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  1. Http://clinfowiki.org/wiki/index.php/Open Source Handheld-Based EMR for Paramedics Working in Rural Areas‏‎ (7 categories)
  2. Comparison of manual versus automated data collection method for an evidence-based nursing practice study‏‎ (7 categories)
  3. Open Source Handheld-Based EMR for Paramedics Working in Rural Areas‏‎ (7 categories)
  4. Clinical Decision Support: Effectiveness in Improving Quality Processes and Clinical Outcomes and Factors That May Influence Success‏‎ (7 categories)
  5. Enabling Better Interoperability for HealthCare: Lessons in Developing a Standards Based Application Programing Interface for Electronic Medical Record Systems‏‎ (7 categories)
  6. ONC Issues Guides for SAFER EHRs‏‎ (6 categories)
  7. Evaluation of electronic discharge summaries: A comparison of documentation in electronic and handwritten discharge summaries‏‎ (6 categories)
  8. Transforming the EHR into a knowledge platform to ensure improved health and healthcare‏‎ (6 categories)
  9. Clinical decision support systems: A discussion of quality, safety and legal liability issues‏‎ (6 categories)
  10. High speed clinical data retrieval system with event time sequence feature: with 10 years of clinical data of Hamamatsu University Hospital CPOE‏‎ (6 categories)
  11. Computerized Physician Order Entry with Clinical Decision Support in Long-Term Care Facilities: Costs and Benefits to Stakeholders‏‎ (6 categories)
  12. Fostering Acceptance of Computerized Physician Order Entry‏‎ (6 categories)
  13. Evaluating a Dental Diagnostic Terminology in an Electronic Health Record‏‎ (6 categories)
  14. The CMIO - A New Leader for Health Systems‏‎ (6 categories)
  15. Effect of EHR user interface changes on internal prescription discrepancies‏‎ (6 categories)
  16. Electronic Health Records in Four Community Physician Practices: Impact on Quality and Cost of Care‏‎ (6 categories)
  17. Cooking up an open source EMR for developing countries: OpenMRS – a recipe for successful collaboration‏‎ (6 categories)
  18. Health Information Exchange‏‎ (6 categories)
  19. MHealth‏‎ (6 categories)
  20. The preferences of users of electronic medical records in hospitals: quantifying the relative importance of barriers and facilitators of an innovation‏‎ (6 categories)
  21. Natural language processing (NLP)‏‎ (6 categories)
  22. Computerized clinical decision support for prescribing: provision does not guarantee uptake‏‎ (6 categories)
  23. Uses of electronic health records for public health surveillance to advance public health‏‎ (6 categories)
  24. HL7‏‎ (6 categories)
  25. Health information technology in oncology practice: a literature review‏‎ (6 categories)
  26. Comprehensive Analysis of a Medication Dosing Error Related to CPOE‏‎ (6 categories)
  27. Real-time use of the iPad by third-year medical students for clinical decision support and learning: a mixed methods study‏‎ (6 categories)
  28. Is there a “magic” hemoglobin number‏‎ (6 categories)
  29. Impact of a warning CPOE system on the inappropriate pill splitting of prescribed medications in outpatients‏‎ (6 categories)
  30. Open-source health information technology: A case study of electronic medical records‏‎ (6 categories)
  31. Telemedicine‏‎ (6 categories)
  32. Accessing primary care Big Data: the development of a software algorithm to explore the rich content of consultation records‏‎ (6 categories)
  33. Evaluating usability of a commercial electronic health record: A case study‏‎ (6 categories)
  34. Design and implementation of a privacy preserving electronic health record linkage tool in Chicago‏‎ (6 categories)
  35. Enhancing Physician Adoption of CPOE: The Search for a Perfect Order Set‏‎ (6 categories)
  36. Best Practices in EMR Implementation: A Systematic Review‏‎ (6 categories)
  37. Real alerts and artifact classification in archived multi-signal vital sign monitoring data: implications for mining big data‏‎ (5 categories)
  38. Utilizing IHE-based Electronic Health Record Systems for Secondary Use‏‎ (5 categories)
  39. Information needs for the OR and PACU electronic medical record‏‎ (5 categories)
