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    AMIA Task Force on Status and Future Direction of EHRs: Early Findings and Your Thoughts

    • Thomas Payne $lastName ;
    • Michael Zaroukian $lastName ;
    • Sarah Corley $lastName ;
    • David McCallie $lastName ;
    • Theresa Cullen $lastName

    AMIA Task Force on Status and Future Direction of EHRs: Early Findings and Your Thoughts


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    AMIA Task Force on Status and Future Direction of EHRs: Early Findings and Your Thoughts


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    IOM Recommends Social and Behavioral Domains and Measures for Electronic Health Records

    • Patricia Brennan $lastName ;
    • George Hripcsak $lastName ;
    • Deidra Crews $lastName

    IOM Recommends Social and Behavioral Domains and Measures for Electronic Health Records


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    The Healthcare Services Platform Consortium - An Opportunity to Foster Truly Interoperable Health Care Applications

    • Robert Greenes $lastName ;
    • J. Marc Overhage $lastName ;
    • Jonathan Nebeker $lastName ;
    • Oscar Diaz $lastName ;
    • Stanley Huff $lastName

    The Healthcare Services Platform Consortium - An Opportunity to Foster Truly Interoperable Health Care Applications


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    The Healthcare Services Platform Consortium - An Opportunity to Foster Truly Interoperable Health Care Applications


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    HIT Standards: A Year of Change, Innovation, and Challenge

    • William Hammond $lastName ;
    • Stanley Huff $lastName ;
    • Douglas Fridsma $lastName ;
    • Christopher Chute $lastName ;
    • Steve Posnack $lastName ;
    • Charles Jaffe $lastName

    HIT Standards: A Year of Change, Innovation, and Challenge


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    Translational Bioinformatics: Highlights from the Summits

    • Russ Altman $lastName ;
    • Neil Sarkar $lastName

    Translational Bioinformatics: Highlights from the Summits


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    Patient Engagement and Beyond: Opportunities for Collaboration between AMIA and the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)

    • David Ahern $lastName ;
    • Eric Hekler $lastName ;
    • Ellen Beckjord $lastName ;
    • Bradford Hesse $lastName

    Patient Engagement and Beyond: Opportunities for Collaboration between AMIA and the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)


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    Patient Engagement and Beyond: Opportunities for Collaboration between AMIA and the Society of Behavioral Medicine (SBM)


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    Patient-Generated Health Data in Practice – Learning from the Early Experiences of Innovators

    • Jonathan S. Wald $lastName ;
    • Samue T. Rosenbloom $lastName ;
    • Susan Woods $lastName ;
    • Carolyn L. Kerrigan $lastName ;
    • Alistair Erskine $lastName ;
    • Neil W. Wagle $lastName ;
    • John E. Mattison $lastName

    Patient-Generated Health Data in Practice – Learning from the Early Experiences of Innovators


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    Squaring the circle: Managing local healthcare terminologies in the age of standardization  

    • Titus Schleyer $lastName ;
    • Daniel J. Vreeman $lastName ;
    • Mark S. Tuttle $lastName ;
    • James J. Cimino $lastName

    Squaring the circle: Managing local healthcare terminologies in the age of standardization  


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    Squaring the circle: Managing local healthcare terminologies in the age of standardization  


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    A Framework for Analyzing Inpatient Nursing Costs

    • John Welton $lastName

    A Framework for Analyzing Inpatient Nursing Costs


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    A Framework for Analyzing Inpatient Nursing Costs


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    An Integrated Billing Application to Streamline Clinician Workflow

    • David Vawdrey $lastName

    An Integrated Billing Application to Streamline Clinician Workflow


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    Application of Behavioral Economics to Design of Decision Support and Performance Feedback: A Comparative Randomized Controlled Trial

    • Daniella Meeker $lastName

    Application of Behavioral Economics to Design of Decision Support and Performance Feedback: A Comparative Randomized Controlled Trial


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    The Impact of HIT on Cost and Quality in Patient-Centered Medical Home Practices

    • Julia Adler-Milstein $lastName

    The Impact of HIT on Cost and Quality in Patient-Centered Medical Home Practices


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    The Impact of HIT on Cost and Quality in Patient-Centered Medical Home Practices


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    An Evaluation of a Natural Language Processing Tool for Identifying and Encoding Allergy Information in Emergency Department Clinical Notes

    • Foster Goss $lastName

    An Evaluation of a Natural Language Processing Tool for Identifying and Encoding Allergy Information in Emergency Department Clinical Notes


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    Extracting Patient Demographics and Personal Medical Information from Online Health Forums

    • Yang Liu $lastName

    Extracting Patient Demographics and Personal Medical Information from Online Health Forums


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    Extracting Patient Demographics and Personal Medical Information from Online Health Forums


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    HARVEST, a Holistic Patient Record Summarizer at the Point of Care

    • Noemie Elhadad $lastName

    HARVEST, a Holistic Patient Record Summarizer at the Point of Care


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    Using Language Models to Identify Relevant New Information in Inpatient Clinical Note

    • Rui Zhang $lastName

    Using Language Models to Identify Relevant New Information in Inpatient Clinical Note


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    An Automated Approach for Ranking Journals to Help in Clinician Decision Support

    • Siddhartha Jonnalagadda $lastName

    An Automated Approach for Ranking Journals to Help in Clinician Decision Support


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    Missing evidence for HIT transformation in a review of the literature

    • Andrew Phillips $lastName

    Manuscript Type: noPaper

    PubMedMiner: Mining and Visualizing MeSH-based Associations in PubMed

    • Yucan Zhang $lastName

    PubMedMiner: Mining and Visualizing MeSH-based Associations in PubMed


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    PubMedMiner: Mining and Visualizing MeSH-based Associations in PubMed


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    Stochastic Gradient Descent and the Prediction of MeSH for PubMed Records

    • W. Wilbur $lastName

    Stochastic Gradient Descent and the Prediction of MeSH for PubMed Records


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    Stochastic Gradient Descent and the Prediction of MeSH for PubMed Records


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    Associations between Use of Electronic Health Record Features and Health Care Quality in Ambulatory Care

    • Jessica Ancker $lastName

    Associations between Use of Electronic Health Record Features and Health Care Quality in Ambulatory Care


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    Associations between Use of Electronic Health Record Features and Health Care Quality in Ambulatory Care


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    ED Noise and Cognition Interruptions: Do We Have a Jackhammer in the Cockpit?

    • Mary Little $lastName

    ED Noise and Cognition Interruptions: Do We Have a Jackhammer in the Cockpit?


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    ED Noise and Cognition Interruptions: Do We Have a Jackhammer in the Cockpit?


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    Factors Contributing to CPOE Opiate Allergy Alert Overrides

    • Deborah Ariosto $lastName

    Factors Contributing to CPOE Opiate Allergy Alert Overrides


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    Factors Contributing to CPOE Opiate Allergy Alert Overrides


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    Impacts of EHR Certification and Meaningful Use Implementation on an Integrated Delivery Network

    • Watson Bowes $lastName

    Impacts of EHR Certification and Meaningful Use Implementation on an Integrated Delivery Network


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    Impacts of EHR Certification and Meaningful Use Implementation on an Integrated Delivery Network


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    Analyzing U.S. prescription lists with RxNorm and the ATC/DDD Index

    • Olivier Bodenreider $lastName

    Analyzing U.S. prescription lists with RxNorm and the ATC/DDD Index


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    Analyzing U.S. prescription lists with RxNorm and the ATC/DDD Index


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    Development of an Alert System to Detect Drug Interactions with Herbal Supplements using Medical Record Data

    • Joshua Proulx $lastName

    Development of an Alert System to Detect Drug Interactions with Herbal Supplements using Medical Record Data


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    Evaluation of RxNorm for Medication Clinical Decision Support

    • Robert Freimuth $lastName

    Evaluation of RxNorm for Medication Clinical Decision Support


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    Evaluation of RxNorm for Medication Clinical Decision Support


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    Towards Drug Repositioning: A Unified Computational Framework for Integrating Multiple Aspects of Drug Similarity and Disease Similarity

    • Ping Zhang $lastName

    Towards Drug Repositioning: A Unified Computational Framework for Integrating Multiple Aspects of Drug Similarity and Disease Similarity


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    Towards Drug Repositioning: A Unified Computational Framework for Integrating Multiple Aspects of Drug Similarity and Disease Similarity


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    An Exploration of the Potential Reach of Smartphones in Diabetes

