Dean Forrest Sittig, PhD

UTHealth School of Biomedical Informatics 
"Dean Sittig"
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Singh H, Sittig DF, Gandhi TK. (2020) Fighting a common enemy: a catalyst to close intractable safety gaps. Bmj Quality & Safety
Sittig DF, Ash JS, Wright A, et al. (2020) How can we partner with electronic health record vendors on the complex journey to safer health care? Journal of Healthcare Risk Management : the Journal of the American Society For Healthcare Risk Management
Singh H, Sittig DF. (2020) A Sociotechnical Framework for Safety-Related Electronic Health Record Research Reporting: The SAFER Reporting Framework. Annals of Internal Medicine. 172: S92-S100
Sittig DF, Singh H. (2020) COVID-19 and the Need for a National Health Information Technology Infrastructure. Jama
King AJ, Cooper GF, Clermont G, et al. (2020) Leveraging Eye Tracking to Prioritize Relevant Medical Record Data: Comparative Machine Learning Study. Journal of Medical Internet Research. 22: e15876
Brunner MC, Sheehan SE, Yanke EM, et al. (2020) Joint Design with Providers of Clinical Decision Support for Value-Based Advanced Shoulder Imaging. Applied Clinical Informatics. 11: 142-152
Sheehan SE, Safdar N, Singh H, et al. (2020) Detection and Remediation of Misidentification Errors in Radiology Examination Ordering. Applied Clinical Informatics. 11: 79-87
Dullabh P, Hovey L, Heaney-Huls K, et al. (2020) Application Programming Interfaces in Health Care: Findings from a Current-State Sociotechnical Assessment. Applied Clinical Informatics. 11: 59-69
King AJ, Cooper GF, Clermont G, et al. (2019) Using Machine Learning to Selectively Highlight Patient Information. Journal of Biomedical Informatics. 103327
McCoy AB, Wright A, Sittig DF. (2019) Multi-Institutional, Large-Scale, International Applied Clinical Informatics Research Through the Clinical Informatics Research Collaborative (CIRCLE). Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 264: 1730-1731
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