Summary: Use of computers or computer systems for doing routine clerical work, e.g., billing, records pertaining to the administration of the office, etc.
Publications131 found, 100 shown here
- Prevalence of complaints of arm, neck and shoulder among computer office workers and psychometric evaluation of a risk factor questionnaireShahla Eltayeb
Maastricht University, Department of Epidemiology and Caphri Research Institute, Maastricht, The Netherlands
BMC Musculoskelet Disord 8:68. 2007....
- Pervasive clinical computing: the hidden cost of upgradingBryan Bergeron
Faculty, Health Sciences and Technology, Harvard Medical School and MIT, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
MedGenMed 6:54. 2004
- MSD spring retreatJanice E Tildon-Burton
Medical Society of Delaware, USA
Del Med J 78:133-4. 2006
- What works: document management. Image this. Document imaging carves a clear path to automation for Louisville group practiceTrudie Frantz
Information Services, University Physicians Group, Louisville, KY, USA
Health Manag Technol 23:40-2. 2002
- Adopting an electronic health record. Keys to successTom Arneson
Stratis Health, USA
Minn Med 88:52-4. 2005..Sixty-eight percent of 341 clinics responding to a survey have implemented, are in the process of implementing, or plan to implement electronic health record systems during the next 2 years...
- [Electronic health chart arrives a year later. Can hackers access patient data?]Klaus Schmidt
MMW Fortschr Med 147:56-7, 59. 2005
- Randomised studies in general practice: how to integrate the electronic patient recordGeorgio Mosis
Department of Medical Informatics, ErasmusMC, University Medical Center, Rotterdam, The Netherlands
Inform Prim Care 13:209-13. 2005..Although the randomised database study has many methodological advantages, it has never been tested. Our software system is meant as a tool to implement and facilitate evaluation of the randomised database approach...
- Legible charts! Experiences in converting to electronic medical recordsMarlowe Haskins
Department of Family Practice, University of British Columbia, Vancouver
Can Fam Physician 48:768-71. 2002
- Doing away with paper. Part 2--Starting up your new systemDaniel Silver
Bendigo Regional Clinical School of Monash University, Victoria
Aust Fam Physician 31:527-31. 2002..After choosing the best computer hardware and software to use, the next major step is to carefully plan how to implement the change from using paper based medical records to electronic medical records...
- How technology cuts staff costsKen Terry
Med Econ 82:TCP16, TCP18. 2005
- The paperless officeRobert G Keim
J Clin Orthod 39:61-2. 2005
- [Many open problems with the electronic health record. Is a soundproof room mandatory for every general practice?]Klaus Schmidt
MMW Fortschr Med 147:46, 48. 2005
- Like eating an elephant, computerizing your practice should be done "one bite at a time"John Flucke
Dent Today 22:128-33. 2003
- The progressive roles of electronic medicine: benefits, concerns, and costsVinod Podichetty
Spine Research and Education Project, Cleveland Clinic Florida Spine Institute, Weston, Florida 33331, USA
Am J Med Sci 328:94-9. 2004..However, if managed appropriately, the potential disadvantages of e-health can be minimized, and the benefits of e-health in clinical practices can be obtained...
- Variations in diabetes care and the influence of office systemsEdward F Ellerbeck
Department of Preventive Medicine and Public Health, School of Medicine, University of Kansas, Kansas City, KS 66160, USA
Am J Med Qual 19:12-8. 2004..Although practices varied widely in their care of patients with diabetes, as currently implemented, office system tools have not led to consistently better performance...
- Pandora's electronic box: GPs reflect upon email communication with their patientsFelicity Goodyear-Smith
Department of General Practice and Primary Health Care, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Inform Prim Care 13:195-202. 2005..One example for general practitioners (GPs) is communication with patients via electronic mail (email). GPs face issues regarding e-communication with patients, including how and when it should it be used...