    • Katherine Blondon $lastName

    An Exploration of the Potential Reach of Smartphones in Diabetes


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    An Exploration of the Potential Reach of Smartphones in Diabetes


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    Design Considerations for Post-Acute Care mHealth: Patient Perspectives

    • Patrick Sanger $lastName

    Design Considerations for Post-Acute Care mHealth: Patient Perspectives


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    Design Considerations for Post-Acute Care mHealth: Patient Perspectives


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    MedMinify: An Advice-giving System for Simplifying the Schedules of Daily Home Medication Regimens Used to Treat Chronic Conditions

    • Allen Flynn $lastName

    MedMinify: An Advice-giving System for Simplifying the Schedules of Daily Home Medication Regimens Used to Treat Chronic Conditions


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    MedMinify: An Advice-giving System for Simplifying the Schedules of Daily Home Medication Regimens Used to Treat Chronic Conditions


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    Use of Design Science for Informing the Development of a Mobile App for Persons Living with HIV

    • Rebecca Schnall $lastName

    Use of Design Science for Informing the Development of a Mobile App for Persons Living with HIV


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    Health information technology: use it well, or don't! Findings from the use of a decision support system for breast cancer management

    • Brigitte Séroussi $lastName

    Health information technology: use it well, or don't! Findings from the use of a decision support system for breast cancer management


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    Health information technology: use it well, or don't! Findings from the use of a decision support system for breast cancer management


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    Medical Alert Management: A Real-Time Adaptive Decision Support Tool to Reduce Alert Fatigue

    • Eva Lee $lastName

    Medical Alert Management: A Real-Time Adaptive Decision Support Tool to Reduce Alert Fatigue


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    Multiple Perspectives on Clinical Decision Support:  A Qualitative Study of Fifteen Clinical and Vendor Organizations

    • Joan Ash $lastName

    Multiple Perspectives on Clinical Decision Support:  A Qualitative Study of Fifteen Clinical and Vendor Organizations


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    Multiple Perspectives on Clinical Decision Support:  A Qualitative Study of Fifteen Clinical and Vendor Organizations


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    Translating EHR-Based Diabetes Decision Support Tools Into the Safety Net

    • Rachel Gold $lastName

    Translating EHR-Based Diabetes Decision Support Tools Into the Safety Net


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    Latest Developments in Informatics Certification and Accreditation

    • Cynthia Gadd $lastName ;
    • Charles Friedman $lastName ;
    • Christopher A. Longhurst $lastName ;
    • William Greaves $lastName ;
    • Don E. Detmer $lastName

    Latest Developments in Informatics Certification and Accreditation


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    ACMI at 30 – The Founding of the American College of Medical Informatics and the American Medical Informatics Association

    • Donald Lindberg $lastName ;
    • Marion Ball $lastName ;
    • Bruce Blum $lastName ;
    • Edward H. Shortliffe $lastName ;
    • Alexa McCray $lastName

    ACMI at 30 – The Founding of the American College of Medical Informatics and the American Medical Informatics Association


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    Informatics in the Media Year in Review

    • Daniel Sands $lastName

    Informatics in the Media Year in Review


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    Informatics in the Media Year in Review


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    Public and Global Health Informatics Year in Review

    • Brian E. Dixon $lastName ;
    • Jamie Pina $lastName ;
    • Janise Richards $lastName ;
    • Hadi Kharrazi $lastName ;
    • Anne M. Turner $lastName

    Public and Global Health Informatics Year in Review


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    ACMI at 30 – Evolution of Themes and Topics in Biomedical and Health Informatics

    • Betsy Humphreys $lastName ;
    • Peter Szolovits $lastName ;
    • Patricia F. Brennan $lastName ;
    • George Hripcsak $lastName ;
    • Siaw-Teng Liaw $lastName ;
    • Lucila Ohno-Machado $lastName ;
    • Wendy Chapman $lastName ;
    • Indra N. Sarkar $lastName

    ACMI at 30 – Evolution of Themes and Topics in Biomedical and Health Informatics


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    Informatics Careers in Industry: Help Wanted

    • John Cai $lastName ;
    • Elizabeth Chapman $lastName ;
    • Steven E. Labkoff $lastName ;
    • Richard B. Tayrien $lastName ;
    • Michael Weiner $lastName ;
    • Howard R. Strasberg $lastName

    Informatics Careers in Industry: Help Wanted


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    Innovative Approaches to Medication Reconciliation within the Veterans Health Administration: Designing the ‘Magic Pill’

    • Blake J. Lesselroth $lastName ;
    • Kathleen G. Adams $lastName ;
    • Steven R. Simon $lastName ;
    • Kenneth Boockvar $lastName ;
    • Peter Kaboli $lastName

    Innovative Approaches to Medication Reconciliation within the Veterans Health Administration: Designing the ‘Magic Pill’


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    Innovative Approaches to Medication Reconciliation within the Veterans Health Administration: Designing the ‘Magic Pill’


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    Informatics without Borders: International Outreach of US-based Training Programs

    • Lucila Ohno-Machado $lastName ;
    • William R. Hersh $lastName ;
    • Cynthia Gadd $lastName ;
    • Rebecca S. Crowley $lastName

    Informatics without Borders: International Outreach of US-based Training Programs


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    Cognitive design of a digital desk for the emergency room setting

    • Magnus Bang $lastName

    Cognitive design of a digital desk for the emergency room setting


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    Integration of Generic Electronic Health Records: Moving from Technology Acceptance to Adaptive Structuration to Reciprocal Coordination

    • Susan Sherer $lastName

    Integration of Generic Electronic Health Records: Moving from Technology Acceptance to Adaptive Structuration to Reciprocal Coordination


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    Integration of Generic Electronic Health Records: Moving from Technology Acceptance to Adaptive Structuration to Reciprocal Coordination


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    Knowledge Crystallization and Clinical Priorities: Evaluating How Physicians Collect and Synthesize Patient-Related Data

    • Ari Pollack $lastName

    Knowledge Crystallization and Clinical Priorities: Evaluating How Physicians Collect and Synthesize Patient-Related Data


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    The EHR’s roles in collaboration between providers: A qualitative study

    • Dian Chase $lastName

    The EHR’s roles in collaboration between providers: A qualitative study


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    The EHR’s roles in collaboration between providers: A qualitative study


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    Adding flexible temporal constraints to identify chronic comorbid conditions in ambulatory claims data

    • Walton Sumner $lastName

    Adding flexible temporal constraints to identify chronic comorbid conditions in ambulatory claims data


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    Adding flexible temporal constraints to identify chronic comorbid conditions in ambulatory claims data


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    Congestive Heart Failure Information Extraction Framework (CHIEF) Evaluation

    • Stephane Meystre $lastName

    Congestive Heart Failure Information Extraction Framework (CHIEF) Evaluation


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    Congestive Heart Failure Information Extraction Framework (CHIEF) Evaluation


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    Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) CPOE Order Sets Measured by Health Outcomes

    • Jacob Krive $lastName

    Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) CPOE Order Sets Measured by Health Outcomes


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    Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) CPOE Order Sets Measured by Health Outcomes


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    Evaluate the Effectiveness of Mobile Health Intervention Program for the Senior Population Suffering from Hypertension and Hypercholesterolemia in Taiwan

    • Wu Meng- Ping $lastName

    Evaluate the Effectiveness of Mobile Health Intervention Program for the Senior Population Suffering from Hypertension and Hypercholesterolemia in Taiwan


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    Evaluate the Effectiveness of Mobile Health Intervention Program for the Senior Population Suffering from Hypertension and Hypercholesterolemia in Taiwan


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    Could Patient Self-reported Health Data Complement EHR for Phenotyping?

    • Daniel Fort $lastName

    Could Patient Self-reported Health Data Complement EHR for Phenotyping?


