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    An Interactive User Interface for Drug Labeling to Improve Readability and Decision-Making

    • Hamed Abedtash $lastName

    An Interactive User Interface for Drug Labeling to Improve Readability and Decision-Making


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    Content and Usability Evaluation of Patient Oriented Drug-Drug Interaction Websites

    • Terrence Adam $lastName

    Content and Usability Evaluation of Patient Oriented Drug-Drug Interaction Websites


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    Improving EHR Capabilities to Facilitate Stage 3 Meaningful Use Care Coordination Criteria

    • Julia Adler-Milstein $lastName

    Improving EHR Capabilities to Facilitate Stage 3 Meaningful Use Care Coordination Criteria


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    OpenHealth Platform for Interactive Contextualization of Population Health Open Data

    • Jonas Almeida $lastName

    OpenHealth Platform for Interactive Contextualization of Population Health Open Data


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    Analysis and Classification of Patient Safety Reports in Computerized Prescriber Order Entry (CPOE) Systems and Refinement of a New Taxonomy for Classification of CPOE-Related Medication Errors

    • Mary Amato $lastName

    Analysis and Classification of Patient Safety Reports in Computerized Prescriber Order Entry (CPOE) Systems and Refinement of a New Taxonomy for Classification of CPOE-Related Medication Errors


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    A Review and Analysis of Rounding and Handoff Document Content in Inpatient Resident Physician Teams

    • Elliot Arsoniadis $lastName

    A Review and Analysis of Rounding and Handoff Document Content in Inpatient Resident Physician Teams


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    Six Important Characteristics for Patient Hand-Off Application in Inpatient Hospital Setting

    • Soleh Ayubi $lastName

    Six Important Characteristics for Patient Hand-Off Application in Inpatient Hospital Setting


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    An Associative Memory Model for Integration of Fragmented Research Data and Identification of Treatment Correlations in Breast Cancer Care

    • Ashis Banerjee $lastName

    An Associative Memory Model for Integration of Fragmented Research Data and Identification of Treatment Correlations in Breast Cancer Care


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    Utilizing Multidimensional Computer Adaptive Testing to Mitigate Burden With Patient Reported Outcomes

    • Michael Bass $lastName

    Utilizing Multidimensional Computer Adaptive Testing to Mitigate Burden With Patient Reported Outcomes


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    Three-dimensional Content-Based Cardiac Image Retrieval using global and local descriptors

    • Leila Bergamasco $lastName

    Three-dimensional Content-Based Cardiac Image Retrieval using global and local descriptors


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    A Low-Cost Method for Multiple Disease Prediction

    • Sonia Bhaskar $lastName

    A Low-Cost Method for Multiple Disease Prediction


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    Medication Compliance in Pediatric Inpatients – What are we missing?

    • Haresh Bhatia $lastName

    Medication Compliance in Pediatric Inpatients – What are we missing?


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    The Hidden Life of Nurses' Cognitive Artifacts

    • Jacquelyn Blaz $lastName

    The Hidden Life of Nurses' Cognitive Artifacts


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    Long-Term Engagement with Health-Management Technology: a Dynamic Process in Diabetes

    • Katherine Blondon $lastName

    Long-Term Engagement with Health-Management Technology: a Dynamic Process in Diabetes


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    Physician handoffs: opportunities and limitations for supportive technologies

    • Katherine Blondon $lastName

    Physician handoffs: opportunities and limitations for supportive technologies


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    Navigating between Drug Classes and RxNorm Drugs with RxClass

    • Olivier Bodenreider $lastName

    Navigating between Drug Classes and RxNorm Drugs with RxClass


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    Approaches to Supporting the Analysis of Historical Medication Datasets with RxNorm

    • Olivier Bodenreider $lastName

    Approaches to Supporting the Analysis of Historical Medication Datasets with RxNorm


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    The SDIDS System for Integrating Global Health Surveillance Data: An Example Application to Malaria Surveillance in Uganda

    • David Buckeridge $lastName

    The SDIDS System for Integrating Global Health Surveillance Data: An Example Application to Malaria Surveillance in Uganda


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    Analyzing Self-Help Forums with Ontology-Based Text Mining: An Exploration in Kidney Space

    • Philipp Burckhardt $lastName

    Analyzing Self-Help Forums with Ontology-Based Text Mining: An Exploration in Kidney Space


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    Model Checking for Verification of Interactive Health IT Systems

    • Keith Butler $lastName

    Model Checking for Verification of Interactive Health IT Systems


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    Dynamic Estimation of the Probability of Patient Readmission to the ICU using Electronic Medical Records

    • Karla Caballero Barajas $lastName

    Dynamic Estimation of the Probability of Patient Readmission to the ICU using Electronic Medical Records


