- Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Computer-based safety surveillance and patient-centered health records. 1
- Simon Y. W. Li, Farah Magrabi, Enrico W. Coiera:
A systematic review of the psychological literature on interruption and its patient safety implications. 6-12
- Knut Magne Augestad, Gro Berntsen, K. Lassen, Johan Gustav Bellika, R. Wootton, Rolv-Ole Lindsetmo:
Standards for reporting randomized controlled trials in medical informatics: a systematic review of CONSORT adherence in RCTs on clinical decision support. 13-21
- K. Ann McKibbon, Cynthia Lokker, Steven M. Handler, Lisa R. Dolovich, Anne Holbrook, Daria O'Reilly, Robyn Tamblyn, Brian J. Hemens, Runki Basu, Sue Troyan, Pavel S. Roshanov:
The effectiveness of integrated health information technologies across the phases of medication management: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials. 22-30
- Alan J. Forster, Alison Jennings, Claire Chow, Ciera Leeder, Carl van Walraven:
A systematic review to evaluate the accuracy of electronic adverse drug event detection. 31-38
- Jing Du, Young-Taek Park, Nawanan Theera-Ampornpunt, Jeffrey S. McCullough, Stuart M. Speedie:
The use of count data models in biomedical informatics evaluation research. 39-44
- Farah Magrabi, Mei-Sing Ong, William Runciman, Enrico W. Coiera:
Using FDA reports to inform a classification for health information technology safety problems. 45-53
- J. Marc Overhage, Patrick B. Ryan, Christian G. Reich, Abraham G. Hartzema, Paul E. Stang:
Validation of a common data model for active safety surveillance research. 54-60
- Jessica S. Ancker, Lisa M. Kern, Erika L. Abramson, Rainu Kaushal:
The Triangle Model for evaluating the effect of health information technology on healthcare quality and safety. 61-65
- Willemijn L. Eppenga, Hieronymus J. Derijks, Jean M. H. Conemans, Walter A. J. J. Hermens, Michel Wensing, Peter A. G. M. De Smet:
Comparison of a basic and an advanced pharmacotherapy-related clinical decision support system in a hospital care setting in the Netherlands. 66-71
- Carmen Guadalupe Rodriguez-Gonzalez, Ana Herranz-Alonso, Maria Luisa Martin-Barbero, Esther Duran-Garcia, Maria Isabel Durango-Limarquez, Paloma Hernández-Sampelayo, María Sanjurjo-Sáez:
Prevalence of medication administration errors in two medical units with automated prescription and dispensing. 72-78
- Nicholas P. Tatonetti, Guy Haskin Fernald, Russ B. Altman:
A novel signal detection algorithm for identifying hidden drug-drug interactions in adverse event reports. 79-85
- Richard T. Griffey, Helen G. Lo, Elisabeth Burdick, Carol A. Keohane, David W. Bates:
Guided medication dosing for elderly emergency patients using real-time, computerized decision support. 86-93
- Richard N. Shiffman, George Michel, Richard M. Rosenfeld, Caryn Davidson:
Building better guidelines with BRIDGE-Wiz: development and evaluation of a software assistant to promote clarity, transparency, and implementability. 94-101
- Sherry Yueh-Hsia Chiu, Li-Sheng Chen, Amy Ming-Fang Yen, Tony Hsiu-Hsi Chen:
Population-based proband-oriented pedigree information system: application to hypertension with population-based screening data (KCIS No. 25). 102-110
- Joyce C. Niland, Tracey Stiller, Jennifer Neat, Adina Londrc, Dina Johnson, Susan Pannoni:
Improving patient safety via automated laboratory-based adverse event grading. 111-115
- Leslie Beard, Rebecca Schein, Dante Morra, Kumanan Wilson, Jennifer Keelan:
The challenges in making electronic health records accessible to patients. 116-120
- Kate Goddard, Abdul V. Roudsari, Jeremy C. Wyatt:
Automation bias: a systematic review of frequency, effect mediators, and mitigators. 121-127
- A. Scott Nielsen, John D. Halamka, R. Philip Kinkel:
Internet portal use in an academic multiple sclerosis center. 128-133
- Yu-Chuan Li, Don E. Detmer, Syed Abdul Shabbir, Phung Anh Nguyen, Wen-Shan Jian, George I. Mihalas, Edward H. Shortliffe, Paul C. Tang, Reinhold Haux, Michio Kimura:
A global travelers' electronic health record template standard for personal health records. 134-136
