AMIA 2001, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC, USA, November 3-7, 2001. AMIA 2001 Aneel A. Advani, Yuval Shahar, Mark A. Musen:
Medical quality assessment by scoring adherence to guideline intentions.
Abha Agrawal, Richard N. Shiffman:
Using GEM-encoded guidelines to generate medical logic modules.
Dominik Aronsky, Marcelo Fiszman, Wendy W. Chapman, Peter J. Haug:
Combining decision support methodologies to diagnose pneumonia.
Alan R. Aronson:
Effective mapping of biomedical text to the UMLS Metathesaurus: the MetaMap program.
Joan S. Ash, Jason A. Lyman, Jim Carpenter, Lara Fournier:
A diffusion of innovations model of physician order entry.
Nachman Ash, Omolola Ogunyemi, Qing T. Zeng, Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Finding appropriate clinical trials: evaluating encoded eligibility criteria with incomplete data.
P. Bansal, Dominik Aronsky, Douglas A. Talbert, Randolph A. Miller:
A computer based intervention on the appropriate use of arterial blood gas.
Robert H. Baud, Christian Lovis, Patrick Ruch, Anne-Marie Rassinoux:
A light knowledge model for linguistic applications.
Why British GPs use computers and hospital doctors do not.
Elmer V. Bernstam:
James M. Blum, J. Michael Kramer, Kevin B. Johnson:
The palm as a real-time wide-area data-access device.
Circular hierarchical relationships in the UMLS: etiology, diagnosis, treatment, complications and prevention.
Pierre-Yves Boëlle, F. Bonnet, Alain-Jacques Valleron:
An integrated system for significant anaesthetic events monitoring.
Kathryn H. Bowles, Tao Peng, Rongrong Qian, Mary D. Naylor:
Informatics application provides instant research to practice benefits.
Philip J. B. Brown, Lola Odusanya:
Does size matter?-Evaluation of value added content of two decades of successive coding schemes in secondary care.
Steven H. Brown, Shawn P. Hardenbrook, Linda Herrick, Judith St. Onge, Kent R. Bailey, Peter L. Elkin:
Usability evaluation of the progress note construction set.
Anita Burgun, Olivier Bodenreider:
Mapping the UMLS Semantic Network into general ontologies.
María Fernanda Cabrera-Umpiérrez, María Teresa Arredondo, Adrián Rodríguez Castro, J. Quiroga:
Mobile technologies in the management of disasters: the results of a telemedicine solution.
David A. Campbell, Stephen B. Johnson:
Comparing syntactic complexity in medical and non-medical corpora.
James D. Carpenter, Paul N. Gorman:
What's so special about medications: a pharmacist's observations from the POE study.
Aaron E. Carroll, Sunil Saluja, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch:
Development of a Personal Digital Assistant (PDA) based client/server NICU patient data and charting system.
Wendy W. Chapman, Will Bridewell, Paul Hanbury, Gregory F. Cooper, Bruce G. Buchanan:
Evaluation of negation phrases in narrative clinical reports.
Kei-Hoi Cheung, Aniruddha M. Deshpande, Nick P. Tosches, S. Nath, A. Agrawal, Perry L. Miller, Anuj Kumar, Michael Snyder:
A metadata framework for interoperating heterogeneous genome data using XML.
Bethany J. Cieslowski, David Wajngurt, James J. Cimino, Suzanne Bakken:
Integration of nursing assessment concepts into the medical entities dictionary using the LOINC semantic structure as a terminology model.
James J. Cimino:
Battling Scylla and Charybdis: the search for redundancy and ambiguity in the 2001 UMLS metathesaurus.
Rebecca S. Crowley, Gregory J. Naus, Charles P. Friedman:
Development of visual diagnostic expertise in pathology.
Amar K. Das, Mark A. Musen:
A formal method to resolve temporal mismatches in clinical databases.
George Demiris, Stuart M. Speedie, Stanley M. Finkelstein:
The nature of communication in virtual home care visits.
Robert H. Dolin, Kent A. Spackman, Alan Abilla, Carol M. Correia, Bruce Goldberg, Debra J. Konicek, Jonathan Lukoff, Cynthia B. Lundberg:
The SNOMED RT Procedure Model.
Stephan Dreiseitl, Staal A. Vinterbo, Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Disambiguation data: extracting information from anonymized sources.
Raymond G. Duncan, Dinah Saperia, Ronda Dulbandzhyan, M. Michael Shabot, Jeanette X. Polaschek, Douglas T. Jones:
Integrated web-based viewing and secure remote access to a clinical data repository and diverse clinical systems.
