Volume 3(2) of the eJournal ACI – Applied Clinical Informatics – an official eJournal of IMIA and AMDIS – has now started – see http://aci.schattauer.de/en/contents/current-issue.html
UPDATE of 21 June: SEVEN new articles are available (including one case report as free download). The first two articles are referenced in an earlier post at http://wp.me/pvCUS-1c7
In addition, the ACI News items are updated every Wednesday. All articles from Volume 0 (2009) and Volume 1(1) (2010), and some from other issues, are available as free downloads.
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Rapid Implementation of Inpatient Electronic Physician Documentation at an Academic Hospital
J. S. Hahn (1, 2, 3), J. A. Bernstein (3), R. B. McKenzie (3), B. J. King (1), C. A. Longhurst (1, 3)
(1) Information Services, Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital, Palo Alto, CA, USA; (2) Department of Neurology, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA; (3) Department of Pediatrics, Stanford University School of Medicine, Stanford, CA, USA
ACI 2012 3 2: 175-185
Associations between the concurrent use of clinical decision support and computerized provider order entry and the rates of appropriate prescribing at discharge
M. E. Patterson (1), P. A. Marken (1), S. D. Simon (2), J. L. Hackman (3), R. S Schaefer (4)
(1) Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Pharmacy, Kansas City, Missouri 64108; (2) Department of Biomedical and Health Informatics, University of Missouri-Kansas City-School of Medicine, Kansas City, Missouri 64108; (3) University of Missouri-Kansas City School of Medicine / Truman Medical Center; (4) Kansas City Veteran’s Administration Medical Center, Kansas City, MO 64128
ACI 2012 3 2: 186-196
Health Information Exchange and Ambulatory Quality of Care
L. M. Kern (1, 2, 3), Y. Barrón (1, 3), R. V. Dhopeshwarkar (3, 4), R. Kaushal (1, 2, 3, 4, 5)
(1) Department of Public Health, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY.; (2) Department of Medicine, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY.; (3) Health Information Technology Evaluation Collaborative, New York, NY.; (4) Department of Pediatrics, Weill Cornell Medical College, New York, NY.; (5) New York-Presbyterian Hospital, New York, NY.
ACI 2012 3 2: 197-209
For further information on this peer-reviewed eJournal, go to www.aci-journal.org
Further materials of interest from the same publishers are to be found in the journal Methods of Information on Medicine and in the IMIA Yearbook of Medical Informatics.
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The NextMed / MMVR20 (Medicine Meets Virtual Reality) conference Call for Presentations is now open. The Organizing Committee invites papers, posters, and independent sessions such as workshops and panels. The submission deadline is Sunday, July 15, 2012.
Submission guidelines are at http://www.nextmed.com/mmvr_overview.html Please contact [mmvr20-at-nextmed-dot-com] with any questions.
The NextMed / MMVR20 conference will be held on February 20-23, 2013 at the San Diego Marriott Mission Valley Hotel, CA, USA – see http://www.NextMed.com For 2013, the conference returns to San Diego, where “Medicine Meets Virtual Reality” began in June 1992. Participants in NextMed / MMVR20 can look forward to a special gathering that acknowledges two decades of vision and innovation.
Since 1992, this conference has served as an engaging forum for researchers utilizing informatics and related technologies to improve patient diagnosis and therapy, and medical education and procedural training. It addresses a broad range of topics, including:Biomedical simulation, modeling, and rendering; Data visualization and fusion; Imaging devices and methods; Robotics; Haptics; Sensors and sensor grids; Human-computer interfaces; Medical intelligence networks; Mobile health applications; Projection systems; Virtual and augmented reality; Learning and technology; Plasma medicine; Simulator design and validation; Surgical registration and navigation; Psychotherapy tools; Physical rehabilitation tools; Remote and battlefield care; Serious games; Wearable and implantable electronics; Patient and public health monitoring and education.
NextMed / MMVR20 welcomes scientists, physicians, engineers, educators, students, military, industry, psychologists, designers, futurists, and others who are working to create healthcare’s future.
IOS Press publishes the proceedings in its Studies in Health Technology and Informatics series. Prior years’ volumes are available via http://www.nextmed.com/mmvr_proceedings.html