- Automating financial and clinical operations: tough questions and good advicePaul Caplan
InfoMC, Plymouth Meeting, PA, USA
Behav Healthc Tomorrow 14:35-7. 2005
- Importance and effects of altered workplace ergonomics in modern radiology suitesMukesh G Harisinghani
Department of Radiology, Division of Abdominal Imaging and Intervention, Massachusetts General Hospital, 55 Fruit St, White 289, Boston, MA 02114, USA
Radiographics 24:615-27. 2004..Optimization of workplace ergonomics should be considered in the basic design of any modern radiology suite...
- Towards improvement of the accuracy and completeness of medication registration with the use of an electronic medical record (EMR)A Hiddema-van de Wal
Department of General Practice, University of Groningen, Ant. Deusinglaan 4, 9713 AW Groningen, The Netherlands
Fam Pract 18:288-91. 2001..To summarize, with increased user-friendliness of the software, combined with the training of motivated GPs, the quality of recorded data improved...
- Characterizing the ideal clinical office system for nephrologyFranklin W Maddux
Specialty Care Services Group, Nashville, TN 37203, USA
Adv Chronic Kidney Dis 15:64-72. 2008....
- [Blood pressure self measurement (BPSM)]Siegfried Eckert
Herz und Diabeteszentrum Nordrhein Westfalen, Ruhr Universitat Bochum, Bad Oeynhausen
MMW Fortschr Med 148:34-6. 2006..Patient training in blood pressure measurement should concentrate on classification of blood pressure, blood pressure variability, standardized self measurement, interpretation of the readings, and treatment of hypertension...
- Making a connectionHoward J Anderson
Health Data Manag 16:62, 64. 2008
- Practice-based electronic billing systems and their impact on immunization registriesMaureen S Kolasa
Health Services Research and Evaluation, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Immunization Program, Atlanta, Georgia 30333, USA
J Public Health Manag Pract 11:493-9. 2005..Improvement of billing data quality would result in more complete registries, higher reported immunization coverage rates, and recovered revenue for immunization providers...
- Referrals. Electric avenueJ Solly
King's College Hospital
Health Serv J 111:22-3. 2001..A considerable culture change is needed to persuade practices to become involved. GPs accustomed to traditional referral letters find electronic referrals a big step. More day-to-day support might encourage GP involvement...
- Direct deposit for reimbursementsSteven F Isenberg
Ear Nose Throat J 86:216. 2007
- Saving office practiceScott Matthew Bolhack
Ann Intern Med 140:844-5; author reply 845. 2004
- Persistent paper: the myth of "going paperless"Richard H Dykstra
Department of Medical Informatics and Clinical Epidemiology Oregon Health and Science University, Portland, OR, USA
AMIA Annu Symp Proc 2009:158-62. 2009..Paper has unique attributes allowing it to fill gaps in information timeliness, availability, and reliability in pursuit of improved patient care. Creative uses have led to "better paper."..
- Computers and the Internet in modern dental practiceH Clifton Simmons
J Tenn Dent Assoc 88:5. 2008
- [Family physician contract should increase general practice business: every year a 5th quarter reimbursement]Klaus Schmidt
MMW Fortschr Med 146:46-7. 2004
- Saving office practicePeter Basch
Ann Intern Med 140:845; author reply 845. 2004
- The paperless officeBradley Dykstra
Dent Today 24:104-7. 2005
- [Field trial uncovers massive problems]Klaus Schmidt
MMW Fortschr Med 149:56. 2007
- Take two aspirin and tweet me in the morning: how Twitter, Facebook, and other social media are reshaping health careCarleen Hawn
Health Aff (Millwood) 28:361-8. 2009....
- Free software for your practiceJames Dom Dera
Fam Pract Manag 13:56-8. 2006
- What patients wantKim Kiser
Minn Med 89:6-8. 2006
- Web-based proactive system to improve breast cancer screening: a randomized controlled trialRajeev Chaudhry
Divisions of Primary Care Internal Medicine, and the Quality Office, Mayo Clinic, Rochester, MN 55905, USA
Arch Intern Med 167:606-11. 2007..Screening mammography is recommended for early detection of breast cancer but screening rates remain suboptimal...
