Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

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  • The 2018 fellow cohort of the American College of Medical Informatics.  26:1150-1155. 2019
  • Putting the "why" in "eHR": Capturing and coding clinical cognition.  26:1379-1384. 2019
  • Structured override reasons for drug-drug interaction alerts in electronic health records.  26:934-942. 2019
  • Data linkages between patient-powered research networks and health plans: A foundation for collaborative research.  26:594-602. 2019
  • Clinicians' reasoning as reflected in electronic clinical note-entry and reading/retrieval: a systematic review and qualitative synthesis.  26:172-184. 2019
  • AMIA's code of professional and ethical conduct 2018.  25:1579-1582. 2018
  • Empowering genomic medicine by establishing critical sequencing result data flows: The eMERGE example.  25:1375-1381. 2018
  • AMIA board white paper: AMIA 2017 core competencies for applied health informatics education at the master’s degree level.  25:1657-1668. 2018
  • Assessing the impact of health system organizational structure on hospital electronic data sharing.  25:1147-1152. 2018
  • Context-sensitive decision support (infobuttons) in electronic health records: A systematic review.  24:460-468. 2017
  • Efficient identification of nationally mandated reportable cancer cases using natural language processing and machine learning.  23:1077-1084. 2016
  • Impact of the HITECH act on physicians' adoption of electronic health records.  23:375-379. 2016
  • Assessment-based health informatics curriculum improvement.  23:813-818. 2016
  • Nursing domain of CI governance: Recommendations for health IT adoption and optimization.  22:697-706. 2015
  • Health data use, stewardship, and governance: Ongoing gaps and challenges: A report from AMIA's 2012 health policy meeting.  21:204-211. 2014
  • Electronic medical records and physician stress in primary care: Results from the MEMO Study.  21. 2014
  • Design and evaluation of the ONC health information technology curriculum.  21:509-516. 2014
  • Don't take your EHR to heaven, donate it to science: Legal and research policies for EHR post mortem.  21:8-12. 2014
  • Evaluating adherence to the international committee of medical journal editors' policy of mandatory, timely clinical trial registration.  20. 2013
  • The wave has finally broken: Now what.  20. 2013
  • Healthcare information technology and economics.  20:212-217. 2013
  • Overcoming challenges to achieving meaningful use: Insights from hospitals that successfully received centers for medicare and medicaid services payments in 2011.  20:233-237. 2013
  • Terminology challenges implementing the HL7 context-aware knowledge retrieval ('infobutton') standard.  20:218-223. 2013
  • AMIA's code of professional and ethical conduct.  20:141-143. 2013
  • Information needs of case managers caring for persons living with HIV.  18:305-308. 2011
  • Challenges in ethics, safety, best practices, and oversight regarding HIT vendors, their customers, and patients: A report of an AMIA special task force.  18:77-81. 2011
  • A Randomized Trial Comparing Telemedicine Case Management with Usual Care in Older, Ethnically Diverse, Medically Underserved Patients with Diabetes Mellitus: 5 Year Results of the IDEATel Study.  16:446-456. 2009
  • Resistance Is Futile: But It Is Slowing the Pace of EHR Adoption Nonetheless.  16:274-281. 2009
  • Using Semantic and Structural Properties of the Unified Medical Language System to Discover Potential Terminological Relationships.  16:346-353. 2009
  • Information Needs, Infobutton Manager Use, and Satisfaction by Clinician Type: A Case Study.  16:140-142. 2009
  • Effectiveness of Topic-specific Infobuttons: A Randomized Controlled Trial.  15:752-759. 2008
  • Implementation Challenges for Clinical and Research Information Systems: Recommendations from the 2007 Winter Symposium of the American College of Medical Informatics.  15:281-282. 2008
  • Analysis of a Study of the Users, Uses, and Future Agenda of the UMLS.  14:221-231. 2007
  • Development and Testing of a Scale to Assess Physician Attitudes about Handheld Computers with Decision Support.  13:567-572. 2006
