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  1. "Meaningful use" of electronic health records and its relevance to laboratories and pathologists
  2. "Smart Forms" in an Electronic Medical Record: documentation-based clinical decision support to improve disease management.
  3. (CPR)
  4. (EDR)
  5. /Hierarchy of Evidence
  6. 3M Health Information Systems
  8. ADP AdvancedMD
  9. AI and ML for Depression And Suicide Screening
  10. AMDIS Response to the Federal Tamper-Resistant Rx Law
  11. AMPATH medical record system (AMRS)
  12. ANOVA
  13. ARRA
  14. ART-EMR
  16. ASTM CCR
  17. A 2014 medical informatics perspective on clinical decision support systems: do we hit the ceiling of effectiveness
  18. A Bayesian decision support tool for efficient dose individualization of warfarin in adults and children
  19. A Clinical Decision Support Needs Assessment of Community-Based Physicians
  20. A Clinical Decision Support System for Integrating Tuberculosis and HIV Care in Kenya: A Human-Centered Design Approach
  21. A Design Protocol to Develop Radiology Dashboards
  22. A Framework for Evaluating the Appropriateness of Clinical Decision Support Alerts and Responses
  23. A Framework to Assist Health Professionals in Recommending High-Quality Apps for Supporting Chronic Disease Self-Management: Illustrative Assessment of Type 2 Diabetes Apps
  24. A Hybrid Model for Automatic Emotion Recognition in Suicide Notes
  25. A Journey through Meaningful Use at a Large Academic Medical Center: Lessons of Leadership, Administration, and Technical Implementation
  26. A New Medication Reconciliation Clinical Reminder: Will it succeed?
  27. A New Socio-technical Model for Studying Health Information Technology in Complex Adaptive Healthcare Systems
  28. A Novel Approach to Supporting Relationship-Centered Care Through Electronic Health Record Ergonomic Training in Preclerkship Medical Education
  29. A Pragmatic Approach to Implementing Best Practices for Clinical Decision Support Systems in Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems
  30. A Qualitative Investigation of the Content of Dental Paper-based and Computer-based Patient Record Formats
  31. A Review of Emerging Technologies for the Management of Diabetes Mellitus
  32. A Survey of Health Information Exchange Organizations in the United States: Implications for Meaningful Use
  33. A Systematic Review of Patient Acceptance of Consumer Health Information Technology
  34. A Tale Of Two Large Community Electronic Health Record Extension Projects
  35. A case study on better iconographic design in electronic medical records user interface
  36. A clinical decision support needs assessment of community-based physicians
  37. A clinical decision support needs assessment of coummunity-based physicians
  38. A cluster randomized trial evaluating electronic prescribing in an ambulatory care setting
  39. A comparison of a multistate inpatient EHR database to the HCUP Nationwide Inpatient Sample
  40. A comparison of two Detailed Clinical Model representations: FHIR and CDA
  41. A computerized reminder system to increase the use of preventive care for hospitalized patients
  42. A content analysis of smartphone-based applications for hypertension management
  43. A decision support tool for appropriate glucose-lowering therapy in patients with type 2 diabetes
  44. A description and functional taxonomy of rule-based decision support content at a large integrated delivery network.
  45. A descriptive analysis of a nursing home clinical information system with decision support
  46. A detailed description of the implementation of inpatient insulin orders with a commercial electronic health record system.
  47. A framework for evaluating the appropriateness of clinical decision support alerts and responses
  48. A health record integrated clinical decision support system to support prescriptions of pharmaceutical drugs in patients with reduced renal function: Design, development and proof of concept
  49. A long-term follow-up evaluation of electronic health record prescribing safety
  50. A new sociotechnical model for studying health information technology in complex adaptive healthcare systems
  51. A nursing clinical decision support system and potential predictors of head-of-bed position for patients receiving mechanical ventilation.
