AMIA 2016 Keywords

Thoughtful classification of your submission helps to ensure that each submission is reviewed by persons knowledgeable about its content. In addition, it helps greatly in structuring the meeting sessions, allowing better grouping of papers and presentations by area of interest. We recognize that no classification system is perfect and ask you to use your best judgment in making these determinations.

Each submission should have up to three associated keywords to help in the selection of well-matched reviewers.

  • Administrative Systems
  • Chronic care management (clinicians)
  • Clinical Systems Implementation
  • Clinical Systems Evaluation
  • Clinical Decision Support
  • Clinical Guidelines
  • Clinical Imaging
  • Clinical information Systems
  • Clinical research informatics
  • Consumer health informatics and personal health records
  • Controlled terminologies, ontologies, and vocabularies
  • Data mining and statistical data analysis
  • Delivering health information and knowledge to the public
  • Diagnostic systems
  • Discharge transitions of care
  • Education and Training
  • Global health informatics/informatics in resource-poor settings
  • Health Information Exchange
  • Healthcare Quality
  • Human-computer interaction
  • Information Integration from diverse sources
  • Information Science and Retrieval
  • Information Visualization
  • Knowledge representation and information modeling
  • Legal, ethical, and regulatory issues
  • Mixed Methods (combining qualitative and quantitative approaches)
  • Mobile health (clinicians)
  • Mobile health (patients & consumers)
  • Multimedia and Image Processing and Analysis
  • Natural language processing and text mining
  • Patient Safety
  • Physiologic modeling and disease processes
  • Public health informatics
  • Qualitative Methods (Including ethnographic field studies)
  • Security and privacy
  • Simulation of complex systems
  • Social media and online health communities
  • Standards & Interoperability
  • Surveillance
  • Surveys and needs analysis
  • Telemedicine
  • Tracking and self-management systems
  • Translational bioinformatics
  • Ubiquitous computing and sensors
  • Usability Testing
  • User-centered Design Methods (includes prototyping)
  • Workflow