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Medical Informatics and Pediatrics-Reply

Medical Informatics and Pediatrics-Reply Abstract We, too, are pleased by the contributions that the Archives has made to the medical informatics literature. It is noteworthy that from a historical perspective, the American Journal of Diseases of Children had a reputation for publishing landmark articles dealing with medical informatics issues of interest to pediatricians, such as the initial references describing the MEDITEL system.1,2 The Archives appears to be carrying on that tradition, which takes on special significance in the managed care era, when there is a burgeoning interest in medical informatics by most health care providers and administrators. The letter by Drs Spooner and Traczy-Harnoch alludes to yet another topic that is undoubtedly of interest to this audience; namely, uses of the Internet for pediatricians. Dr Spooner is to be congratulated for his excellent article, "On-line Resources for Pediatricians" that appeared in the Archives last year.3 We eagerly await other informatics articles published in References 1. Swender PT, Tunnessen WWJr, Oski FA. Computer-assisted diagnosis . AJDC . 1974;127:859-861. 2. Wexler JR, Swender PT, Tunnessen WWJr, Oski FA. Impact of a system of computer-assisted diagnosis: initial evaluation of the hospitalized patient . AJDC . 1974;129:203-205. 3. Spooner SA. On-line resources for pediatricians . Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med . 1995;149:1160-1168.Crossref http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent Medicine American Medical Association

Medical Informatics and Pediatrics-Reply

Abstract

Abstract We, too, are pleased by the contributions that the Archives has made to the medical informatics literature. It is noteworthy that from a historical perspective, the American Journal of Diseases of Children had a reputation for publishing landmark articles dealing with medical informatics issues of interest to pediatricians, such as the initial references describing the MEDITEL system.1,2 The Archives appears to be carrying on that tradition, which takes on special significance in the...
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Publisher
American Medical Association
Copyright
Copyright © 1996 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
ISSN
1072-4710
eISSN
1538-3628
DOI
10.1001/archpedi.1996.02170330108024
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Abstract

Abstract We, too, are pleased by the contributions that the Archives has made to the medical informatics literature. It is noteworthy that from a historical perspective, the American Journal of Diseases of Children had a reputation for publishing landmark articles dealing with medical informatics issues of interest to pediatricians, such as the initial references describing the MEDITEL system.1,2 The Archives appears to be carrying on that tradition, which takes on special significance in the managed care era, when there is a burgeoning interest in medical informatics by most health care providers and administrators. The letter by Drs Spooner and Traczy-Harnoch alludes to yet another topic that is undoubtedly of interest to this audience; namely, uses of the Internet for pediatricians. Dr Spooner is to be congratulated for his excellent article, "On-line Resources for Pediatricians" that appeared in the Archives last year.3 We eagerly await other informatics articles published in References 1. Swender PT, Tunnessen WWJr, Oski FA. Computer-assisted diagnosis . AJDC . 1974;127:859-861. 2. Wexler JR, Swender PT, Tunnessen WWJr, Oski FA. Impact of a system of computer-assisted diagnosis: initial evaluation of the hospitalized patient . AJDC . 1974;129:203-205. 3. Spooner SA. On-line resources for pediatricians . Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med . 1995;149:1160-1168.Crossref

Journal

Archives of Pediatrics & Adolescent MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Aug 1, 1996

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