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Internet Use, Browsing, and the Urban Poor: Implications for Cancer Control

K. Viswanath, Rachel McCloud, Sara Minsky, Elaine Puleo, Emily Kontos, Cabral Bigman-Galimore, Rima Rudd, Karen M. Emmons
2013 Journal of the National Cancer Institute. Monographs  
We report on a randomized controlled trial that sheds light on the Internet use and browsing patterns among the urban poor.  ...  Despite the growing penetration of the Internet, little is known about the usage and browsing patterns of those in poverty.  ...  on their detailed usage, and how to best optimize these resources for the underserved, remain (7) .  ... 
doi:10.1093/jncimonographs/lgt029 pmid:24395992 pmcid:PMC3881997 fatcat:bxkueqd6wnhutcjeis67mlaggi

INTELLIGENT RESOURCE ALLOCATION MODEL IN HEALTHCARE: A SOLUTION FOR DISTRIBUTED SYSTEMS IN PEDIATRIC PATIENTS' REFERRAL. A STRUCTURED REVIEW

Maurine Awuor Onyango, Joshua Agola, Samuel Liyala
2022 International Journal of Research Publications  
However, there have been limited published research on this subject from the perspective of resource allocation especially in line with providing a solution to pediatric patients' referral.  ...  parameters (SI methods models); and outcome characteristics, including patient, practitioner, and health-care system impacts.  ...  Depending on task styles and user requirements, it is often hard to assign resources.  ... 
doi:10.47119/ijrp100991420223103 fatcat:dl5lkzaftngadhigzb3tin266e

Medical Training to Achieve Competency in Lifestyle Counseling: An Essential Foundation for Prevention and Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases and Other Chronic Medical Conditions: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association

Marie-France Hivert, Ross Arena, Daniel E. Forman, Penny M. Kris-Etherton, Patrick E. McBride, Russell R. Pate, Bonnie Spring, Jennifer Trilk, Linda V. Van Horn, William E. Kraus
2016 Circulation  
act on to optimize healthy lifestyle improvements.  ...  excellent resource for medical students, residents, and practicing physicians.  ...  of the writing group are required to complete and submit.  ... 
doi:10.1161/cir.0000000000000442 pmid:27601568 fatcat:c2kfy3tndngqpjkjetqz5576nm

Teaching through social media

Helena Prior Filipe, Heather Gwen Mack
2019 Annals of Eye Science  
their clinical practice and their patients' outcomes.  ...  Internet-based technologies have wide reach and offer  ...  and concluded that further studies are necessary to examine the impact SM on physicians' knowledge, attitudes, skills, and behaviors in practice (49) .  ... 
doi:10.21037/aes.2019.07.02 fatcat:nxj4dkcdanbu7hr63bzne6tgn4

Client-server, Distributed Database Strategies in a Health-care Record System for a Homeless Population

H. C. Chueh, G. O. Barnett
1994 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
Obiective: To design and develop a computer-based health-care 'record system to address the needs of the patients and providers of a homeless population.  ...  Information on 129 patient encounters from 37 unique sites has been entered. A full client-server system has been designed.  ...  Special thanks to Dyan Blewett, Judy Piggins, Mitch Feldman, and Laurie Hassan for their assistance, and to Dr. Robert Jenders for his editorial comments.  ... 
doi:10.1136/jamia.1994.95236148 pmid:7719799 pmcid:PMC116196 fatcat:psb7ky5xjvgwxckbdwpz5v7bnq

Developing Informatics Tools and Strategies for Consumer-centered Health Communication

A. Keselman, R. Logan, C. A. Smith, G. Leroy, Q. Zeng-Treitler
2008 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
A b s t r a c t As the emphasis on individuals' active partnership in health care grows, so does the public's need for effective, comprehensible consumer health resources.  ...  The authors' recommendations emphasize the need for drawing upon communication and social science theories of information behavior, reaching out to consumers via a range of traditional and novel formats  ...  For instance, MedlinePlus.gov and WebMD received top rankings by Alexa Web Information Company based on visits in the health category (October 2007, www.alexa.com).  ... 
doi:10.1197/jamia.m2744 pmid:18436895 pmcid:PMC2442255 fatcat:p6occpfnizhunhzakcg2uxki24

A Natural Language Processing Approach to Automated Highlighting of New Information in Clinical Notes

Yu-Hsiang Su, Ching-Ping Chao, Ling-Chien Hung, Sheng-Feng Sung, Pei-Ju Lee
2020 Applied Sciences  
New information in longitudinal clinical notes was identified based on a bigram language model.  ...  A two-stage cross-over user experiment was conducted to evaluate the impact of highlighting of new information on task demands, task performance, and perceived workload.  ...  Despite the many deficits in notes written using copy-and-paste, approximately 80% of physicians agreed that copy-and-paste behaviors should continue [12] considering that almost half of their work time  ... 
doi:10.3390/app10082824 doaj:c2f168584f1143d8b092a88ab8996d1c fatcat:wajnwcio7bdfjknbpd75hazauy

Dynamic software design for clinical exome and genome analyses: insights from bioinformaticians, clinical geneticists, and genetic counselors