- Active biofeedback changes the spatial distribution of upper trapezius muscle activity during computer workAfshin Samani
Center for Sensory Motor Interaction SMI, Department of Health Science and Technology, Aalborg University, Aalborg East, Denmark
Eur J Appl Physiol 110:415-23. 2010..The study introduced new aspects in relation to the potential benefit of superimposed muscle contraction in relation to the spatial organization of muscle activity during computer work...
- [Electronic health card. This will be expensive for physicians]Jürgen Stoschek
MMW Fortschr Med 149:56. 2007
- Development of functional requirements for electronic health communication: preliminary results from the ELIN projectTom Christensen
Department of Community Medicine and General Practice, The Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, Medisinsk Teknisk Forskningssenter MTFS, Trondheim, Norway
Inform Prim Care 13:203-8. 2005..It was necessary to find a method that could engage practising doctors in order to promote their needs related to electronic communication...
- Pilot debrief. Lessons learned assisting physician practices adopt health ITKevin Fergusson
Physician Office Quality Improvement Organization Support Center, Virginia Health Quality Center, USA
J AHIMA 78:52-6. 2007
- The electronic office. How automation can make you happier, richer and more effectiveDebra McGrath
The Coker Group, USA
Adv Nurse Pract 14:31-3. 2006
- Fabrication of poly(dimethylsiloxane) microfluidic system based on masters directly printed with an office laser printerNing Bao
The Key Lab of Analytical Chemistry for Life Science, Department of Chemistry, Nanjing University, Nanjing 210093, PR China
J Chromatogr A 1089:270-5. 2005..This simple approach could make it easy to carry out the studies of PDMS microfluidic systems in more general labs without special devices...
- Purchasing technology: a few things to considerPatricia S Hofstra
Duane Morris LLP, USA
J Med Pract Manage 29:76-80. 2013..Standard-form software and hardware contracts need critical review to ensure that the product meets the needs of the practice...
- Embracing the e-revolution. How technology can maximize your practiceR Eric Doerfler
Nightingale Health Centers Inc, Harrisburg, PA, USA
Adv Nurse Pract 12:35-8, 40, 42. 2004
- Bioconversion of waste office paper to L(+)-lactic acid by the filamentous fungus Rhizopus oryzaeEnoch Y Park
Laboratory of Biotechnology, Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Faculty of Agriculture, Shizuoka University, 836 Ohya, Shizuoka 422 8529, Japan
Bioresour Technol 93:77-83. 2004L(+)-lactic acid production was investigated using an enzymatic hydrolysate of waste office automation (OA) paper in a culture of the filamentous fungus Rhizopus oryzae. In 4 d culture, 82.8 g/l glucose, 7 g/l xylose, and 3...
- Informed decisions by clinicians are fundamental for EPR implementationR E Nikula
Virtual Centre for Health Informatics, Aalborg University, DK 9220 Aalborg, Denmark
Int J Med Inform 58:141-6. 2000..We introduce the 'price to pay' concept in order to illustrate that it takes a human effort to create better health care and that clinicians therefore play a very important role when implementing EPR systems...
- Evaluation of a statewide program in genetic diseasesJ A Mitchell
Integrated Technology Services, University of Missouri, Columbia 65212, USA
Am J Med Genet 78:217-25. 1998We used the Genetics Office Automation System (GOAS), a database management system designed to facilitate collection and analysis of medical genetic data, to evaluate the Missouri Genetics Disease Program (MGDP)...
- A Virtual Notebook for biomedical work groupsG A Gorry
Baylor College of Medicine, Texas Medical Center, Houston 77030
Bull Med Libr Assoc 76:256-67. 1988....
- "Palm reading": 2. Handheld software for physiciansFeisal Adatia
Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, Ont
CMAJ 168:727-34. 2003
- Point-of-care training: strategies for successG J Hockenjos
Aleckna and Associates, LLC, 52 Oakcrest Drive, East Brunswick, NJ 08816, USA
Home Healthc Nurse 19:766-73. 2001..Based on the authors' consulting and training experiences, particularly with an early POC installation at a large VNA, key strategies for the design, implementation, and evaluation of a POC training program are presented...
