Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association: JAMIA
(ISSN: 1067-5027, 1527-974X)
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Table of Contents
2016 - 23 (e1)
- Data and the clinical decision support loop.
- Design simplicity influences patient portal use: the role of aesthetic evaluations for technology acceptance.
- A data-driven approach for quality assessment of radiologic interpretations.
- Risks and benefits of speech recognition for clinical documentation: a systematic review.
- Classification of radiology reports for falls in an HIV study cohort.
- An information model for automated assessment of concordance between advance care preferences and care delivered near the end of life.
- Meaningful use care coordination criteria: Perceived barriers and benefits among primary care providers.
- Experience with decision support system and comfort with topic predict clinicians' responses to alerts and reminders.
- A multi-institution evaluation of clinical profile anonymization.
- Identifying opportunities in EHR to improve the quality of antibiotic allergy data.
- Evaluating the implementation of RxNorm in ambulatory electronic prescriptions.
- Evaluating the potential impact of a mobile telemedicine system on coordination of specialty care for patients with complicated oral lesions in Botswana.
- Provider variation in responses to warnings: do the same providers run stop signs repeatedly?
- Text message reminders do not improve hepatitis B vaccination rates in an Australian sexual health setting.
- Alert dwell time: introduction of a measure to evaluate interruptive clinical decision support alerts.
- Food entries in a large allergy data repository.
- A design of experiments approach to validation sampling for logistic regression modeling with error-prone medical records.
- Cardiac catheterization laboratory inpatient forecast tool: a prospective evaluation.
- Patient and physician predictors of patient receipt of therapies recommended by a computerized decision support system when initially prescribed broad-spectrum antibiotics: a cohort study.
- Combining billing codes, clinical notes, and medications from electronic health records provides superior phenotyping performance.
- A new visual navigation system for exploring biomedical Open Educational Resource (OER) videos.
- What do we know about developing patient portals? a systematic literature review.
- Opportunities and challenges in the use of personal health data for health research.
- Refilling medications through an online patient portal: consistent improvements in adherence across racial/ethnic groups.
- Data integration of structured and unstructured sources for assigning clinical codes to patient stays.
- Real-time prediction of inpatient length of stay for discharge prioritization.