Jonathan S. Einbinder, Kenneth W. Scully:
Using a clinical data repository to estimate the frequency and costs of adverse drug events.
Peter L. Elkin, Alexander Ruggieri, Steven H. Brown, James D. Buntrock, Brent A. Bauer, Dietlind Wahner-Roedler, Scott Litin, Julie Beinborn, Kent R. Bailey, Larry Bergstrom:
A randomized controlled trial of the accuracy of clinical record retrieval using SNOMED-RT as compared with ICD9-CM.
Jeremy U. Espino, Michael M. Wagner:
Accuracy of ICD-9-coded chief complaints and diagnoses for the detection of acute respiratory illness.
Gunther Eysenbach, Christian Köhler, Gabriel Yihune, Kristian Lampe, Phil Cross, Dan Brickley:
A metadata vocabulary for self- and third-party labeling of health web-sites: Health Information Disclosure, Description and Evaluation Language (HIDDEL).
Sanjay K. Fernando, Cynthia Brandt, Prakash M. Nadkarni:
Generation of pedigree diagrams for web display using scalable vector graphics from a clinical trials database.
John Fox, Jonathan Bury, Michael Humber, Ali Rahmanzadeh, Richard Thomson:
Publets: clinical judgement on the web.
Roland Fried, Ursula Gather, Michael Imhoff:
Online pattern recognition in intensive care medicine.
Carol Friedman, Hongfang Liu, Lyudmila Shagina, Stephen B. Johnson, George Hripcsak:
Evaluating the UMLS as a source of lexical knowledge for medical language processing.
Cynthia S. Gadd, Louis E. Penrod:
Assessing physician attitudes regarding use of an outpatient EMR: a longitudinal, multi-practice study.
John H. Gennari, David Sklar, John S. Silva:
Cross-tool communication: from protocol authoring to eligibility determination.
Peter Gershkovich, Richard N. Shiffman:
An implementation framework for GEM encoded guidelines.
Phillip C. Gioia:
Quality improvement in pediatric well care with an electronic record.
Mary K. Goldstein, Brian B. Hoffman, Robert W. Coleman, Samson W. Tu, Ravi D. Shankar, Martin J. O'Connor, Susana B. Martins, Aneel A. Advani, Mark A. Musen:
Patient safety in guideline-based decision support for hypertension management: ATHENA DSS.
How to select a clinical information system.
K. Gwaltney, Christopher G. Chute, Douglas Hageman, Warren A. Kibbe, Kathleen A. McCormick, Dianne M. Reeves, Lawrence W. Wright:
An assessment of cancer clinical trials vocabulary and IT infrastructure in the U.S.
Udo Hahn, Martin Honeck, Michael Piotrowski, Stefan Schulz:
Subword segmentation-leveling out morphological variations for medical document retrieval.
Michael Halper, Zong Chen, James Geller, Yehoshua Perl:
A metaschema of the UMLS based on a partition of its semantic network.
Nicholas R. Hardiker:
Mediating between nursing intervention terminology systems.
Verle M. Harrop:
Virtual healthcare delivery: defined, modeled, and predictive barriers to implementation identified.
George E. Hatzakis, Christos M. Tsoukas:
Neural networks in the assessment of HIV immunopathology.
Daniel T. Heinze, Mark L. Morsch, John Holbrook:
Mining free-text medical records.
Simon Hölzer, Hanno Böttcher, Ralf Schweiger, J. Konetschny, Joachim Dudeck:
Presentation of problem-specific, text-based medical knowledge: XML and related technologies.
Anne Holbrook, Karim Keshavjee, Karl B. Langton, Sue Troyan, Susan Millar, Sonny Olantunji, Mike Pray, Rick Tytus, Peter T. Ford:
A critical pathway for electronic medical record selection.
Thomas K. Houston, Betty L. Chang, S. Scott Brown, Rita Kukafka:
Consumer health informatics: a consensus description and commentary from American Medical Informatics Association members.
Dereck L. Hunt, R. Brian Haynes, Douglas Morgan:
Using old technology to implement modern computer-aided decision support for primary diabetes care.
Rex M. Jakobovits, James F. Brinkley, Cornelius Rosse, Ed Weinberger:
Enabling clinicians, researchers, and educators to build custom web-based biomedical information systems.
Marie-Christine Jaulent, Céline Joyaux, Isabelle Colombet, Pierre Gillois, Patrice Degoulet, Gilles Chatellier:
Modeling uncertainty in computerized guidelines using fuzzy logic.
Robert A. Jenders, Anuj Shah:
Challenges in using the Arden Syntax for computer-based nosocomial infection surveillance.
