February 2005 Human-Centered Computing in Health Information Systems. Part 1:
Analysis and Design
- Jiajie Zhang:
Human-centered computing in health information systems Part 1: Analysis and design.
- Susan Rinkus, Muhammad F. Walji, Kathy A. Johnson-Throop, Jane T. Malin, James P. Turley, Jack W. Smith, Jiajie Zhang:
Human-centered design of a distributed knowledge management system.
- Christopher P. Nemeth, Mark Nunnally, Michael F. O'Connor, P. A. Klock, Richard I. Cook:
Getting to the point: developing IT for the sharp end of healthcare.
- Yan Xiao:
Artifacts and collaborative work in healthcare: methodological, theoretical, and technological implications of the tangible.
- Sameer Malhotra, Archana Laxmisan, Alla Keselman, Jiajie Zhang, Vimla L. Patel:
Designing the design phase of critical care devices: a cognitive approach.
- Alan F. Rose, Jeffrey L. Schnipper, Elyse R. Park, Eric G. Poon, Qi Li, Blackford Middleton:
Using qualitative studies to improve the usability of an EMR.
- George M. Samaras, Richard L. Horst:
A systems engineering perspective on the human-centered design of health information systems.
- Constance M. Johnson, Todd R. Johnson, Jiajie Zhang:
A user-centered framework for redesigning health care interfaces.
- Christian Baumgartner, Christian Böhm, Daniela Baumgartner:
Modelling of classification rules on metabolic patterns including machine learning and expert knowledge.
- David L. Buckeridge, Howard Burkom, Murray Campbell, William R. Hogan, Andrew W. Moore:
Algorithms for rapid outbreak detection: a research synthesis.
- Frank W. Hartel, Sherri de Coronado, Robert Dionne, Gilberto Fragoso, Jennifer Golbeck:
Modeling a description logic vocabulary for cancer research.
- Nancy Green:
A Bayesian network coding scheme for annotating biomedical information presented to genetic counseling clients.
- Sergey V. Pakhomov, James D. Buntrock, Christopher G. Chute:
Prospective recruitment of patients with congestive heart failure using an ad-hoc binary classifier.
- José F. Arocha, Dongwen Wang, Vimla L. Patel:
Identifying reasoning strategies in medical decision making: A methodological guide.
June 2005 Human-Centered Computing in Health Information Systems. Part 2:
- Jiajie Zhang:
Human-centered computing in health information systems: Part 2: Evaluation.
- Lisa Pizziferri, Anne F. Kittler, Lynn A. Volk, Melissa M. Honour, Sameer Gupta, Samuel J. Wang, Tiffany Wang, Margaret Lippincott, Qi Li, David W. Bates:
Primary care physician time utilization before and after implementation of an electronic health record: A time-motion study.
- Emily S. Patterson, Bradley N. Doebbeling, Constance H. Fung, Laura G. Militello, Shilo Anders, Steven M. Asch:
Identifying barriers to the effective use of clinical reminders: Bootstrapping multiple methods.
- Archana Laxmisan, Sameer Malhotra, Alla Keselman, Todd R. Johnson, Vimla L. Patel:
Decisions about critical events in device-related scenarios as a function of expertise.
- Gill Ginsburg:
Human factors engineering: A tool for medical device evaluation in hospital procurement decision-making.
- Ramesh Farzanfar, Sophie Frishkopf, Jeffrey P. Migneault, Robert H. Friedman:
Telephone-linked care for physical activity: A qualitative evaluation of the use patterns of an information technology program for patients.
- Madhu C. Reddy, David W. McDonald, Wanda Pratt, M. Michael Shabot:
Technology, work, and information flows: Lessons from the implementation of a wireless alert pager system.
- S. Blake Wachter, Boaz Markewitz, Robert Rose, Dwayne R. Westenskow:
Evaluation of a pulmonary graphical display in the medical intensive care unit: An observational study.
- Christelle Despont-Gros, Henning Müller, Christian Lovis:
Evaluating user interactions with clinical information systems: A model based on human-computer interaction models.
August 2005 Special Section:
- Leslie Lenert, Gregory J. Norman, Mark Mailhot, Kevin Patrick:
A framework for modeling health behavior protocols and their linkage to behavioral theory.
- George C. Scott, Ross D. Shachter:
Individualizing generic decision models using assessments as evidence.
- Laura Slaughter, Alla Keselman, André Kushniruk, Vimla L. Patel:
A framework for capturing the interactions between laypersons' understanding of disease, information gathering behaviors, and actions taken during an epidemic.
- Eneida A. Mendonça, Janet Haas, Lyudmila Shagina, Elaine Larson, Carol Friedman:
Extracting information on pneumonia in infants using natural language processing of radiology reports.
- Jason W. H. Wong, Hugh M. Cartwright:
Deterministic projection by growing cell structure networks for visualization of high-dimensionality datasets.
October 2005 Clinical Machine Learning
Special Issue Articles
- Gregory F. Cooper, Vijoy Abraham, Constantin F. Aliferis, John M. Aronis, Bruce G. Buchanan, Rich Caruana, Michael J. Fine, Janine E. Janosky, Gary Livingston, Tom M. Mitchell:
Predicting dire outcomes of patients with community acquired pneumonia.
- Michael E. Matheny, Lucila Ohno-Machado, Frederic S. Resnic:
Discrimination and calibration of mortality risk prediction models in interventional cardiology.
- Rosa Blanco, Iñaki Inza, Marisa Merino, Jorge Quiroga, Pedro Larrañaga:
Feature selection in Bayesian classifiers for the prognosis of survival of cirrhotic patients treated with TIPS.
- Stephan Dreiseitl, Alexandra Harbauer, Michael Binder, Harald Kittler:
Nomographic representation of logistic regression models: A case study using patient self-assessment data.
- Kelly H. Zou, Frederic S. Resnic, Ion-Florin Talos, Daniel Goldberg-Zimring, Jui G. Bhagwat, Steven Haker, Ron Kikinis, Ferenc A. Jolesz, Lucila Ohno-Machado:
A global goodness-of-fit test for receiver operating characteristic curve analysis via the bootstrap method.
Letter to the Editor
Copyright © Mon Nov 2 21:43:30 2009
by Michael Ley (email@example.com)
- Jie Xu, Haiyan Ge, Xiaolin Zhou, Jinglong Yan, Qiang Chi, Zhipeng Zhang:
Prediction of vascular tissue engineering results with artificial neural networks.
- Anni Coden, Sergey V. Pakhomov, Rie Kubota Ando, Patrick H. Duffy, Christopher G. Chute:
Domain-specific language models and lexicons for tagging.
- Federico Simmross-Wattenberg, Noemí Carranza-Herrezuelo, Cristina Palacios-Camarero, Pablo Casaseca-de-la-Higuera, Miguel Ángel Martín-Fernández, Santiago Aja-Fernández, Juan Ruiz-Alzola, Carl-Fredrik Westin, Carlos Alberola-López:
Group-Slicer: A collaborative extension of 3D-Slicer.
- Junbai Wang, Leo Wang-Kit Cheung, Jan Delabie:
New probabilistic graphical models for genetic regulatory networks studies.
- R. E. Abdel-Aal:
GMDH-based feature ranking and selection for improved classification of medical data.