Special online issue focusing on patients and caregivers
Patient-centered care, collaboration, communication, and coordination
Towards creating the perfect electronic prescription
Comparative outcome studies of clinical decision support software
Impact of clinical decision support preventing the use of QT-prolonging medications for patients at risk for torsade de pointes
Availability and quality of mobile health app privacy policies
Assessment of administrative claims data for public health reporting of Salmonella in Tennessee
Directing the public to evidence-based online content
Medical student awareness of and interest in clinical informatics
Capturing patient information at nursing shift changes
Multi-source development of an integrated model for family health history
Automatic abstraction of imaging observations with their characteristics from mammography reports
Quantifying care coordination using natural language processing and domain-specific ontology
Health information technology interventions enhance care completion, engagement in HIV care and treatment, and viral suppression among HIV-infected patients in publicly funded settings
The use of crowdsourcing for dietary self-monitoring
Birth of identity
The double-edged sword of electronic health records
Case-based reasoning using electronic health records efficiently identifies eligible patients for clinical trials
Automatic identification of methotrexate-induced liver toxicity in patients with rheumatoid arthritis from the electronic medical record
Assessing the role of a medication-indication resource in the treatment relation extraction from clinical text
Technology-mediated interventions for enhancing medication adherence
Reducing caregiver stress with internet-based interventions
Transforming consumer health informatics
Technical infrastructure implications of the patient work framework
Using realist reviews to understand how health IT works, for whom, and in what circumstances
Response to Randell et al. “Using realist reviews to understand how health IT works, for whom, and in what circumstances”
Paper versus EHR
Careful experiments advance the science of informatics