- Jenna L. Marquard, Teresa Zayas-Cabán:
Commercial off-the-shelf consumer health informatics interventions: recommendations for their design, evaluation and redesign. 137-142
- Robert C. Hsiung:
Adoption of electronic health records by medical specialty societies. 143
- Gilad J. Kuperman:
President's column: Remarks from incoming Board Chair. 147-148
- Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Informatics research to enable clinically relevant, personalized genomic medicine. 149-150
- Jeremy M. Berg:
National centers for biomedical computing: from the BISTI report to the future. 151-152
- Michael N. Cantor:
Translational informatics: an industry perspective. 153-155
- Yves A. Lussier, Walter M. Stadler, James L. Chen:
Advantages of genomic complexity: bioinformatics opportunities in microRNA cancer signatures. 156-160
- Eugene J. Schweitzer:
Reconciliation of the cloud computing model with US federal electronic health record regulations. 161-165
- Brian D. Athey, James D. Cavalcoli, H. V. Jagadish, Gilbert S. Omenn, Barbara Mirel, Matthias Kretzler, Charles F. Burant, Raphael D. Isokpehi, Charles DeLisi:
The NIH National Center for Integrative Biomedical Informatics (NCIBI). 166-170
- Aris Floratos, Barry Honig, Dana Pe'er, Andrea Califano:
Using systems and structure biology tools to dissect cellular phenotypes. 171-175
- Tina Kapur, Steve Pieper, Ross T. Whitaker, Stephen R. Aylward, Marianna Jakab, William J. Schroeder, Ron Kikinis:
The National Alliance for Medical Image Computing, a roadmap initiative to build a free and open source software infrastructure for translational research in medical image analysis. 176-180
- Isaac S. Kohane, Susanne E. Churchill, Shawn N. Murphy:
A translational engine at the national scale: informatics for integrating biology and the bedside. 181-185
- Scott L. Delp, Joy P. Ku, Vijay S. Pande, Michael A. Sherman, Russ B. Altman:
Simbios: an NIH national center for physics-based simulation of biological structures. 186-189
- Mark A. Musen, Natalya Fridman Noy, Nigam H. Shah, Patricia L. Whetzel, Christopher G. Chute, Margaret-Anne D. Storey, Barry Smith:
The National Center for Biomedical Ontology. 190-195
- Lucila Ohno-Machado, Vineet Bafna, Aziz A. Boxwala, Brian E. Chapman, Wendy Webber Chapman, Kamalika Chaudhuri, Michele E. Day, Claudiu Farcas, Nathaniel D. Heintzman, Xiaoqian Jiang, Hyeoneui Kim, Jihoon Kim, Michael E. Matheny, Frederic S. Resnic, Staal A. Vinterbo:
iDASH: integrating data for analysis, anonymization, and sharing. 196-201
- Arthur W. Toga, Ivo D. Dinov, Paul M. Thompson, Roger P. Woods, John D. Van Horn, David W. Shattuck, Douglas Stott Parker Jr.:
The Center for Computational Biology: resources, achievements, and challenges. 202-206
- David K. Crockett, Elaine Lyon, Marc S. Williams, Scott P. Narus, Julio C. Facelli, Joyce A. Mitchell:
Utility of gene-specific algorithms for predicting pathogenicity of uncertain gene variants. 207-211
- Abel N. Kho, M. Geoffrey Hayes, Laura Rasmussen-Torvik, Jennifer A. Pacheco, William K. Thompson, Loren L. Armstrong, Joshua C. Denny, Peggy L. Peissig, Aaron W. Miller, Wei-Qi Wei, Suzette J. Bielinski, Christopher G. Chute, Cynthia L. Leibson, Gail P. Jarvik, David R. Crosslin, Christopher S. Carlson, Katherine M. Newton, Wendy A. Wolf, Rex L. Chisholm, William L. Lowe:
Use of diverse electronic medical record systems to identify genetic risk for type 2 diabetes within a genome-wide association study. 212-218
- Wei-Qi Wei, Cynthia L. Leibson, Jeanine E. Ransom, Abel N. Kho, Pedro J. Caraballo, High Seng Chai, Barbara P. Yawn, Jennifer A. Pacheco, Christopher G. Chute:
Impact of data fragmentation across healthcare centers on the accuracy of a high-throughput clinical phenotyping algorithm for specifying subjects with type 2 diabetes mellitus. 219-224
- Peggy L. Peissig, Luke V. Rasmussen, Richard L. Berg, James G. Linneman, Catherine A. McCarty, Carol Waudby, Lin Chen, Joshua C. Denny, Russell A. Wilke, Jyotishman Pathak, David Carrell, Abel N. Kho, Justin B. Starren:
