JAMIA Webinar - 2013

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March 2013, JAMIA Webinar. Presenter: Griffin Weber,MD. CIO of Harvard Medical School

Identifying clinical/translational research cohorts: ascertainment via querying an integrated multi-source database

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Identifying clinical/translational research cohorts: ascertainment via querying an integrated multi-source database

Feb-2013 JAMIA Webinar (UCSD, Division of Biomedical Informatics)

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Clinical Decision Support for Genetically Guided Personalized Medicine: a Systematic Review

Building Public Trust in Uses of HIPAA De-Identified Date

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The aim is to build public trust. Without privacy protection, people will aboid having their data shared. Their goal is to identify which concerns are "real" and begin discussion on how to resolve those concerns.

AMIA Board White Paper on Biomedical Informatics Definition and Core Competencies

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Abstract The AMIA biomedical informatics (BMI) core competencies have been designed to support and guide graduate education in BMI, the core scientific discipline underlying the breadth of the field's research, practice, and education. The core definition of BMI adopted by AMIA specifies that BMI is ‘the interdisciplinary field that studies and pursues the effective uses of biomedical data, information, and knowledge for scientific inquiry, problem solving and decision making, motivated...

Probability of an Algorithm to Identify Rheumatoid Arthritis in Electronic Health Records

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Abstract Objectives: Electronic health record (EHR) can allow for the generation of large cohort of individuals with given diseases for clinical and genomic research. A rate-limiting step is the development of electronic phenotype selection algorithms to find such cohorts. This study evaluated the portability of a published phenotype algorithm to identify rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients from HER records at three institutions with different EHR systems. Material and Methods: Physicians...