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    Data Model for Personalized Patient Health Guidelines: An Exploratory Study

    • Mary McNamara $lastName

    Data Model for Personalized Patient Health Guidelines: An Exploratory Study


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    Data Model for Personalized Patient Health Guidelines: An Exploratory Study


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    Evaluating health interest profiles extracted from patient-generated data

    • Andrea Hartzler $lastName

    Evaluating health interest profiles extracted from patient-generated data


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    Evaluating health interest profiles extracted from patient-generated data


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    Patient-initiated secure messaging: Effects on chronic care process and clinical outcomes in a natural experiment

    • Sean McClellan $lastName

    Patient-initiated secure messaging: Effects on chronic care process and clinical outcomes in a natural experiment


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    An Electronic Patient Safety Checklist Tool for Interprofessional Healthcare Teams and Patients

    • Kumiko Ohashi $lastName

    An Electronic Patient Safety Checklist Tool for Interprofessional Healthcare Teams and Patients


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    Applied Clinical Informatics Best Practices in support of Clinical Next Best Practices: Integrating Knowledge Discovery to Delivery into Workflow

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    Automating Performance Measures and Clinical Practice Guidelines: Differences and Complementarities

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    First-Order Logic Theory for Manipulating Clinical Practice Guidelines Applied to Comorbid Patients: A Case Study

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    First-Order Logic Theory for Manipulating Clinical Practice Guidelines Applied to Comorbid Patients: A Case Study


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    A Curvilinear Path Towards Interoperability: Models of Health Information Exchange

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    A Curvilinear Path Towards Interoperability: Models of Health Information Exchange


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    Adoption of Clinical Data Exchange in Community Settings: A Comparison of Two Approaches

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    Adoption of Clinical Data Exchange in Community Settings: A Comparison of Two Approaches


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    Improving Clinical Data Integrity by using Data Adjudication Techniques for Data Received through a Health Information Exchange (HIE)

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    Validating Health Information Exchange (HIE) Data For Quality Measurement Across Four Hospitals

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    Validating Health Information Exchange (HIE) Data For Quality Measurement Across Four Hospitals


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    Coordination of Care for Complex Pediatric Patients: Perspectives from Providers and Parents

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    Developing an eBook-Integrated High-Fidelity Mobile App Prototype for Promoting Child Motor Skills and Taxonomically Assessing Children’s Emotional Responses Using Face and Sound Topology

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    Developing an eBook-Integrated High-Fidelity Mobile App Prototype for Promoting Child Motor Skills and Taxonomically Assessing Children’s Emotional Responses Using Face and Sound Topology


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    Developing an eBook-Integrated High-Fidelity Mobile App Prototype for Promoting Child Motor Skills and Taxonomically Assessing Children’s Emotional Responses Using Face and Sound Topology


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    Development of iBsafe: A Collaborative, Theory-based Approach to Creating a Mobile Game Application for Child Safety

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    Development of iBsafe: A Collaborative, Theory-based Approach to Creating a Mobile Game Application for Child Safety


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    Using Arden Syntax to Identify Registry-Eligible Very Low Birth Weight Neonates from the Electronic Health Record

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    Using Arden Syntax to Identify Registry-Eligible Very Low Birth Weight Neonates from the Electronic Health Record


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    Automated Identification of Unsuspected Lung Nodule Findings in Radiology Reports with Natural Language Processing and Text Classification

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    Automated Identification of Unsuspected Lung Nodule Findings in Radiology Reports with Natural Language Processing and Text Classification


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    Automated Identification of Unsuspected Lung Nodule Findings in Radiology Reports with Natural Language Processing and Text Classification


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    Automatically Detecting Acute Myocardial Infarction Events from EHR Text: A Preliminary Study

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    Automatically Detecting Acute Myocardial Infarction Events from EHR Text: A Preliminary Study


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    Identifying Metastases from Pathology Reports in Lung Cancer Patients

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    Identifying Metastases from Pathology Reports in Lung Cancer Patients


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    Identifying Metastases from Pathology Reports in Lung Cancer Patients


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    Layered Spaces for Clinical Information Retrieval

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    Layered Spaces for Clinical Information Retrieval


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    New Patient Care Payment Delivery Models: Meeting the Clinical and Business Challenges and the opportunity for Informatics Innovations

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    New Patient Care Payment Delivery Models: Meeting the Clinical and Business Challenges and the opportunity for Informatics Innovations


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    Enhancing Patient Engagement in the Inpatient Care Setting

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    Handling Clinical and Next Generation Sequencing data: new strategies in i2b2 and tranSMART

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    Handling Clinical and Next Generation Sequencing data: new strategies in i2b2 and tranSMART


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    A Framework for Incorporating Patient Preferences to Deliver Participatory Medicine via Interdisciplinary Healthcare Teams

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    A Framework for Incorporating Patient Preferences to Deliver Participatory Medicine via Interdisciplinary Healthcare Teams


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    A Framework for Incorporating Patient Preferences to Deliver Participatory Medicine via Interdisciplinary Healthcare Teams


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    Patient Web-Portals: Can Internet Access Explain Differences in Use Among Patients with Chronic Conditions

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    Patient Web-Portals: Can Internet Access Explain Differences in Use Among Patients with Chronic Conditions


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    Patient Web-Portals: Can Internet Access Explain Differences in Use Among Patients with Chronic Conditions


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    Providing Hospital Patients with Access to Their Medical Records

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    Providing Hospital Patients with Access to Their Medical Records


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    Sharing My Health Data: A Survey of Data Sharing Preferences of Healthy Individuals

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    Sharing My Health Data: A Survey of Data Sharing Preferences of Healthy Individuals


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    Clinical Workflow Observations to Identify Opportunities for Nurse, Physicians and Patients to Share a Patient-centered Plan of Care

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    Clinical Workflow Observations to Identify Opportunities for Nurse, Physicians and Patients to Share a Patient-centered Plan of Care


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    Clinical Workflow Observations to Identify Opportunities for Nurse, Physicians and Patients to Share a Patient-centered Plan of Care


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    Effect of Obesity and Clinical Factors on Pre-Incision Time: Study of Operating Room Workflow

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    Effect of Obesity and Clinical Factors on Pre-Incision Time: Study of Operating Room Workflow


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    Enhancing the TURF Framework with a Workflow Ontology

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    Enhancing the TURF Framework with a Workflow Ontology


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    Using TURF to Understand the Functions of Interruptions

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    Using TURF to Understand the Functions of Interruptions


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    Applications of Health Information Exchange Information to Public Health Practice

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    Applications of Health Information Exchange Information to Public Health Practice


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    Examining the Multi-level Fit between Work and Technology in a Secure Messaging Implementation

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    Examining the Multi-level Fit between Work and Technology in a Secure Messaging Implementation


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    Identifying barriers to using eHealth data for individualized clinical performance feedback in Malawi : A case study

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    Identifying barriers to using eHealth data for individualized clinical performance feedback in Malawi : A case study


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    Information Requirements for Health Information Exchange Supported Communication between Emergency Departments and Poison Control Centers

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    Information Requirements for Health Information Exchange Supported Communication between Emergency Departments and Poison Control Centers


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    Computerization of Mental Health Integration Complexity Scores at Intermountain Healthcare

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    Computerization of Mental Health Integration Complexity Scores at Intermountain Healthcare


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    Concordance of Electronic Health Record (EHR) Data Describing Delirium at a VA Hospital 

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    Concordance of Electronic Health Record (EHR) Data Describing Delirium at a VA Hospital 


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    Concordance of Electronic Health Record (EHR) Data Describing Delirium at a VA Hospital 


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    Exploring the use patterns of a mobile health application for alcohol addiction before the initial lapse after detoxification

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    Exploring the use patterns of a mobile health application for alcohol addiction before the initial lapse after detoxification


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    Exploring the use patterns of a mobile health application for alcohol addiction before the initial lapse after detoxification


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    Integrated Multisystem Analysis in a Mental Health and Criminal Justice Ecosystem

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    Integrated Multisystem Analysis in a Mental Health and Criminal Justice Ecosystem


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    Applying Active Learning to Word Sense Disambiguation in a Real-Time Setting

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    Applying Active Learning to Word Sense Disambiguation in a Real-Time Setting


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    Automated Assessment of Medical Students’ Clinical Exposures according to AAMC Geriatric Competencies

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    Automated Assessment of Medical Students’ Clinical Exposures according to AAMC Geriatric Competencies


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    Characterizing the Sublanguage of Online Breast Cancer Forums for Medications, Symptoms, and Emotions

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    Characterizing the Sublanguage of Online Breast Cancer Forums for Medications, Symptoms, and Emotions


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    Differences in Nationwide Cohorts of Acupuncture Users Identified Using Structured and Free Text Medical Records

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    Differences in Nationwide Cohorts of Acupuncture Users Identified Using Structured and Free Text Medical Records


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    Does Query Expansion Limit Our Learning? A Comparison of Social-Based Expansion to Content-Based Expansion for Medical Queries on the Internet

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    Does Query Expansion Limit Our Learning? A Comparison of Social-Based Expansion to Content-Based Expansion for Medical Queries on the Internet


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    Does Query Expansion Limit Our Learning? A Comparison of Social-Based Expansion to Content-Based Expansion for Medical Queries on the Internet


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    Does Sustained Participation in an Online Health Community Affect Sentiment?