  40. METEOR: An Enterprise Health Informatics Environment to Support Evidence - based Medicine‏‎ (5 categories)
  41. Simulated electronic health record (Sim-EHR) curriculum: teaching EHR skills and use of the EHR for disease management and prevention‏‎ (5 categories)
  42. The anatomy of decision support during inpatient care provider order entry (CPOE): Empirical observations from a decade of CPOE experience at Vanderbilt‏‎ (5 categories)
  43. The Cognitive Complexity of a Provider Order Entry Interface‏‎ (5 categories)
  44. The Symbiosis of Project Management And Change Management During Healthcare Integrated Planning‏‎ (5 categories)
  45. Providing Interoperability to a Pervasive Healthcare System Through the HL7 CDA Standard‏‎ (5 categories)
  46. A new sociotechnical model for studying health information technology in complex adaptive healthcare systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  47. Downtime procedures for a clinical information system: a critical issue‏‎ (5 categories)
  48. Characteristics of health IT outage and suggested risk management strategies: an analysis of historical incident reports in China‏‎ (5 categories)
  49. Features predicting the success of computerized decision support for prescribing: a systematic review of randomized controlled trials.‏‎ (5 categories)
  50. Using electronic health record data to evaluate preventive service utilization among uninsured safety net patients‏‎ (5 categories)
  51. Security of Electronic Medical Information and Patient Privacy: What You Need to Know‏‎ (5 categories)
  52. Impact of electronic health record implementation on patient flow metrics in a pediatric emergency department‏‎ (5 categories)
  53. Local public health department adoption and use of electronic health records‏‎ (5 categories)
  54. Assessing performance of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) using Cognitive Task Analysis‏‎ (5 categories)
  55. Barriers Over Time to Full Implementation of Health Information Exchange in the United States‏‎ (5 categories)
  56. EBM‏‎ (5 categories)
  57. Ethics and the Electronic Health Record in Dental School Clinics‏‎ (5 categories)
  58. Development and Implementation of an Electronic Health Record Generated Surgical Handoff and Rounding Tool‏‎ (5 categories)
  59. Secondary use of clinical data: the Vanderbilt approach‏‎ (5 categories)
  60. The impact of electronic health records on healthcare quality: a systematic review and meta-analysis‏‎ (5 categories)
  61. Understanding keys to successful implementation of electronic decision support in rural hospitals: analysis of a pilot study for antimicrobial prescribing‏‎ (5 categories)
  62. Computerised provider order entry combined with clinical decision support systems to improve medication safety: a narrative review‏‎ (5 categories)
  63. Reduction in medication errors in hospitals due to adoption of computerized provider order entry systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  64. Are three methods better than one‏‎ (5 categories)
  65. Relationship of health literacy to intentional and unintentional non-adherence of hospital discharge medications.‏‎ (5 categories)
  66. Automated development of order sets and corollary orders by data mining in an ambulatory computerized physician order entry system‏‎ (5 categories)
  67. Optimizing the acceptance of medication-based alerts by physicians during CPOE implementation in a community hospital.‏‎ (5 categories)
  68. Visualizing unstructured patient data for assessing diagnostic and therapeutic history‏‎ (5 categories)
  69. The Effect of Patient Portals on Quality Outcomes and Its Implications to Meaningful Use: A Systematic Review‏‎ (5 categories)
  70. A Qualitative Investigation of the Content of Dental Paper-based and Computer-based Patient Record Formats‏‎ (5 categories)
  71. Integrating computerized clinical decision support systems into clinical work: A meta-synthesis of qualitative research‏‎ (5 categories)
  72. Going Mobile: How Mobile Personal Health Records Can Improve Health Care During Emergencies‏‎ (5 categories)