  52. A pragmatic Approach to Implementing Best Practices for Clinical Decision Support Systems in Computerized Provider Order Entry Systems
  53. A qualitative analysis of how advanced practice nurses use clinical decision support systems
  54. A qualitative cross-site study of physician order entry
  55. A qualitative study of the activities performed by people involved in clinical decision support: recommended practices for success
  56. A randomized trial of electronic clinical reminders to improve medication laboratory monitoring
  57. A review of randomized controlled trials comparing the effectiveness of hand held computers with paper methods for data collection
  58. A review of security of electronic health records
  59. A review of the empirical evidence of the value of structuring and coding of clinical information within electronic health records for direct patient care
  60. A risk analysis method to evaluate the impact of a computerized provider order entry system on patient safety
  61. A simple error classification system for understanding sources of error in automatic speech recognition and human transcription
  62. A strategic vision for telemedicine and medical informatics in space flight
  63. A survey of factors affecting clinician acceptance of clinical decision support
  64. A systematic review of the literature on multidisciplinary rounds to design information technology
  65. A template-based approach to support utilization of clinical practice guidelines within an electronic health record
  66. A trial of automated decision support alerts for contraindicated medications using computerized physician order entry
  67. A trial of automated safety alerts for inpatient digoxin use with computerized physician order entry
  68. A user-centered framework for designing health care interfaces
  69. A user needs assessment to inform health information exchange design and implementation
  70. A website to improve asthma care by suggesting patient questions for physicians: qualitative analysis of user experiences
  71. Acceptable Use Policy (AUP)
  72. Access Logs
  73. Access control
  74. Accessing primary care Big Data: the development of a software algorithm to explore the rich content of consultation records
  75. Accountable Care Organization
  76. Addition of electronic prescription transmission to computerized prescriber order entry: Effect on dispensing errors in community pharmacies.
  77. Administrative Safeguards
  78. Adopting Electronic Medical Records in Primary Care: Lessons Learned from Health Information Systems Implementation Experience in Seven Countries
  79. Adoption of Clinical Decision support in Multimorbidity: A Systematic Review
  80. Adoption of Electronic Health Records (EHR) in Canada: A Review
  81. Adoption of Order Entry with Decision Support for Chronic Care by Physician Organizations
  82. Advanced Proficiency EHR Training: Effect on Physicians’ EHR Efficiency, EHR Satisfaction and Job Satisfaction
  83. Advances in Artificial Intelligence
  84. Adverse drug event
  85. Age and EMR
  86. Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ)
  87. Aggregate data
  88. Aggregated data
  89. Agreement of Medicaid claims and electronic health records for assessing preventive care quality among adults
  90. Aim project
  91. Aionex PatientBoard
  92. Akron Children's Hospital and IBM
  93. Alberta Netcare
  94. Alert Dwell Time: Introduction of a Measure to Evaluate Interruptive Clinical Decision Support Alerts
  95. Alert placement in clinical workflow
  96. Alerts
  97. Alerts versus on-demand CDS
  98. Allscripts
  99. Alternate Input Devices
  100. Amazing Charts
  101. Ambulatory Physician Documentation Time
  102. American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)
  103. An Electronic Health Record-Public Health (EHR-PH) System Prototype for Interoperability in 21st Century Healthcare Systems
  104. An Electronic Health Record Based on Structured Narrative
  105. An Electronic Medical Record System Tool for Homeless, With Check List
  106. An HIT Solution for Clinical Care and Disaster Planning: How One health Center in Joplin, MO Survived a Tornado and Avoided a Health Information Disaster
  107. An Information Paradigm Shift is Required to Realize EHR Benefits
  108. An Observational Study of the Impact of a Computerized Physician Order Entry System on the Rate of Medication Errors in an Orthopaedic Surgery Unit