Importance of multi-modal approaches to effectively identify cataract cases from electronic health records. 225-234
- Mark Stevenson, Eneko Agirre, Aitor Soroa:
Exploiting domain information for Word Sense Disambiguation of medical documents. 235-240
- Xiaoping Liu, Zhi-Ping Liu, Xing-Ming Zhao, Luonan Chen:
Identifying disease genes and module biomarkers by differential interactions. 241-248
- Indra Neil Sarkar:
A vector space model approach to identify genetically related diseases. 249-254
- Julia Lasserre, Steffen Arnold, Martin Vingron, Petra Reinke, Carl Hinrichs:
Predicting the outcome of renal transplantation. 255-262
- Xiaoqian Jiang, Melanie Osl, Jihoon Kim, Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Calibrating predictive model estimates to support personalized medicine. 263-274
- Thomas A. Peterson, Nathan L. Nehrt, DoHwan Park, Maricel G. Kann:
Incorporating molecular and functional context into the analysis and prioritization of human variants associated with cancer. 275-283
- Alexander A. Morgan, Vasilios J. Pyrgos, Kari C. Nadeau, Peter R. Williamson, Atul J. Butte:
Multiplex meta-analysis of RNA expression to identify genes with variants associated with immune dysfunction. 284-288
- Carrie C. Buchanan, Eric Torstenson, William S. Bush, Marylyn D. Ritchie:
A comparison of cataloged variation between International HapMap Consortium and 1000 Genomes Project data. 289-294
- Haiquan Li, Younghee Lee, James L. Chen, Ellen Rebman, Jianrong Li, Yves A. Lussier:
Complex-disease networks of trait-associated single-nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs) unveiled by information theory. 295-305
- Kelly Regan, Kanix Wang, Emily Doughty, Haiquan Li, Jianrong Li, Younghee Lee, Maricel G. Kann, Yves A. Lussier:
Translating Mendelian and complex inheritance of Alzheimer's disease genes for predicting unique personal genome variants. 306-316
- Lee A. D. Cooper, Jun Kong, David A. Gutman, Fusheng Wang, Jingjing Gao, Christina Appin, Sharath R. Cholleti, Tony Pan, Ashish Sharma, Lisa Scarpace, Tom Mikkelsen, Tahsin M. Kurç, Carlos S. Moreno, Daniel J. Brat, Joel H. Saltz:
Integrated morphologic analysis for the identification and characterization of disease subtypes. 317-323
- Edward H. Shortliffe:
President's column: reflections on AMIA's past 3 years. 325-326
- Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Cost-effectiveness of informatics and health IT: impact on finances and quality of care. 327
- Mark E. Frisse, Kevin B. Johnson, Hui Nian, Coda L. Davison, Cynthia S. Gadd, Kim M. Unertl, Pat A. Turri, Qingxia Chen:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: The financial impact of health information exchange on emergency department care. 328-333
- Donald P. Connelly, Young-Taek Park, Jing Du, Nawanan Theera-Ampornpunt, Bradley D. Gordon, Barry A. Bershow, Raymond A. Gensinger Jr., Michael Shrift, Daniel T. Routhe, Stuart M. Speedie:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: The impact of electronic health records on care of heart failure patients in the emergency room. 334-340
- Daria O'Reilly, Anne Holbrook, Gordon Blackhouse, Sue Troyan, Ron Goeree:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Cost-effectiveness of a shared computerized decision support system for diabetes linked to electronic medical records. 341-345
- Allison B. McCoy, Lemuel R. Waitman, Julia B. Lewis, Julie A. Wright, David P. Choma, Randolph A. Miller, Josh F. Peterson:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: A framework for evaluating the appropriateness of clinical decision support alerts and responses. 346-352
- Joy M. Grossman, Dori A. Cross, Ellyn R. Boukus, Genna R. Cohen:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Transmitting and processing electronic prescriptions: experiences of physician practices and pharmacies. 353-359
- Ajit Appari, Emily K. Carian, M. Eric Johnson, Denise L. Anthony:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Medication administration quality and health information technology: a national study of US hospitals. 360-367