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    Efficient Unsupervised Feature Selection For EMR Phenotyping

    • Fiona Cai $lastName

    Efficient Unsupervised Feature Selection For EMR Phenotyping


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    Adaptation of a Published Risk Model to Point-of-care Clinical Decision Support Tailored to Local Workflow

    • Carol Cain $lastName

    Adaptation of a Published Risk Model to Point-of-care Clinical Decision Support Tailored to Local Workflow


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    Employing complex polyhierarchical ontologies and promoting interoperability of i2b2 data systems

    • James Campbell $lastName

    Employing complex polyhierarchical ontologies and promoting interoperability of i2b2 data systems


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    Implementation and evaluation of a tele-education system for the diagnosis of ophthalmic disease by international trainees

    • John Campbell $lastName

    Implementation and evaluation of a tele-education system for the diagnosis of ophthalmic disease by international trainees


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    Mining and Visualizing Family History Associations in the Electronic Health Record: A Case Study for Pediatric Asthma

    • Elizabeth Chen $lastName

    Mining and Visualizing Family History Associations in the Electronic Health Record: A Case Study for Pediatric Asthma


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    Modelling Risk of Cardio-Respiratory Instability as a Heterogeneous Process

    • Lujie Chen $lastName

    Modelling Risk of Cardio-Respiratory Instability as a Heterogeneous Process


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    Cloud-based Predictive Modeling System and its Application to Asthma Readmission Prediction

    • Robert Chen $lastName

    Cloud-based Predictive Modeling System and its Application to Asthma Readmission Prediction


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    Combing Human Disease Genetics and Mouse Model Phenotypes Towards Drug Repositioning for Parkinson's Disease

    • Yang Chen $lastName

    Combing Human Disease Genetics and Mouse Model Phenotypes Towards Drug Repositioning for Parkinson's Disease


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    Inferring Clinical Workflow Efficiency via Electronic Medical Record Utilization

    • You Chen $lastName

    Inferring Clinical Workflow Efficiency via Electronic Medical Record Utilization


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    Improvement of cytokine annotation using ontology synonym mapping

    • Kei Cheung $lastName

    Improvement of cytokine annotation using ontology synonym mapping


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    Modeling a Nursing Guideline with Standard Terminology and Unified Modeling Language for a Nursing Decision Support System: A Case Study

    • Jeeyae Choi $lastName

    Modeling a Nursing Guideline with Standard Terminology and Unified Modeling Language for a Nursing Decision Support System: A Case Study


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    LORD: a phenotype-genotype semantically integrated biomedical data tool to support rare disease diagnosis coding in health information systems

    • Remy Choquet $lastName

    LORD: a phenotype-genotype semantically integrated biomedical data tool to support rare disease diagnosis coding in health information systems


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    Characterization of the Context of Drug Concepts in Research Protocols: An Empiric Study to Guide Ontology Development

    • James Cimino $lastName

    Characterization of the Context of Drug Concepts in Research Protocols: An Empiric Study to Guide Ontology Development


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    Automated Classification of Consumer Health Information Needs in Patient Portal Messages

    • Robert Cronin $lastName

    Automated Classification of Consumer Health Information Needs in Patient Portal Messages


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    COHeRE: Cross-Ontology Hierarchical Relation Examination for Ontology Quality Assurance

    • Licong Cui $lastName

    COHeRE: Cross-Ontology Hierarchical Relation Examination for Ontology Quality Assurance


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    A Real Time Electronic Registry as a Key Intervention to Reduce Treatment Disparities in Early Stage, Non-small Cell Lung Cancer: Preliminary Results

    • Samuel Cykert $lastName

    A Real Time Electronic Registry as a Key Intervention to Reduce Treatment Disparities in Early Stage, Non-small Cell Lung Cancer: Preliminary Results


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    A hybrid manifold learning algorithm for the diagnosis and prognostication of Alzheimer’s disease

    • Peng Dai $lastName

    A hybrid manifold learning algorithm for the diagnosis and prognostication of Alzheimer’s disease


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    Using a Software Program to Support Shared Decision-Making about Participation in Breast Cancer Clinical Trials

    • Prudence Dalrymple $lastName

    Using a Software Program to Support Shared Decision-Making about Participation in Breast Cancer Clinical Trials


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    SEMCARE - Semantic Data Platform for Healthcare

    • Philipp Daumke $lastName

    SEMCARE - Semantic Data Platform for Healthcare


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    An EHR-Integrated Shared Decision Making Mobile App for Prostate Cancer Screening

    • Frank Day $lastName

    An EHR-Integrated Shared Decision Making Mobile App for Prostate Cancer Screening


