
    • Wolfgang Giere ;
    • Michael Schopen ;
    • Rüdiger Klar

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    The German specialist lexicon.


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    Optimization of clinical teaching unit call schedules at the Ottawa hospital through tabu search heuristics.

    • Christine A. White ;
    • George M. White

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Optimization of clinical teaching unit call schedules at the Ottawa hospital through tabu search heuristics.


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    Using client-side event logging and path tracing to assess and improve the quality of web-based surveys.

    • Thomas M. White ;
    • Michael J. Hauan

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using client-side event logging and path tracing to assess and improve the quality of web-based surveys.


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    Using natural language processing to analyze physician modifications to data entry templates.

    • Adam B. Wilcox ;
    • Scott P. Narus ;
    • Watson A. Bowes, 3rd

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Using natural language processing to analyze physician modifications to data entry templates.


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    Robustness of empirical search strategies for clinical content in MEDLINE.

    • Nancy L. Wilczynski ;
    • R. Brian Haynes ;
    • Hedges Team

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Robustness of empirical search strategies for clinical content in MEDLINE.


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    NLM tele-educational application for radiologists to interpret mammography.

    • Min Wu ;
    • Yuanshui Zheng ;
    • Michael North ;
    • Etta Pisano

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    NLM tele-educational application for radiologists to interpret mammography.


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    Discovery of gene-regulation pathways using local causal search.

    • Changwon Yoo ;
    • Gregory F. Cooper

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Discovery of gene-regulation pathways using local causal search.


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    Automatic extraction of gene and protein synonyms from MEDLINE and journal articles.

    • Hong Yu ;
    • Vasileios Hatzivassiloglou ;
    • Carol Friedman ;
    • Andrey Rzhetsky ;
    • W. John Wilbur

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Automatic extraction of gene and protein synonyms from MEDLINE and journal articles.


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    Introducing information technology into the home: conducting a home assessment.

    • Teresa Zayas-Cabán

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Introducing information technology into the home: conducting a home assessment.


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    Matching of flow-cytometry histograms using information theory in feature space.

    • Qing Zeng ;
    • Matthew Wand ;
    • Alan J. Young ;
    • James Rawn ;
    • Edgar L. Milford ;
    • Steven J. Mentzer ;
    • Robert A. Greenes

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Matching of flow-cytometry histograms using information theory in feature space.


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    Toward a cognitive taxonomy of medical errors.

    • Jiajie Zhang ;
    • Vimla L. Patel ;
    • Todd R. Johnson ;
    • Edward H. Shortliffe

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Toward a cognitive taxonomy of medical errors.


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    Enriching the structure of the UMLS semantic network.

    • Li Zhang ;
    • Yehoshua Perl ;
    • Michael H. Halper ;
    • James Geller ;
    • James J. Cimino

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Enriching the structure of the UMLS semantic network.


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    Progressive display of very high resolution images using wavelets.

    • Ya Zhang ;
    • James Z. Wang

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Progressive display of very high resolution images using wavelets.


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    Filtering for medical news items using a machine learning approach.

    • Wanhong Zheng ;
    • Evangelos Milios ;
    • Carolyn Watters

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    Filtering for medical news items using a machine learning approach.


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    An assessment of the visibility of MeSH-indexed medical web catalogs through search engines.

    • P. Zweigenbaum ;
    • S. J. Darmoni ;
    • N. Grabar ;
    • M. Douyère ;
    • J. Benichou

    Manuscript Type: Paper

    An assessment of the visibility of MeSH-indexed medical web catalogs through search engines.


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