Jonathan D. Gold

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Consumer demand for personal health records (PHRs) and the capabilities provided by regional health information organizations (RHIOs) will change healthcare, just as automatic teller machines have changed banking. The PHR is predicated on the existence of electronic medical records (EMRs) and electronic health records (EHRs). Patient and consumer principles(More)
No unified, functioning system currently exists for the exchange of comprehensive health-care information across the wide spectrum of health-care networks. Regional health information organizations (RHIOs) and a national health information network (NHIN) have been proposed as vital building blocks in providing such a system, but these face many challenges,(More)
In 2002, $22.4 billion were spent on hospital construction in the US. With lifetimes for new buildings expected to be decades, planning a building's information technology infrastructure must take into account present and future needs. Workflow measurement and the definition of problem domain have been advanced as essential tools in addressing current(More)
Introduction Progress testing has been widely used in medical schools to test scientific knowledge but has not been reported for assessing clinical skills. Development We designed a novel progress examination that included assessments of both clinical performance and underlying basic and social science knowledge. This Progress Clinical Skills Examination(More)
Asthma is the most commonly encountered chronic disease in children. Periodic assessment of asthma severity and control is an integral part of asthma management, but patients with uncontrolled asthma don't always schedule routine asthma care visits. The aim of this project was to improve asthma control and severity screening in a primary care setting by(More)
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