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    Polychromatic X-Ray Absorptiometry to Quantify Breast Density Volume, Ratio and their Associated Breast Cancer Risk in Full-Digital Mammography

    • Luis de Sisternes $lastName

    Polychromatic X-Ray Absorptiometry to Quantify Breast Density Volume, Ratio and their Associated Breast Cancer Risk in Full-Digital Mammography


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    Extracting Characteristics of the Study Subjects from Full-Text Articles

    • Dina Demner-Fushman $lastName

    Extracting Characteristics of the Study Subjects from Full-Text Articles


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    PHAST: A Collaborative Machine Translation and Post-editing Tool for Public Health

    • Kristin Dew $lastName

    PHAST: A Collaborative Machine Translation and Post-editing Tool for Public Health


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    2 Years Later: Follow-up to Analysis of Electronic Medication Orders with Large Overdoses

    • Judith Dexheimer $lastName

    2 Years Later: Follow-up to Analysis of Electronic Medication Orders with Large Overdoses


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    Leveraging Health Information Exchange to Create Neighborhood Health Records for Public Health Agencies

    • Brian Dixon $lastName

    Leveraging Health Information Exchange to Create Neighborhood Health Records for Public Health Agencies


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    Completeness and Timeliness of Notifiable Disease Surveillance Data Submitted by Providers to Public Health Authorities

    • Brian Dixon $lastName

    Completeness and Timeliness of Notifiable Disease Surveillance Data Submitted by Providers to Public Health Authorities


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    Using High-Fidelity Simulation and Eye Tracking to Characterize Workflow Patterns among Hospital Physicians

    • Julie Doberne $lastName

    Using High-Fidelity Simulation and Eye Tracking to Characterize Workflow Patterns among Hospital Physicians


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    POETenceph - Automatic identification of clinical notes indicating encephalopathy using a realist ontology

    • Kristina Doing-Harris $lastName

    POETenceph - Automatic identification of clinical notes indicating encephalopathy using a realist ontology


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    Learning a Severity Score for Sepsis: A Novel Approach based on Clinical Comparisons

    • Kirill Dyagilev $lastName

    Learning a Severity Score for Sepsis: A Novel Approach based on Clinical Comparisons


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    Strategies for Managing Mobile Devices for Use by Hospitalized Inpatients

    • Patricia Dykes $lastName

    Strategies for Managing Mobile Devices for Use by Hospitalized Inpatients


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    Towards an Open EHR Platform: Porting a Complex Application using SMART on FHIR

    • Alistair Erskine $lastName

    Towards an Open EHR Platform: Porting a Complex Application using SMART on FHIR


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    Designing Asynchronous Communication Tools for Optimization of Patient-Clinician Coordination

    • Jordan Eschler $lastName

    Designing Asynchronous Communication Tools for Optimization of Patient-Clinician Coordination


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    Reviewing 741 patients records in two hours with FASTVISU

    • Jean-Baptiste Escudié $lastName

    Reviewing 741 patients records in two hours with FASTVISU


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    Supporting Clinical Cognition: A Human-Centered Approach to a Novel ICU Information Visualization Dashboard

    • Anthony Faiola $lastName

    Supporting Clinical Cognition: A Human-Centered Approach to a Novel ICU Information Visualization Dashboard


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    Automated mutual exclusion rules discovery for structured observational codes in echocardiography reporting

    • Thomas Forsberg $lastName

    Automated mutual exclusion rules discovery for structured observational codes in echocardiography reporting


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    Developing a Collaborative Evaluation Framework for Utah’s APCD

    • Jennifer Garvin $lastName

    Developing a Collaborative Evaluation Framework for Utah’s APCD


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    Patient Engagement in Cancer Survivorship Care through mHealth: A Consumer-centered Review of Existing Mobile Applications

    • Yimin Geng $lastName

    Patient Engagement in Cancer Survivorship Care through mHealth: A Consumer-centered Review of Existing Mobile Applications


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    An Integrative Review of Nursing Clinical Decision Support Systems: Examining the Impact on Process, Usability and Patient Outcomes

    • Sheila Gephart $lastName

    An Integrative Review of Nursing Clinical Decision Support Systems: Examining the Impact on Process, Usability and Patient Outcomes


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    RapTAT: A Tool for Assisted Annotation and Reviewer Training via Online Machine Learning

    • Glenn Gobbel $lastName

    RapTAT: A Tool for Assisted Annotation and Reviewer Training via Online Machine Learning


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    Using Big Data to Evaluate the Association between Periodontal Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis

    • Michael Grasso $lastName

    Using Big Data to Evaluate the Association between Periodontal Disease and Rheumatoid Arthritis