- Electronic medical recordsWilliam Davis
Minn Med 85:6. 2002
- Moving to paperlessness: a case study from a large general practiceStephen Carr-Bains
The Student Health Centre, University of Surrey, Guildford GU2 7XH, UK
Inform Prim Care 11:157-63; discussion 163-5. 2003..The practice is now fit to be part of any move towards integration of records within its local health community, and can demonstrate from its computer records that it meets the quality targets for primary care...
- Distributed information system architecture for Primary Health CareM Grammatikou
Network Management and Optimal Design Laboratory NETMODE, Computer Science Division Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, National Technical University of Athens NTUA, Zografou, 15780, Athens, Greece
Stud Health Technol Inform 77:978-82. 2000..Finally, we discuss a pilot implementation in progress, which is based on CORBA and web-based user interfaces. However, the conceptual architecture is generic and open to other middleware approaches like the DHE or HL7...
- Return on investmentRoger Levin
Levin Group Inc, 10 New Plant Court, Owings Mills, MD 21117, USA
J Am Dent Assoc 135:218-9. 2004..They still may be good decisions. At the very least, return-on-investment considerations allow dentists to evaluate options from a business-plan perspective, rather than simply making uninformed decisions...
- Predicting the adoption of electronic health records by physicians: when will health care be paperless?Eric W Ford
Center for Healthcare Leadership and Strategy, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX 79409, USA
J Am Med Inform Assoc 13:106-12. 2006..We then determined the likelihood of achieving universal EHR adoption in the near future and articulate how barriers can be overcome in the small and solo practice medical environment...
- Introduction of an electronic medical record system into physician practice offices: why is it so #%!&-ing hard for everybody?-Part IIJoseph P Lyons
Lyons Advisors, LLC
J Med Pract Manage 26:342-5. 2011..In addition, IT professionals' perspectives are also addressed to highlight how medical /IT professional differences affect the experience of implementation...
- Automate--without an EMRKen Terry
Med Econ 81:TCP3-8 following 26. 2004
- Establishing an all-digital officeRobert S Haeger
J Clin Orthod 39:81-95. 2005
- Five constants of information technology adoption in healthcareMariel L Bernstein
Lakeland Regional Medical Center in Lakeland, Florida, USA
Hosp Top 85:17-25. 2007..Whether IT is used for office automation or for reducing medical errors, there are five constants that routinely influence the successful integration ..
- FTT-MA: a flexible time-triggered middleware architecture for time sensitive, resource-aware AmI systemsAdrián Noguero
Tecnalia Research and Innovation, ICT Division, Parque Tecnologico de Bizkaia, Zamudio, Spain
Sensors (Basel) 13:6229-53. 2013..From healthcare to building and even home/office automation, it is now common to find systems combining interactive and sensing multimedia traffic with relatively ..
- [An excel VBA-based electronic marrow testing report]Jie Liu
Laboratory of Beijing Military Regional General Hospital, Beijing
Zhongguo Yi Liao Qi Xie Za Zhi 32:352-4. 2008..This paper introduces an Excel VBA-based method developed for electronic marrow testing reports...
- Bioconversion of waste office paper to gluconic acid in a turbine blade reactor by the filamentous fungus Aspergillus nigerYuko Ikeda
Laboratory of Biotechnology, Department of Applied Biological Chemistry, Faculty of Agriculture, Shizuoka University, 836 Ohya, Shizuoka 422 8529, Japan
Bioresour Technol 97:1030-5. 2006Gluconic acid production was investigated using an enzymatic hydrolysate of waste office automation paper in a culture of Aspergillus niger...