  109. An Unintended Consequence of CPOE Implementation: Shifts in Power, Control, and Autonomy.
  110. An analysis of electronic health record-related patient safety concerns
  111. An analysis of select issues for the use of electronic medical records and the patient-practitioner relationship within the society-culture-personality model
  112. An early look at rates of uninsured safety net clinic visits after the Affordable Care Act
  113. An electronic medical records system for clinical research and the EMR–EDC interface
  114. An examination of the financial feasibility of Electronic Medical Records (EMRs): a case study of tangible and intangible benefits
  115. An integrated approach to computer-based decision support at the point of care
  116. An interface-driven analysis of user interactions with an electronic health records system
  117. Analysis of a Probabilistic Record Linkage Technique without Human Review
  118. Analysis of the Security and Privacy Requirements of Cloud-Based Electronic Health Records Systems
  119. Analytic induction
  120. Anesthesia Information Management Systems (AIMS)
  121. Anonymization of data
  122. Antecedents of Clinical Information Technology Sophistication in Hospitals
  123. Antibiotic Stewardship
  124. Antivirus program
  125. Apple Watch
  126. Application of Project Management Concepts to Mitigate Time and Change Process Barriers to EHR Adoption
  127. Application service provider (ASP)
  128. Applied ontology
  129. Archie Cochrane
  130. Arden Syntax
  131. Are We Heeding the Warning Signs? Examining Providers’ Overrides of Computerized Drug-Drug Interaction Alerts in Primary Care
  132. Are three methods better than one
  133. Are three methods better than one? A comparative assessment of usability evaluation methods in an EHR
  134. Armed Forces Health Longitudinal Technology Application (AHLTA)
  135. Artemis
  136. Arthritis, Rheumatism, and Aging Medical Information System (ARAMIS)
  137. Article review on Medication-related clinical decision support in computerized provider order entry systems a review
  138. Artificial intelligence as applied to the diagnosis and management of epilepsy
  139. Assessing Data Quality in Manual Entry of Ventilator Settings
  140. Assessing Usage Patterns of Electronic Clinical Documentation Templates
  141. Assessing performance of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) using Cognitive Task Analysis
  142. Assessing performance of an Electronic Health Record (EHR) using Cognitive Task Analysis.
  143. Assessing the anticipated consequences of Computer-based Provider Order Entry at three community hospitals using an open-ended, semi-structured survey instrument
  144. Assessing the planning and implementation strategies for the ICD-10-CM/PCS coding transition in Alabama hospitals.
  145. Assessing the potential of national strategies for electronic health records for population health monitoring and research
  146. Assessment of electronic health record usability with undergraduate nursing students
  147. Assistant Secretary for Planning & Evaluation
  148. Athenahealth
  149. Attestation
  150. Attitudes and Perceptions of Pediatric Residents on Transitioning to CPOE
  151. Attitudes and perceptions of pediatric residents on transitioning to CPOE
  152. Audit trail
  153. Audit trails
  154. Authentication
  155. Authorization
  156. Automated Clinical Decision Support (CDS) using Pattern Recognition/Temporal Relationships
  157. Automated E&M coding
  158. Automated detection of physiologic deterioration in hospitalized patients
  159. Automated development of order sets and corollary orders by data mining in an ambulatory computerized physician order entry system
  160. Automated dispensing machines
  161. Automated electronic medical record sepsis detection in the emergency department
  162. Automated oxygen delivery system
  163. Autonomy
  164. Availability
  165. Avoiding fraud risks associated with EHRs
  166. Axium
  167. BMI537 template
  168. Backup
  169. Backup-main
  170. Barcode Patient Identification System
  171. Barcode medication administration
  172. Barcode symbology
  173. Barcoding in transfusion medicine
  174. Barriers Over Time to Full Implementation of Health Information Exchange in the United States
  175. Barriers and facilitators to the uptake of computerized clinical decision support systems in specialty hospitals: protocol for a qualitative cross-sectional study
  176. Barriers to EHR adoption
  177. Barriers to Home Telecare
  178. Barriers to the acceptance of electronic medical records by physicians from systematic review to taxonomy and interventions
  179. Barriers to widespread adoption of integrated personal health records
  180. Basic identity and access management capabilities
  181. Basic statistical concepts
  182. Beers Criteria
  183. Behavioral Health Order Sets in a Hybrid Information Environment
  184. Benefits of CPOE Implementation
  185. Benefits of Information Technology-Enabled Diabetes Management
