1. Improving completeness of electronic problem lists through clinical decision support: a randomized, controlled trial
  2. A survey of informatics platforms that enable distributed comparative effectiveness research using multi-institutional heterogenous clinical data
  3. Lessons learned from implementing service-oriented clinical decision support at four sites: A qualitative study
  4. A qualitative study of the activities performed by people involved in clinical decision support: recommended practices for success
  5. Multiple perspectives on clinical decision support: a qualitative study of fifteen clinical and vendor organizations
  6. Challenges in patient safety improvement research in the era of electronic health records
  7. New Unintended Adverse Consequences of Electronic Health Records
  8. A Socio-Technical Approach to Preventing, Mitigating, and Recovering from Ransomware Attacks
  9. Variation in high-priority drug-drug interaction alerts across institutions and electronic health records
  10. Problem list completeness in electronic health records: A multi-site study and assessment of success factors
  11. Cross-vendor evaluation of key user-defined clinical decision support capabilities: A scenario-based assessment of certified electronic health records with guidelines for future development
  12. CER Hub: An informatics platform for conducting comparative effectiveness research using multi-institutional, heterogeneous, electronic clinical data
  13. What makes an EHR “open” or interoperable?
  14. Validation of a Crowdsourcing Methodology for Developing a Knowledge Base of Related Problem-Medication Pairs
  15. From “Farm Boy” to Director of the Laboratory of Computer Science: 2004 Interview of Octo Barnett
  16. Founder of the HELP System and the Utah Informatics Program: Interview with Homer R. Warner
  17. At the Helm of the World’s Largest Medical Library: Interviews with Donald A.B. Lindberg
  18. Engineering Computerized Multiphasic Screening: An Interview with Morris F. Collen
  19. Graphical Display of Diagnostic Test Results in EHRs: A Comparison of 8 Systems
  20. The SAFER guides: empowering organizations to improve the safety and effectiveness of electronic health records
  21. Development of a Clinician Reputation Metric to Identify Appropriate Problem-Medication Pairs in a Crowdsourced Knowledge Base
  22. Clinical Decision Support Alert Appropriateness: A Review and Proposal for Improvement
  23. The Medicare Electronic Health Record Incentive Program: Provider Performance on Core and Menu Measures
  24. Clinical Decision Support for Colon and Rectal Surgery: An Overview
  25. State of the Art in Clinical Informatics: Evidence and Examples
  26. Early Results of the Meaningful Use Program for Electronic Health Records
  27. Health care transformation through collaboration on open-source informatics projects: integrating a medical applications platform, research data repository, and patient summarization
  28. Matching identifiers in electronic health records: implications for duplicate records and patient safety
  29. Key principles for a national clinical decision support knowledge sharing framework: synthesis of insights from leading subject matter experts
  30. Use of order sets in inpatient computerized provider order entry systems: a comparative analysis of usage patterns at seven sites
  31. Clinical summarization capabilities of commercially-available and internally-developed electronic health records
  32. Comparison of Computer-based Clinical Decision Support Systems and Content for Diabetes Mellitus
  33. Development and evaluation of a comprehensive clinical decision support taxonomy: comparison of front-end tools in commercial and internally-developed electronic health record systems
  34. Governance for clinical decision support: Case studies and recommended practices from leading institutions
  35. Comparison of clinical knowledge management capabilities of commercially-available and leading internally-developed electronic health records
  36. The state of the art in clinical knowledge management: an inventory of tools and techniques
  37. Clinical decision support capabilities of commercially-available clinical information systems
  38. Creating and sharing clinical decision support content with Web 2.0: issues and examples