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JurnalJAMIA ( Journal Of the American Medical Informatics Association ) vol. 16 no. 4 (Jul. 2009)
Topik: Medical Informatics
Bahasa: (EN )    ISSN: 1067-5027    Year:: 2009    Bulan: 07    Edisi: Jul/Aug 2009    
Penerbit: Hanley & Belfus
Jenis: Journal - ilmiah internasional
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    • Nomor Panggil: J43.K.2009.02
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  2. Health IT-enabled Care for Underserved Rural Populations: The Role of Nursing, halaman 439-445
  3. 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, halaman 446-456
  4. The Relationship between Electronic Health Record Use and Quality of Care over Time, halaman 457-464
  5. Physicians' Use of Key Functions in Electronic Health Records from 2005 to 2007: A Statewide Survey, halaman 465-470
  6. Seeking Health Information Online: Does Wikipedia Matter?, halaman 471-479
  7. Computerized Clinical Decision Support During Medication Ordering for Long-term Care Residents with Renal Insufficiency, halaman 480-485
  8. Medication Administration Errors in Nursing Homes Using an Automated Medication Dispensing System, halaman 486-492
  9. Perceptions of Standards-based Electronic Prescribing Systems as Implemented in Outpatient Primary Care: A Physician Survey, halaman 493-502
  10. Validation Study of an Automated Electronic Acute Lung Injury Screening Tool, halaman 503-509
  11. Evaluation of a Physician Informatics Tool to Improve Patient Handoffs, halaman 509-515
  12. Queuing Theory to Guide the Implementation of a Heart Failure Inpatient Registry Program, halaman 516-523
  13. Standardizing Nursing Information in Canada for Inclusion in Electronic Health Records: C-HOBIC, halaman 524-530
  14. What Evidence Supports the Use of Computerized Alerts and Prompts to Improve Clinicians' Prescribing Behavior?, halaman 531-538
  15. The Impact of Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems on Inpatient Clinical Workflow: A Literature Review, halaman 539-549
  16. A Systematic Review of Patient Acceptance of Consumer Health Information Technology, halaman 550-560
  17. Recognizing Obesity and Comorbidities in Sparse Data, halaman 561-570
  18. Description of a Rule-based System for the i2b2 Challenge in Natural Language Processing for Clinical Data, halaman 571-575
  19. A Rule-based Approach for Identifying Obesity and Its Comorbidities in Medical Discharge Summaries, halaman 576-579
  20. Semantic Classification of Diseases in Discharge Summaries Using a Context-aware Rule-based Classifier, halaman 580-584
  21. Natural Language Processing Framework to Assess Clinical Conditions, halaman 585-589
  22. A System for Classifying Disease Comorbidity Status from Medical Discharge Summaries Using Automated Hotspot and Negated Concept Detection, halaman 590-595
  23. A Text Mining Approach to the Prediction of Disease Status from Clinical Discharge Summaries, halaman 596-600
  24. Semi-automated Construction of Decision Rules to Predict Morbidities from Clinical Texts, halaman 601-605

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