Journal: Journal of Biomedical Informatics

Volume 38, Issue 6

0 -- 0Robert L. Wears. Response to commentaries on Koppel et al
417 -- 421Jie Xu, Haiyan Ge, Xiaolin Zhou, Jinglong Yan, Qiang Chi, Zhipeng Zhang. Prediction of vascular tissue engineering results with artificial neural networks
422 -- 430Anni Coden, Sergey V. Pakhomov, Rie Kubota Ando, Patrick H. Duffy, Christopher G. Chute. Domain-specific language models and lexicons for tagging
431 -- 442Federico Simmross-Wattenberg, Noemí Carranza-Herrezuelo, Cristina Palacios-Camarero, Pablo Casaseca-de-la-Higuera, Miguel Ángel Martín-Fernández, Santiago Aja-Fernández, Juan Ruiz-Alzola, Carl-Fredrik Westin, Carlos Alberola-López. Group-Slicer: A collaborative extension of 3D-Slicer
443 -- 455Junbai Wang, Leo Wang-Kit Cheung, Jan Delabie. New probabilistic graphical models for genetic regulatory networks studies
456 -- 468R. E. Abdel-Aal. GMDH-based feature ranking and selection for improved classification of medical data
469 -- 485Randolph A. Miller, Lemuel R. Waitman, Sutin Chen, S. Trent Rosenbloom. The anatomy of decision support during inpatient care provider order entry (CPOE): Empirical observations from a decade of CPOE experience at Vanderbilt

Volume 38, Issue 5

345 -- 346Lucila Ohno-Machado. Clinical machine learning
347 -- 366Gregory F. Cooper, Vijoy Abraham, Constantin F. Aliferis, John M. Aronis, Bruce G. Buchanan, Rich Caruana, Michael J. Fine, Janine E. Janosky, Gary Livingston, Tom M. Mitchell. Predicting dire outcomes of patients with community acquired pneumonia
367 -- 375Michael E. Matheny, Lucila Ohno-Machado, Frederic S. Resnic. Discrimination and calibration of mortality risk prediction models in interventional cardiology
376 -- 388Rosa Blanco, Iñaki Inza, Marisa Merino, Jorge Quiroga, Pedro Larrañaga. Feature selection in Bayesian classifiers for the prognosis of survival of cirrhotic patients treated with TIPS
389 -- 394Stephan Dreiseitl, Alexandra Harbauer, Michael Binder, Harald Kittler. Nomographic representation of logistic regression models: A case study using patient self-assessment data
395 -- 403Kelly H. Zou, Frederic S. Resnic, Ion-Florin Talos, Daniel Goldberg-Zimring, Jui G. Bhagwat, Steven Haker, Ron Kikinis, Ferenc A. Jolesz, Lucila Ohno-Machado. A global goodness-of-fit test for receiver operating characteristic curve analysis via the bootstrap method
404 -- 415Thomas A. Lasko, Jui G. Bhagwat, Kelly H. Zou, Lucila Ohno-Machado. The use of receiver operating characteristic curves in biomedical informatics

Volume 38, Issue 4

257 -- 258Edward H. Shortliffe. CPOE and the facilitation of medication errors
259 -- 261David W. Bates. Computerized physician order entry and medication errors: Finding a balance
262 -- 263Christopher P. Nemeth, Richard Cook. Hiding in plain sight: What Koppel et al. tell us about healthcare IT
264 -- 266Jan Horsky, Jiajie Zhang, Vimla L. Patel. To err is not entirely human: Complex technology and user cognition
267 -- 269Ross Koppel, A. Russell Localio, Abigail Cohen, Brian L. Strom. Neither panacea nor black box: Responding to three ::::Journal of Biomedical Informatics:::: papers on computerized physician order entry systems
270 -- 280Leslie Lenert, Gregory J. Norman, Mark Mailhot, Kevin Patrick. A framework for modeling health behavior protocols and their linkage to behavioral theory
281 -- 297George C. Scott, Ross D. Shachter. Individualizing generic decision models using assessments as evidence
298 -- 313Laura Slaughter, Alla Keselman, André Kushniruk, Vimla L. Patel. A framework for capturing the interactions between laypersons understanding of disease, information gathering behaviors, and actions taken during an epidemic
314 -- 321Eneida A. Mendonça, Janet Haas, Lyudmila Shagina, Elaine Larson, Carol Friedman. Extracting information on pneumonia in infants using natural language processing of radiology reports
322 -- 330Jason W. H. Wong, Hugh M. Cartwright. Deterministic projection by growing cell structure networks for visualization of high-dimensionality datasets
331 -- 344Alla Keselman, Laura Slaughter, Vimla L. Patel. Toward a framework for understanding lay public s comprehension of disaster and bioterrorism information