  73. Readability of patient discharge instructions with and without the use of electronically available disease-specific templates‏‎ (5 categories)
  74. Practitioners' Views on Computerized Drug—Drug Interaction Alerts in the VA System‏‎ (5 categories)
  75. Patient Safety: Improving Safety with Information Technology‏‎ (5 categories)
  76. Radiology order decision support: examination-indication appropriateness assessed using 2 electronic systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  77. METEOR: An Enterprise Health Informatics Environment to Support Evidence-based Medicine‏‎ (5 categories)
  78. The vulnerabilities of computerized physician order entry systems: a qualitative study‏‎ (5 categories)
  79. Multi-label classification of chronically ill patients with bag of words and supervised dimensionality reduction algorithms‏‎ (5 categories)
  80. Cognitive and usability engineering methods for the evaluation of clinical information systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  81. IT Downtime – A Cultural Shift‏‎ (5 categories)
  82. Evaluation of Outpatient Computerized Physician Medication Order Entry Systems: A Systematic Review‏‎ (5 categories)
  83. Redesigning electronic health record systems to support public health.‏‎ (5 categories)
  84. A Pragmatic Approach to Implementing Best Practices for Clinical Decision Support Systems in Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  85. An Electronic Health Record-Public Health (EHR-PH) System Prototype for Interoperability in 21st Century Healthcare Systems‏‎ (5 categories)
  86. Designing Real-time Decision Support for Trauma Resuscitations‏‎ (5 categories)
  87. Evaluation of causes and frequency of medication errors during information technology downtime‏‎ (5 categories)
  88. Complementary methods of system usability evaluation: surveys and observations during software design and development cycles‏‎ (5 categories)
  89. The Effect of Hospital Electronic Health Record Adoption on Nurse-Assessed Quality of Care and Patient Safety‏‎ (5 categories)
  90. Electronic health records improve the quality of care in underserved populations: A literature review‏‎ (5 categories)
  91. Use of a support vector machine for categorizing free-text notes‏‎ (5 categories)
  92. Do physicians value decision support A look at the effect of decision support systems on physician opinion‏‎ (5 categories)
  93. Computerized Provider Order Entry Reduces Length of Stay in a Community Hospital‏‎ (5 categories)
  94. Evaluation and selection of open-source EMR software packages based on integrated AHP and TOPSIS‏‎ (5 categories)
  95. A Survey of Health Information Exchange Organizations in the United States: Implications for Meaningful Use‏‎ (5 categories)
  96. Implementation of electronic chemotherapy ordering: an opportunity to improve evidence-based oncology care‏‎ (5 categories)
  97. Personal health records: a randomized trial of effects on elder medication safety‏‎ (5 categories)
  98. Cross-vendor evaluation of key user-defined clinical decision support capabilities: a scenario-based assessment of certified electronic health records with guidelines for future development‏‎ (5 categories)
  99. EHR implementation: one organization's road to success‏‎ (5 categories)
  100. Human Factors Design and Clinical Decision Support‏‎ (5 categories)
  101. Designing an automated clinical decision support system to match clinical practice guidelines for opioid therapy for chronic pain‏‎ (5 categories)
  102. Grand challenges in clinical decision support‏‎ (5 categories)
  103. Determining differences in user performance between expert and novice primary care doctors when using an electronic health record (EHR)‏‎ (5 categories)
  104. Electronic Dental Records System Adoption‏‎ (5 categories)
  105. Order Sets in Computerized Physician Order Entry System: an Analysis of Seven Sites‏‎ (5 categories)
  106. Development and Implementation of Computerized Clinical Guidelines: Barriers and Solutions‏‎ (5 categories)
  107. Computerized Provider Order Entry Adoption: Implications for Clinical Workflow‏‎ (5 categories)