Peter D. Johnson, Samson W. Tu, Mark A. Musen, Ian N. Purves:
A virtual medical record for guideline-based decision support.
Michel Joubert, Sylvain Aymard, Pascal Staccini, Marius Fieschi:
Designing and implementing medical web portals: spreading educational and research materials on the Internet.
Michael W. Kattan, Paul A. Fearn, Brian J. Miles:
Time trade-off utility modified to accommodate degenerative and life-threatening conditions.
Karim Keshavjee, Sue Troyan, Anne Marie Holbrook, D. VanderMolen:
Measuring the success of electronic medical record implementation using electronic and survey data.
Julia M. Kim, Paul Frosdick:
Description of a drug hierarchy in a concept-based reference terminology.
Won Kim, Alan R. Aronson, W. John Wilbur:
Automatic MeSH term assignment and quality assessment.
Judith L. Klavans, Smaranda Muresan:
Evaluation of the DEFINDER system for fully automatic glossary construction.
Sandra Kogan, Qing T. Zeng, Nachman Ash, Robert A. Greenes:
Problems and challenges in patient information retrieval: a descriptive study.
Michael Krall, Dean F. Sittig:
Subjective assessment of usefulness and appropriate presentation mode of alerts and reminders in the outpatient setting.
Michael Krauthammer, George Hripcsak:
A knowledge model for the interpretation and visualization of NLP-parsed discharged summaries.
Philip J. Kroth, Anne W. Belsito, J. Marc Overhage, Clement J. McDonald:
Bedside vital signs capture for the non-ICU setting-an open source, PC-based solution.
Caterina Lasome, Yan Xiao:
Large public display boards: a case study of an OR board and design implications.
Christel Le Bozec, Eric Zapletal, Patrice Degoulet, Marie-Christine Jaulent:
A consensus approach to maintain a knowledge based system in pathology.
Martha L. Lehman, John H. Brill, P. C. Skarulis, Dwaine Keller, Cindy Lee:
Physician Order Entry impact on drug turn-around times.
Leslie A. Lenert, Ann E. Sturley:
Acceptability of computerized visual analog scale, time trade-off and standard gamble rating methods in patients and the public.
Jian Li, Tze-Yun Leong:
PDL: a definition language for trend pattern representation and detection in medicine.
I. K. Lin, Bruce E. Bray, Jackie A. Smith, Linda L. Lange:
The feasibility of remote-controlled assistance as a search tool for patient education.
L. Lin, K. L. Poh, T. K. Lim:
Empirical treatment of chronic cough-a cost-effectiveness analysis.
Gilbert C. Liu, Jason G. Cooper, Katherine Schoeffler, W. Ed Hammond:
Standards for the electronic health record, emerging from health care's Tower of Babel.
Hongfang Liu, Yves A. Lussier, Carol Friedman:
A study of abbreviations in the UMLS.
David F. Lobach, Richard Low, Jennifer M. Arbanas, J. S. Rabold, Jacqueline L. Tatum, Susan D. Epstein:
Defining and supporting the diverse information needs of community-based care using the web and hand-held devices.
William B. Lober, Lisa J. Trigg, David Bliss, J. M. Brinkley:
IML: An image markup language.
Judith R. Logan, Paul N. Gorman, Blackford Middleton:
Measuring the quality of medical records: a method for comparing completeness and correctness of clinical encounter data.
Daniel R. Longo, Timothy B. Patrick, Robin Kruse:
The natural history of the use of healthcare information by women with breast cancer: a conceptual model.
Yves A. Lussier, Lyudmila Shagina, Carol Friedman:
Automating SNOMED coding using medical language understanding: a feasibility study.
Bradley A. Malin, Latanya Sweeney:
Re-identification of DNA through an automated linkage process.
B. Manning, Cynthia S. Gadd:
Introducing handheld computing into a residency program: preliminary results from qualitative and quantitative inquiry.
Alke Martens, Jochen Bernauer, Torsten Illmann, Alexander Seitz:
Docs 'n drugs-the virtual polyclinic: an intelligent tutoring system for web-based and case-oriented training in medicine.
Richard F. Martin, José L. V. Mejino Jr., Douglas M. Bowden, James F. Brinkley, Cornelius Rosse:
Foundational model of neuroanatomy: implications for the Human Brain Project.
Christopher G. Mast, Michael A. Caruso, Cynthia S. Gadd, Henry J. Lowe:
Evaluation of a filmless radiology pilot-a preliminary report.
Alexa T. McCray, Olivier Bodenreider, James D. Malley, Allen C. Browne:
Evaluating UMLS strings for natural language processing.