- Behavioral and psychophysiological responses to job demands and association with musculoskeletal symptoms in computer workKarin Lindgren Griffiths
Discipline of Physiotherapy, Faculty of Health Sciences, The University of Sydney, Lidcombe, Sydney, NSW 2141, Australia
J Occup Rehabil 21:482-92. 2011..Workstyle, or how an individual worker behaves in response to such work demands, may also be an important factor associated with musculoskeletal symptoms in computer operators...
- Creating a more productive, clutter-free, paperless office: a primer on scanning, storage and searching of PDF documents on personal computersL Citrome
Int J Clin Pract 62:363-6. 2008
- Automating communication: using technology to increase effectiveness and profitabilityArun K Garg
University of Florida College of Dentistry, Gainesville, FL, USA
Dent Implantol Update 18:89-92. 2007
- Demystifying computer networks for small practicesGlen Stream
Rockwood Clinic, Spokane, WA, USA
Fam Pract Manag 15:25-8. 2008
- A six-step plan to a paperless practiceLorne Lavine
Dental Technology Consultants, USA
Dent Today 26:140, 142-3. 2007
- Integrating personal computers into family practice: a comparison of practicing physicians and residentsM C Cook
Health Sciences Library, University of Alabama School of Medicine, Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35487 0378, USA
Bull Med Libr Assoc 86:316-25. 1998..Overall, there was a high level of interest in learning various practice-related applications; however, a significantly larger proportion of residents reported interest in each type of application than did physicians...
- Use of the equity implementation model to review clinical system implementation efforts: a case reportT W Lauer
Department of Decision and Information Sciences, School of Business Administration, Oakland University, Rochester Hills, Michigan 48309, USA
J Am Med Inform Assoc 7:91-102. 2000..The case study (implementation of a patient scheduling and appointment setting system in a large health maintenance organization) illustrates how the EIM can be used to examine users' reactions to the implementation of a new system...
- Communicate with patients using common office equipmentL P Baker
TeleVox Software, Inc, Mobile, AL 36695, USA
J Med Pract Manage 14:78-82. 1998....
- [Electronic health card. How physicians are being fleeced]Klaus Schmidt
MMW Fortschr Med 148:56. 2006
- Computer networking in an ambulatory health care settingR Alger
Advanced Health Technologies, Chicago, IL 60606, USA
J Med Pract Manage 14:303-7. 1999..In this article, we will examine common network configurations, explain how they function, and provide examples of real-world implementations of networking technology in health care...
- [Results of the marketing research study "Acceptance of physician's office computer systems"]D Steinhausen
Fachhochschule Münster, Fachbereich Wirtschaft
Zentralbl Gynakol 120:131-4. 1998..In this study we also analysed the computer using behaviour of gynaecologic surgeons. As a result two third of all nonusers are not intending to utilise a computer in the future...
- The electronic medical office: optimizing solutionsIra H Kirschenbaum
Department of Orthopaedic Surgery, New York University Hospital for Joint Diseases, New York, New York, USA
Instr Course Lect 57:737-45. 2008..The development of a comprehensive electronic medical office is a powerful and probably necessary tool to successfully manage such information and achieve the goals of an effective and safe orthopaedic practice...
- [Applications of the hospital statistics management system]Hong Zhai
Shandong Provincial Hospital, Jinan 250021
Zhongguo Yi Liao Qi Xie Za Zhi 32:64-5, 69. 2008The Hospital Statistics Management System is built on an Office Automation Platform of Shandong provincial hospital system...
- Work related complaints of neck, shoulder and arm among computer office workers: a cross-sectional evaluation of prevalence and risk factors in a developing countryPriyanga Ranasinghe
Diabetes Research Unit, Department of Clinical Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, University of Colombo, Colombo, Sri Lanka
Environ Health 10:70. 2011..Complaints of arms, neck and shoulders (CANS) is common among computer office workers. We evaluated an aetiological model with physical/psychosocial risk-factors...
- Prevention of musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) in office work: a case studyTânia M Lima
Human Technology Group, Department Electromechanical Engineering, University of Beira Interior, Covilha, Portugal
Work 39:397-408. 2011..Recommendations for change were provided for implementation in all workplaces in the office, in order to improve work conditions, and guide the setup of a MSD prevention training program...
