Published on in Vol 21, No 2 (2019): February

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/12902, first published .
Beyond One-Off Integrations: A Commercial, Substitutable, Reusable, Standards-Based, Electronic Health Record–Connected App

Beyond One-Off Integrations: A Commercial, Substitutable, Reusable, Standards-Based, Electronic Health Record–Connected App

Beyond One-Off Integrations: A Commercial, Substitutable, Reusable, Standards-Based, Electronic Health Record–Connected App

Journals

  1. Benson T. Measure what we want: a taxonomy of short generic person-reported outcome and experience measures (PROMs and PREMs). BMJ Open Quality 2020;9(1):e000789 View
  2. Taft T, Weir C, Kramer H, Facelli J. Primary care perspectives on implementation of clinical trial recruitment. Journal of Clinical and Translational Science 2020;4(1):61 View
  3. Melnick E, Holland W, Ahmed O, Ma A, Michael S, Goldberg H, Lagier C, D’Onofrio G, Stachowiak T, Brandt C, Solad Y. An integrated web application for decision support and automation of EHR workflow: a case study of current challenges to standards-based messaging and scalability from the EMBED trial. JAMIA Open 2019;2(4):434 View
  4. Curran R, Kukhareva P, Taft T, Weir C, Reese T, Nanjo C, Rodriguez-Loya S, Martin D, Warner P, Shields D, Flynn M, Boltax J, Kawamoto K. Integrated displays to improve chronic disease management in ambulatory care: A SMART on FHIR application informed by mixed-methods user testing. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 2020;27(8):1225 View
  5. Gordon W, Mandl K. The 21st Century Cures Act: A Competitive Apps Market and the Risk of Innovation Blocking. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2020;22(12):e24824 View
  6. Navaz A, Serhani M, El Kassabi H, Al-Qirim N, Ismail H. Trends, Technologies, and Key Challenges in Smart and Connected Healthcare. IEEE Access 2021;9:74044 View
  7. Ayaz M, Pasha M, Alzahrani M, Budiarto R, Stiawan D. The Fast Health Interoperability Resources (FHIR) Standard: Systematic Literature Review of Implementations, Applications, Challenges and Opportunities. JMIR Medical Informatics 2021;9(7):e21929 View
  8. Kawamoto K, Kukhareva P, Weir C, Flynn M, Nanjo C, Martin D, Warner P, Shields D, Rodriguez-Loya S, Bradshaw R, Cornia R, Reese T, Kramer H, Taft T, Curran R, Morgan K, Borbolla D, Hightower M, Turnbull W, Strong M, Chapman W, Gregory T, Stipelman C, Shakib J, Hess R, Boltax J, Habboushe J, Sakaguchi F, Turner K, Narus S, Tarumi S, Takeuchi W, Ban H, Wetter D, Lam C, Caverly T, Fagerlin A, Norlin C, Malone D, Kaphingst K, Kohlmann W, Brooke B, Del Fiol G. Establishing a multidisciplinary initiative for interoperable electronic health record innovations at an academic medical center. JAMIA Open 2021;4(3) View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Melton G, McDonald C, Tang P, Hripcsak G. Biomedical Informatics. View