- Shane P. Stenner, Kevin B. Johnson, Joshua C. Denny:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: PASTE: patient-centered SMS text tagging in a medication management system. 368-374
- Cindy Parks Thomas, Meelee Kim, Ann McDonald, Peter Kreiner, Stephen J. Kelleher Jr., Michael B. Blackman, Peter N. Kaufman, Grant M. Carrow:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Prescribers' expectations and barriers to electronic prescribing of controlled substances. 375-381
- Holly Jordan Lanham, Luci K. Leykum, Reuben R. McDaniel Jr.:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Same organization, same electronic health records (EHRs) system, different use: exploring the linkage between practice member communication patterns and EHR use patterns in an ambulatory care setting. 382-391
- Kim M. Unertl, Kevin B. Johnson, Nancy M. Lorenzi:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Health information exchange technology on the front lines of healthcare: workflow factors and patterns of use. 392-400
- Stephanie O. Zandieh, Erika L. Abramson, Elizabeth R. Pfoh, Kay Yoon-Flannery, Alison Edwards, Rainu Kaushal:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: Transitioning between ambulatory EHRs: a study of practitioners' perspectives. 401-406
- Katrina Lindblom, Tess Gregory, Carlene Wilson, Ingrid H. K. Flight, Ian Zajac:
Focus on health information technology, electronic health records and their financial impact: The impact of computer self-efficacy, computer anxiety, and perceived usability and acceptability on the efficacy of a decision support tool for colorectal cancer screening. 407-412
- Po-Yin Yen, Suzanne Bakken:
Review of health information technology usability study methodologies. 413-422
- Daria O'Reilly, Jean-Eric Tarride, Ron Goeree, Cynthia Lokker, K. Ann McKibbon:
The economics of health information technology in medication management: a systematic review of economic evaluations. 423-438
- Sujha Subramanian, Sonia Hoover, Joann L. Wagner, Jennifer L. Donovan, Abir O. Kanaan, Paula Rochon, Jerry H. Gurwitz, Terry S. Field:
Immediate financial impact of computerized clinical decision support for long-term care residents with renal insufficiency: a case study. 439-442
- Stephanie Spellman Kennebeck, Nathan Timm, Michael K. Farrell, Stephen Andrew Spooner:
Impact of electronic health record implementation on patient flow metrics in a pediatric emergency department. 443-447
- Jane Herwehe, Wayne Wilbright, Amir Abrams, Susan Bergson, Joseph Foxhood, Michael Kaiser, Luis Smith, Ke Xiao, Amy Zapata, Manya Magnus:
Implementation of an innovative, integrated electronic medical record (EMR) and public health information exchange for HIV/AIDS. 448-452
- Eyal Zimlichman, Ronen Rozenblum, Claudia A. Salzberg, Yeona Jang, Melissa Tamblyn, Robyn Tamblyn, David W. Bates:
Lessons from the Canadian national health information technology plan for the United States: opinions of key Canadian experts. 453-459
- Julie J. McGowan, Caitlin M. Cusack, Meryl Bloomrosen:
The future of health IT innovation and informatics: a report from AMIA's 2010 policy meeting. 460-467
- Esther M. M. van de Glind, Barbara C. van Munster, René Spijker, Rob J. P. M. Scholten, Lotty Hooft:
Focus on information retrieval: Search filters to identify geriatric medicine in Medline. 468-472
- J. Caleb Goodwin, Todd R. Johnson, Trevor Cohen, Jorge R. Herskovic, Elmer V. Bernstam:
Focus on information retrieval: Predicting biomedical document access as a function of past use. 473-478
- Mila Petrova, Paul Sutcliffe, K. W. M. (Bill) Fulford, Jeremy Dale:
Focus on information retrieval: Search terms and a validated brief search filter to retrieve publications on health-related values in Medline: a word frequency analysis study. 479-488
- Hao Tian, Jin-Mann S. Lin, William C. Reeves:
Focus on information retrieval: Utilization of two web-based continuing education courses evaluated by Markov chain model. 489-494
- Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Big science, big data, and a big role for biomedical informatics.
