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OBJECTIVE The Substitutable Medical Applications, Reusable Technologies (SMART) Platforms project seeks to develop a health information technology platform with substitutable applications (apps) constructed around core services. The authors believe this is a promising approach to driving down healthcare costs, supporting standards evolution, accommodating(More)
'Open Source' is a 20-40 year old approach to licensing and distributing software that has recently burst into public view. Against conventional wisdom this approach has been wildly successful in the general software market--probably because the openness lets programmers the world over obtain, critique, use, and build upon the source code without licensing(More)
For its new acute care hospital, the University of California at Los Angeles is evaluating innovative technology involving high-resolution flat panel display devices configured as "network appliances" that can be wall mounted for use in the retrieval and display of medical images and data. Physicians and healthcare providers can log on with wireless(More)
Manual development and maintenance of decision support content is time-consuming and expensive. We explore recommendation algorithms, e-commerce data-mining tools that use collective order history to suggest purchases, to assist with this. In particular, previous work shows corollary order suggestions are amenable to automated data-mining techniques. Here,(More)
Background: Sub-clinical hepatic encephalopathy is a commonly recognized cognitive sequelae of cirrhosis and is associated with normal neurological and mental status exams but impaired performance on neuropsychological measures. Cognitive slowing and impairments in executive functioning are frequently noted; however, there is debate in the literature(More)
The Harvard community has made this article openly available. Please share how this access benefits you. Your story matters. platform: early experience enabling substitutable applications for electronic health records. ABSTRACT Objective The Substitutable Medical Applications, Reusable Technologies (SMART) Platforms project seeks to develop a health(More)
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