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    Human Computation of Big Data in Biomedicine: Making STAR annotations for large scale functional characterization of disease

    • Dexter Hadley $lastName

    Human Computation of Big Data in Biomedicine: Making STAR annotations for large scale functional characterization of disease


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    JUFIT: A Configurable Rule Engine for Filtering and Generating New Multilingual UMLS Terms

    • Udo Hahn $lastName

    JUFIT: A Configurable Rule Engine for Filtering and Generating New Multilingual UMLS Terms


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    Making nursing visible in health information systems

    • Nicholas Hardiker $lastName

    Making nursing visible in health information systems


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    A survey of social media for understanding patient-reported medication outcomes

    • Kimberly Harris $lastName

    A survey of social media for understanding patient-reported medication outcomes


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    Simulation-based Evaluation of the Generalizability Index for Study Traits

    • Zhe He $lastName

    Simulation-based Evaluation of the Generalizability Index for Study Traits


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    Mining Twitter as a First Step toward Assessing the Adequacy of Gender Identification Terms on Intake Forms

    • Amanda Hicks $lastName

    Mining Twitter as a First Step toward Assessing the Adequacy of Gender Identification Terms on Intake Forms


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    Discharge Instructions: What Do Patients Remember?

    • Brent Hill $lastName

    Discharge Instructions: What Do Patients Remember?


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    mobile Digital Access to a Web-enhanced Network (mDAWN): Assessing the Feasibility of Mobile Health Tools for Self-Management of Type-2 Diabetes

    • Kendall Ho $lastName

    mobile Digital Access to a Web-enhanced Network (mDAWN): Assessing the Feasibility of Mobile Health Tools for Self-Management of Type-2 Diabetes


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    Uncertainty, Case Complexity and the Content of Verbal Handoffs at the Emergency Department

    • Jan Horsky $lastName

    Uncertainty, Case Complexity and the Content of Verbal Handoffs at the Emergency Department


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    Similarity-Based Recommendation of New Concepts to a Terminology

    • Julia Hoxha $lastName

    Similarity-Based Recommendation of New Concepts to a Terminology


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    Secondary Use of EHR Timestamp data: Validation and Application for Workflow Optimization

    • Michelle Hribar $lastName

    Secondary Use of EHR Timestamp data: Validation and Application for Workflow Optimization


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    What Are Frequent Data Requests from Researchers? A Conceptual Model of Researchers’ EHR Data Needs for Comparative Effectiveness Research

    • Gregory Hruby $lastName

    What Are Frequent Data Requests from Researchers? A Conceptual Model of Researchers’ EHR Data Needs for Comparative Effectiveness Research


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    Usability Testing of an Ambulatory EHR Navigator

    • Gretchen Hultman $lastName

    Usability Testing of an Ambulatory EHR Navigator


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    Nutrition Informatics Applications in Clinical Practice: a Systematic Review

    • John Hurdle $lastName

    Nutrition Informatics Applications in Clinical Practice: a Systematic Review


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    Process Mining of Growing Adoption of Genomic Precision Medicine Testing Using Commercial Claims and Encounters Database

    • Vojtech Huser $lastName

    Process Mining of Growing Adoption of Genomic Precision Medicine Testing Using Commercial Claims and Encounters Database


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    Longitudinal Analysis of Computerized Alerts for Laboratory Monitoring of Post-liver Transplant Immunosuppressive Care

    • Jason Jacobs $lastName

    Longitudinal Analysis of Computerized Alerts for Laboratory Monitoring of Post-liver Transplant Immunosuppressive Care


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    Examining the Distribution, Modularity, and Community Structure in Article Networks for Systematic Reviews

    • Xiaonan Ji $lastName

    Examining the Distribution, Modularity, and Community Structure in Article Networks for Systematic Reviews


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    Quality Assurance of Cancer Study Common Data Elements Using A Post-Coordination Approach

    • Guoqian Jiang $lastName

    Quality Assurance of Cancer Study Common Data Elements Using A Post-Coordination Approach


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    A Data Quality Ontology for the Secondary Use of EHR Data

    • Steven Johnson $lastName

    A Data Quality Ontology for the Secondary Use of EHR Data


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    A Road Map for a National Health Information Technology Safety Center

    • Douglas Johnston $lastName

    A Road Map for a National Health Information Technology Safety Center


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    Causal Phenotype Discovery via Deep Networks

    • David Kale $lastName

    Causal Phenotype Discovery via Deep Networks


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    Initial Readability Assessment of Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria

    • Tian Kang $lastName

    Initial Readability Assessment of Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria


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    Demonstrating the Advantages of Applying Data Mining Techniques on Time-Dependent Electronic Medical Records