- Nigam H. Shah, Jessica D. Tenenbaum:
The coming age of data-driven medicine: translational bioinformatics' next frontier.
- Suresh K. Bhavnani, Gowtham Bellala, Sundar Victor, Kevin E. Bassler, Shyam Visweswaran:
The role of complementary bipartite visual analytical representations in the analysis of SNPs: a case study in ancestral informative markers.
- Alberto Russu, Alberto Malovini, Annibale A. Puca, Riccardo Bellazzi:
Stochastic model search with binary outcomes for genome-wide association studies.
- Alexander A. Morgan, Rong Chen, Atul J. Butte:
Clinical utility of sequence-based genotype compared with that derivable from genotyping arrays.
- Mei Liu, Yonghui Wu, Yukun Chen, Jingchun Sun, Zhongming Zhao, Xue-wen Chen, Michael E. Matheny, Hua Xu:
Large-scale prediction of adverse drug reactions using chemical, biological, and phenotypic properties of drugs.
- Alan R. Tait, Terri Voepel-Lewis, Maureen McGonegal, Robert Levine:
Evaluation of a prototype interactive consent program for pediatric clinical trials: a pilot study.
- Michael D. Buck, Sheila Anane, John Taverna, Sam Amirfar, Remle Stubbs-Dame, Jesse Singer:
The Hub Population Health System: distributed ad hoc queries and alerts.
- Zhongjie Li, Shengjie Lai, David L. Buckeridge, Honglong Zhang, Yajia Lan, Weizhong Yang:
Adjusting outbreak detection algorithms for surveillance during epidemic and non-epidemic periods.
- Scott L. DuVall, Alison M. Fraser, Kerry Rowe, Alun Thomas, Geraldine P. Mineau:
Evaluation of record linkage between a large healthcare provider and the Utah Population Database.
- Nicholas R. Anderson, Aaron Abend, Aaron Mandel, Estella M. Geraghty, Davera Gabriel, Rob Wynden, Michael Kamerick, Kent Anderson, Julie Rainwater, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch:
Implementation of a deidentified federated data network for population-based cohort discovery.
- Jeffrey M. Ferranti, William Gilbert, Jonathan McCall, Howard Shang, Tanya Barros, Monica M. Horvath:
The design and implementation of an open-source, data-driven cohort recruitment system: the Duke Integrated Subject Cohort and Enrollment Research Network (DISCERN).
- Murat Sariyar, Andreas Borg, Klaus Pommerening:
Missing values in deduplication of electronic patient data.
- Guergana K. Savova, Janet E. Olson, Sean P. Murphy, Victoria L. Cafourek, Fergus J. Couch, Matthew P. Goetz, James N. Ingle, Vera J. Suman, Christopher G. Chute, Richard M. Weinshilboum:
Automated discovery of drug treatment patterns for endocrine therapy of breast cancer within an electronic medical record.
