JAMIA looks to the future amidst profound changes in the world of publishing
Use of statistical analysis in the biomedical informatics literature
Developing data content specifications for the Nationwide Health Information Network Trial Implementations
Improving newborn screening laboratory test ordering and result reporting using health information exchange
Computerized clinical decision support for prescribing
Development of an electronic public health case report using HL7 v2.5 to meet public health needs
Formulation of a model for automating infection surveillance
Quantifying clinical narrative redundancy in an electronic health record
Openness of patients' reporting with use of electronic records
Characteristics associated with Regional Health Information Organization viability
Physician attitudes toward health information exchange
Provider management strategies of abnormal test result alerts
The impact of computerized provider order entry on medication errors in a multispecialty group practice
Use of population health data to refine diagnostic decision-making for pertussis
The effects of hands-free communication device systems
Enhancing laboratory report contents to improve outpatient management of test results
Unintended errors with EHR-based result management
Transition from paper to electronic inpatient physician notes
Enhancing Friedman's “Fundamental Theorem of Biomedical Informatics”
The author's response
Reviewers for JAMIA volume 16