Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

Publisher
BMJ Group
History
1994
Website
http://www.jamia.org/
Impact factor
3.078 (2010)

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Medical economics

Researchers find technology solutions to health care costs

New developments in technology may provide tools to help patients and health care providers make cost-informed decisions and connect patients to additional resources if they cannot afford their prescribed medications, say ...

Health informatics

Chatbots deployed in response to COVID-19 pandemic

If you've been to a clinic for a vaccine or COVID test during the past two years, you've likely interacted with a chatbot. Chatbots are computer programs designed to simulate conversation with human users. Scalable to answer ...

Health

What does medical care look like when you're transgender?

There are an estimated 1.4 million people in the United States who are transgender. It's a relatively big number—and yet, many of these individuals have difficulty finding doctors who are right for them and their needs. ...

Health informatics

Impact of digital health interventions

Digital health interventions—delivered via technologies including text messages, apps and websites—are increasingly common for supporting chronic disease self-care. Although studies have focused on improving patient engagement ...

Medical research

Mitigating the effects of gender bias in clinical trials

The development of drugs and other medical treatments usually begins with basic research, followed by experiments in the laboratory, pre-clinical trials and, finally, clinical trials that confirm both the treatment's efficacy ...

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