- [Effect of visual work on the tear film and degree of the eye strain]Alicja Pas-Wyroslak
Przychodnia Chorób Zawodowych, Instytut Medycyny Pracy im prof J Nofera, Łódź
Med Pr 61:527-35. 2010..The aim of this study was to assess the impact of the visual work on the tear film and the degree of eye strain...
- [Facing the challenges of ubiquitous computing in the health care sector]Peter Georgieff
Fraunhofer Institut für System und Innovationsforschung, Karlsruhe
Z Evid Fortbild Qual Gesundhwes 104:715-20. 2010..In the present paper we discuss possible applications, but also technical, social and economic barriers to a wide-spread use of ubiquitous computing in the health care sector...
- [Case histories and other stories in the multimedia era... but was there something else?...]Hans Peter Kohler
Klinik für Innere Medizin Tiefenau Ziegler, Spital Netz Bern, Bern
Ther Umsch 67:641-4. 2010....
- Ten signs of a healthy online presence (and symptoms that may indicate it is under the weather)Rebecca Lehmann
Page 1 Solutions, LLC, Golden, CO 80401, USA
J Med Pract Manage 26:13-5. 2010..How is your practice doing online? The answers to these 10 questions can indicate if your online presence is healthy or in need of an intervention...
- Converting to electronic dental recordsStephen I Hudis
J Am Coll Dent 77:13-5. 2010..In addition to efficiency, office technology has great potential for improving communication, both with patients and with other practitioners. The electronic practice is an opportunity for continuous improvement...
- A proposed algorithm for diagnosing hypertension using automated office blood pressure measurementMartin G Myers
Department of Medicine, Division of Cardiology, University of Toronto, Schulich Heart Centre, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
J Hypertens 28:703-8. 2010..To validate an algorithm for the interpretation of automated office blood pressure (AOBP) measurement based upon data from untreated patients referred by physicians in the community for 24-h ambulatory blood pressure monitoring (ABPM)...
- The role of information technology usage in physician practice satisfactionNir Menachemi
Department of Health Care Organization and Policy, University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA
Health Care Manage Rev 34:364-71. 2009..Despite the growing use of information technology (IT) in medical practices, little is known about the relationship between IT and physician satisfaction...
- A look to the future: how emerging information technology will impact operations and practiceV Elfrink
TeleHealth Inc, Frederick, MD, USA
Home Healthc Nurse 19:751-7. 2001..This article describes four emerging information technology trends that are currently influencing home care nursing and presents future implications...
- Assisting primary care practices in using office systems to promote early childhood developmentPeter A Margolis
Center for Health Care Quality, Division of Health Policy and Clinical Effectiveness, Cincinnati Children s Hospital Medical Center, Cincinnati, Ohio 45299, USA
Ambul Pediatr 8:383-7. 2008..The aim of this study was to use family-centered measures to estimate the effect of a collaborative quality improvement program designed to help practices implement systems to promote early childhood development services...
- [New guidelines for data protection. You may now use your pc for internet access, but...]Anke Thomas
MMW Fortschr Med 150:10. 2008
- Patient monitoring on local area networks... Considerations for building a networkKelvin H Okumura
Philips Medical Systems, USA
Biomed Instrum Technol . 2004
- A microcomputer program for hydropathic analysis of proteins with I/O through word processing and graphics softwareM J Weise
Department of Neurology, Medical University of South Carolina, Charleston 29425
Comput Appl Biosci 2:103-6. 1986..The program is capable of unattended analysis from a list of up to 15 input files...
- Technological stress: psychophysiological aspects of working with modern information technologyB B Arnetz
National Institute for Psychosocial Factors and Health, Stockholm, Sweden
Scand J Work Environ Health 23:97-103. 1997..There appears to be an increased awareness of human aspects when the risks and benefits of the rapid spread of information technologies are discussed...