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    Does Sustained Participation in an Online Health Community Affect Sentiment?


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    Does Sustained Participation in an Online Health Community Affect Sentiment?


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    Hispanic Patients’ Role Preferences in Primary Care Treatment Decision Making

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    Hispanic Patients’ Role Preferences in Primary Care Treatment Decision Making


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    Information is in the eye of the beholder: Seeking information on the MMR vaccine through an Internet search engine

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    Information is in the eye of the beholder: Seeking information on the MMR vaccine through an Internet search engine


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    Demonstrating A Public Health Terrain Data Visualization System

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    Demonstrating A Public Health Terrain Data Visualization System


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    Doxy.me- A simple, free, and secure telemedicine solution for health care and research participation

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    Doxy.me- A simple, free, and secure telemedicine solution for health care and research participation


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    Implementation of a Population Health Record in Montreal, Canada

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    Implementation of a Population Health Record in Montreal, Canada


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    Implementation of a Population Health Record in Montreal, Canada


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    Automating the Measurement of ICU Alarm Reliability

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    Automating the Measurement of ICU Alarm Reliability


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    BetweenNet: A Method To Discover New Gene-Disease Associations

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    BetweenNet: A Method To Discover New Gene-Disease Associations


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    Exploring Novel Visualizations of Survey Data From Users of Electronic Health Records

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    Exploring Novel Visualizations of Survey Data From Users of Electronic Health Records


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    Integrating pathway and gene expression data to identify novel pathway-specific cancer drugs Charles Pei1, Marina Sirota2, Bin Chen2 and Atul Butte2 1 Upper Arlington High School, 1650 Ridgeview Rd, Columbus, OH 43221 2 Division of Systems Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA 94305

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    Integrating pathway and gene expression data to identify novel pathway-specific cancer drugs Charles Pei1, Marina Sirota2, Bin Chen2 and Atul Butte2 1 Upper Arlington High School, 1650 Ridgeview Rd, Columbus, OH 43221 2 Division of Systems Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA 94305


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    Integrating pathway and gene expression data to identify novel pathway-specific cancer drugs Charles Pei1, Marina Sirota2, Bin Chen2 and Atul Butte2 1 Upper Arlington High School, 1650 Ridgeview Rd, Columbus, OH 43221 2 Division of Systems Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA 94305


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    Preemptive HLA Genotyping of HIV Patients for Personalized Medicine

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    Preemptive HLA Genotyping of HIV Patients for Personalized Medicine


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    Quality of Physician Documentation of Breast Cancer Family History

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    Quality of Physician Documentation of Breast Cancer Family History


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    Evolving Career Landscapes in Biomedical and Health Informatics

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    Evolving Career Landscapes in Biomedical and Health Informatics


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    How safe are users of Consumer Health Informatics?

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    How safe are users of Consumer Health Informatics?


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    How safe are users of Consumer Health Informatics?


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    Automated Operative Skill Assessment Using IR Video Motion Analysis

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    Automated Operative Skill Assessment Using IR Video Motion Analysis


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    Evolving Collaboration Patterns in Medical Research

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    Evolving Collaboration Patterns in Medical Research


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    Online Deviation Detection for Medical Processes

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    Online Deviation Detection for Medical Processes


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    Physicians’ Use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as a Communication Tool in Primary Care Visits.

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    Physicians’ Use of Electronic Health Records (EHRs) as a Communication Tool in Primary Care Visits.


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    Exploring Joint Disease Risk Prediction

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    Exploring Joint Disease Risk Prediction


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    Machine Learning for Risk Prediction of Acute Coronary Syndrome

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    Machine Learning for Risk Prediction of Acute Coronary Syndrome


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    Risk Prediction for Acute Hypotensive Patients by Using Gap Constrained Sequential Contrast Patterns

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    Risk Prediction for Acute Hypotensive Patients by Using Gap Constrained Sequential Contrast Patterns


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    Risk Prediction for Acute Hypotensive Patients by Using Gap Constrained Sequential Contrast Patterns


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    Successful Calculation of Kidney Failure Risk Using the Consolidated Clinical Document Architecture Standard

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    A Mobile/Web App for Long Distance Caregivers of Older Adults: Functional Requirements and Design Implications from a User Centered Design Process

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    A Web-Based Resource for Medication Management of the Community-Dwelling Older Adult

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    Engineering for reliability in at-home chronic disease management


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    Feasibility of Distinguishing Older Adults with Fall Risk Using Motion Analysis

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    Feasibility of Distinguishing Older Adults with Fall Risk Using Motion Analysis


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    A Template for Authoring and Adapting Genomic Medicine Content in the eMERGE Infobutton Project

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    A Template for Authoring and Adapting Genomic Medicine Content in the eMERGE Infobutton Project


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    Automatically Enhancing Discharge Instructions with Pictographs to Improve Patient Recall and Satisfaction

    • Brent Hill $lastName

    Automatically Enhancing Discharge Instructions with Pictographs to Improve Patient Recall and Satisfaction


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    Automatically Enhancing Discharge Instructions with Pictographs to Improve Patient Recall and Satisfaction


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    Enabling Locally-Developed Content For Access Through the Infobutton By Means of Automated Concept Annotation

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    Enabling Locally-Developed Content For Access Through the Infobutton By Means of Automated Concept Annotation


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    Evaluation studies of the Librarian Infobutton Tailoring Environment (LITE): An open access online knowledge capture, management, and configuration tool for OpenInfobutton

    • Xia Jing $lastName

    Evaluation studies of the Librarian Infobutton Tailoring Environment (LITE): An open access online knowledge capture, management, and configuration tool for OpenInfobutton


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    Evaluation studies of the Librarian Infobutton Tailoring Environment (LITE): An open access online knowledge capture, management, and configuration tool for OpenInfobutton


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    Development, Implementation and Use of Electronic Surveillance for Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE) in Adults

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    Development, Implementation and Use of Electronic Surveillance for Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE) in Adults


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    Development, Implementation and Use of Electronic Surveillance for Ventilator-Associated Events (VAE) in Adults


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    Predicting Discharge Mortality after Acute Ischemic Stroke Using Balanced Data

    • King Chung Ho $lastName

    Predicting Discharge Mortality after Acute Ischemic Stroke Using Balanced Data


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    Predicting Electrocardiogram and Arterial Blood Pressure Waveforms with Different Echo State Network Architectures

    • Allan Fong $lastName

    Predicting Electrocardiogram and Arterial Blood Pressure Waveforms with Different Echo State Network Architectures


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    Predicting Electrocardiogram and Arterial Blood Pressure Waveforms with Different Echo State Network Architectures


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    Unsupervised Time-Series Clustering for Identifying Uncontrolled Type-2 Diabetic Patients

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    Unsupervised Time-Series Clustering for Identifying Uncontrolled Type-2 Diabetic Patients


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    Coverage of Rare Disease Names in Standard Terminologies and Implications for Patients, Providers, and Research

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    Coverage of Rare Disease Names in Standard Terminologies and Implications for Patients, Providers, and Research


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    Crowdsourcing ICD-11 Sanctioning Rules

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    Crowdsourcing ICD-11 Sanctioning Rules


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    Extending the HL7/LOINC Document Ontology Settings of Care

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    Extending the HL7/LOINC Document Ontology Settings of Care


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    Next-Generation Terminology Requirements for Interprofessional Care Planning

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    Automated Clinical Trial Eligibility Pre-Screening: Increasing the Efficiency of Participant Identification for Clinical Trials

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    Automated Clinical Trial Eligibility Pre-Screening: Increasing the Efficiency of Participant Identification for Clinical Trials


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    Phenome-Wide Association Studies Using NLP-Derived Concepts

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    Phenome-Wide Association Studies Using NLP-Derived Concepts


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    PheWAS and Genetics Define Subphenotypes in Drug Response

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    PheWAS and Genetics Define Subphenotypes in Drug Response


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    What Is Asked in Clinical Data Request Forms? A Multi-site Thematic Analysis of Forms Towards Better Data Access Support

    • Gregory Hruby $lastName

    What Is Asked in Clinical Data Request Forms? A Multi-site Thematic Analysis of Forms Towards Better Data Access Support


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    An Electronic Health Record for Google Glass: A System Demonstration

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    An Electronic Health Record for Google Glass: A System Demonstration


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    Pajekto3DStereo: Enabling Generation and Interaction with 3D Stereo Networks

    • Bryant Dang $lastName

    Pajekto3DStereo: Enabling Generation and Interaction with 3D Stereo Networks


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    SMART on FHIR

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    SMART on FHIR


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    Predictive Analytics in Healthcare (HPA): Considerations and Challenges

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    Predictive Analytics in Healthcare (HPA): Considerations and Challenges


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    Year in Review 2

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    Year in Review 2


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    Year in Review 2


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    “HealthUp”: An Active Patient Portal Beyond Sickness

    • Maher Khelifi $lastName

    “HealthUp”: An Active Patient Portal Beyond Sickness


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    Drawn Together: Enhancing Patient Engagement and Improving Diagnostic Tools through Electronic Draw-and-Tell Conversation

    • Deborah Woodcock $lastName

    Drawn Together: Enhancing Patient Engagement and Improving Diagnostic Tools through Electronic Draw-and-Tell Conversation


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    Drawn Together: Enhancing Patient Engagement and Improving Diagnostic Tools through Electronic Draw-and-Tell Conversation


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    Sintesi: Making Health Information Meaningful

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    Sintesi: Making Health Information Meaningful


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    UHealth for Your Health: Enhancing Utilization of Patient Portals and Its Experience

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    UHealth for Your Health: Enhancing Utilization of Patient Portals and Its Experience


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    ACMI Debate

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    Nursing Data to Support the C-CDA, eMeasures, and Big Data Science - Ready or Not?

