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Treatment Patterns of Type 2 Diabetes Assessed Using a Common Data Model Based on Electronic Health Records of 2000–2019

Lee KA, Jin HY, Kim YJ, Im YJ, Kim EY, Park TS

Background: Real-world data analysis is useful for identifying treatment patterns. Understanding drug prescription patterns of type 2 diabetes mellitus may facilitate diabetes management. We aimed to analyze treatment patterns of type...
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Safe clinical photography: best practice guidelines for risk management and mitigation

Chandawarkar R, Nadkarni P

Clinical photography is an essential component of patient care in plastic surgery. The use of unsecured smartphone cameras, digital cameras, social media, instant messaging, and commercially available cloud-based storage devices...
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Acceptance Model of a Mandatory Health Information System in Indonesia

Nugroho HSW, Notobroto HB, Rosyanti L

Objectives: The purpose of this study was to develop a model of acceptance of the Mother and Child Health Information System in the Ngawi Regency Health Office, Indonesia based on...
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Popularization of Medical Information

Lee J, Koh J, Kim JY

Objectives: Despite the popularization of technology and the high penetration rate of smartphones and mobile devices, differences exist in the accessibility, utilization capabilities, and quality of technology depending on users’...
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Review of National-Level Personal Health Records in Advanced Countries

Lee J, Park YT, Park YR, Lee JH

Objectives: This review article examines international examples of personal health records (PHRs) in advanced countries and discusses the implications of these examples for the establishment and utilization of PHRs in...
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Data Pseudonymization in a Range That Does Not Affect Data Quality: Correlation with the Degree of Participation of Clinicians

Shin SY, Kim HS

Personal medical information is an essential resource for research; however, there are laws that regulate its use, and it typically has to be pseudonymized or anonymized. When data are anonymized,...
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Impact of Simulated Electronic Health Records on Informatics Competency of Students in Informatics Course

Choi J, Bove LA, Tarte V, Choi WJ

Objectives: Nursing has embraced online education to increase its workforce while providing flexible advanced education to nurse professionals. Faculty use virtual simulation and other adaptive learning technologies to enhance learning...
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Strategies for Adopting and Implementing SNOMED CT in Korea

Park HA, Yu SJ, Jung H

Objectives: The objective of this study was to introduce the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine Clinical Terms (SNOMED CT), to describe use cases of SNOMED CT with the barriers and facilitators,...
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Data science and machine learning in anesthesiology

Chae D

Machine learning (ML) is revolutionizing anesthesiology research. Unlike classical research methods that are largely inference-based, ML is geared more towards making accurate predictions. ML is a field of artificial intelligence...
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Measuring Frailty in Health Care Databases for Clinical Care and Research

Kim DH

Considering the increasing burden and serious consequences of frailty in aging populations, there is increasing interest in measuring frailty in health care databases for clinical care and research. This...
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Evaluation of Drug-Induced Liver Injury Developed During Hospitalization Using Electronic Health Record (EHR)-Based Algorithm

Kang Y, Kim SH, Park SY, Park BY, Lee JH, An J, Won HK, Song WJ, Kwon HS, Cho YS, Moon HB, Shim JH, Yang MS, Kim TB

PURPOSE: The incidence of drug-induced liver injury (DILI) has been increasing; however, few algorithms are available to identify DILI in electronic health records (EHRs). We aimed to identify and evaluate...
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Analysis of Adverse Drug Reactions Identified in Nursing Notes Using Reinforcement Learning

Jeon E, Kim Y, Park H, Park RW, Shin H, Park HA

Objectives Electronic Health Records (EHRs)-based surveillance systems are being actively developed for detecting adverse drug reactions (ADRs), but this is being hindered by the difficulty of extracting data from unstructured records....
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Medicine in the Fourth Industrial Revolution: What Should We Prepare?

Lee E

The power of the Internet, mobile devices, and data science including artificial intelligence is making a big difference in our daily lives. The introduction and proliferation of electronic health records,...
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An Electronic Health Record-Integrated Computerized Intravenous Insulin Infusion Protocol: Clinical Outcomes and in Silico Adjustment

Park SW, Lee S, Cha WC, Hur KY, Kim JH, Lee MK, Park SM, Jin SM

BACKGROUND: We aimed to describe the outcome of a computerized intravenous insulin infusion (CII) protocol integrated to the electronic health record (EHR) system and to improve the CII protocol in...
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Analysis of Platforms and Functions of Mobile-Based Personal Health Record Systems

Choi BK, Park YT, Kwon LS, Kim YS

Objectives: Little is known about the platforms and functionalities of mobile-based personal health record (PHR) applications. The objective of this study was to investigate these two features of PHR systems. Methods:...
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Patient Consent Management by a Purpose-Based Consent Model for Electronic Health Record Based on Blockchain Technology

Tith D, Lee JS, Suzuki H, Wijesundara WMAB, Taira N, Obi T, Ohyama N

Objectives: Currently, patients’ consent is essential to use their medical records for various purposes; however, most people give their consent using paper forms and have no control over it. Healthcare...
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Association between Full Electronic Medical Record System Adoption and Drug Use: Antibiotics and Polypharmacy

Park YT, Kim D, Park RW, Atalag K, Kwon IH, Yoon D, Choi M

OBJECTIVES: We investigated associations between full Electronic Medical Record (EMR) system adoption and drug use in healthcare organizations (HCOs) to explore whether EMR system features such as electronic prescribing, medicines...
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Application of Blockchain to Maintaining Patient Records in Electronic Health Record for Enhanced Privacy, Scalability, and Availability

Tith D, Lee JS, Suzuki H, Wijesundara WMAB, Taira N, Obi T, Ohyama N

OBJECTIVES: Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are increasingly used as an effective method to share patients' records among different hospitals. However, it is still a challenge to access scattered patient...
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Narrative Review for Exploring Barriers to Readiness of Electronic Health Record Implementation in Primary Health Care

Afrizal SH, Hidayanto , Handayani , Budiharsana M, Eryando T

OBJECTIVES: The aim of this study is to explore the enabling factors associated with readiness in Electronic Health Record (EHR) implementation and to identify the barriers related to readiness regarding...
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Implementation of a resident night float system in a surgery department in Korea for 6 months: electronic medical record-based big data analysis and medical staff survey

Yu HW, Choi JY, Park YS, Park HS, Choi Y, Ahn SH, Kang E, Oh HK, Kim EK, Cho JY, Kim DW, Park DJ, Yoon YS, Kang SB, Kim HH, Han HS, Lee T

PURPOSE: To evaluate superiority of a night float (NF) system in comparison to a traditional night on-call (NO) system for surgical residents at a single institution in terms of efficacy,...
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