  108. Addition of electronic prescription transmission to computerized prescriber order entry: Effect on dispensing errors in community pharmacies.‏‎ (5 categories)
  109. Electronic health record–based decision support to improve asthma care: a cluster-randomized trial‏‎ (5 categories)
  110. ICD‏‎ (5 categories)
  111. Siemens Medical Systems Norway‏‎ (5 categories)
  112. Natural language processing and inference rules as strategies for updating problem list in an electronic health record‏‎ (5 categories)
  113. Electronic Ordering System Improves Postoperative Pain Management after Total Knee or Hip Arthroplasty‏‎ (5 categories)
  114. The financial impact of health information exchange on emergency department care‏‎ (5 categories)
  115. Implementation of multiple-domain covering computerized decision support systems in primary care: a focus group study on perceived barriers‏‎ (5 categories)
  116. Early cost and safety benefits of an inpatient electronic health record‏‎ (5 categories)
  117. Can Uttilizing a Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) System Prevent Hospital Medical Errors and Adverse Drug Events‏‎ (5 categories)
  118. Leveraging of Open EMR Architecture for Clinical Trial Accrual‏‎ (5 categories)
  119. Heuristic evaluation of eNote: an electronic notes system‏‎ (5 categories)
  120. Agreement of Medicaid claims and electronic health records for assessing preventive care quality among adults‏‎ (5 categories)
  121. Implementation of an evidence-based order set to impact initial antibiotic time intervals in adult febrile neutropenia‏‎ (5 categories)
  122. Impact of a clinical decision support system for high-alert medications on the prevention of prescription errors‏‎ (5 categories)
  123. Lessons learned from implementing service-oriented clinical decision support at four sites: A qualitative study‏‎ (5 categories)
  124. Medication-related Clinical Decision Support in Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems: A Review‏‎ (5 categories)
  125. Effects of computerized clinical decision support systems on practitioner performance and patient outcomes‏‎ (5 categories)
  126. Barriers and facilitators to the uptake of computerized clinical decision support systems in specialty hospitals: protocol for a qualitative cross-sectional study‏‎ (4 categories)
  127. Use of Clinical Decision Support to Increase Influenza Vaccination: Multi-year Evolution of the System‏‎ (4 categories)
  128. The Unintended Consequences of Computerized Provider Order Entry: Findings From a Mixed Methods Exploration‏‎ (4 categories)
  129. Attitudes and Perceptions of Pediatric Residents on Transitioning to CPOE‏‎ (4 categories)
  130. Evaluating the Impact of Information Technology Tools to Support the Asthma Medical Home‏‎ (4 categories)
  131. Implementation Pearls from a New Guidebook on Improving Medication Use and Outcomes with Clinical Decision Support‏‎ (4 categories)
  132. Implementing culture change in health care: theory and practice‏‎ (4 categories)
  133. The impact of electronic health record implementation and use on performance of the surgical care improvement project measures‏‎ (4 categories)
  134. Development of a context model to prioritize drug safety alerts in CPOE systems‏‎ (4 categories)
  135. Computerised provider order entry combined with clinical decision support systems to improve medication safety‏‎ (4 categories)
  136. Analysis of the Security and Privacy Requirements of Cloud-Based Electronic Health Records Systems‏‎ (4 categories)
  137. Perceived efficiency impacts following electronic health record implementation: an exploratory study of an urban community health center network‏‎ (4 categories)
  138. The Blockchain in Healthcare‏‎ (4 categories)
  139. Clinical Decision Support to Implement CYP2D6 Drug-Gene Interaction‏‎ (4 categories)
  140. Computerized physician order entry: promise, perils, and experience‏‎ (4 categories)
  141. Simulation in the EHR‏‎ (4 categories)
  142. Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an Architecture based on the CDA R2 Document Repository to Provide Support to the Contingency Plan‏‎ (4 categories)