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    • Gay Dolin $lastName ;
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    Nursing Data to Support the C-CDA, eMeasures, and Big Data Science - Ready or Not?


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    Genomic dark matter, druggability and misunderstood targets

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    Genomic dark matter, druggability and misunderstood targets


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    Genomic dark matter, druggability and misunderstood targets


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    The Clinical Quality Framework Initiative: Harmonizing Clinical Decision Support and Clinical Quality Measurement Standard s to Enable Interoperable Quality Improvement

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    The Clinical Quality Framework Initiative: Harmonizing Clinical Decision Support and Clinical Quality Measurement Standard s to Enable Interoperable Quality Improvement


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    The Clinical Quality Framework Initiative: Harmonizing Clinical Decision Support and Clinical Quality Measurement Standard s to Enable Interoperable Quality Improvement


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    A Service Oriented Architecture Approach to Achieve Interoperability between Immunization Information Systems in Iran

    • Masoud Hosseini $lastName

    A Service Oriented Architecture Approach to Achieve Interoperability between Immunization Information Systems in Iran


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    A Service Oriented Architecture Approach to Achieve Interoperability between Immunization Information Systems in Iran


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    An Evaluation of Two Methods for Generating Synthetic HL7 Segments Reflecting Real-World Health Information Exchange Trans actions

    • Thomas Mwogi $lastName

    An Evaluation of Two Methods for Generating Synthetic HL7 Segments Reflecting Real-World Health Information Exchange Trans actions


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    An Evaluation of Two Methods for Generating Synthetic HL7 Segments Reflecting Real-World Health Information Exchange Trans actions


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    Data Quality and Interoperability Challenges for eHealth Exchange Participants: Observations from the VA Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record Health Pilot Phase

    • Nathan Botts $lastName

    Data Quality and Interoperability Challenges for eHealth Exchange Participants: Observations from the VA Virtual Lifetime Electronic Record Health Pilot Phase


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    Development and Evaluation of Reference Standards for Image-based Telemedicine Diagnosis and Clinical Research Studies in Ophthalmology

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    Development and Evaluation of Reference Standards for Image-based Telemedicine Diagnosis and Clinical Research Studies in Ophthalmology


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    Designing Specific Alerts for Potassium-Increasing Drug-Drug Interactions

    • Emmanuel Eschmann $lastName

    Designing Specific Alerts for Potassium-Increasing Drug-Drug Interactions


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    Designing Specific Alerts for Potassium-Increasing Drug-Drug Interactions


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    Extracting drug-drug interactions from literature using a rich feature-based linear kernel approach

    • Dr. Lana Yeganova $lastName

    Extracting drug-drug interactions from literature using a rich feature-based linear kernel approach


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    Identifying Plausible Adverse Drug Reactions Using Knowledge Extracted from the Literature

    • Ning Shang $lastName

    Identifying Plausible Adverse Drug Reactions Using Knowledge Extracted from the Literature


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    Identifying Plausible Adverse Drug Reactions Using Knowledge Extracted from the Literature


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    Mining electronic health record data to detect drug-repurposing signals for cancers

    • Hua Xu $lastName

    Mining electronic health record data to detect drug-repurposing signals for cancers


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    A Comparison of Data Driven-based Measures of Adherence to Oral Hypoglycemic Agents in Medicaid Patients

    • Vivienne Zhu $lastName

    A Comparison of Data Driven-based Measures of Adherence to Oral Hypoglycemic Agents in Medicaid Patients


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    A Comparison of Data Driven-based Measures of Adherence to Oral Hypoglycemic Agents in Medicaid Patients


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    An Analysis of Medication Adherence of Sooner Health Access Network SoonerCare Choice Patients

    • Nick Davis $lastName

    An Analysis of Medication Adherence of Sooner Health Access Network SoonerCare Choice Patients


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    Operationalizing patient-generated health data: Home blood pressure monitoring as an example

    • J. Marc Overhage $lastName

    Operationalizing patient-generated health data: Home blood pressure monitoring as an example


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    Understanding Local Drivers of Health Outcomes: The North Carolina Community Health Information Portal

    • Charlene Wong $lastName

    Understanding Local Drivers of Health Outcomes: The North Carolina Community Health Information Portal


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    Understanding Local Drivers of Health Outcomes: The North Carolina Community Health Information Portal


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    A Hybrid Electronic Surveillance Design Pattern for Public and Population Health

    • John Loonsk $lastName

    A Hybrid Electronic Surveillance Design Pattern for Public and Population Health


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    First Feasibility of a Surveillance Platform Combining Community-Submitted Symptoms and Specimens for Molecular Diagnostic Testing

    • Rumi Chunara $lastName

    First Feasibility of a Surveillance Platform Combining Community-Submitted Symptoms and Specimens for Molecular Diagnostic Testing


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    Missing Data in an Electronic Health Record-based Population Health Surveillance System 

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    Missing Data in an Electronic Health Record-based Population Health Surveillance System 


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    Why Adherence to HL7v2 Falls Short for Microbiology Data, and What to Do About It: Implementation of a Regional Electronic Infection Control Network

    • Marc Rosenman $lastName

    Why Adherence to HL7v2 Falls Short for Microbiology Data, and What to Do About It: Implementation of a Regional Electronic Infection Control Network


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    CONSIDERATIONS of DUAL PROCESS THEORIES for EHR DESIGN

    • Charlene Weir $lastName

    CONSIDERATIONS of DUAL PROCESS THEORIES for EHR DESIGN


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    Designing a Clinical Dashboard to Fill Information Gaps in the Emergency Department

    • Jordan Swartz $lastName

    Designing a Clinical Dashboard to Fill Information Gaps in the Emergency Department


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    How Can We Partner with Electronic Health Record Vendors on the Complex Journey to Safer Health Care? 

    • Dean Sittig $lastName

    How Can We Partner with Electronic Health Record Vendors on the Complex Journey to Safer Health Care? 


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    How Can We Partner with Electronic Health Record Vendors on the Complex Journey to Safer Health Care? 


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    Domain Adaptation for Semantic Role Labeling of Clinical Text

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    Domain Adaptation for Semantic Role Labeling of Clinical Text


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    Identification and Management of Information Problems by Emergency Department Staff

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    Identification and Management of Information Problems by Emergency Department Staff


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    Identification and Management of Information Problems by Emergency Department Staff


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    Problem Management Module: An Innovative System to Improve Problem List Workflow

    • Chad Hodge $lastName

    Problem Management Module: An Innovative System to Improve Problem List Workflow


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    Problem Management Module: An Innovative System to Improve Problem List Workflow


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    Semantic Role Labeling for Modeling Surgical Procedures in Operative Notes

    • Yan Wang $lastName

    Semantic Role Labeling for Modeling Surgical Procedures in Operative Notes


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    Clinical Decision Support for Whole Genome Sequence Information Leveraging a Service-Oriented Architecture: a Prototype

    • Brandon Welch $lastName

    Clinical Decision Support for Whole Genome Sequence Information Leveraging a Service-Oriented Architecture: a Prototype


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    Clinical Decision Support for Whole Genome Sequence Information Leveraging a Service-Oriented Architecture: a Prototype


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    Comparing the Value of Mammographic Features and Genetic Variants in Breast Cancer Risk Prediction