- Relationship between active cervical range of motion and flexion-relaxation ratio in asymptomatic computer workersWon Gyu Yoo
Department of Physical Therapy, College of Biomedical Science and Engineering, The Graduate School, Inje University, and Dong Rae Wooridul Hospital, Gyeongsangnam do, Republic of Korea
J Physiol Anthropol 30:203-7. 2011..In addition, muscular dysfunction of the CES could occur in regular computer workers prior to occurrence of pain; this means that the FR ratio could be used to evaluate the potential risk of neck discomfort in computer workers...
- E-services: the business case for implementation in today's dental practiceRon Cavola
Dent Today 24:120-1. 2005
- Measuring and improving preventive care for patients with diabetes in primary health centersTodd S Harwell
Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, Helena 59620 2951, USA
Am J Med Qual 17:179-84. 2002..Also, our findings suggest that over a relatively short-term period, cross-sectional and cohort analyses of quality improvement measures do yield similar measures of diabetes care in such settings...
- [Introducing computer units into the reception office as part of the Vrapce Psychiatric Hospital Information System]Zeljko Majdancić
Psihijatrijska bolnica Vrapce, Zagreb, Hrvatska
Acta Med Croatica 59:179-84. 2005....
- Pervasive clinical computing: 64-bit computing--time to trade up?Bryan Bergeron
Faculty of the Health Sciences and Technology division of Harvard Medical School and MIT, practices medical informatics at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, USA
MedGenMed 6:55. 2004
- Office workers and video display terminals: physical, psychological and ergonomic factorsPatricia Hyland Travers
Department of Neurology and Environmental Health, Boston University School of Medicine and Public Health, Occupational Health Program, Boston University Medical Center, Boston, Massachusetts, USA
AAOHN J 50:489-93. 2002..Most importantly, a trend in symptomatology was identified, whereby symptoms appeared to increase as duration of VDT exposure increased...
- Dental computing, some small steps: working smarter is easier and saves moneyBruce A Stephenson
Dent Today 21:82-4, 86-8. 2002
- [What you should be aware of when changing your computer system--II]Michael Baruch
Klin Monbl Augenheilkd 220:723-4. 2003
- Computer use by family physicians in the United StatesG T Schmittling
Division of Research and Information Services, American Academy of Family Physicians, Kansas City, Missouri 64114
J Fam Pract 29:198-200. 1989..Approximately two in five indicated that they have a personal or home computer. It is estimated that approximately 65% of AAFP active members have access to a computer either at home or at their office...
- Electronic booking of hospital appointmentsM Shah
Lancet 361:1306. 2003
- Is there a digital divide among physicians? A geographic analysis of information technology in Southern California physician officesDouglas S Bell
UCLA Division of General Internal Medicine and Health Services Research, 911 Broxton Plaza, Room 314, Los Angeles, CA 90095 1736, USA
J Am Med Inform Assoc 10:484-93. 2003..The aim of this study was to determine whether physician offices located in high-minority and low-income neighborhoods have different levels of access to information technology than offices located in lower-minority and higher-income areas...
- ASSESSING PEOPLE TRACKING FOR ELDERLY HEALTH CARELLOYD KONNEKER; Fiscal Year: 1992..application not only for health-care of the elderly in the home, but for health-care in hospitals and nursing homes, for home automation, and for office automation. People-tracking systems can also be used in research on falls.
- Non-exercise Activity Thermogenesis (NEAT)James Levine; Fiscal Year: 2005..In addition, these studies may provide information regarding the pathogenesis of obesity and potentially into novel modalities for preventing and treating obesity. ..
- NEAT & Physical Activity Assessment in the ElderlyJames Levine; Fiscal Year: 2006..These studies may potentially guide us to devise novel strategies to prevent sarcopenia and promote physical activity in the elderly. [unreadable] [unreadable]..
- Nutritional Restriction and Activity ThermogenesisJames Levine; Fiscal Year: 2007..1 2 Description, ..
- Instruments for measuring physical activityJames Levine; Fiscal Year: 2008..This should allow us to better define the role of physical activity in health and disease. ..