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JAMIA: Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association

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JAMIA, the bimonthly journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, presents peer-reviewed articles on the spectrum of health care informatics in research, teaching, and application.

JAMIA presents peer-reviewed articles that describe key perspectives, novel applications, and leading-edge original investigations in the field. Readers include healthcare professionals, biomedical informaticians, computer and information scientists, administrators, and their students. Contributors develop healthcare informatics models, applications, and standards that JAMIA readers apply to clinical practice, teaching, research, and healthcare administration. JAMIA has an established reputation for presenting high-quality, timely information. Each issue contains state-of-the-art reviews, original articles, and editorials. A variety of formats accommodates work at all stages, from model formulation to initial case reports, through definitive evaluation studies and higher-level perspectives.


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