In this issue: Prerequisites for precision medicine are genomics, computerised medical record systems, and big data analytics

Simon de Lusignan

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Ronquillo, Weng, Lester Assessing the readiness of precision... Proper reference for paper 918

de Lusignan S. Codes, classifications, terminologies and nomenclatures: definition, development and application in practice. Inform Prim Care.2005;13(1):65-70.

de Lusignan S, Chan T, Jones S. Large complex terminologies: more coding choice, but harder to find data--reflections on introduction of SNOMED CT (Systematized Nomenclature of Medicine--Clinical Terms) as an NHS standard. Inform Prim Care. 2011;19(1):3-5.

de Lusignan S, Barlow J, Scott P. Genesis of a UK Faculty of Clinical Informatics at a time of anticipation for some, and ruby, golden and diamond celebrations for others. Editorial for Issue 4 please add the citation.

Thomas Increasing the efficiency of medical... Proper reference for paper 885

Ryan, Shadd, Maddocks, Stewart,...Methods to Describe Referral Patterns... Proper reference for paper 888

de Lusignan S, Cashman J, Poh N, Michalakidis G, Mason A, Desombre T, Krause P. Conducting requirements analyses for research using routinely collected health data: a model driven approach. Stud Health Technol Inform. 2012;180:1105-7.

Paterson, McAulay, McKinstry Integrating third-party telehealth... Proper reference for paper 915

Chaudhry, Mannan, Gibson-White, Syed,... Research Outputs of England’s... Proper reference for paper 949

Nicholson The Multimorbidity Cluster Analysis... Proper reference for paper 962

Schattner P, Barker F, de Lusignan S. Minimally disruptive medicine is needed for patients with multimorbidity: time to develop computerised medical record systems to meet this requirement. J Innov Health Inform. 2015 Feb 19;22(1):250-4. doi: 10.14236/jhi.v22i1.136.




DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.14236/jhi.v24i4.1009

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