3 edition of Proc Ann Symp Computer Appl Medical Care 1990 found in the catalog.
by Amer Medical Informaties Assn
Written in English
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Early tradition of service to the state and region. The Dana Medical Library traces its roots to , when one of the physician faculty members of the University of Vermont College of Medicine gave his medical book collection to the college for the purpose of starting a library .As a medical library in a public institution, the collections have always been open to the citizens of the state. Asthma and chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) are chronic diseases with a high prevalence and account for significant health care expenditures.1 Professional health care organizations disseminate paper-based guidelines, reflecting the “state of the art” in medical care.2,3 However, paper-based guidelines have had disappointingly little impact on physicians' behavior.4,5 Cited by:
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Haynes RB, McKibbon KA, Walker CJ, et al. Computer searching of the medical literature: Cited by: Planned Networking for Medical Information Systems. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care November In this book a database can be more than a collection of data, since.
Data Mining and Clinical Decision Support Systems Proc Ann Symp. Comp Appl Med Care Data Mining and Clinical Decision Support Systems Citations (31).
In the s the clinical data in medical records of patients in the United States were mostly recorded in a natural, English-language, textual form.
This was commonly done by physicians when Author: Morris F. Collen. Ledley, R.S. and Lusted, L.B. Reasoning foundation of medical diagnosis. Science (), Google Scholar Cross Ref; Ledley, R.S. and Luessenhop, A.J. Distinguishing drug toxicity syndromes from medical diseases: a QMR computer-based approach Proc.
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Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care, Haug PJ (). Uses of diagnostic expert systems in clinical care. Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care, Early tradition of service to the state and region. The Dana Medical Library traces its roots towhen one of the physician faculty members of the University of Vermont College of Medicine gave his medical book collection to the college for the purpose of starting a library .As a medical library in a public institution, the collections have always been open to the citizens of the by: 2.
Acknowledgments: The authors thank Emilee Wilhelm and Vandana Sundaram for their assistance preparing this manuscript. They also recognize the contributions of the Stanford University research librarians who helped them design their search strategies: Rikke Greenwald (Lane Medical Library), Ann Latta (Social Sciences Resource Center), Joan Loftus (U.S.
Government Documents Cited by: Guergana K Savova, James J Masanz, Philip V Ogren, Jiaping Zheng, Sunghwan Sohn, Karin C Kipper-Schuler, Christopher G Chute, Mayo clinical Text Analysis and Knowledge Extraction System (cTAKES): architecture, component evaluation and applications, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, Vol Issue 5, September Cited by: A tool for the computer-assisted creation of QMR medical knowledge base disease profiles.
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Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care ; Cited by: 8. Publications by Staff. CHSRA staff has published articles and manuscripts on various topics including quality improvement, health care reimbursement, long-term care, consumer information, drug utilization review, health crises and prevention, nursing homes, injury prevention, maternal and child health, mental health, substance abuse treatment, and sustainability.
1 INTRODUCTION. The computer science is able to help clinicians in the formulation of a diagnosis in order to make the correct decisions for therapeutic purposes and for the prediction of outcome, becoming an indispensable support for modern medicine to solve complex clinical problems too.
1 Among the most widely used IT tools in the medical field, there are the clinical decision support Author: Giovanni Improta, Valeria Mazzella, Donatella Vecchione, Stefania Santini, Maria Triassi. Vanderbilt Center for Better Health West End Blvd, Suite Nashville, TN.
Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care ; 6 Davis LS, Collen MF, Rubin L, Van Brunt EE. Computer-stored medical record. Comput Biomed Res ; May 1 (Suppl. 05) 7 Blum BI. Understanding computer basics.
MD Comput ; 1 (Suppl. 01) Cited by: 4 REGENSTRIEF MEDICAL INFORMATICS: EXPERIENCES WITH CLINICAL DECISION SUPPORT SYSTEMS PAUL BIONDICH, BURKE MAMLIN, WILLIAM TIERNEY, MARC OVERHAGE, and CLEMENT McDONALD INTRODUCTION The discipline of medical informatics endeavors to improve the process and outcomes of health care by enabling efficient access to by: Thomsen GE, Pope D, East T, et al.
Clinical performance of a rule-based decision support system for mechanical ventilation of ARDS patients. Proc Annu Symp Comput Appl Med Care.
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