  143. Data-driven order set generation and evaluation in the pediatric environment.‏‎ (4 categories)
  144. Distributed Cognition and Knowledge-based Controlled Medical Terminologies‏‎ (4 categories)
  145. Use of electronic medical records (EMR) for oncology outcomes research: assessing the comparability of EMR information to patient registry and health claims data‏‎ (4 categories)
  146. Ranked Levels of Influence Model: Selecting Influence Techniques to Minimize IT Resistance‏‎ (4 categories)
  147. Methods and dimensions of electronic health record data quality assessment: enabling reuse for clinical research‏‎ (4 categories)
  148. Use of Mobile Clinical Decision Support Software by Junior Doctors at a UK Teaching Hospital: Identification and Evaluation of Barriers to Engagement‏‎ (4 categories)
  149. Clinical Decision Support for Perioperative Information Management Systems‏‎ (4 categories)
  150. Qualitative analysis‏‎ (4 categories)
  151. Security of the distributed electronic patient record: a case-based approach to identifying policy issues‏‎ (4 categories)
  152. An analysis of electronic health record-related patient safety concerns‏‎ (4 categories)
  153. Use of electronic medical records in oncology outcomes research‏‎ (4 categories)
  154. Does user-centred design affect the efficiency, usability and safety of CPOE order sets‏‎ (4 categories)
  155. A content analysis of smartphone-based applications for hypertension management‏‎ (4 categories)
  156. Physicians' Attitudes Towards the Advice of a Guideline-Based Decision Support System: A Case Study With OncoDoc2 in the Management of Breast Cancer Patients‏‎ (4 categories)
  157. Contingency planning for electronic health record-based care continuity: a survey of recommended practices‏‎ (4 categories)
  158. The rise of big clinical databases‏‎ (4 categories)
  159. Context management‏‎ (4 categories)
  160. A Framework to Assist Health Professionals in Recommending High-Quality Apps for Supporting Chronic Disease Self-Management: Illustrative Assessment of Type 2 Diabetes Apps‏‎ (4 categories)
  161. Evaluation of medication errors via a computerized physician order entry system in an inpatient renal transplant unit‏‎ (4 categories)
  162. An Information Paradigm Shift is Required to Realize EHR Benefits‏‎ (4 categories)
  163. Unified Medical Language System (UMLS)‏‎ (4 categories)
  164. Effect of Computerized Clinical Decision Support on the Use and Yield of CT Pulmonary Angiography in the Emergency Department‏‎ (4 categories)
  165. The Effect of Computerized Provider Order Entry on Medical Student Clerkship Experiences‏‎ (4 categories)
  166. Attitudes and perceptions of pediatric residents on transitioning to CPOE‏‎ (4 categories)
  167. A detailed description of the implementation of inpatient insulin orders with a commercial electronic health record system.‏‎ (4 categories)
  168. Physicians Failed to Write Flawless Prescriptions When Computerized Physician Order Entry System Crashed‏‎ (4 categories)
  169. Measurement of CPOE end-users satisfaction among ICU physicians and nurses‏‎ (4 categories)
  170. The vulnerabilities of computerized physician order entry systems: a qualitative stud‏‎ (4 categories)
  171. Use of an electronic patient-reported outcome measurement system to improve distress management in oncology‏‎ (4 categories)
  172. Giving patients granular control of personal health information: Using an ethics ‘Points to Consider’ to inform informatics system designers‏‎ (4 categories)
  173. DICOM‏‎ (4 categories)
  174. Breast cancer treatment across health care systems: linking electronic medical records and state registry data to enable outcomes research‏‎ (4 categories)
  175. Medical decision support using machine learning for early detection of late onset neonatal sepsis‏‎ (4 categories)
  176. Barriers to the acceptance of electronic medical records by physicians from systematic review to taxonomy and interventions‏‎ (4 categories)
  177. Evidence-based management of ambulatory electronic health record system implementation: an assessment of conceptual support and qualitative evidence‏‎ (4 categories)