    • Yirong Wu $lastName

    Comparing the Value of Mammographic Features and Genetic Variants in Breast Cancer Risk Prediction


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    Comparing the Value of Mammographic Features and Genetic Variants in Breast Cancer Risk Prediction


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    MEDCIS: Multi-Modality Epilepsy Data Capture and Integration System

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    MEDCIS: Multi-Modality Epilepsy Data Capture and Integration System


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    MEDCIS: Multi-Modality Epilepsy Data Capture and Integration System


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    p-medicine: A Medical Informatics Platform for Integrated Large Scale Heterogeneous Patient Data

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    p-medicine: A Medical Informatics Platform for Integrated Large Scale Heterogeneous Patient Data


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    Going Digital: Transforming Medical Checklists for Improved Patient Care

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    Going Digital: Transforming Medical Checklists for Improved Patient Care


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    HIE Enablers: A Crucial Need for Care Coordination Communication Among Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Front Line Nursing and Other Staff 

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    HIE Enablers: A Crucial Need for Care Coordination Communication Among Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Front Line Nursing and Other Staff 


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    HIE Enablers: A Crucial Need for Care Coordination Communication Among Long-Term and Post-Acute Care Front Line Nursing and Other Staff 


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    Imaginary and real costs of implementing HIT

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    Imaginary and real costs of implementing HIT


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    Imaginary and real costs of implementing HIT


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    Safety-Enhanced Design as a Meaningful Use Objective: Evaluating and Advancing the Usability of Electronic Health Records

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    Safety-Enhanced Design as a Meaningful Use Objective: Evaluating and Advancing the Usability of Electronic Health Records


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    Safety-Enhanced Design as a Meaningful Use Objective: Evaluating and Advancing the Usability of Electronic Health Records


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    An Interactive Web-based Interview to Improve Family Medical History Documentation

    • Adarsha Bajracharya $lastName

    An Interactive Web-based Interview to Improve Family Medical History Documentation


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    Automated Extraction of Family History Information from Clinical Notes

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    Automated Extraction of Family History Information from Clinical Notes


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    Evaluating Living Situation, Occupation, and Hobby/Activity Information in the Electronic Health Record

    • Tamara Winden $lastName

    Evaluating Living Situation, Occupation, and Hobby/Activity Information in the Electronic Health Record


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    Evaluating Living Situation, Occupation, and Hobby/Activity Information in the Electronic Health Record


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    Locating Relevant Patient Information in Electronic Health Record Data Using Representations of Clinical Concepts and Data base Structures

    • Xuequn Pan $lastName

    Locating Relevant Patient Information in Electronic Health Record Data Using Representations of Clinical Concepts and Data base Structures


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    Adapting a Clinical Data Repository to ICD-10-CM through the use of a Terminology Repository

    • James Cimino $lastName

    Adapting a Clinical Data Repository to ICD-10-CM through the use of a Terminology Repository


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    Adapting a Clinical Data Repository to ICD-10-CM through the use of a Terminology Repository


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    Scalable and High-Throughput Execution of Clinical Quality Measures from Electronic Health Records using MapReduce and the JBoss(R) Drools Engine

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    Scalable and High-Throughput Execution of Clinical Quality Measures from Electronic Health Records using MapReduce and the JBoss(R) Drools Engine


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    Use of Ontologies for Disease Management Clinical Decision Support Systems

    • Seyed Ali Mussavi Rizi $lastName

    Use of Ontologies for Disease Management Clinical Decision Support Systems


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    Using PhenotypePortal for Checking Clinical Guideline Recommendation Compliance

    • Lara Johnstun $lastName

    Using PhenotypePortal for Checking Clinical Guideline Recommendation Compliance


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    Using PhenotypePortal for Checking Clinical Guideline Recommendation Compliance


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    Analysis of Medication and Indication Occurrences in Clinical Notes

    • Sunghwan Sohn $lastName

    Analysis of Medication and Indication Occurrences in Clinical Notes


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    Automatic Extraction of Drug Indications from FDA Drug Labels

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    Automatic Extraction of Drug Indications from FDA Drug Labels


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    Developing a Formal Representation for Medication Appropriateness Criteria

    • Hojjat Salmasian $lastName

    Developing a Formal Representation for Medication Appropriateness Criteria


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    Developing a Formal Representation for Medication Appropriateness Criteria


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    Generating Problem Lists Using Medication Reconciliation

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    Generating Problem Lists Using Medication Reconciliation


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    Generating Problem Lists Using Medication Reconciliation


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    Application of Bayesian Logistic Regression to Mining Biomedical Data

    • Viji Avali $lastName

    Application of Bayesian Logistic Regression to Mining Biomedical Data


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    Application of Bayesian Logistic Regression to Mining Biomedical Data


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    Automatic Detection of Dilated Cardiomyopathy in Cardiac Ultrasound Videos

    • Tanveer Syeda-Mahmood $lastName

    Automatic Detection of Dilated Cardiomyopathy in Cardiac Ultrasound Videos


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    Divisive Hierarchical Clustering towards Identifying Clinically Significant Pre-Diabetes Subpopulations

    • Era Kim $lastName

    Divisive Hierarchical Clustering towards Identifying Clinically Significant Pre-Diabetes Subpopulations


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    Divisive Hierarchical Clustering towards Identifying Clinically Significant Pre-Diabetes Subpopulations


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    Using Anchors to Estimate Clinical State without Labeled Data

    • Yoni Halpern $lastName

    Using Anchors to Estimate Clinical State without Labeled Data


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    Cardiorespiratory physiological data as an indicator of morphine pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in critically ill newborn infants

    • Nadja Bressan $lastName

    Cardiorespiratory physiological data as an indicator of morphine pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics in critically ill newborn infants


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    Enabling claims-based decision support through non-interruptive capture of admission diagnoses and provider billing codes

    • Colin Walsh $lastName

    Enabling claims-based decision support through non-interruptive capture of admission diagnoses and provider billing codes


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    Enabling claims-based decision support through non-interruptive capture of admission diagnoses and provider billing codes


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    Federating Air Quality Data with Clinical Data

    • Ramkiran Gouripeddi $lastName

    Federating Air Quality Data with Clinical Data


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    Federating Air Quality Data with Clinical Data


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    Quantifying Information Redundancy in Common Laboratory Tests

    • Yuan Luo $lastName

    Quantifying Information Redundancy in Common Laboratory Tests


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    Examining the Use, Contents, and Quality of Free-Text Tobacco Use Documentation in the Electronic Health Record

    • Elizabeth Chen $lastName

    Examining the Use, Contents, and Quality of Free-Text Tobacco Use Documentation in the Electronic Health Record


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    Integrating Public Data Sets for Analysis of Maternal Airborne Environmental Exposures and Stillbirth

    • Eric Hall $lastName

    Integrating Public Data Sets for Analysis of Maternal Airborne Environmental Exposures and Stillbirth


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    Integrating Public Data Sets for Analysis of Maternal Airborne Environmental Exposures and Stillbirth


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    Syndromic surveillance in an ICD-10 world

    • Achala Jayatilleke $lastName

    Syndromic surveillance in an ICD-10 world


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    An EMR Designed for Teaching and Educational Research Based on Regenstrief Institute’s Gopher System

    • Blaine Takesue $lastName

    An EMR Designed for Teaching and Educational Research Based on Regenstrief Institute’s Gopher System


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    An EMR Designed for Teaching and Educational Research Based on Regenstrief Institute’s Gopher System


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    The HealthITxChange: A Community Infrastructure for Clinicians, Educators, Researchers, and Health IT Professionals focused on Ambulatory EHR Implementation and Use.

    • Helga Rippen $lastName

    The HealthITxChange: A Community Infrastructure for Clinicians, Educators, Researchers, and Health IT Professionals focused on Ambulatory EHR Implementation and Use.


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    The HealthITxChange: A Community Infrastructure for Clinicians, Educators, Researchers, and Health IT Professionals focused on Ambulatory EHR Implementation and Use.


