Tailoring informatics interventions to patients and healthcare providers
Personal health record use for children and health care utilization
Evaluation of an electronic health record-supported obesity management protocol implemented in a community health center
Drug-drug interaction checking assisted by clinical decision support
Evaluating the impact of an integrated computer-based decision support with person-centered analytics for the management of asthma in primary care
Cost-effectiveness analysis of a hospital electronic medication management system
Parameterizing time in electronic health record studies
A web-based personally controlled health management system increases sexually transmitted infection screening rates in young people
A needs assessment of health information technology for improving care coordination in three leading patient-centered medical homes
Comparison of consumers’ views on electronic data sharing for healthcare and research
Nature and management of duplicate medication alerts
Challenges to the implementation of a nationwide electronic prescribing network in primary care
Leveraging health information technology to achieve the “triple aim” of healthcare reform
Readability of patient discharge instructions with and without the use of electronically available disease-specific templates
Associations between healthcare quality and use of electronic health record functions in ambulatory care
Risk prediction for chronic kidney disease progression using heterogeneous electronic health record data and time series analysis
Tailoring of alerts substantially reduces the alert burden in computerized clinical decision support for drugs that should be avoided in patients with renal disease
Disparities in registration and use of an online patient portal among older adults
Profiling phenome-wide associations
Graphical display of diagnostic test results in electronic health Records
Linking acknowledgement to action
Supporting health insurance expansion
Incorporating the patient’s voice into electronic health records through patient-reported outcomes as the “review of systems”
Implications for informatics given expanding access to care for Veterans and other populations
Informatics to support the IOM social and behavioral domains and measures
Clinical information modeling processes for semantic interoperability of electronic health records
Patients as first-order participants in health, health care, and research