The Gap in Big Data: Getting to Wellbeing, Strengths, and a Whole-person Perspective

@inproceedings{Monsen2015TheGI,
  title={The Gap in Big Data: Getting to Wellbeing, Strengths, and a Whole-person Perspective},
  author={Karen A. Monsen and Judith Peters and Sara Schlesner and Catherine E. Vanderboom and Diane E. Holland},
  booktitle={Global advances in health and medicine},
  year={2015}
}
BACKGROUND Electronic health records (EHRs) provide a clinical view of patient health. EHR data are becoming available in large data sets and enabling research that will transform the landscape of healthcare research. Methods are needed to incorporate wellbeing dimensions and strengths in large data sets. The purpose of this study was to examine the potential alignment of the Wellbeing Model with a clinical interface terminology standard, the Omaha System, for documenting wellbeing assessments… CONTINUE READING
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