Health informatics

Developing an intelligent, socially-oriented search recommendation service for electronic health records

This project researched the development of a search query recommendation service for health practitioners and researchers to help professionals retrieve information from electronic health records more easily and efficiently when using full-text search engines. This recommendation service would also allow users to develop and refine search queries for more effective searches in the future.

Supporting self-management in bipolar disorder with mobile technology

Proposed by UMSI Assistant Professor Predrag Klasnja, this project aims to utilize user-centered design process to develop a mobile-phone application that leverages passive mood tracking to support self-management in bipolar disorder. Paul Resnick, professor in the School of Information, and Emily Mower Provost, assistant professor in Computer Science and Engineering, are collaborating with Klasnja on this project.


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