Medical informatics research is a combination of information science, computers and healthcare delivery that looks for ways to improve methods of storing and retrieving information within a healthcare system. Better systems help to improve care by providing critical information to healthcare providers when needed in the care of patients.
J Gen Intern Med. [Epub ahead of print]
2016 Aug 4
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2016 Jul 13
Using electronic health record data to measure care quality for individuals with multiple chronic medical conditions.Bayliss EA, McQuillan DB, Ellis JL, Maciejewski ML, Zeng C, Barton MB, Boyd CM, Fortin M, Ling SM, Tai-Seale M, Ralston JD, Ritchie CS, Zulman DM.
J Am Geriatr Soc. doi: 10.1111/jgs.14248. [Epub ahead of print]
2016 Jul 7
Use of gene expression profiling and chemotherapy in early-stage breast cancer: a study of linked electronic medical records, cancer registry data, and genomic data across two health care systems.Afghahi A, Mathur M, Thompson CA, Mitani A, Rigdon J, Desai M, Yu PP, de Bruin MA, Seto T, Olson C, Kenkare P, Gomez SL, Das AK, Luft HS, Sledge GW Jr, Sing AP, Kurian AW.
J Oncol Pract. pii: JOPR009803. [Epub ahead of print]
2016 May 24
Balancing digital information-sharing and patient privacy when engaging families in the intensive care unit.Brown SM, Aboumatar HJ, Francis L, Halamka J, Rozenblum R, Rubin E, Sarnoff Lee B, Sugarman J, Turner K, Vorwaller M, Frosch DL; Privacy, Access, and Engagement Task Force of the Libretto Consortium of the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation.
J Am Med Inform Assoc. pii: ocv182. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocv182. [Epub ahead of print]
2016 Mar 16