    • Uri Kartoun $lastName

    Demonstrating the Advantages of Applying Data Mining Techniques on Time-Dependent Electronic Medical Records


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    Evaluating Consumer m-Health Services for Promoting Healthy Eating: A Randomized Field Experiment

    • Yi-Chin Kato-Lin $lastName

    Evaluating Consumer m-Health Services for Promoting Healthy Eating: A Randomized Field Experiment


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    An Ensemble Method for Spelling Correction in Consumer Health Questions

    • Halil Kilicoglu $lastName

    An Ensemble Method for Spelling Correction in Consumer Health Questions


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    Development and Preliminary Evaluation of a Prototype of a Learning Electronic Medical Record System


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    Evaluating the Accuracy of Automated Notifiable Condition Detection in Free-Text Electronic Laboratory Report Results Using Contemporary Text Mining and Machine Learning Methods

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    The Scalable Collaborative Infrastructure for a Learning Health System: Facilitating Agile Comparative Effectiveness Research

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    The Scalable Collaborative Infrastructure for a Learning Health System: Facilitating Agile Comparative Effectiveness Research


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    Supporting Multi-sourced Medication Information in i2b2

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    Supporting Multi-sourced Medication Information in i2b2


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    Automated Reconciliation of Radiology Reports and Discharge Summaries

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    A Multidimensional Data Warehouse for Community Health Centers

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    A Multidimensional Data Warehouse for Community Health Centers


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    Reproducing a Prospective Clinical Study as a Retrospective Study in MIMIC-II

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    Reproducing a Prospective Clinical Study as a Retrospective Study in MIMIC-II


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    Building Structured Personal Health Records from Photographs of Printed Medical Records

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    Building Structured Personal Health Records from Photographs of Printed Medical Records


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    Creating Shareable Clinical Decision Support Rules for a Pharmacogenomics Clinical Guideline Using Structured Knowledge Representation

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    Creating Shareable Clinical Decision Support Rules for a Pharmacogenomics Clinical Guideline Using Structured Knowledge Representation


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    Identifying Novel Adverse Drug Events from Health Social Media Using Distant Supervision


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    Design Principles for Clinical Decision Support for Direct Use by Patients: Addressing Symptom Self-Management in Cancer Patients

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    Selecting and Implementing New Information Systems for STD Surveillance and Program Support: Lessons Learned

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    A Novel Multiple Choice Question Generation Strategy: Alternative Uses for Controlled Vocabulary Thesauri in Biomedical-Sciences Education

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    Leveraging Business Rules Techniques for Data Quality Assurance in Public Health Systems

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    Leveraging Business Rules Techniques for Data Quality Assurance in Public Health Systems


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    Veterans Health Administration Experience with Data Quality Surveillance of Continuity of Care Documents: Interoperability Challenges for eHealth Exchange Participants

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    Early Experiences with Meaningful Use and Online Portal Implementation among Providers/Staff and Patients/Caregivers in a Safety Net Healthcare System

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    Early Experiences with Meaningful Use and Online Portal Implementation among Providers/Staff and Patients/Caregivers in a Safety Net Healthcare System


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    Towards data integration automation for the French rare disease registry


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    Analyses of Merging Clinical and Viral Genetic Data for Influenza Surveillance

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    Analyses of Merging Clinical and Viral Genetic Data for Influenza Surveillance


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    Diagnostic Characteristics of Patient Self-Assessment of Preoperative Cardiac Risk for Non-Cardiac Surgery - Foundations for Patient Driven Decision Support

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    Protein Drug Target Prioritization for Illumination

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    Protein Drug Target Prioritization for Illumination


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    Intra-cluster correlation estimates for design of cluster-randomized trials and multi-clinic studies that utilize electronic health record data

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    Intra-cluster correlation estimates for design of cluster-randomized trials and multi-clinic studies that utilize electronic health record data


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    Capturing Preventive Care Services: Comparing Data Obtained from Manual Chart Review, Automated EHR Extraction, and Insurance Claims

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    Capturing Preventive Care Services: Comparing Data Obtained from Manual Chart Review, Automated EHR Extraction, and Insurance Claims


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    Identifying Abnormal Anatomy on Temporal Bone Computed Tomography Reports Using Readily Available Natural Language Processing Software

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    Developing InSPECt: An Interactive Surveillance Portal for Evaluating Clinical Decision Support

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    Developing InSPECt: An Interactive Surveillance Portal for Evaluating Clinical Decision Support


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    Exploration of Temporal ICD Coding Bias Related to Acute Diabetic Conditions

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    Exploration of Temporal ICD Coding Bias Related to Acute Diabetic Conditions


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    Representation of Drug Use in Biomedical Standards, Clinical Text, and Research Measures

