Advertisement

Google Support JOSMC and Linux Medical News, buy Linux Medical News Apparel here.

 up a level
 Goals of JOSMC
 Subscribe
 post article
 search
 Editorial Policy
 Editorial Board
 Contact
 admin


  AIM: High Rates of Adverse Drug Events in a Highly Computerized Hospital
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing Posted by Ignacio Valdes, MD, MS on Monday, May 30 2005 @ 03:08 PM
Z The Archives of Internal Medicine have a report about high rates of adverse drug effects in a hospital that is highly computerized: '...Among 937 hospital admissions, 483 clinically significant inpatient [Adverse Drug Effects] ADEs were identified, accounting for 52 ADEs per 100 admissions and an incidence density of 70 ADEs per 1000 patient-days. One quarter of the hospitalizations had at least 1 ADE. Of all ADEs, 9% resulted in serious harm, 22% in additional monitoring and interventions, 32% in interventions alone, and 11% in monitoring alone; 27% should have resulted in additional interventions or monitoring. Medication errors contributed to 27% of these ADEs. Errors associated with ADEs occurred in the following stages: 61% ordering, 25% monitoring, 13% administration, 1% dispensing, and 0% transcription. The medical record reflected recognition of 76% of the ADEs. Conclusions High rates of ADEs may continue to occur after implementation of CPOE and related computerized medication systems that lack decision support for drug selection, dosing, and monitoring...'
Read More...

  Application Integration for Free Open Source Medical Software: A Case Study
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing Posted by Kip Canfield on Monday, February 02 2004 @ 03:54 PM
Canfield, Kip, Application Integration for Free Open Source Medical Software: A Case Study, Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing 2004 February, 2 Vol.1(2) Read the full text of the article.
Read More...

  A Flexible Software Architecture for Presentation Layers
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing Posted by Jens Bohl on Friday, June 27 2003 @ 01:48 AM
Jens Bohl, Christian Heller, Torsten Kunze, Ilka Philippow, A Flexible Software Architecture for Presentation Layers demonstrated on Medical Documentation with Episodes and Inclusion of Topological Report
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing 2003 June, 26 Vol.1(1) Read the full text of article
Read More...
(1 comment)

  First Call for Papers Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing Posted by Ignacio Valdes, MD, MS on Thursday, November 30 2000 @ 01:18 AM
The Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing (JOSMC) is open and issuing its first call for papers. The Journal was started after the success of Linux Medical News indicated the need for a more scholarly publication. The Journal '...is an electronic forum for disseminating information on free and open source medical computing. Scholarly work on any aspect of free and open source medical computing will be considered for peer-reviewed publication...' Read the editorial guidelines for information on submitting articles, editorials or features. A list of subject areas that the journal accepts for publication are included below:
Read More...
( 696 bytes in body)

  Welcome to the Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing Posted by Ignacio Valdes, MD, MS on Saturday, November 18 2000 @ 12:04 AM
Welcome to the Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing a place for peer-reviewed, scholarly articles and editorials on free and open source medical software. Read the goals of JOSMC and editorial guidelines for information on how to submit articles.
Read More...

  Request for Comment
Journal of Free and Open Source Medical Computing Posted by Ignacio Valdes, MD, MS on Saturday, November 18 2000 @ 12:03 AM
Please comment on what you think this journal should be.
Read More...

  Features
If you wish to create a Editorial article, just submit an article and prefix it's title with Editorial:.

Update: 05/01 04:43 by Editor:

  Older Stuff

Older Articles

There are no previous articles.

  Reviews
Reviews is josmc.org's section for product or book reviews.

If you wish to create a Review for a product or book, just submit an article and prefix it's title with Review:.

Then you can just send Editor an email to add your product or book review to this section.

Update: 05/01 04:43 by Editor:

  Request for Comments
Request For Comments is josmc.org's section for requesting comments on proposals submitted.

If you wish to create a Request for Comment document, just submit an article and prefix it's title with RFC:.



Update: 05/01 04:43 by Editor:

  Quick Links

Linux Medical News -- Updated practically every day, news in the fast-paced open source medial world.

Linux Medical News projects page -- tracking the 43+ open source medical software projects currently in existence.

American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA)

Internet News Network:
Real Estate Investing News
Home Building and Remodeling News
Brain Imaging News
Houston Shopping News
Linux Medical News

Update: 05/01 04:43 by Editor:

Google
 
Web www.linuxmednews.com
www.josmc.org
Powered by Zope  Squishdot Powered
 
All trademarks and copyrights on this page are ©2000 Journal of Open Source Medical Computing.
[ home | post article | search | admin ]