Hsiao AL., Fenick AM., Using a Scripted Data Entry Process to Transfer Legacy Immunization Data While Transitioning Between Electronic Medical Record Systems, Appl Clin Inform. 2014 Mar 26;5(1):284-98. doi: 10.4338/ACI-2013-11-RA-0096
Michel, JJ., Shiffman, RN. Representing Clinical Guidance Using the Quality Data Model, NLM Informatics Fellowship Conference, Madison, WI, 2012 (Abstract, Presented June 2012)
Michel, JJ., Karavite, D., Grundmeier R., Shiffman RN. Using GEM to assess for absence of clarity in two guidelines for premature infants, Healthcare Informatics Symposium, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 2012 (Abstract, Presented April 2012)
Posters and Presentations
Michel, JJ., Herrman A., Mui M., DeRusso P. Preparing for a childhood obesity clinical decision support intervention: Using data and feedback to determine the intervention targets., Healthcare Informatics Symposium, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 2014 (Poster, Presented April 2014)
Duffy, E., Michel, JJ., Jue, J., Erinoff, E., Coats, V., Mann, J., Temin, S Translating Recommendations into Clinical Decision Support: CancerLinQ Prototype Experience, G-I-N Conference, 2013, (Poster, Presented August 2013)
Michel, JJ., Hsiao, AL., Fenick, AM. Using Scripted Data Entry for Immunization Legacy Data during an EMR Conversion Healthcare Informatics Symposium, The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, 2013 (Poster, Presented April 2013
Leadership and Memberships
Memberships in Professional Organizations
2008-present, American Academy of Pediatrics
2011-present, American Medical Informatics Association
Patient Experience Ratings
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