- AMIA 1999, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC, USA, November 6-10, 1999. AMIA 1999
- Robert H. Dolin, Liora Alschuler, Fred M. Behlen, Paul V. Biron, Sandy Boyer, Daniel J. Essin, Lloyd Harding, Tom Lincoln, John E. Mattison, Wes Rishel, Rachael Sokolowski, John Spinosa, Jason P. Williams:
HL7 document patient record architecture: an XML document architecture based on a shared information model.
- Padmini Srinivasan:
Exploring the UMLS: a rough sets based theoretical framework.
- Thomas D. East, Laura K. Heermann, Richard L. Bradshaw, Alejandra Lugo, R. Matthew Sailors, Lewis E. Ershler, Carrie J. Wallace, Alan H. Morris, Bruce A. McKinley, Alicia Marquez, Alan S. Tonnesen, Lee Parmley, William C. Shoemaker, Peter Meade, P. Thaut, T. Hill, Michael P. Young, J. Baughman, M. Olterman, Valerie J. Gooder, B. Quinn, W. Summer, Vincent G. Valentine, J. Carlson, K. Steinberg:
Efficacy of computerized decision support for mechanical ventilation: results of a prospective multi-center randomized trial.
- Michael J. Hauan:
JADE: computerization of a structured interview for childhood psychiatric diagnosis.
- Cheryl A. Reilly:
Examining the symptom experience of hospitalized patients using a pen-based computer.
- Annette M. Savage:
Framework for characterizing data and identifying anomalies in health care databases.
- Günter Tusch:
An optimization model for sequential decision-making applied to risk prediction after liver resection and transplantation.
- Steven H. Brown:
No free lunch: institutional preparations for computer-based patient records.
- Christopher Cimino:
Bringing a virtual library to a small group classroom.
- Evelyn J. S. Hovenga:
Using multi media to enhance a flexible learning program: lessons learned.
- Josette Jones:
Development of a self-assessment method for patients to evaluate health information on the Internet.
- Rolf E. Nikula:
Organizational and technological insight as important factors for successful implementation of IT.
- Thomas H. Payne:
The transition to automated practitioner order entry in a teaching hospital: the VA Puget Sound experience.