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    Using Electronic Medical Record Time and Quality Metrics to Identify Provider-Specific Training Opportunities

    • Anupam Goel $lastName

    Using Electronic Medical Record Time and Quality Metrics to Identify Provider-Specific Training Opportunities


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    Using Art and Film to Understand HIT Handoffs and Clinician-developed Interfaces

    • Ross Koppel $lastName ;
    • Jon D. Patrick $lastName

    Using Art and Film to Understand HIT Handoffs and Clinician-developed Interfaces


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    There is Nothing as Practical as a Good Theory:  Building the PCORNet Clinical Data Research Network

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    • Bari Dzomba $lastName ;
    • Mark Weiner $lastName ;
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    There is Nothing as Practical as a Good Theory:  Building the PCORNet Clinical Data Research Network


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    Patient health records (PHRs), patient access to their records/medical information: issues and challenges

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    • Joseph Kannry $lastName ;
    • Jessica S. Ancker $lastName ;
    • Paul R. DeMuro $lastName ;
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    Patient health records (PHRs), patient access to their records/medical information: issues and challenges


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    Patient health records (PHRs), patient access to their records/medical information: issues and challenges


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    Towards Developing an Undergraduate Interprofessional Biomedical Informatics Course

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    • Martha B. Adams $lastName ;
    • Glynda Doyle $lastName ;
    • Elaine Ayres $lastName ;
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    Towards Developing an Undergraduate Interprofessional Biomedical Informatics Course


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    Towards Developing an Undergraduate Interprofessional Biomedical Informatics Course


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    Analyzing and Comparing Clinical Work Systems with Cognitive Work Analysis: Lessons Learned

    • James McCormack $lastName

    Analyzing and Comparing Clinical Work Systems with Cognitive Work Analysis: Lessons Learned


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    Analyzing and Comparing Clinical Work Systems with Cognitive Work Analysis: Lessons Learned


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    Developing an Analytical Inspection Criteria for Health IT Personnel with Minimum Training in Cognitive Ergonomics: A Practical Solution to Improving EHR Usability

    • Zhen Zhang $lastName

    Developing an Analytical Inspection Criteria for Health IT Personnel with Minimum Training in Cognitive Ergonomics: A Practical Solution to Improving EHR Usability


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    Developing an Analytical Inspection Criteria for Health IT Personnel with Minimum Training in Cognitive Ergonomics: A Practical Solution to Improving EHR Usability


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    Identifying Clinical Decision Support Failures using Change-point Detection

    • Adam Wright $lastName

    Identifying Clinical Decision Support Failures using Change-point Detection


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    Reducing Wrong Patient Selection Errors: Exploring the Design Space of User Interface Techniques

    • Catherine Plaisant $lastName

    Reducing Wrong Patient Selection Errors: Exploring the Design Space of User Interface Techniques


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    Reducing Wrong Patient Selection Errors: Exploring the Design Space of User Interface Techniques


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    A Semantic-based Approach for Exploring Consumer Health Questions Using UMLS

    • Licong Cui $lastName

    A Semantic-based Approach for Exploring Consumer Health Questions Using UMLS


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    A Semantic-based Approach for Exploring Consumer Health Questions Using UMLS


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    Analysis of Online Information Searching for Cardiovascular Diseases on a Consumer Health Information Portal

    • Ashutosh Jadhav $lastName

    Analysis of Online Information Searching for Cardiovascular Diseases on a Consumer Health Information Portal


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    Automatically Classifying Question Types for Consumer Health Questions

    • Kirk Roberts $lastName

    Automatically Classifying Question Types for Consumer Health Questions


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    Automatically Classifying Question Types for Consumer Health Questions


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    Uncertainty and Information Seeking in a Diabetes Online Community

    • Si Sun $lastName

    Uncertainty and Information Seeking in a Diabetes Online Community


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    Extracting Concepts Related to a Homelessness from the Free Text of VA Electronic Medical Records

    • Adi Gundlapalli $lastName

    Extracting Concepts Related to a Homelessness from the Free Text of VA Electronic Medical Records


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    Learning to Identify Treatment Relations in Clinical Text

    • Cosmin Bejan $lastName

    Learning to Identify Treatment Relations in Clinical Text


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    Sophia: An Expedient UMLS Concept Extraction Annotator

    • Guy Divita $lastName

    Sophia: An Expedient UMLS Concept Extraction Annotator


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    TextHunter – A User Friendly Tool for Extracting Generic Concepts from Free Text in Clinical Research

    • Richard Jackson $lastName

    TextHunter – A User Friendly Tool for Extracting Generic Concepts from Free Text in Clinical Research


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    A Method for Analyzing Commonalities in Clinical Trial Target Populations

    • Zhe He $lastName

    A Method for Analyzing Commonalities in Clinical Trial Target Populations


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    A Method for Analyzing Commonalities in Clinical Trial Target Populations


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    An Open Source, Integrated Data Management System for Medical Registries: A Case Study using RexDB®

    • Charles Tirrell $lastName

    An Open Source, Integrated Data Management System for Medical Registries: A Case Study using RexDB®


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    An Open Source, Integrated Data Management System for Medical Registries: A Case Study using RexDB®


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    Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside (I2b2) Clinical Trials (CT) Patient Ascertainment Suite

    • Shawn Murphy $lastName

    Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside (I2b2) Clinical Trials (CT) Patient Ascertainment Suite


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    Patients Screening for Clinical Trials Using EHR Representation Similarities 

    • Chunhua Weng $lastName

    Patients Screening for Clinical Trials Using EHR Representation Similarities 


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    Evaluation of need for ontologies to manage domain content for the Reportable Conditions Knowledge Management System

    • Karen Eilbeck $lastName

    Evaluation of need for ontologies to manage domain content for the Reportable Conditions Knowledge Management System


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    Evaluation of need for ontologies to manage domain content for the Reportable Conditions Knowledge Management System


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    Maintenance of a Standard Terminology within a Controlled Medical Vocabulary Server

    • Michael Totzke $lastName

    Maintenance of a Standard Terminology within a Controlled Medical Vocabulary Server


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    Reasoning Based Quality Assurance of Medical Ontologies: A Case Study

    • Matthew Horridge $lastName

    Reasoning Based Quality Assurance of Medical Ontologies: A Case Study


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    Reasoning Based Quality Assurance of Medical Ontologies: A Case Study


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    U-path: An undirected path-based measure of semantic similarity

    • Bridget McInnes $lastName

    U-path: An undirected path-based measure of semantic similarity


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    Big Data for Critical Care with Cloud-based In-Memory Database

    • Mengling Feng $lastName

    Big Data for Critical Care with Cloud-based In-Memory Database


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    Big Data for Critical Care with Cloud-based In-Memory Database


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    Narrative Event and Temporal Relation Visualization Tool

    • Sean Finan $lastName

    Narrative Event and Temporal Relation Visualization Tool


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    Narrative Event and Temporal Relation Visualization Tool


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    Patient-Centered Case Management System (P-CMS)

    • Keith Butler $lastName

    Patient-Centered Case Management System (P-CMS)


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    Patient-Centered Case Management System (P-CMS)


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    Technology transfer from biomedical research to clinical practice: measuring innovation performance

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    • Andrew Balas $lastName ;
    • Ross Koppel $lastName

    Technology transfer from biomedical research to clinical practice: measuring innovation performance


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    Clinical Natural Language Processing in Languages Other Than English

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    • Hercules K. Dalianis $lastName ;
    • Guergana Savova $lastName ;
    • Pierre Zweigenbaum $lastName

    Clinical Natural Language Processing in Languages Other Than English


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    Allergies and Intolerances – Standards for Interoperability

    • Elaine Ayres $lastName ;
    • Russell Leftwich $lastName ;
    • Lisa R. Nelson $lastName

    Allergies and Intolerances – Standards for Interoperability


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    A Novel Method to Assess Incompleteness of Mammography Report Content

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    Capture of Osteoporosis and Fracture Information in an Electronic Medical Record Database from Primary Care

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    RexMart: An Open Source Tool for Exploring and Sharing Research Data without Compromising Data Integrity

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    A Checklist for Go-Live Assessment of Bar Code Medication Administration: Incorporating Human Factors in Implementation Efforts

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    Assessment of Vital Sign Data Accuracy and Timeliness as Recorded in an EHR

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    How do Interruptions Impact Nurses’ Visual Scanning Patterns When Using Barcode Medication Administration Systems?