- Luke V. Rasmussen, Peggy L. Peissig, Catherine A. McCarty, Justin Starren:
Development of an optical character recognition pipeline for handwritten form fields from an electronic health record.
- Jason S. Mathias, Dana Gossett, David W. Baker:
Use of electronic health record data to evaluate overuse of cervical cancer screening.
- Pablo López-García, Martin Boeker, Arantza Illarramendi, Stefan Schulz:
Usability-driven pruning of large ontologies: the case of SNOMED CT.
- Mei-Sing Ong, Farah Magrabi, Enrico W. Coiera:
Automated identification of extreme-risk events in clinical incident reports.
- Sandra L. MacKenzie, Matt C. Wyatt, Robert Schuff, Jessica D. Tenenbaum, Nick R. Anderson:
Practices and perspectives on building integrated data repositories: results from a 2010 CTSA survey.
- Peter B. McGarvey, Sweta Ladwa, Mauricio Oberti, Anca Dana Dragomir, Erin K. Hedlund, David M. Tanenbaum, Baris E. Suzek, Subha Madhavan:
Informatics and data quality at collaborative multicenter Breast and Colon Cancer Family Registries.
- Guoqian Jiang, Harold R. Solbrig, Christopher G. Chute:
Quality evaluation of value sets from cancer study common data elements using the UMLS semantic groups.
- Xiaoqian Jiang, Aziz A. Boxwala, Robert E. El-Kareh, Jihoon Kim, Lucila Ohno-Machado:
A patient-driven adaptive prediction technique to improve personalized risk estimation for clinical decision support.
- Peter J. Embi, Anthony C. Leonard:
Evaluating alert fatigue over time to EHR-based clinical trial alerts: findings from a randomized controlled study.
- Stephen T. Wu, Hongfang Liu, Dingcheng Li, Cui Tao, Mark A. Musen, Christopher G. Chute, Nigam H. Shah:
Unified Medical Language System term occurrences in clinical notes: a large-scale corpus analysis.
- Susan C. Weber, Henry J. Lowe, Amar K. Das, Todd A. Ferris:
A simple heuristic for blindfolded record linkage.
- Robert J. Carroll, William K. Thompson, Anne E. Eyler, Arthur M. Mandelin, Tianxi Cai, Raquel M. Zink, Jennifer A. Pacheco, Chad S. Boomershine, Thomas A. Lasko, Hua Xu, Elizabeth W. Karlson, Raúl G. Pérez, Vivian S. Gainer, Shawn N. Murphy, Eric M. Ruderman, Richard M. Pope, Robert M. Plenge, Abel N. Kho, Katherine P. Liao, Joshua C. Denny:
Portability of an algorithm to identify rheumatoid arthritis in electronic health records.
- Leonard W. D'Avolio, Ryan Ferguson, Sergey Goryachev, Patricia Woods, Thomas Sabin, Joseph O'Neil, Chester Conrad, Joseph Gillon, Jasmine Escalera, Mary Brophy, Phillip Lavori, Louis D. Fiore:
Implementation of the Department of Veterans Affairs' first point-of-care clinical trial.
- Yi Liu, Adrien Coulet, Paea LePendu, Nigam H. Shah:
Using ontology-based annotation to profile disease research.
- Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Where do we stand in the maze of health information systems? 497
- Leslie Lenert, David Sundwall, Michael Edward Lenert:
Shifts in the architecture of the Nationwide Health Information Network. 498-502
- Belinda Seto, Charles P. Friedman:
Moving toward multimedia electronic health records: how do we get there? 503-505
- Isla M. Hains, Andrew Georgiou, Johanna I. Westbrook:
The impact of PACS on clinician work practices in the intensive care unit: a systematic review of the literature. 506-513
- Catherine H. Yu, Robinder Bahniwal, Andreas Laupacis, Eman Leung, Michael S. Orr, Sharon E. Straus:
Systematic review and evaluation of web-accessible tools for management of diabetes and related cardiovascular risk factors by patients and healthcare providers. 514-522