  186. Benefits of Various types of Clinical Decision Support(CDS) Tools
  187. Benifits of Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Tools
  188. Benifits of Various types of Clinical Decision Support(CDS) Tools
  189. Best Care at Lower Cost
  190. Best Practices in EMR Implementation: A Systematic Review
  191. Better transitions: improving comprehension of discharge instructions
  192. Big Data
  193. Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K)
  194. BioBanking
  195. Bioinformatics
  196. Bioinformatics linkage of heterogeneous clinical and genomic information in support of personalized medicine
  197. Biomedical Informatics Research Network (BIRN)
  198. Biomedical text mining
  199. Biometrics
  200. Biosensor
  201. Black hat hacker
  202. Blacklisting
  203. Blockchain
  204. Blogposium Contributors
  205. Blue button
  206. Books
  207. Break Glass
  208. Breast cancer treatment across health care systems: linking electronic medical records and state registry data to enable outcomes research
  209. Bridging the gap: Leveraging business intelligence tools in support of patient safety and financial effectiveness
  210. Brigham Integrated Computing System (BICS)
  211. Buenos Aires Hospital Network EHR System
  212. Building a comprehensive clinical information system from components
  213. Business Associates
  214. Business continuity
  215. Business escrow
  216. Business intelligence
  217. CDISC
  218. CDM
  219. CDS
  220. CHAS-IBM
  221. CIDR
  222. CIRCLE: Clinical Informatics Research Collaborative
  223. CIS Integration with RIS & PACS
  224. CIS User Access Control Requirements
  225. CIT
  226. CMIO
  227. CMS-2319-P: Proposed HHS Rule on Providing Patients' Greater Access to Test Reports
  228. CPOE
  229. CPOE Common Mistakes
  230. CPOE in the NICU
  231. CPT
  232. CRIsystems
  233. CTAKES
  234. CT scan
  235. Can Utilizing a Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) System Prevent Hospital Medical Errors and Adverse Drug Events?
  236. Can Uttilizing a Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE) System Prevent Hospital Medical Errors and Adverse Drug Events
  237. Can computer-generated evidence-based care suggestions enhance evidence-based management of asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease? A randomized, controlled trial
  238. Can surveillance systems identify and avert adverse drug events? A prospective evaluation of a commercial application
  239. Capsule Technologie
  240. Care2x Integrated Healthcare Open Source Environment
  241. Care360
  242. Care Coordination
  243. Case control study
  244. Case report: activity diagrams for integrating electronic prescribing tools into clinical workflow
  245. Case study
  246. Case study: identifying potential problems at the human/technical interface in complex clinical systems
  247. Categories:Reviews
  248. Categorizing the unintended sociotechnical consequences of computerized provider order entry
  249. Caveats for the Use of Operational Electronic Health Record Data in Comparative Effectiveness Research
  250. Center for Clinical Computing (CCC)
  251. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
  252. Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS)
  253. Centricity EMR
  254. Cerner
  255. Certificates
  256. Certification Commission for Health Information Technology (CCHIT)
  257. Change management
  258. Changes in end-user satisfaction with Computerized Provider Order Entry over time among nurses and providers in intensive care units
  259. Characteristics and consequences of drug-allergy alert overrides
  260. Characteristics of data quality
  261. Characteristics of health IT outage and suggested risk management strategies: an analysis of historical incident reports in China
  262. Charles Safran
  263. ChartLogic EHR
  264. Chemotherapy prescribing errors: an observational study on the role of information technology and computerized physician order entry systems
  265. Chi-squared test
  266. Chief Nursing Informatics Officer
  267. Children's EHR Format Enhancement
  268. Children's Electronic Health Record Format
  269. China
  270. Chronic Disease Registries
  271. Chronic kidney disease
  272. Citation Needed
  273. Claims assessment to fund health infomation exchange
  274. Classification models for the prediction of clinicians' information needs
  275. ClearPractice
  276. Click frustration
  277. Clinfowiki To Do
  278. ClinicStation
  279. Clinical Applications of Machine Learning for Diagnosis
  280. Clinical Decision Support: A tool of the Hospital Trade
  281. Clinical Decision Support: Effectiveness in Improving Quality Processes and Clinical Outcomes and Factors That May Influence Success
  282. Clinical Decision Support: Strategies for Success
  283. Clinical Decision Support Mechanism (CDSM)
  284. Clinical Decision Support System and Incidence of Delirium in Cognitively Impaired Older Adults Transferred to Intensive Care
