The Winter 2016 issue of Perspectives in Health Information Management features the latest research on topics such as a qualitative multiple-case study designed to increase understanding of physician perceptions regarding the value of EHR technology; a study demonstrating how mobile technology can use the observations of nonmedical workers to stratify patients on the basis of their hospital readmission risk; and a pilot study applying an artificial neural networks-based simulation to a previously reported digital family history to mine the database for trends. Read the full issue here. Learn more about submission guidelines here.
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