Indexing 2017 Health Informatics Posts Part 20 – Reviews of Papers

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Review of (Roehr et al, 2017)

Personal Health Records in (Roehr et al, 2017): Templates and Technology Platforms

Personal Health Records in (Roehr et al, 2017): Structural and Semantic Standards

Personal Health Records in (Roehr et al, 2017): Standards

Personal Health Records in (Roehr et al, 2017): Data Types

(Roehr et al, 2017) on the Structure of Personal Health Records

(Roehr et al, 2017) on Personal Health Records: Overview

(Roehr et al, 2017) on Personal Health Records

Review of (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

The Health Information Exchange: Summary of (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Usability in a Health Information Exchange in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Search Confidence in a Health Information Exchange in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Non-RHIO Related Exchange Mechanisms in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Health Organisation Participation in a Health Information Exchange in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Consent in the Health Information Exchange in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Availability of Information in a Health Information Exchange in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Frequency of Usage of a Health Information Exchange in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Health Information Exchange Purpose of Usage in (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Health Information Exchange Themes From (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Investigating a Health Information Exchange Using a Qualitative Approach (Kierkegaard et al, 2014)

Review of (Vest et al, 2014)

Reflections On Health Information Exchange Use In (Vest et al, 2014)

Association Between Use of a Health Information Exchange and Hospital Admissions

The links below relate to the document ‘Information and Technology for Better Care’ which is a 5-year strategy published by NHS Digital. The link at the bottom of the list below is the introduction whereas successive ascending links relate to different sections of the paper. Finally the link immediately below is a summary of the document compiled from the previous posts.

Information and Technology for Better Care

Information and Technology for Better Care: Making Better Use of Health and Care Information

Information and Technology for Better Care: Supporting Health and Care Organisations with Technology, Data and Information

Information and Technology for Better Care: National Services to Meet Local Needs

Information and Technology for Better Care: Shared Architecture and Standards

Information and Technology for Better Care

The Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records is a document by NHS Digital. Below are links to posts on the various sections of the document and a reflection on the document.

Reflections on The Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records

The Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: Core Clinical Headings

The Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: Referral Headings

Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: Outpatient Record Headings

Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: Discharge Record Headings

Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: Handover Record Headings

Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: Admission Headers

Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records: All Record Headings

Standards for the Clinical Structure and Content of Patient Records

The National Information Board’s ‘Personalised Health and Care 2020’ document is reviewed in the posts linked to below. The top most link is the summary of the previous posts.

Personalised Health and Care 2020: A Summary

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Making it Happen

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Increasing Value

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Supporting Professionals to Make Use of Data and Technology

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Supporting Innovation and Growth

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Information Governance

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Transparency

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Knowledge, Data and Information Access for Carers and Care Professionals

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Enabling the Right Choices

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Change

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Current State

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Evidence of Achievability

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Drivers for Action

Personalised Health and Care 2020: Using Data and Technology to Transform Outcomes for Patients and Citizens (Updated 22.5.17)

The links below are to posts reviewing a paper on Patients’ Support for a Health Information Exchange. The top link is a summary of the previous posts.

Patients’ Support for Health Information Exchange: Summary

Patients’ Support for Health Information Exchange: Patient Preferences for Consent

Patients’ Support For Health Information Exchange: Types of Recipients

Patients’ Support For Health Information Exchange – Type of Information Exchanged (Updated 10th June 2017)

Patients’ Support For Health Information Exchange – Level of Patient Participation in HIE

Patients’ Support For Health Information Exchange – Patient Characteristics

Patients’ Support For Health Information Exchange – Perceived Concerns

Patients’ Support For Health Information Exchange – Perceived Benefits

Patients’ Support for Health Information Exchange

Review of a paper by Holgrem et al, 2016

Reflections on (Holgrem et al, 2016):Odds Ratios as a Measure of Policy

Interoperability and Odds Ratios in (Holgrem et al, 2016) Part 2

Interoperability and Odds Ratios in (Holgrem et al, 2016)

What is the Odds Ratio? (Updated)

Hospital Engagement in the Four Domains of Interoperability

Hospital Engagement in the Four Domains of Interoperability

Engagement in Core Domains of Interoperability: Data Sources

Engagement in Core Domains of Interoperability: The ONC

Engagement in Core Domains of Interoperability: Electronic Health Record Comprehensiveness

Engagement in Core Domains of Interoperability

Matching Patient Records in a HIE

Matching Patient Records in a HIE

Review of a paper on barriers and facilitators of a Health Information Exchange

Summary of Eden et al’s Systematic Review

Organisation and Workflow in the Health Information Exchange in Eden et al’s Systematic Review

Completeness of Information in the Health Information Exchange in Eden et al’s Systematic Review

Overview of Barriers and Facilitators for a Health Information Exchange in Eden et al’s Systematic Review (Updated)

A Systematic Review on Barriers and Facilitators for a Health Information Exchange

The links below are to a review of a paper by Jawoon and a secondary analysis using the data in the paper.

Reflections on the Odds Ratio for the NCHS Data

Calculating Odds Ratios for EHR’s and Information Exchange in Jawoon et al’s Paper

NCHS Data Brief on Electronic Health Records and Electronic Information Sharing: Sharing Information with External Providers

NCHS Data Brief on Electronic Health Records and Electronic Information Sharing: Certified EHR’s

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