Fernán Gonzalez Bernaldo de Quirós

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This presentation features linguistic and terminology management issues related to the development of the Spanish version of the Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine (SNOMED). It aims at describing the aspects of translating and the difficulties encountered in delivering a natural and consistent medical nomenclature. Bunge's three-layered model is(More)
Free text entry versus structured data has been proposed as models in data entry in health information systems. A new user interface was developed with the objective of improving data capture. It also implemented a modification of the discharge summary data entry user interface that allowed the selection of already coded terms from a local terminology in(More)
This paper describes the steps followed in the creation of a local Interface Terminology to SNOMED CT (as reference terminology) with a strong focus on user acceptability. The resulting list of terms is used for clinical data input by physicians and nurses at the Hospital Italiano in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Description includes data model, mappings to(More)
Physicians tend to ignore drug-drug interactions alerts, this is due to the large amount of irrelevant interactions displayed and the interface in which these alerts are shown. The high rate of clinically inadequate alerts produce "alerts fatigue". This high number of incorrect alerts predisposes physicians to underestimate the electronic prescription(More)
Information Technology (IT) enables health care providers to manage patients with chronic conditions through identification, follow up and administration of specific interventions. In our setting, we developed a surveillance system for chronic diseases. The aim of this study was to show its efficacy on monitoring blood pressure throughout a cluster(More)
Accurate patient problem lists in Electronic Health Records (EHRs) are valuable tools for improving the quality of care, communication among professionals, facilitating research, quality measurement and the implementation of clinical decision support systems. However, problem lists are frequently inaccurate and out-of-date, and use varies widely across(More)
As the medical informatics field evolves, new functions appear as the focus of interest; a more advanced management of terminology is one of them. Using comprehensive and detailed terminology to represent clinical rules in computer systems, associated with patient information, would allow clinical software to provide patient specific recommendations or(More)
UNLABELLED Physicians do not always keep the problem list accurate, complete and updated. OBJECTIVE To analyze natural language processing (NLP) techniques and inference rules as strategies to maintain completeness and accuracy of the problem list in EHRs. METHODS Non systematic literature review in PubMed, in the last 10 years. Strategies to maintain(More)
INTRODUCTION although trends in consumer research suggest growing interest in using electronic PHRs, actual utilization of PHRs technologies is still low. OBJECTIVE to identify those conditions that make patients at Hospital Italiano de Buenos Aires (HIBA) use a PHR. STUDY DESIGN Analytic Cross-sectional study. RESULTS the average age was 55.5 years(More)
Health information exchange ensuring its authenticity and integrity is not a simple task. Many institutions have implemented different solutions to perform this exchange using partial or summary information, and rarely include metadata that establish the context in which they performed the primary data capture. In this setting, we proposed the creation of(More)