The Division of Health Informatics pursues research, education, service and innovation in informatics to improve quality and value in healthcare. Division faculty have expertise in the use and effects of information technology in healthcare, such as adoption, usability, fit, utility, generalizability, scalability or sustainability, and in the intelligent use of data to inform policy and decision making, such as applications of data mining, machine learning or analytics.
Division faculty and staff participate in multi-disciplinary, collaborative projects with other divisions, departments and partner organizations, including faculty and staff at the Medical College, the Center for Healthcare Policy and Research, Weill Cornell Physicians Organization, New York-Presbyterian Hospital and the NYC Cornell Tech Campus.
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- Stud Health Technol Inform. • 2016 • Merolli M, Gray K, Martin-Sanchez F.
Patient Participation in Chronic Pain Management Through Social Media: A Clinical Study.
2016;225:577-81. PubMed PMID: 27332267.
- J Med Internet Res. • 2016 • Almalki M, Gray K, Martin-Sanchez F.
Activity Theory as a Theoretical Framework for Health Self-Quantification: A Systematic Review of Empirical Studies.
2016 May 27;18(5):e131. doi: 10.2196/jmir.5000. PubMed PMID: 27234343.
- Bioinformatics. • 2016 • Lopez-Campos GH, Martin-Sanchez F, Gray K.
Comment on 'Discovering hospital admission patterns using models learnt from electronic hospital records'. The importance of using the right codes.
2016 Jul 1;32(13):2079-2080. Epub 2016 Feb 15. PubMed PMID: 27153706.
- J Am Med Inform Assoc. • 2016 • Cai X, Perez-Concha O, Coiera E, Martin-Sanchez F, Day R, Roffe D, Gallego B.
Real-time prediction of mortality, readmission, and length of stay using electronic health record data.
2016 May;23(3):553-61. doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocv110. Epub 2015 Sep 15. PubMed PMID: 26374704.
- JAMIA • 2015 • Jessica Ancker, Lisa Kern, Alison Edwards, Daniel Stein, Rainu Kaushal, et al
Associations between healthcare quality and use of electronic health record functions in ambulatory care
- Am J Med Qual • 2015 • Joshua Richardson, Lisa Kern, Michael Silver, Hye-Young Jung, Rainu Kaushal, HITEC Investigators
Physician Satisfaction in Practices That Transformed Into Patient-Centered Medical Homes: A Statewide Study in New York
- JAMIA • 2015 • Joshua Richardson, Joshua Vest, Lisa Kern, Rainu Kaushal, et al
A Needs Assessment of Health Information Technology for Improving Care Coordination in Three Leading Patient-Centered Medical Homes
- J Gen Intern Med • 2015 • Jessica Ancker
Capsule commentary on weeks et al, "Provider perceptions of the electronic health record incentive programs: a survey of eligible professionals who have and have not attested to meaningful use"
- Am J Manag Care • 2015 • Erika Abramson, Alison Edwards, Michael Silver, Rainu Kaushal, et al
Trending Health Information Technology Adoption Among New York Nursing Homes
- Epilepsia • 2015 • Zachary Grinspan, Erika Abramson, Hye-Young Jung, Rainu Kaushal, Lisa Kern, et al
Hospital crossover increases utilization for people with epilepsy: A retrospective cohort study
- JAMIA • 2014 • Jessica Ancker, Lisa Kern, Alison Edwards, Daniel Stein, Rainu Kaushal, et al
How is the electronic health record being used? Use of EHR data to assess physician-level variability in technology use
- Inform Health Soc Care • 2014 • Jessica Ancker, Nena Osorio, Adam Cheriff, Curtis Cole, Michael Silver, Rainu Kaushal
Patient activation and use of an electronic patient portal
- J Gen Intern Med • 2014 • Jessica Ancker, Michael Silver, Rainu Kaushal
Rapid growth in use of personal health records in new york, 2012-2013
- J Eval Clin Pract • 2014 • Erika Abramson, Lisa Kern, Rainu Kaushal, et al
Expert panel evaluation of health information technology effects on adverse events
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