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    Trends in Publication of Nursing Informatics Research

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    Adverse Drug Event-based Stratification of Tumor Mutations: A Case Study of Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Aromatase Inhibitors

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    Adverse Drug Event-based Stratification of Tumor Mutations: A Case Study of Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Aromatase Inhibitors


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    Adverse Drug Event-based Stratification of Tumor Mutations: A Case Study of Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Aromatase Inhibitors


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    Combining Heterogeneous Databases to Detect Adverse Drug Reaction

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    Pharmacovigilance on Twitter? Mining Tweets for Adverse Drug Reactions

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    Automated Detection of Early Physiological Deterioration in Hospitalized Patients

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    COPD Hospitalization Risk Increased with Distinct Patterns of Multiple Systems Comorbidities Unveiled by Network Modeling

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    COPD Hospitalization Risk Increased with Distinct Patterns of Multiple Systems Comorbidities Unveiled by Network Modeling


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    COPD Hospitalization Risk Increased with Distinct Patterns of Multiple Systems Comorbidities Unveiled by Network Modeling


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    Development and Implementation of a Real-Time 30-Day Readmission Predictive Model

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    Refining a Patient Risk Assessment using Adjusted Clinical Groups (ACG) with Outpatient Lab Results

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    Refining a Patient Risk Assessment using Adjusted Clinical Groups (ACG) with Outpatient Lab Results


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    ARX - A Comprehensive Tool for Anonymizing Biomedical Data

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    De-identification of Address, Date, and Alphanumeric Identifiers in Narrative Clinical Reports

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    De-identification of Address, Date, and Alphanumeric Identifiers in Narrative Clinical Reports


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    Piloting a Deceased Subject Integrated Data Repository and Protecting Privacy of Relatives

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    The Challenges of Creating a Gold Standard for De-identification Research

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    Clinical Decision Support-based Quality Measurement (CDS-QM) Framework: Prototype Implementation, Evaluation, and Future Directions

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    Clinical Decision Support-based Quality Measurement (CDS-QM) Framework: Prototype Implementation, Evaluation, and Future Directions


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    On Learning and Visualizing Practice-based Clinical Pathways for Chronic Kidney Disease

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    On Learning and Visualizing Practice-based Clinical Pathways for Chronic Kidney Disease


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    The Number Needed to Remind: a Measure for Assessing CDS Effectiveness

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    Visualization of Patient Prescription History Data in Emergency Care

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    Development and validation of an electronic phenotyping algorithm for chronic kidney disease

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    Development and validation of an electronic phenotyping algorithm for chronic kidney disease


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    Evaluation of Diagnosis Codes, Clinical Notes, and Medications on Identifying Subjects with a Specific Disease Phenotype

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    Evaluation of Diagnosis Codes, Clinical Notes, and Medications on Identifying Subjects with a Specific Disease Phenotype


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    Evaluation of Diagnosis Codes, Clinical Notes, and Medications on Identifying Subjects with a Specific Disease Phenotype


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    Motivating the Additional Use of External Validity: Examining Transportability in a Model of Glioblastoma Multiforme

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    Motivating the Additional Use of External Validity: Examining Transportability in a Model of Glioblastoma Multiforme


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    Qualitative evaluation of three phenotype information models to find methotrexate liver injury

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    Qualitative evaluation of three phenotype information models to find methotrexate liver injury


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    Clinical Risk Prediction by Exploring High-Order Feature Correlations

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    Exploring Bayesian Network Development Using Unsupervised Machine Learning for Patient Risk Assessment

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    Readmission Classification Using Stacked Regularized Logistic Regression Models

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    Text Classification towards Detecting Misdiagnosis of an Epilepsy Syndrome in a Pediatric Population

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    Data Governance Dilemmas for Research and Clinical Care

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    Data Governance Dilemmas for Research and Clinical Care


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    The PHR Ignite Project: Advancing Consumer-Mediated Exchange

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    The PHR Ignite Project: Advancing Consumer-Mediated Exchange


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    What's In A Name: Precision Medicine and a New Nosology

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    What's In A Name: Precision Medicine and a New Nosology


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    Detecting Epilepsy Diagnosis in Clinical Notes: A Comparison of Traditional Text Classification Methods

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    Detecting Epilepsy Diagnosis in Clinical Notes: A Comparison of Traditional Text Classification Methods


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    Developing a Section Labeler for Clinical Documents

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    Developing a Section Labeler for Clinical Documents


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    TagLine: Information Extraction for Semi-Structured Text in Medical Progress Notes

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    TagLine: Information Extraction for Semi-Structured Text in Medical Progress Notes


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    Engaging Patients, Providers, and Institutional Stakeholders in Developing a Patient-centered Microblog

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    Engaging Patients, Providers, and Institutional Stakeholders in Developing a Patient-centered Microblog


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    Evaluation of an Early Prototype of a Patient-Centered Decision Aid to Improve Accuracy of Breast Cancer Risk Perception

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    Evaluation of an Early Prototype of a Patient-Centered Decision Aid to Improve Accuracy of Breast Cancer Risk Perception


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    Facilitating Optimal Patient and Family Engagement in Meaningful Use Stage 3

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    Facilitating Optimal Patient and Family Engagement in Meaningful Use Stage 3


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    Participatory Design and Development of a Patient-centered Toolkit to Engage Hospitalized Patients and Care Partners in their Plan of Care

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    Participatory Design and Development of a Patient-centered Toolkit to Engage Hospitalized Patients and Care Partners in their Plan of Care


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    A visual analytics antibiogram dashboard as part of a comprehensive approach to perioperative antibiotic administration

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    A visual analytics antibiogram dashboard as part of a comprehensive approach to perioperative antibiotic administration


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    Alerts for Low Creatinine Clearance: Design Strategies to Reduce Prescribing Errors

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    Alerts for Low Creatinine Clearance: Design Strategies to Reduce Prescribing Errors


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    An Algorithm Using Twelve Properties of Antibiotics to Find the Recommended Antibiotics, as in CPGs

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    Earlier Switching from Intravenous to Oral Antibiotics Due to eReminders

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    Earlier Switching from Intravenous to Oral Antibiotics Due to eReminders


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    Characterization of a Handoff Documentation Tool Through Usage Log Data

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    Characterization of a Handoff Documentation Tool Through Usage Log Data


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    Confidence and Information Access in Clinical Decision-Making: An Examination of the Cognitive Processes that affect the Information-seeking Behavior of Physicians

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    Evaluation of Stage 3 Care Coordination 'Meaningful Use' (MU) Objectives among Eligible Hospitals

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    Evaluation of Stage 3 Care Coordination 'Meaningful Use' (MU) Objectives among Eligible Hospitals


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    Making Audit Actionable: An Example Algorithm for Blood Pressure Management in Chronic Kidney Disease

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    Making Audit Actionable: An Example Algorithm for Blood Pressure Management in Chronic Kidney Disease


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    Making Audit Actionable: An Example Algorithm for Blood Pressure Management in Chronic Kidney Disease


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    Not Just For The Millennials: A Cross-Sectional Analysis Of Secure Messaging Use Among Elders, Families, And Physicians

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    Not Just For The Millennials: A Cross-Sectional Analysis Of Secure Messaging Use Among Elders, Families, And Physicians


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    Patient-Centered Appointment Scheduling Using Agent-Based Simulation

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    Patient-Centered Appointment Scheduling Using Agent-Based Simulation


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    Perspectives on Care Coordination and Meaningful Use in the Emergency Department Setting

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    Using String Metrics to Identify Patient Journeys through Care Pathways

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    Using String Metrics to Identify Patient Journeys through Care Pathways


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    A smart suite for the evaluation of data generated by a smartphone application for nutritional triage in oncological outpatients

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    A smart suite for the evaluation of data generated by a smartphone application for nutritional triage in oncological outpatients


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    A smart suite for the evaluation of data generated by a smartphone application for nutritional triage in oncological outpatients


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    Mining Consumer Health Vocabulary from Community-Generated Text

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    Mining Consumer Health Vocabulary from Community-Generated Text


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    Security Concerns in Android mHealth Apps

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    Security Concerns in Android mHealth Apps


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    SOEMPI: A Secure Open Enterprise Master Patient Index Software Toolkit for Private Record Linkage

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    SOEMPI: A Secure Open Enterprise Master Patient Index Software Toolkit for Private Record Linkage


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    An empirically derived taxonomy of errors in SNOMED CT

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    An empirically derived taxonomy of errors in SNOMED CT


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    Desiderata for an authoritative Representation of MeSH in RDF

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    Desiderata for an authoritative Representation of MeSH in RDF


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    Disease progression subtype discovery from longitudinal EMR data with a majority of missing values and unknown initial time points

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    Disease progression subtype discovery from longitudinal EMR data with a majority of missing values and unknown initial time points


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    Exploiting Parallel Corpora to Scale Up Multilingual Biomedical Terminologies

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    Exploiting Parallel Corpora to Scale Up Multilingual Biomedical Terminologies


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    Harnessing Next-Generation Informatics for Personalizing Medicine: Report from the 2014 AMIA Health Policy Invitational Meeting

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    Harnessing Next-Generation Informatics for Personalizing Medicine: Report from the 2014 AMIA Health Policy Invitational Meeting


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