Volume 38, Issue 3

173 -- 175Jiajie Zhang. Human-centered computing in health information systems: Part 2: Evaluation
176 -- 188Lisa Pizziferri, Anne F. Kittler, Lynn A. Volk, Melissa M. Honour, Sameer Gupta, Samuel J. Wang, Tiffany Wang, Margaret Lippincott, Qi Li, David W. Bates. Primary care physician time utilization before and after implementation of an electronic health record: A time-motion study
189 -- 199Emily S. Patterson, Bradley N. Doebbeling, Constance H. Fung, Laura Militello, Shilo Anders, Steven M. Asch. Identifying barriers to the effective use of clinical reminders: Bootstrapping multiple methods
200 -- 212Archana Laxmisan, Sameer Malhotra, Alla Keselman, Todd R. Johnson, Vimla L. Patel. Decisions about critical events in device-related scenarios as a function of expertise
213 -- 219Gill Ginsburg. Human factors engineering: A tool for medical device evaluation in hospital procurement decision-making
220 -- 228Ramesh Farzanfar, Sophie Frishkopf, Jeffrey P. Migneault, Robert Friedman. Telephone-linked care for physical activity: A qualitative evaluation of the use patterns of an information technology program for patients
229 -- 238Madhu C. Reddy, David W. McDonald, Wanda Pratt, M. Michael Shabot. Technology, work, and information flows: Lessons from the implementation of a wireless alert pager system
239 -- 243S. Blake Wachter, Boaz Markewitz, Robert Rose, Dwayne R. Westenskow. Evaluation of a pulmonary graphical display in the medical intensive care unit: An observational study
244 -- 255Christelle Despont-Gros, Henning Müller, Christian Lovis. Evaluating user interactions with clinical information systems: A model based on human-computer interaction models

Volume 38, Issue 2

89 -- 98Christian Baumgartner, Christian Böhm, Daniela Baumgartner. Modelling of classification rules on metabolic patterns including machine learning and expert knowledge
99 -- 113David L. Buckeridge, Howard Burkom, Murray Campbell, William R. Hogan, Andrew W. Moore. Algorithms for rapid outbreak detection: a research synthesis
114 -- 129Frank W. Hartel, Sherri de Coronado, Robert Dionne, Gilberto Fragoso, Jennifer Golbeck. Modeling a description logic vocabulary for cancer research
130 -- 144Nancy Green. A Bayesian network coding scheme for annotating biomedical information presented to genetic counseling clients
145 -- 153Sergey V. Pakhomov, James D. Buntrock, Christopher G. Chute. Prospective recruitment of patients with congestive heart failure using an ad-hoc binary classifier
154 -- 171José F. Arocha, Dongwen Wang, Vimla L. Patel. Identifying reasoning strategies in medical decision making: A methodological guide

Volume 38, Issue 1

1 -- 3Jiajie Zhang. Human-centered computing in health information systems Part 1: Analysis and design
4 -- 17Susan Rinkus, Muhammad F. Walji, Kathy A. Johnson-Throop, Jane T. Malin, James P. Turley, Jack W. Smith, Jiajie Zhang. Human-centered design of a distributed knowledge management system
18 -- 25Christopher P. Nemeth, M. Nunnally, M. O Connor, P. A. Klock, R. I. Cook. Getting to the point: developing IT for the sharp end of healthcare
26 -- 33Yan Xiao. Artifacts and collaborative work in healthcare: methodological, theoretical, and technological implications of the tangible
34 -- 50Sameer Malhotra, Archana Laxmisan, Alla Keselman, Jiajie Zhang, Vimla L. Patel. Designing the design phase of critical care devices: a cognitive approach
51 -- 60Alan F. Rose, Jeffrey L. Schnipper, Elyse R. Park, Eric G. Poon, Qi Li, Blackford Middleton. Using qualitative studies to improve the usability of an EMR
61 -- 74George M. Samaras, Richard L. Horst. A systems engineering perspective on the human-centered design of health information systems
75 -- 87Constance M. Johnson, Todd R. Johnson, Jiajie Zhang. A user-centered framework for redesigning health care interfaces