Lawrence K. McKnight, Peter D. Stetson, Suzanne Bakken, Christine Curran, James J. Cimino:
Perceived information needs and communication difficulties of inpatient physicians and nurses.
Eneida A. Mendonça, James J. Cimino, Stephen B. Johnson:
Using narrative reports to support a digital library.
Joshua Michael, José L. V. Mejino Jr., Cornelius Rosse:
The role of definitions in biomedical concept representation.
Craig A. Morioka, Daniel J. Valentino, Gary R. Duckwiler, Suzie El-Saden, Usha Sinha, Alex A. T. Bui, Hooshang Kangarloo:
Disease specific intelligent pre-fetch and hanging protocol for diagnostic neuroradiology workstations.
Peter Mork, Alon Y. Levy, Peter Tarczy-Hornoch:
A model for data integration systems of biomedical data applied to online genetic databases.
Jacqueline A. Moss, Yan Xiao, Siti Zubaidah:
The operating room charge nurse: coordinator and communicator.
Prakash M. Nadkarni, Luis N. Marenco:
Easing the transition between attribute-value databases and conventional databases for scientific data.
Larry A. Nathanson, Charles Safran, Seth McClennen, Ary L. Goldberger:
ECG Wave-Maven: a self-assessment program for students and clinicians.
Jonathan R. Nebeker, John F. Hurdle, Jennifer M. Hoffman, Beverly Roth, Charlene R. Weir, Matthew H. Samore:
Developing a taxonomy for research in adverse drug events: potholes and signposts.
Patrick R. Norris, Benoit M. Dawant:
Closing the loop in ICU decision support: physiologic event detection, alerts, and documentation.
Lucila Ohno-Machado, Staal A. Vinterbo, Stephan Dreiseitl:
Effects of data anonymization by cell suppression on descriptive statistics and predictive modeling performance.
Eduardo Ortiz, Gregg Meyer, Helen Burstin:
The role of clinical informatics in the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality's efforts to improve patient safety.
J. Marc Overhage, Alex M. Aisen, Michael Barnes, Mark Tucker, Clement J. McDonald:
Integration of radiographic images with an electronic medical record.
Judy G. Ozbolt, Gerard Brennan, I. Hatcher:
PathworX: an informatics tool for quality improvement.
Mor Peleg, Omolola Ogunyemi, Samson W. Tu, Aziz A. Boxwala, Qing T. Zeng, Robert A. Greenes, Edward H. Shortliffe:
Using features of Arden Syntax with object-oriented medical data models for guideline modeling.
Louis E. Penrod, Cynthia S. Gadd:
Attitudes of academic-based and community-based physicians regarding EMR use during outpatient encounters.
Andrew V. Poliakov, Evan Albright, David P. Corina, George A. Ojemann, Richard F. Martin, James F. Brinkley:
Server-based approach to web visualization of integrated 3-D medical image data.
Narrative notes in a nursing information system (NIS).
Peter J. Porcelli:
An electronic documentation system increases diagnostic code capture for very low birth weight infants.
Stephen C. Porter:
Patients as experts: a collaborative performance support system.
Mark C. Rendina:
Patients following their echoes: the effect of telemedicine on institutional referral patterns.
Alberto Riva, Isaac S. Kohane:
A web-based tool to retrieve human genome polymorphisms from public databases.
Martin Romacker, Udo Hahn:
Empirical data for the semantic interpretation of prepositional phrases in medical documents.
Patrick Ruch, Robert H. Baud, Antoine Geissbühler, Christian Lovis, Anne-Marie Rassinoux, Alain Rivière:
Looking back or looking all around: comparing two spell checking strategies for documents edition in an electronic patient record.
Alexander Ruggieri, Peter L. Elkin, Harold R. Solbrig, Christopher G. Chute:
Expression of a domain ontology model in unified modeling language for the World Health Organization International classification of impairment, disability, and handicap, version 2.
Jeremiah H. Sable, Shelly Nash, Amy Y. Wang:
Culling a clinical terminology: a systematic approach to identifying problematic content.
David L. Sanders, Randolph A. Miller:
The effects on clinician ordering patterns of a computerized decision support system for neuroradiology imaging studies.
Manish Sarkar, Tze-Yun Leong:
Fuzzy K-means clustering with missing values.
Tomohiro Sawa, Lucila Ohno-Machado:
Generation of dynamically configured check lists for intra-operative problems using a set of covering algorithms.
Gunther Schadow, Michael Barnes, Clement J. McDonald:
Representing and querying conceptual graphs with relational database management systems is possible.
Titus Schleyer, Layne Johnson:
Developing a protocol for an educational software competition.