  285. Clinical Decision Support Systems (CDSS) for preventive management of COPD patients
  286. Clinical Decision Support Systems for the Practice of Evidence-based Medicine
  287. Clinical Decision Support and Appropriateness of Antimicrobial Prescribing – A Randomized Trial
  288. Clinical Decision Support for Drug-Drug Interactions: Improvement Needed
  289. Clinical Decision Support for Early Recognition of Sepsis
  290. Clinical Decision Support for Perioperative Information Management Systems
  291. Clinical Decision Support to Implement CYP2D6 Drug-Gene Interaction
  292. Clinical Decision Support using the HEART Pathway
  293. Clinical Document Architecture (CDA)
  294. Clinical Informatics Fellowship
  295. Clinical Informatics Outcomes Research Group. Inpatient verbal orders and the impact of computerized provider order entry
  296. Clinical Information Systems from Software Development Perspective
  297. Clinical Information Systems in Nursing Homes - An Evaluation of Initial Implementation Strategies
  298. Clinical Integration
  299. Clinical Quality Measures
  300. Clinical Reminder Redesign for Ambulatory Clinic Nurses
  301. Clinical Reminders from Beth Israel/Deaconess Medical Center
  302. Clinical Research Informatics and Electronic Health Record Data
  303. Clinical Social Work Informatics
  304. Clinical decision support: progress and opportunities
  305. Clinical decision support alert appropriateness: A review and proposal for improvement
  306. Clinical decision support improves physician guideline adherence for laboratory monitoring of chronic kidney disease: a matched cohort study
  307. Clinical decision support in electronic prescribing: recommendations and an action plan: report of the joint clinical decision support workgroup
  308. Clinical decision support in small community practice settings: a case study
  309. Clinical decision support liability
  310. Clinical decision support or genetically guided personalized medicine: a systematic review
  311. Clinical decision support programs can be risky business
  312. Clinical decision support system and incidence of delirium in cognitively impaired older adults transferred to intensive care
  313. Clinical decision support systems
  314. Clinical decision support systems: A discussion of quality, safety and legal liability issues
  315. Clinical decision support systems: Potential with pitfalls
  316. Clinical decision support systems and how critical care clinicians use them
  317. Clinical decision support systems for addressing information needs of physicians
  318. Clinical decision support systems use in Wisconsin
  319. Clinical guidelines
  320. Clinical research informatics
  321. Clinical trial registry
  322. Clinical workflow analysis
  323. Clinically Relevant Data Visualization
  324. Clinicial Decision Support in Obstetrics
  325. Clinicians satisfaction with CPOE ease of use and effect on clinicians' workflow, efficiency and medication safety.
  326. Co-mingled records
  327. Cognitive Analysis of a Highly Configurable Web 2.0 EHR Interface
  328. Cognitive Informatics
  329. Cognitive and usability engineering methods for the evaluation of clinical information systems
  330. Cognitive ethnography
  331. Combined U.S. Department of Defense / Veterans Affairs Initiatives
  332. Comchart EMR
  333. Common Corollary orders
  334. Common Data Element (CDE)
  335. Common Terminology Services
  336. Communicating discharge instructions to patients: a survey of nurse, intern, and hospitalist practices
  337. Communication outcomes of critical imaging results in a computerized notification system
  338. Communications with physicians and other providers
  339. Community Based Research Network: Opportunities for Coordination of Care, Public Health Surveillance, and Farmworker Research
  340. Community EHR Models
  341. Comparing Vendors
  342. Comparison of Computer-based Clinical Decision Support Systems and Content for Diabetes Mellitus
  343. Comparison of information technology in general practice in 10 countries
  344. Comparison of manual versus automated data collection method for an evidence-based nursing practice study
  345. Complementary Alternative Medicine
  346. Complementary methods of system usability evaluation: Surveys and observations during software design and development cycles
  347. Complementary methods of system usability evaluation: surveys and observations during software design and development cycles
  348. Composite Health Care System (CHCS)
  349. Comprehensive Analysis of a Medication Dosing Error Related to CPOE
  350. Comprehensive Health Enhancement Support System - CHESS
  351. Comprehensive analysis of a medication dosing error related to CPOE
  352. Comprehensive management of the access to the electronic patient record: Towards trans-institutional networks
  353. Computer-based decision support for pediatric asthma management: description and feasibility of the Stop Asthma Clinical System (SACS)
