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Vishnu Mohan; Patricia Abbott; Shelby Acteson; Eta S. Berner; Corkey Devlin; William E. Hammond; Rita Kukafka; William Hersh
Design and evaluation of the ONC health information technology curriculum
George Hripcsak; Meryl Bloomrosen; Patti FlatelyBrennan; Christopher G. Chute; Jim Cimino; Don E. Detmer; Margo Edmunds; Peter J. Embi; Melissa M. Goldstein; William Ed Hammond; et al.
Health data use, stewardship, and governance: Ongoing gaps and challenges: A report from AMIA's 2012 health policy meeting
Rachel L. Richesson; Shelley A. Rusincovitch; Douglas Wixted; Bryan C. Batch; Mark N. Feinglos; Marie Lynn Miranda; W Ed Hammond; Robert M. Califf; Susan E. Spratt
A comparison of phenotype definitions for diabetes mellitus
Meredith Nahm; W. Ed Hammond
Data standard ≠ data quality
A. Geissbuhler; W.E. Hammond; A. Hasman; R. Hussein; R. Koppel; C.A. Kulikowski; V. Maojo; F. Martin-Sanchez; P.W. Moorman; L.A. Moura; et al.
Discussion of "biomedical informatics: We are what we publish"
Christopher P Danford; Monica M Horvath; W Edward Hammond; Jeffrey M Ferranti
Does access modality matter? Evaluation of validity in reusing clinical care data.
Rachel L. Richesson; W. Ed Hammond; Meredith Nahm; Douglas Wixted; Gregory E. Simon; Jennifer G. Robinson; Alan E. Bauck; Denise Cifelli; Michelle M. Smerek; John Dickerson; et al.
Electronic health records based phenotyping in next-generation clinical trials: A perspective from the NIH health care systems collaboratory
W. Ed Hammond; Christopher Bailey; Philippe Boucher; Mark Spohr; Patrick Whitaker
Connecting information to improve health
W.E. Hammond; Christopher Bailey; Philippe Boucher; Mark Spohr; Patrick Whitaker
Connecting information to improve health.
W. Ed Hammond
Interoperability - What's in a word?
William Ed Hammond
Seamless care: What is it; what is its value; what does it require; when might we get it?
Semantic interoperability: Issue of standardizing medical vocabularies
Meredith Nahm; Anita Walden; Brian McCourt; Karen Pieper; Emily Honeycutt; Carol D. Hamilton; Robert A. Harrington; Jane Diefenbach; Bron Kisler; Mead Walker; et al.
Standardising clinical data elements
William Edward Hammond; Charles Jaffe; Rebecca Daniels Kush
Healthcare standards development: The value of nurturing collaboration
Bernd Blobel; Catherine Chronaki; Robert Stegwee; Heather Grain; William E. Hammond; Charles Jaffe; Dipak Kalra; Marc Koehn; Francois Macary; Stefan Sabutsch; et al.
HL7's comprehensive standards set and its international collaboration for enabling semantically interoperable eHealth and pHealth solutions
Realizing the potential of Healthcare Information Technology to enhance global Health
Brian McCourt; Robert A. Harrington; Kathleen Fox; Carol Dukes Hamilton; Kimberly Booher; William E. Hammond; Anita Walden; Meredith Nahm
Data standards: At the intersection of sites, clinical research networks, and standards development initiatives
W. Ed Hammond; Brian McCourt
Making sense of standards
Charles Safran; Meryl Bloomrosen; W. Edward Hammond; Steven Labkoff; Suzanne Markel-Fox; Paul C. Tang; Don E. Detmer
Toward a National Framework for the Secondary Use of Health Data: An American Medical Informatics Association White Paper