  178. Medication errors: prevention using information technology systems‏‎ (4 categories)
  179. HL7 FHIR: An Agile and RESTful approach to healthcare information exchange‏‎ (4 categories)
  180. Intensive care unit nurses' information needs and recommendations for integrated displays to improve nurses' situation awareness‏‎ (4 categories)
  181. Evaluation of an electronic health record-supported obesity management protocol implemented in a community health center: a cautionary note‏‎ (4 categories)
  182. Implementation of a clinical decision support system for computerized drug prescription entries in a large tertiary care hospital‏‎ (4 categories)
  183. Unexpected increased mortality after implementation of a commercially sold computerized physician order entry system‏‎ (4 categories)
  184. Electronic personal health records come of age‏‎ (4 categories)
  185. Toward a national framework for the secondary use of health data‏‎ (4 categories)
  186. Using Commercial Knowledge Bases for Clinical Decision Support: Opportunities, Hurdles, and Recommendations‏‎ (4 categories)
  187. Special considerations for Pediatric Practices‏‎ (4 categories)
  188. Genetic Non-Discrimination‏‎ (4 categories)
  189. A trial of automated decision support alerts for contraindicated medications using computerized physician order entry‏‎ (4 categories)
  190. Effect of computerized physician order entry and a team intervention on prevention of serious medication errors‏‎ (4 categories)
  191. A New Socio-technical Model for Studying Health Information Technology in Complex Adaptive Healthcare Systems‏‎ (4 categories)
  192. Community Based Research Network: Opportunities for Coordination of Care, Public Health Surveillance, and Farmworker Research‏‎ (4 categories)
  193. Factors contributing to an increase in duplicate medication order errors after CPOE implementation‏‎ (4 categories)
  194. Identifying Best Practices for Clinical Decision Support and Knowledge Management in the Field‏‎ (4 categories)
  195. Barcode medication administration‏‎ (4 categories)
  196. Electronic health record-based triggers to detect potential delays in cancer diagnosis‏‎ (4 categories)
  197. Development and field testing of a self-assessment guide for computer-based provider order entry‏‎ (4 categories)
  198. Computerized clinical decision support improves warfarin management and decreases recurrent venous thromboembolism‏‎ (4 categories)
  199. Self-Tracking, Social Media and Personal Health Records for Patient Empowered Self-Care‏‎ (4 categories)
  200. Order set‏‎ (4 categories)
  201. Behavioral Health Order Sets in a Hybrid Information Environment‏‎ (4 categories)
  202. Then and Now: Nurses' Perceptions of the Electronic Health Record‏‎ (4 categories)
  203. Implementation of Hospital Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in a Rural State: Feasibility and Financial Impact‏‎ (4 categories)
  204. From cacophony to harmony: A case study about the IS implementation process as an opportunity for organizational transformation at Sentara Healthcare‏‎ (4 categories)
  205. Enhancement of Clinicians' Diagnostic Reasoning by Computer-Based Consultation‏‎ (4 categories)
  206. Utilizing Dental Electronic Health Records Data to Predict Risk for Periodontal Disease‏‎ (4 categories)
  207. Chemotherapy prescribing errors: an observational study on the role of information technology and computerized physician order entry systems‏‎ (4 categories)
  208. Caveats for the Use of Operational Electronic Health Record Data in Comparative Effectiveness Research‏‎ (4 categories)
  209. Perceived Barriers and Facilitators of Using a Web-Based Interactive Decision Aid for Colorectal Cancer Screening in Community Practice Settings: Findings From Focus Groups With Primary Care Clinicians and Medical Office Staff‏‎ (4 categories)
  210. Health Information Technology: Addressing Health Disparity by Improving Quality, Increasing Access, and Developing Workforce‏‎ (4 categories)
  211. Matching identifiers in electronic health records: implications for duplicate records and patient safety‏‎ (4 categories)
  212. Health Information Technology: Integration of Clinical Workflow into Meaningful Use of Electronic Health Records‏‎ (4 categories)