  354. Computer-based psychotherapy
  355. Computer Aided Detection
  356. Computer Aids in the Physician's Office
  357. Computer Decision Support as a Source of Interpretation Error: The Case of Electrocardiograms
  358. Computer Scribes for Physicians
  359. Computer Stored Ambulatory Record (COSTAR)
  360. Computer assisted coding (CAC)
  361. Computer physician order entry: benefits, costs, and issues.
  362. Computerised physician order entry-related medication errors: analysis of reported errors and vulnerability testing of current systems
  363. Computerised provider order entry combined with clinical decision support systems to improve medication safety
  364. Computerised provider order entry combined with clinical decision support systems to improve medication safety: a narrative review
  365. Computerized Clinical Decision Support: Will it Transform Healthcare?
  366. Computerized Patient Record System
  367. Computerized Physician Order Entry
  368. Computerized Physician Order Entry-realted Medication Errors: Analysis of Reported Errors and Vulnerability Testing of Current Systems
  369. Computerized Physician Order Entry - effectiveness and efficiency of electronic medication ordering with decision support systems
  370. Computerized Physician Order Entry and Electronic Medical Record Systems in Korean Teaching and General Hospitals: Results of a 2004 Survey
  371. Computerized Physician Order Entry with Clinical Decision Support in Long-Term Care Facilities: Costs and Benefits to Stakeholders
  372. Computerized Provider Order Entry Adoption: Implications for Clinical Workflow
  373. Computerized Provider Order Entry Reduces Length of Stay in a Community Hospital
  374. Computerized clinical decision support for prescribing: provision does not guarantee uptake
  375. Computerized clinical decision support improves warfarin management and decreases recurrent venous thromboembolism
  376. Computerized clinical decision support systems for chronic disease management
  377. Computerized physician order entry: promise, perils, and experience
  378. Computerized physician order entry with clinical decision support in the long-term care setting
  379. Computerized prescriber order entry in the outpatient oncology setting: from evidence to meaningful use
  380. Computerized provider order entry implementation: no association with increased mortality rates in an intensive care unit
  381. Computerized provider order entry in the clinical laboratory
  382. Computers can't listen--Algorithmic logic meets patient centeredness
  383. Confidential Social History
  384. Confidentiality
  385. Confidentiality, privacy, and security of genetic and genomic test information in electronic health records: points to consider
  386. Configuration Challenges: Implementing Translational Research Policies in Electronic Medical Records
  387. Confusion over meaning of "cervical mass" e.g., re: cervix or cervical vertebrae
  388. Considerations when using Document Imaging in an EHR
  389. Consumer health informatics
  390. Context, automated decision support, and clinical practice guidelines. Does the literature apply to the United States practice environment?
  391. Context management
  392. Contextual implemenation model
  393. Contingency Plan
  394. Contingency planning for electronic health record-based care continuity: a survey of recommended practices
  395. Contributed Income:
  396. Cookies
  397. Cooking up an open source EMR for developing countries: OpenMRS – a recipe for successful collaboration
  398. Copy and paste
  399. Coronary artery disease risk assessment from unstructured electronic health records using text mining
  400. Correlates of electronic health record adoption in office practices: a statewide survey
  401. Cost-Effectiveness of a Computerized Provider Order Entry System in Improving Medication Safety Ambulatory Care
  402. Cost-benefit analysis (CBA)
  403. Cost-effectiveness analysis
  404. Cost-effectiveness analysis of a hospital electronic medication management system
  405. Cost-effectiveness of a shared computerized decision support system for diabetes linked to electronic medical records
  406. Cost-effectiveness of an electronic medication ordering system (CPOE/CDSS) in hospitalized patients
  407. Cost-effectiveness of an electronic medicationordering system (CPOE/CDSS) in hospitalized patients
  408. Costs and benefits of health information technology
  409. Council on the Application of Health Information Technology (CAHIT)
  410. Covered Entities
  411. Covered entity
  412. Creating order sets
  413. Criteria for assessing high-priority drug-drug interactions for clinical decision support in electronic health records
