- AMIA 1998, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Lake Buena Vista, FL, USA, November 7-11, 1998. AMIA 1998
- Don E. Detmer:
Health and the National Information Infrastructure.
- Edward H. Shortliffe:
The next generation Internet and health care: a civics lesson for the informatics community.
- Jonathan M. Teich:
Clinical information systems for integrated healthcare networks.
- William R. Hersh:
Information retrieval at the millenium.
- Mark A. Musen:
Modern architectures for intelligent systems: reusable ontologies and problem-solving methods.
- Russ B. Altman:
Bioinformatics in support of molecular medicine.
- Stanley M. Huff:
Clinical data exchange standards and vocabularies for messages.
- Christopher G. Chute:
The Copernican era of healthcare terminology: a re-centering of health information systems.
- Mark C. Rendina:
The effect of telemedicine on neonatal intensive care unit length of stay in very low birthweight infants.
- James R. Campbell:
Strategies for problem list implementation in a complex clinical enterprise.
- Douglas B. Fridsma:
Representing the work of medical protocols for organizational simulation.
- Charlene R. Weir:
Linking information needs with evaluation: the role of task identification.
- Cornelia M. Ruland:
Improving patient outcomes by including patient preferences in nursing care.
- Christopher Cimino:
The dependence of educational infrastructure on clinical infrastructure.
- Shusaku Tsumoto:
Automated knowledge acquisition from clinical databases based on rough sets and attribute-oriented generalization.
- Robert Patterson:
A computerized reminder for prophylaxis of deep vein thrombosis in surgical patients.