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    Representation of Drug Use in Biomedical Standards, Clinical Text, and Research Measures


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    Expanding a First-Order Logic Mitigation Framework to Handle Multimorbid Patient Preferences

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    Expanding a First-Order Logic Mitigation Framework to Handle Multimorbid Patient Preferences


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    An Analysis of Patient Portal Use in the Acute Care Setting

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    An Analysis of Patient Portal Use in the Acute Care Setting


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    Translating Electronic Clinical Quality Measures to Executable, Portable, and Customizable Workflows in KNIME

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    Translating Electronic Clinical Quality Measures to Executable, Portable, and Customizable Workflows in KNIME


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    Improving Radiology Procedure Identification for Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filters using EHR Text

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    Improving Radiology Procedure Identification for Inferior Vena Cava (IVC) Filters using EHR Text


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    Representation of Functional Status Concepts from Clinical Documents and Social Media Sources by Standard Terminologies

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    Representation of Functional Status Concepts from Clinical Documents and Social Media Sources by Standard Terminologies


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    Developing the Pathologists’ Monthly Assignment Schedule: A Case Study at the Division of Anatomical Pathology of The Ottawa Hospital

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    Developing the Pathologists’ Monthly Assignment Schedule: A Case Study at the Division of Anatomical Pathology of The Ottawa Hospital


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    Classification of Clinically Useful Sentences in MEDLINE

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    Classification of Clinically Useful Sentences in MEDLINE


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    Reading and Writing: Qualitative Analysis of Pharmacists' Use of the EHR when Preparing for Team Rounds

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    Assessing the Utility of Automatic Cancer Registry Notifications Data Extraction from Free-Text Pathology Reports

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    Assessing the Utility of Automatic Cancer Registry Notifications Data Extraction from Free-Text Pathology Reports


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    Will they participate? Predicting patients’ response to clinical trial invitations

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    Will they participate? Predicting patients’ response to clinical trial invitations


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    Drug-drug Interaction Discovery Using Abstraction Networks for "National Drug File – Reference Terminology" Chemical Ingredients

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    Drug-drug Interaction Discovery Using Abstraction Networks for "National Drug File – Reference Terminology" Chemical Ingredients


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    Machine Learning Approaches for Detecting Diabetic Retinopathy from Clinical and Public Health Records

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    Machine Learning Approaches for Detecting Diabetic Retinopathy from Clinical and Public Health Records


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    Understanding the acceptance factors of an Hospital Information System: evidence from a French University Hospital

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    Understanding the acceptance factors of an Hospital Information System: evidence from a French University Hospital


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    Comparing Weight Redistribution and Distance Imputation Methods for Missing Data in Clear-text and Encrypted Record Linkage

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    Comparing Weight Redistribution and Distance Imputation Methods for Missing Data in Clear-text and Encrypted Record Linkage


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    User Frustration in HIT Interfaces: Exploring Past HCI Research for a Better Understanding Of Clinicians’ Experiences

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    User Frustration in HIT Interfaces: Exploring Past HCI Research for a Better Understanding Of Clinicians’ Experiences


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    Quantifying Tobacco Exposure Using Clinical Notes and Natural Language Processing to Enable Lung Cancer Screening

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    Quantifying Tobacco Exposure Using Clinical Notes and Natural Language Processing to Enable Lung Cancer Screening


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    Identifying the Clinical Laboratory Tests from Unspecified “Other Lab Test” Data for Secondary Use

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    Identifying the Clinical Laboratory Tests from Unspecified “Other Lab Test” Data for Secondary Use


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    Homophily of Vocabulary Usage: Beneficial Effects of Vocabulary Similarity on Online Health Communities Participation

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    Homophily of Vocabulary Usage: Beneficial Effects of Vocabulary Similarity on Online Health Communities Participation


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    Comparison of Query Performance of a Research Data Warehouse Stored in a Relational Star Schema Database vs in a NoSQL Document-Store Database

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    Comparison of Query Performance of a Research Data Warehouse Stored in a Relational Star Schema Database vs in a NoSQL Document-Store Database


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    Contrasting Association Results Between Existing PheWAS Phenotype Definition Methods and Five Validated Electronic Phenotypes

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    Contrasting Association Results Between Existing PheWAS Phenotype Definition Methods and Five Validated Electronic Phenotypes


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    Uncovering the Cognitive Demands of EHR Use via Task Analysis

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    Uncovering the Cognitive Demands of EHR Use via Task Analysis


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    Status of the Health Center-Controlled Network Program: Advancing Health Care Quality through Health Information Technology at Community Health Centers

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    Status of the Health Center-Controlled Network Program: Advancing Health Care Quality through Health Information Technology at Community Health Centers


