- AMIA 2001, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC, USA, November 3-7, 2001. AMIA 2001
- Alan R. Aronson:
Effective mapping of biomedical text to the UMLS Metathesaurus: the MetaMap program.
- Tim Benson:
Why British GPs use computers and hospital doctors do not.
- Elmer V. Bernstam:
- Olivier Bodenreider:
Circular hierarchical relationships in the UMLS: etiology, diagnosis, treatment, complications and prevention.
- James J. Cimino:
Battling Scylla and Charybdis: the search for redundancy and ambiguity in the 2001 UMLS metathesaurus.
- Phillip C. Gioia:
Quality improvement in pediatric well care with an electronic record.
- Stefan Gräber:
How to select a clinical information system.
- Nicholas R. Hardiker:
Mediating between nursing intervention terminology systems.
- Verle M. Harrop:
Virtual healthcare delivery: defined, modeled, and predictive barriers to implementation identified.
- Aleta Porcella:
Narrative notes in a nursing information system (NIS).
- Peter J. Porcelli:
An electronic documentation system increases diagnostic code capture for very low birth weight infants.
- Stephen C. Porter:
Patients as experts: a collaborative performance support system.
- Mark C. Rendina:
Patients following their echoes: the effect of telemedicine on institutional referral patterns.
- Stefan Schulz:
Bidirectional mereological reasoning in anatomical knowledge bases.