Casper Shyr, Andre Kushniruk, Clara D.M. van Karnebeek, Wyeth W. Wasserman
2015 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
in distinct domains on optimal clinical genomics user interfaces.  ...  ), genetic counselors (n ¼ 5), and general physicians (n ¼ 4).  ...  (TIDEX) (www. tidebc.org) team for supplying the data and advising on various aspects of clinical DNA sequencing analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1093/jamia/ocv053 pmid:26117142 pmcid:PMC4784553 fatcat:6moa6v3yszew5purfv6hdaxpga

Answering Clinical Questions with Knowledge-Based and Statistical Techniques

Dina Demner-Fushman, Jimmy Lin
2007 Computational Linguistics  
We describe three separate evaluations: one focused on the accuracy of the knowledge extractors, one conceptualized as a document reranking task, and finally, an evaluation of answers by two physicians  ...  Starting with an initial list of citations retrieved by PubMed, our system can bring relevant abstracts into higher ranking positions, and from these abstracts generate responses that directly answer physicians  ...  Department of Energy and the National Library of Medicine. For this work, J.  ... 
doi:10.1162/coli.2007.33.1.63 fatcat:xu375kc7mbapfkdkuxudfqjncq

Smart applications to track and record physical activity: implications for obesity treatment

Siew Sun Wong, Yu Meng, Nobuko Hongu, Paul Loprinzi
2014 Smart Homecare Technology and TeleHealth  
drive the app cost, peak rank, or gross sales; and 3) to what extent are evidence-based weight loss recommendations used in PA apps?  ...  The quality of PA apps on the market will improve through innovative support from the government, industry, and academia.  ...  patients at home and in assisted living centers to optimize healthcare and management resources.  ... 
doi:10.2147/shtt.s41484 fatcat:7qmrn5dqfrabrbnov7dsat4o4u

User-Centered Design and Usability Testing of an Innovative Health-Related Quality of Life Module

M. Jordan, J. Quitoriano, C.A. Ciro, J.W. Mold, Z. J. Nagykaldi
2014 Applied Clinical Informatics  
process that collects information on patient goals for meaningful life activities and current level of disability and presents a personalized and prioritized list of preventive recommendations linked  ...  to online resources.  ...  2) in 2013 and 2014 to participate in the study as research assistants.  ... 
doi:10.4338/aci-2014-08-ra-0067 pmid:25589910 pmcid:PMC4287674 fatcat:fmsndadghfgwjmo45kgvsjb6ge

Machine learning-based ABA treatment recommendation and personalization for autism spectrum disorder: an exploratory study

Manu Kohli, Arpan Kumar Kar, Anjali Bangalore, Prathosh AP
2022 Brain Informatics  
AbstractAutism spectrum is a brain development condition that impairs an individual's capacity to communicate socially and manifests through strict routines and obsessive–compulsive behavior.  ...  The patient similarity and collaborative filtering methods predicted ABA treatment with an average accuracy of 81–84%, with a normalized discounted cumulative gain of 79–81% (NDCG) compared to clinician-prepared  ...  Ltd. for their contribution to collecting and maintaining the digital therapy data of study participants.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40708-022-00164-6 pmid:35879626 pmcid:PMC9311349 fatcat:o3wlduvqcfcl7esyvnlxzx65u4

Collaborative information synthesis II: Recommendations for information systems to support synthesis activities

Catherine Blake, Wanda Pratt
2006 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
One activity that consumes much of a scientist's time is developing models that balance contradictory and redundant evidence.  ...  Driven by our desire to understand the information behaviors of this important user group, and the behaviors of scientific discovery in general, we conducted an observational study of academic research  ...  Our work complements the many studies that have investigated information behaviors in the domain of medicine, including studies of physicians (Smith, 1996) , nurses (Lange, 1993) , and patients (Leydon  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.20486 fatcat:ava6lw6iqjcmjfc45z2yrtrjiu

Impact of a pay-for-performance intervention: financial analysis of a pilot program implementation and implications for ophthalmology (an American Ophthalmological Society thesis)

David W Parke
2007 Transactions of the American Ophthalmological Society  
Pay-for-performance measures will impact the practice of ophthalmology as government, payers, employers, and consumers focus on value and on demonstrable, auditable outcomes of the care process.  ...  This reduction in units of service will more than offset a substantive increase in physician payment per unit of service.  ...  Third, mechanisms are in place (including postpayment reviews and monitoring of physician and patient browsing of the EBM Web site and Ix Web sites) to at least partially validate physician and patient  ... 
pmid:18427625 pmcid:PMC2258124 fatcat:cwuucwlljffrzhjcq6tzn6twwy

Customised information delivery

Maria Milosavljevic, François Paradis, Cécile Paris, Ross Wilkinson
1999 SIGIR Forum  
and Information Technology of Ontario (CITO).  ...  Literature Acknowledgements This project was funded in part by an operating grant to the second author from the National Science and Research Council of Canada (NSERC) and by a research grant from Communications  ...  At another level the medical resource links in the Decision Support frame are generated on the fly based on the contents of the current patient record.  ... 
doi:10.1145/331403.331410 fatcat:kdbwtgev7nc6hjxuz3xhafouay
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