  • Improving ambulatory prescribing safety with a handheld decision support system: A randomized controlled trial.  13:171-179. 2006
  • Predicting the adoption of electronic health records by physicians: When will health care be paperless?.  13:106-112. 2006
  • Relationship structures and semantic type assignments of the UMLS enriched semantic network.  12:657-666. 2005
  • Toward semantic interoperability in home health care: Formally representing OASIS items for integration into a concept-oriented terminology.  12:410-417. 2005
  • Informatics challenges for the impending patient information explosion.  12:614-617. 2005
  • Participant perceptions of the influences of the NLM-sponsored woods hole medical informatics course.  12:256-262. 2005
  • Will the wave finally break? A brief view of the adoption of electronic medical records in the United States.  12:3-7. 2005
  • An Enriched Unified Medical Language System Semantic Network with a Multiple Subsumption Hierarchy.  11:195-206. 2004
  • PalmCIS: A Wireless Handheld Application for Satisfying Clinician Information Needs.  11:19-28. 2004
  • Diagnostic Decision Support Systems: How to Determine the Gold Standard?.  10:608-610. 2003
  • Integrating nursing diagnostic concepts into the Medical Entities Dictionary using the ISO Reference Terminology Model for Nursing Diagnosis.  10:382-388. 2003
  • The Operating Room Charge Nurse: Coordinator and Communicator.  9:70S-74. 2002
  • Providing concept-oriented views for clinical data using a knowledge-based system: An evaluation.  9:294-305. 2002
  • Studying the human-computer-terminology interface.  8:163-173. 2001
  • Evaluation of the clinical LOINC (Logical Observation Identifiers, Names, and Codes) semantic structure as a terminology model for standardized assessment measures.  7:529-538. 2000
  • From data to knowledge through concept-oriented terminologies: Experience with the medical entities dictionary.  7:288-297. 2000
  • Representing the UMLS as an object-oriented database: Modeling issues and advantages.  7:66-80. 2000
  • Toward vocabulary domain specifications for health level 7-coded data elements.  7:333-342. 2000
  • Effects of a decision support system on physicians' diagnostic performance.  6:420-427. 1999
  • Influence of case and physician characteristics on perceptions of decision support systems.  6:428-434. 1999
  • Association rules and data mining in hospital infection control and public health surveillance.  5:373-381. 1998
  • Auditing the Unified Medical Language System with semantic methods.  5:41-51. 1998
  • Beyond the Superhighway: Exploiting the Internet with Medical Informatics.  4:279-284. 1997
  • Controlled Vocabulary and Design of Laboratory Results Displays.  4:719-723. 1997
  • Linking a Clinical System to Heterogeneous Information Resources.  4:553-557. 1997
  • Partitioning a Vocabulary's IS-A Hierarchy into Trees.  4:630-634. 1997
  • Supporting Infobuttons with Terminological Knowledge.  4:528-532. 1997
  • Usability Testing in Medical Informatics: Cognitive Approaches to Evaluation of Information Systems and User Interfaces.  4:218-222. 1997
  • Using Logical Observation Identifier Names and Codes (LOINC) to Exchange Laboratory Data among Three Academic Hospitals.  4:96-100. 1997
  • Access to data: comparing AccessMed with Query by Review..  3:288-299. 1996
  • Relationships among performance scores of four diagnostic decision support systems..  3:208-215. 1996
  • Internet as clinical information system: Application development using the World Wide Web.  2:273-284. 1995
  • The canon group's effort: Working toward a merged model.  2:4-18. 1995
  • A general natural-language text processor for clinical radiology.  1:161-174. 1994
  • A schema for representing medical language applied to clinical radiology.  1:233-248. 1994
  • Controlled medical vocabulary construction: methods from the Canon Group..  1:296-297. 1994
  • Knowledge-based approaches to the maintenance of a large controlled medical terminology.  1:35-50. 1994
  • Toward a medical-concept representation language.  1:207-217. 1994
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 1067-5027
  • Electronic International Standard Serial Number (eissn)

  • 1527-974X