  414. Criteria for creating new order sets
  415. Criteria for identifying appropriate candidates for Telemedicine follow-up care
  416. Critical Care Informatics
  417. Critical Incident Technique
  418. Critical result reporting
  419. 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
  420. Crowdsourcing
  421. Cryptographic Checksum
  422. Crystal Practice Management
  423. CureMD
  424. DHIS 2
  425. DICOM
  426. DIPS
  427. DRG
  428. DSS Inc.
  429. Dashboard
  430. Data-driven order set generation and evaluation in the pediatric environment.
  431. Data Analytics
  432. Data Breach
  433. Data Center Design for Healthcare Organizations
  434. Data Center Planning and Design Overview for Healthcare Organizations
  435. Data Center Recommendations
  436. Data Dictionary
  437. Data Governance
  438. Data Model to Enhance the Security and Privacy of Healthcare Data
  439. Data Retention
  440. Data Use Agreement
  441. Data Warehousing
  442. Data and Databases
  443. Data centric approach to CME
  444. Data collection in private practice and implementation with electronic medical records
  445. Data confidentiality
  446. Data integrity
  447. Data interchange standards in healthcare IT--computable semantic interoperability: now possible but still difficult, do we really need a better mousetrap?
  448. Data migration
  449. Data quality and clinical decision-making: do we trust machines blindly
  450. Data re-identification
  451. Data security
  452. Data warehouse
  453. Database size and power to detect safety signals in pharmacovigilance
  454. De-Identified Data
  455. Dealing with Patient Transfers
  456. Deaths Due To Medical Error
  457. Decision Support Service
  458. Decision Support in Psychiatry - a comparison between the diagnostic outcomes using a computerized decision support system versus manual diagnosis
  459. Decision support for health care: the PROforma evidence base
  460. Decision support in psychiatry
  461. Decision support not an exact science
  462. Decision time for clinical decision support systems
  463. Decreasing errors in pediatric continuous intravenous infusions
  464. Decrypting
  465. Default settings of computerized physician order entry system order sets drive ordering habits
  466. Definition natural language processing
  467. Delphi method
  468. Dental informatics
  469. Department of Education
  470. Department of Veterans Affairs Initiatives
  471. Describing and Modeling Workflow and Information Flow in Chronic Disease Care
  472. Design, Implementation and Evaluation of an Architecture based on the CDA R2 Document Repository to Provide Support to the Contingency Plan
  473. Design and development of a monitoring system
  474. Design and implementation of GRIP: a computerized glucose control system at a surgical intensive care unit
  475. Design and implementation of a comprehensive outpatient results manager
  476. Design and implementation of a privacy preserving electronic health record linkage tool in Chicago
  477. Design and usability study of an iconic user interface to ease information retrieval of medical guidelines
  478. Design of Decision Support Interventions for Medication Prescribing
  479. Design of a graphical and interactive interface for facilitating access to drug contraindications, cautions for use, interactions and adverse effects
  480. Designated record set
  481. Designing Real-time Decision Support for Trauma Resuscitations
  482. Designing a patient-centered personal health record to promote preventive care
  483. Designing an automated clinical decision support system to match clinical practice guidelines for opioid therapy for chronic pain
  484. Desktop virtualization
  485. Detection and characterization of usability problems in structured data entry interfaces in dentistry
  486. Detection and management of pornography-seeking in an online clinical dermatology atlas
  487. Detection and prevention of medication errors using real-time bedside nurse charting
  488. Detection of Adverse Mediation-Related Events
  489. Determining differences in user performance between expert and novice primary care doctors when using an electronic health record (EHR)
  490. Developing analytical inspection criteria for health IT personnel with minimum training in cognitive ergonomics A practical solution to EHR improving EHR usability
  491. Developing and evaluating an automated appendicitis risk stratification algorithm for pediatric patients in the emergency department
  492. Development, Validation and Deployment of a Real Time 30 Day Hospital Readmission Risk Assessment Tool in the Maine Healthcare Information Exchange
  493. Development and Implementation of Computerized Clinical Guidelines: Barriers and Solutions
  494. Development and Implementation of an Electronic Health Record Generated Surgical Handoff and Rounding Tool
  495. Development and evaluation of a comprehensive clinical decision support taxonomy: comparison of front-end tools in commercial and internally developed electronic health record systems
  496. Development and evaluation of nursing user interface screens using multiple methods
  497. Development and evaluation of web-based software to efficiently run enhanced recovery surgery
  498. Development and field testing of a self-assessment guide for computer-based provider order entry
  499. Development and field testing of a self-assessment guide for computer-based provider order entry.
  500. Development and use of active clinical decision support for preemptive pharmacogenomics

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