  213. Role of Computerized Physician Order Entry Systems in Facilitating Medication Errors‏‎ (4 categories)
  214. Data quality and clinical decision-making: do we trust machines blindly‏‎ (4 categories)
  215. Using qualitative studies to improve the usability of an EMR‏‎ (4 categories)
  216. Making Sense of Clinical Practice: Order Set Design Strategies in CPOE‏‎ (4 categories)
  217. Efficacy of an Evidence-Based Clinical Decision Support in Primary Care Practices A Randomized Clinical Trial‏‎ (4 categories)
  218. Measure of Clinical Information Technology Adoption‏‎ (4 categories)
  219. Patient Confidentiality in the Research Use of Clinical Medical Databases‏‎ (4 categories)
  220. Giving Patients Control of Their EHR Data‏‎ (4 categories)
  221. HIT plants SEEDS in healthcare education‏‎ (4 categories)
  222. Costs and benefits of health information technology‏‎ (4 categories)
  223. The effect of computerized physician order entry on medication prescription errors and clinical outcome in pediatric and intensive care‏‎ (4 categories)
  224. The Influence that Electronic Prescribing has on Medication Errors and Preventable Adverse Drug Events: an Interrupted Time-Series Study‏‎ (4 categories)
  225. The wave has finally broken: now what‏‎ (4 categories)
  226. Benefits of CPOE Implementation‏‎ (4 categories)
  227. The challenges in making electronic health records accessible to patients‏‎ (4 categories)
  228. Towards Meaningful Medication-Related Clinical Decision Support: Recommendations for an Initial Implementation‏‎ (4 categories)
  229. Clinical trial registry‏‎ (4 categories)
  230. Feasibility of real-time satisfaction surveys through automated analysis of patients' unstructured comments and sentiments‏‎ (4 categories)
  231. Electronic medical records and quality of cancer care‏‎ (4 categories)
  232. Enhancing Electronic Health Records to Support Clinical Research‏‎ (4 categories)
  233. A Review of Emerging Technologies for the Management of Diabetes Mellitus‏‎ (4 categories)
  234. Communicating discharge instructions to patients: a survey of nurse, intern, and hospitalist practices‏‎ (4 categories)
  235. Effect of home telemonitoring on glycemic and blood pressure control in primary care clinic patients with diabetes‏‎ (4 categories)
  236. Text data extraction for a prospective, research-focused data mart: implementation and validation‏‎ (4 categories)
  237. Interventions to reduce medication errors in pediatric intensive care‏‎ (4 categories)
  238. Quality informatics‏‎ (4 categories)
  239. Effects of computerized physician order entry and clinical decision support systems on medication safety: a systematic review‏‎ (4 categories)
  240. A survey of factors affecting clinician acceptance of clinical decision support‏‎ (4 categories)
  241. Computerized physician order entry with clinical decision support in the long-term care setting‏‎ (4 categories)
  242. Evaluation of the effect of information integration in displays for ICU nurses on situation awareness and task completion time: A prospective randomized controlled study‏‎ (4 categories)
  243. Automated electronic medical record sepsis detection in the emergency department‏‎ (4 categories)
  244. Icon and user interface design for emergency medical information systems: A case study‏‎ (4 categories)
  245. A risk analysis method to evaluate the impact of a computerized provider order entry system on patient safety‏‎ (4 categories)
  246. Handhelds and HIPAA: Does instant access and availabilityfrom mobile technology jeopardize patient privacy‏‎ (4 categories)
  247. Using a Cloud-based Electronic Health RecordDuring Disaster Response: A Case Study inFukushima, March 2011‏‎ (4 categories)
  248. Improving Clinical Decisions on T2DM Patients Integrating Clinical, Administrative and Environmental Data.‏‎ (4 categories)
  249. Mobile phone diabetes project led to improved glycemic control and net savings for Chicago plan participants‏‎ (4 categories)
  250. Clinical decision support systems‏‎ (4 categories)

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