Category Archives: amia2014

AMIA2014 Workflow Paper (Monday) Engineering for reliability in at-home chronic disease management

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

[CW: Great table! > Table 2. Summary of reliability system design strategies used by participants to enhance self-care reminders.]
3:30PM Sunday
“Prospective Memory as a Basis for Task Planning and Recall
Remembering to perform all the [...]

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AMIA2014 Workflow Paper (Wednesday) Patient-Centered Appointment Scheduling Using Agent-Based Simulation

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

10:30 Wednesday
[see Figure 2 – Flowchart scheduling process according to appointment type and scheduling method]
“Enhanced access and continuity are key components of patient-centered care. Existing studies show that several interventions such as providing [...]

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AMIA2014 Workflow Paper (Wednesday) Trends in Publication of Nursing Informatics Research

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

8:30 Wednesday
“We analyzed 741 journal articles on nursing informatics published in 7 biomedical/nursing informatics journals and 6 nursing journals from 2005 to 2013 to begin to understand publication trends in nursing informatics research [...]

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AMIA2014 Workflow Paper (Wednesday) Characterization of a Handoff Documentation Tool Through Usage Log Data

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)

10:30 Wednesday
“Handoffs are a critical component of coordinated patient care; however, poor handoffs have been associated with near misses and adverse events. To address this, national agencies have recommended standardizing handoffs, for example through [...]

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AMIA2014 Workflow Paper (Wednesday) Participatory Design and Development of a Patient-centered Toolkit to Engage Hospitalized Patients and Care Partners in their Plan of Care

(Quotes from 2014 AMIA proceedings that interest me due to workflow-related implications: Take me to my Workflow-Related #AMIA2014 Papers and Posters rationale!)
[Excellent paper!]
10:30 Wednesday
“Patient engagement has been identified as a key strategy for improving patient outcomes. In this paper, we describe the development and pilot testing of a web-based patient centered toolkit (PCTK) [...]

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