Edward E. Westberg

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Synthesizing the state of the art from the published literature, this review assesses the basis for employing the Internet to support the information needs of primary care. The authors survey what has been published about the information needs of clinical practice, including primary care, and discuss currently available information resources potentially(More)
The broad objective was to develop an information system which integrates various sources of clinical data and facilities outcome assessment for patients evaluated in a lumbar spine service. During a patient encounter, the physician formulates a hypothesis regarding appropriate forms of treatment and he or she may then use this system to explore previous(More)
n JAMIA. 1999;6:6–25. Over the last two decades, studies have enumerated the information needs of physicians engaged in clinical practice, including primary care. – 6 The emergence of the Internet and widespread adoption of the World Wide Web (the Web) have improved clinician’s access to information resources. The Internet and the Web provide clinicians(More)
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