Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA
(ISSN: 1067-5027, 1527-974X)
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Table of Contents
2016 - 23 (3)
- Basic informatics literacy: building a health information technology workforce.
- Person-generated health and wellness data for health care.
- Maximizing data use to propel informatics practice and research.
- Automated integration of continuous glucose monitor data in the electronic health record using consumer technology.
- Data-driven health management: reasoning about personally generated data in diabetes with information technologies.
- A patient-centered system in a provider-centered world: challenges of incorporating post-discharge wound data into practice.
- Automatic detection of social rhythms in bipolar disorder.
- Leveraging cues from person-generated health data for peer matching in online communities.
- Self-monitoring practices, attitudes, and needs of individuals with bipolar disorder: implications for the design of technologies to manage mental health.
- Harnessing person-generated health data to accelerate patient-centered outcomes research: the Crohn's and Colitis Foundation of America PCORnet Patient Powered Research Network (CCFA Partners).
- Mobile health devices: will patients actually use them?
- Assessing Strength of Evidence of Appropriate Use Criteria for Diagnostic Imaging Examinations.
- The influence of health-specific social network site use on the psychological well-being of cancer-affected people.
- Informational and emotional elements in online support groups: a Bayesian approach to large-scale content analysis.
- Integrating patient voices into health information for self-care and patient-clinician partnerships: Veterans Affairs design recommendations for patient-generated data applications.
- Computers in the clinical encounter: a scoping review and thematic analysis.
- Development of a large urban longitudinal HIV clinical cohort using a web-based platform to merge electronically and manually abstracted data from disparate medical record systems: technical challenges and innovative solutions.
- Patient-generated health data: a pathway to enhanced long-term cancer survivorship.
- Tweeting back: predicting new cases of back pain with mass social media data.
- Immune modulators in disease: integrating knowledge from the biomedical literature and gene expression.
- Assessing race and ethnicity data quality across cancer registries and EMRs in two hospitals.
- The feasibility of text reminders to improve medication adherence in adolescents with asthma.
- A framework for self-experimentation in personalized health.
- OpenFDA: an innovative platform providing access to a wealth of FDA's publicly available data.
- The utility of web mining for epidemiological research: studying the association between parity and cancer risk.
- The impact of real-time alerting on appropriate prescribing in kidney disease: a cluster randomized controlled trial.
- Rising drug allergy alert overrides in electronic health records: an observational retrospective study of a decade of experience.
- Improving health care proxy documentation using a web-based interview through a patient portal.
- Dispatch from the non-HITECH-incented Health IT world: electronic medication history adoption and utilization.
- VERTIcal Grid lOgistic regression (VERTIGO).
- Real-time prediction of mortality, readmission, and length of stay using electronic health record data.
- Assessing the impact of a primary care electronic medical record system in three Kenyan rural health centers.