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    Impact of Robotic Surgery on Decision Making: Perspectives of Surgical Teams

    • Rebecca Randell $lastName

    Impact of Robotic Surgery on Decision Making: Perspectives of Surgical Teams


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    Computational Methods for Unraveling Temporal Brain Connectivity Data

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    Computational Methods for Unraveling Temporal Brain Connectivity Data


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    What causes pneumonia? Kinds of Knowledge and the Case for Hybrid Representations

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    What causes pneumonia? Kinds of Knowledge and the Case for Hybrid Representations


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    Variability in Electronic Health Record Usage and Perceptions among Specialty vs. Primary Care Physicians

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    Automatic Extraction and Post-coordination of Spatial Relations in Consumer Language

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    Automatic Extraction and Post-coordination of Spatial Relations in Consumer Language


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    Automatic Classification of Structured Product Labels for Pregnancy Risk Drug Categories, a Machine Learning Approach

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    Automatic Classification of Structured Product Labels for Pregnancy Risk Drug Categories, a Machine Learning Approach


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    Understanding Challenges and Opportunities in Precision Medicine and Interoperability Using Informatics Approaches

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    Understanding Challenges and Opportunities in Precision Medicine and Interoperability Using Informatics Approaches


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    Predicting Health Care Utilization After Behavioral Health Referral Using Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning

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    Predicting Health Care Utilization After Behavioral Health Referral Using Natural Language Processing and Machine Learning


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    ePAD: Leveraging image data in learning healthcare systems

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    ePAD: Leveraging image data in learning healthcare systems


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    Validating Free-text Order Entry for a Note-centric EHR

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    Validating Free-text Order Entry for a Note-centric EHR


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    Determinants of Consumer eHealth Information Seeking Behavior

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    Determinants of Consumer eHealth Information Seeking Behavior


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    Smartphone Data in Rheumatoid Arthritis - What Do Rheumatologists Want?

    • Phillip Say $lastName

    Smartphone Data in Rheumatoid Arthritis - What Do Rheumatologists Want?


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    Convolutional Neural Networks for Identifying Transcription Factor Binding Motifs

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    Convolutional Neural Networks for Identifying Transcription Factor Binding Motifs


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    Panoptiq imaging system compared with whole slide imaging (WSI) for challenging pathology cases.

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    Panoptiq imaging system compared with whole slide imaging (WSI) for challenging pathology cases.


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    Application of a Consumer Health Information Needs Taxonomy to Questions in Maternal-Fetal Care

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    Application of a Consumer Health Information Needs Taxonomy to Questions in Maternal-Fetal Care


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    Are Meaningful Use Requirements Really Meaningful for Medication Use? Experiences from the Field and Future Opportunities

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    Translational Meta-analytical Methods to Localize the Regulatory Patterns of Neurological Disorders in the Human Brain

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    Data-driven Temporal Prediction of Surgical Site Infection

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    Data-driven Temporal Prediction of Surgical Site Infection


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    Automated Detection of Benzodiazepine Dosage in ICU Patients through a Computational Analysis of Electrocardiographic Data

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    Automated Detection of Benzodiazepine Dosage in ICU Patients through a Computational Analysis of Electrocardiographic Data


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    Ginkgo and Warfarin Interaction in a Large Veterans Administration Population

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    Ginkgo and Warfarin Interaction in a Large Veterans Administration Population


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    Relationship of IT Sophistication to Quality Measures in a National Study of Nursing Homes

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    Relationship of IT Sophistication to Quality Measures in a National Study of Nursing Homes


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    PCORnet Implementation of PopMedNet Data Characterization Tool

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    PCORnet Implementation of PopMedNet Data Characterization Tool


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    COBE: A Conjunctive Ontology Browser and Explorer for Visualizing SNOMED CT Fragments

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    COBE: A Conjunctive Ontology Browser and Explorer for Visualizing SNOMED CT Fragments


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    Scaling Out and Evaluation of OBSecAn, an Automated Section Annotator for Semi-Structured Clinical Documents, on a Large VA Clinical Corpus

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    Scaling Out and Evaluation of OBSecAn, an Automated Section Annotator for Semi-Structured Clinical Documents, on a Large VA Clinical Corpus


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    Completing Death Certificates from an EMR: Analysis of a Novel Public-Private Partnership

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    Completing Death Certificates from an EMR: Analysis of a Novel Public-Private Partnership


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    A Method to Compare ICF and SNOMED CT for Coverage of U.S. Social Security Administration’s Disability Listing Criteria

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    A Method to Compare ICF and SNOMED CT for Coverage of U.S. Social Security Administration’s Disability Listing Criteria


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    Identifying and Understanding Data Quality Issues in a Pediatric Distributed Research Network

