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A Potential Answer to the Alert Override Riddle: Using Patient Attributes to Predict False Positive Alerts
An Exploration of the Terminology of Clinical Cognition and Reasoning
Development of a Technology-Supported, Lay Peer-to-Peer Family Engagement Consultation Service in a Pediatric Hospital
Phenotype Detection Registry System (PheDRS) - Implementation of a Generalizable Single Institution Clinical Registry Architecture
Classifying Clinical Trial Eligibility Criteria to Facilitate Phased Cohort Identification Using Clinical Data Repositories
Modeling the Temporal Evolution of Postoperative Complications
i3b3: Infobuttons for i2b2 as a Mechanism for Investigating the Information Needs of Clinical Researchers
Characterization of the Context of Drug Concepts in Research Protocols: An Empiric Study to Guide Ontology Development
Identifying the Clinical Laboratory Tests from Unspecified "Other Lab Test" Data for Secondary Use
Reproducing a Prospective Clinical Study as a Computational Retrospective Study in MIMIC-II
Adapting a Clinical Data Repository to ICD-10-CM through the use of a Terminology Repository
Designing a clinical dashboard to fill information gaps in the emergency department
Locating relevant patient information in electronic health record data using representations of clinical concepts and database structures
Piloting a deceased subject integrated data repository and protecting privacy of relatives
Desiderata for healthcare integrated data repositories based on architectural comparison of three public repositories.
Practical choices for infobutton customization: experience from four sites.
Meeting the electronic health record "meaningful use" criterion for the HL7 infobutton standard using OpenInfobutton and the Librarian Infobutton Tailoring Environment (LITE).
Precision and negative predictive value of links between ClinicalTrials.gov and PubMed.
Using a resource effect study pre-pilot to inform a large randomized trial: the Decide2Quit.Org Web-assisted tobacco intervention.
An investigation into the feasibility of spoken clinical question answering.
Graphical methods for reducing, visualizing and analyzing large data sets using hierarchical terminologies.
Improving adherence to research protocol drug exclusions using a clinical alerting system.
A large-scale knowledge management method based on the analysis of the use of online knowledge resources
Information networks in intensive care: a network analysis of information exchange patterns
Interpreting nurses' responses to clinical documentation alerts
Multi-National, Multi-Institutional Analysis of Clinical Decision Support Data Needs to Inform Development of the HL7 Virtual Medical Record Standard
Physician opinions of the importance, accessibility, and quality of health information and their use of the information
The contribution of observational studies and clinical context information for guiding the integration of infobuttons into clinical information systems.
Use of clinical alerting to improve the collection of clinical research data.
Using electronic data sources to understand the determinants of psychiatric visit non-adherence.
Evaluating the AMIA-OHSU 10x10 program to train healthcare professionals in medical informatics.
Expert verification of the knowledge base of FEED--a feedback expert system for EMS documentation.
Extracting structured medication event information from discharge summaries.
Identifying logical clinical context clusters in nursing orders for the purpose of information retrieval.
Infobuttons: anticipatory passive decision support.
Intravenous medication administration in intensive care: opportunities for technological solutions.
Leading a horse to water: using automated reminders to increase use of online decision support.
Using semantic and structural properties of the UMLS to discover potential terminological relationships.
A comparison of two methods for retrieving ICD-9-CM data: The effect of using an ontology-based method for handling terminology changes.
A methodology for meeting context-specific information needs related to nursing orders.
Auditing dynamic links to online information resources.
Decompositional terminology translation using network analysis.
Evaluating the AMIA-OHSU 10x10 program to train health care professionals.
Evaluation of a UMLS Auditing Process of Semantic Type Assignments.
Informatics in the doctor of nursing practice curriculum.
Information needs related to antibiotic prescribing while using CPOE.
Piecewise synonyms for enhanced UMLS source terminology integration.
Predicting 5-year survival of colorectal carcinoma patients using data mining methods.
Redesign of the Columbia University Infobutton Manager.
Semantic query generation from eligibility criteria in clinical trials.
Understanding dimensions of complexity in nurse case managers' workflow in a telemedicine program.
Beyond information retrieval--medical question answering.
Diagnostic decision support systems: why aren't they used more and what can we do about it?
Interruptions during the use of a CPOE system for MICU rounds.
Mining cross-terminology links in the UMLS.
Reliability of SNOMED-CT coding by three physicians using two terminology browsers.
Use, usability, usefulness, and impact of an infobutton manager.
Data quality in the outpatient setting: impact on clinical decision support systems.
Real time electronic patient study enrollment system in emergency room.
Using patient data to retrieve health knowledge.
Automated discovery of patient-specific clinician information needs using clinical information system log files.
Automated identification of shortcuts to patient data for a wireless handheld clinical information system.
Characterizing information needs and cognitive processes during CIS use.
Clinical information needs in context: an observational study of clinicians while using a clinical information system.
Clinician performance and prominence of diagnoses displayed by a clinical diagnostic decision support system.
Comparison of health/medical informatics curricula against multiple sets of professional criteria.
Development of infobuttons in a wireless environment.
Patient perceptions of physician use of handheld computers.
Sharing infobuttons to resolve clinicians' information needs.
The classification of clinicians' information needs while using a clinical information system.
Use of online resources while using a clinical information system.
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