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  • Alberta Research Council, Health Informatics: Organisation develops informatics technology and is associated with the Alberta WellNet project. Site links to their tele-health material and a number of commercial development links.
  • Biostatistical Resources: Statistical resources and services for health care researchers. Statistical support provided to physicians and other health care professionals engaged in biomedical research.
  • Center for Medical Informatics - Mount Sinai School of Medicine: Projects around World Wide Web (WWW) based signout and discharge summary systems that capture and store information about a patient's hospitalization, provider identification and notification systems, disease management, remote consultation,outpatient electronic record systems(OEMRRI), CITE, PharmFree, Med JAAM a Web-based evidence based medicine system).
  • Clinical Informatics Research & Development Group - Partners Healthcare: Undertakes applied informatics research & development,key design issues enterprise clinical systems including clinical workflows, usability, controlled terminology, knowledge management and clinical decision support. Details include mission, projects, publications, staff details, future directions and links.
  • Cognitive Science Branch (CgSB) National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health: Research in computer and information technologies involving investigation of linguistic, statistical, and knowledge-based methods, for improving access to biomedical information. Participation in the Unified Medical Language System (UMLS)project, NLM's Indexing Initiative and use of digital libraries. Collaborating with NLM's History of Medicine Division on profiles in science, a project to digitize collections of prominent biomedical scientists.
  • Gateway to Health Informatics For Teaching (GHIFT): Information on acronyms, CAL resources, events, internet print and learning resources, organisations, and people.
  • IT Perspectives: IT Perspectives, Providers of research, evaluation and consultancy in health infomatics and NHS and medical services. e-booking, electronic booking, ebooking, ICRS, EHR
  • MedExpert / WWW: A set of medical URLs for fields linking to 65 medical expert and knowledge-based systems. Details of the programs, links to online versions, information about pricing and availability, clinical use, information about the developer, contact addresses, and evalution statistics. Site indicates last update March 16, 2002.
  • Medical Informatics Courses from National Library of Medicine: Overview, faculty details, logistics and how to apply information provided as well as archive and details of other courses.
  • Pathmaster project of the Yale Center for Medical Informatics: PathMaster is a prototype cell-image database developed to serve as a pilot Next Generation Internet (NGI) testbed. PathMaster extracts mathematical features from cytology images and uses those features to index and retrieve cell images from an image database.
  • Prodigy: Software that offers management advice following a diagnosis. This includes prescribing and non-drug advice, doctor/patient shared screens, patient information leaflets, when to investigate and when to refer as well as clinical background information for use outside the consultation, as reference or learning material. The knowledge base covers around 131 conditions.
  • Regenstrief Institute Medical Informatics Fellowship: Non-profit medical research organization. Details of core curriculum, training details, research fellowships. Based in Indianapolis, Indiana.
  • SUMSearch: Medical metasearch engine for health care providers.
  • Sowerby Centre for Health Informatics at Newcastle (SCHIN): UK research centre. Active in Clinical Practice Guideline Architecture (CPGA) with HL7 also working on PRODIGY project and GALEN as well as the County Durham & Darlington Electronic Health Record Project (DuDEHR).
  • Suregen: A NLG-formalism which allows for the automatic, syntax-driven generation of stylistically acceptable clinical documents.
  • The Medical Algorithms Project: Useful site for those interested in the algorithms behind computations, formulae, surveys, or look-up tables used in healthcare. More than 4600 algorithms, organized into 45 chapters, are available as downloadable spreadsheets. Algorithm documentation is available online.
  • The Medical College of Wisconsin Office of Clinical Informatics: Details academic staff, activities, security and information resources. Discusses clinical information systems, educational opportunities, details of a Master of Science in Medical Informatics and various links and resources.
  • The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh - Diploma in Medical Informatics: Offers an online, distance learning course as well as studies in electronic information exchange related to medicine.
  • The health informatics resource: Offering information and internet based courses for healthcare workers worldwide
  • W.M. Keck Center for Computational and Structural Biology: Research and training at the interface between biological and biomedical sciences and the computational and physical sciences. Detailed page on publications and research.


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