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    Identifying and Understanding Data Quality Issues in a Pediatric Distributed Research Network


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    Improving guideline concordance in multidisciplinary teams: preliminary results of a cluster-randomized trial evaluating the effect of a web-based audit and feedback intervention with outreach visits

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    Improving guideline concordance in multidisciplinary teams: preliminary results of a cluster-randomized trial evaluating the effect of a web-based audit and feedback intervention with outreach visits


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    Towards a Generalizable Time Expression Model for Temporal Reasoning in Clinical Notes

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    Towards a Generalizable Time Expression Model for Temporal Reasoning in Clinical Notes


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    Organizational Uses of Health Information Exchange to Change Cost and Utilization Outcomes: A Typology from a Multi-Site Qualitative Analysi

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    Toward the Development of a Predictive Model for Patient Portal Adoption by Patients in a Federally Qualified Health Center

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    Toward the Development of a Predictive Model for Patient Portal Adoption by Patients in a Federally Qualified Health Center


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    Biological Model Development as an Opportunity to Provide Content Auditing for the Foundational Model of Anatomy Ontology

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    Biological Model Development as an Opportunity to Provide Content Auditing for the Foundational Model of Anatomy Ontology


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    Automated Extraction of Substance Use Information from Clinical Texts

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    Automated Extraction of Substance Use Information from Clinical Texts


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    Mortality Prediction in ICUs Using A Novel Time-Slicing Cox Regression Method

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    Mortality Prediction in ICUs Using A Novel Time-Slicing Cox Regression Method


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    Challenges and Solutions in Optimizing Execution Performance of a Clinical Decision Support-Based Quality Measurement (CDS-QM) Framework

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    Challenges and Solutions in Optimizing Execution Performance of a Clinical Decision Support-Based Quality Measurement (CDS-QM) Framework


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    Machine Learning for Treatment Assignment: Improving Individualized Risk Attribution

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    Machine Learning for Treatment Assignment: Improving Individualized Risk Attribution


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    Collecting Family Health History using an Online Social Network: a Nationwide Survey among Potential Users

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    Collecting Family Health History using an Online Social Network: a Nationwide Survey among Potential Users


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    Making Hypertensive Medication Data Meaningful

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    Making Hypertensive Medication Data Meaningful


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    A Study of Neural Word Embeddings for Named Entity Recognition in Clinical Text

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    A Study of Neural Word Embeddings for Named Entity Recognition in Clinical Text


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    DenguePredict: An Integrated Drug Repositioning Approach towards Drug Discovery for Dengue

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    DenguePredict: An Integrated Drug Repositioning Approach towards Drug Discovery for Dengue


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    tcTKB: an integrated cardiovascular toxicity knowledge base for targeted cancer drugs

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    tcTKB: an integrated cardiovascular toxicity knowledge base for targeted cancer drugs


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    Impact of Electronic Health Records on Quality of Care: Evidence on Inpatient Mortality, Readmissions, and Complications

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    Impact of Electronic Health Records on Quality of Care: Evidence on Inpatient Mortality, Readmissions, and Complications


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    Improving Weight in Patients with Serious Mental Illness: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Computerized Weight Services with Peer Coaches

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    Improving Weight in Patients with Serious Mental Illness: A Randomized Controlled Trial of Computerized Weight Services with Peer Coaches


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    Handling Temporality of Clinical Events for Drug Safety Surveillance

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    Handling Temporality of Clinical Events for Drug Safety Surveillance


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    Identification of Venous Thromboembolism from Electronic Medical Records with Information Extraction

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    Identification of Venous Thromboembolism from Electronic Medical Records with Information Extraction


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    Using a Clinical Knowledge Base to Assess Comorbidity Interrelatedness Among Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions

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    Using a Clinical Knowledge Base to Assess Comorbidity Interrelatedness Among Patients with Multiple Chronic Conditions


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    Learning from the Data: Exploring a Hepatocellular Carcinoma Registry Using Visual Analytics to Improve Multidisciplinary Clinical Decision-Making

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    Learning from the Data: Exploring a Hepatocellular Carcinoma Registry Using Visual Analytics to Improve Multidisciplinary Clinical Decision-Making


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    Take a Breather: Empowering Adherence & Patient Centered Research Through Interactive Data Visualization, Social Engagement, & Gamification in Patients with Sleep Apnea

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    Take a Breather: Empowering Adherence & Patient Centered Research Through Interactive Data Visualization, Social Engagement, & Gamification in Patients with Sleep Apnea


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    Improving user engagement and insight through Contextualized Quantified Self

    • Tal Lorberbaum $lastName

    Improving user engagement and insight through Contextualized Quantified Self


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