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AbstractObjective: To use routine data from a comprehensive electronic medical record system to predict death among patients with reactive airways disease.Design: Retrospective cohort study conducted in an academic primary care internal medicine practice. Subjects were 1,536 adults with reactive...
AbstractAs in other areas of society, the Internet and the World Wide Web are becoming important topics in medical informatics. This is evident from the recent American Medical Informatics Association's 1996 Annual Fall Symposium, where the theme was “Beyond the Superhighway: Exploiting the...
AbstractClinical decision making is driven by information in the form of patient data and clinical knowledge. Currently prevalent systems used to store and retrieve this information have high failure rates, which can be traced to well-established system constraints. The authors use an industrial...
AbstractUnited States health care is engaged in an ambitious project to make its clinical and administrative records “100% electronic.” Substantial benefits are expected in both clinical care delivery and medical research (especially for public health surveillance and outcomes/effectiveness...
AbstractObjective: To explore the informatic requirements in the home care of chronically ill patients.Design: A number of strategies were deployed to help evoke a picture of home care informatics needs: A detailed questionnaire evaluating informational needs and assessing programmable...
AbstractObjective: Develop the methodological foundation for interactive use of Markov process decision models by patients and physicians at the bedside.Design: Monte Carlo simulation studies of a decision model comparing two treatments for benign prostatic hypertrophy: watchful waiting (WW) and...
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