eTOC: ACI – Applied Clinical Informatics 2011;2(4) Four New Articles Available
Four new articles are now available for Volume 2(4) of the eJournal ACI – Applied Clinical Informatics – an official eJournal of IMIA and AMDIS. THIRTEEN articles are now available in total for this volume at www.aci-journal.org – the following are new articles added since the last eTOC of 01 December (http://wp.me/pvCUS-YU)
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.
Evaluation of the Pressure Ulcer Prevention Clinical Decision Report for Bedside Nurses in Acute Care Hospitals
A. Talsma (1), D. Tschannen (1), Y. Guo (2), J. Kazemi (3)
(1) University of Michigan, School of Nursing; (2) University of Michigan School of Public Health; (3) Center for Statistical Consultation and Research, University of Michigan
ACI 2011 2 4: 508-521
Response to Medication Dosing Alerts for Pediatric Inpatients Using a Computerized Provider Order Entry System
S. L. Perlman (1, 2), L. Fabrizio (2), S. H. Shaha (3, 4), S. K. Magid (5, 1)
(1) New York-Presbyterian Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York; (2) Department of Pediatrics, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, New York; (3) Eclipsys Corporation (now Allscripts), Atlanta, Georgia; (4) University of Utah, Salt Lake City, Utah; (5) Quality Research Center, Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, New York
ACI 2011 2 4: 522-533
Implementing SNOMED CT for Quality Reporting: Avoiding Pitfalls
G. Wade (1)
(1) Clinical Informatics Consulting, Atlanta, GA, USA
ACI 2011 2 4: 534-545
Introduction of Electronic Referral from Community Associated with More Timely Review by Secondary Services
J. Warren (1), S. White (1), Y. Gu (1), M. Pollock (1)
(1) National Institute for Health Innovation, The University of Auckland
ACI 2011 2 4: 546-564
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