... a PubMed search including subject terms and other keywords. Areas of coverage include implementation, attitudes, beliefs and use, data privacy, health data standards, and consumer access to the EHR and personal health records... [and] retrieves literature in many languages and from more than 27,000 PubMed citations, including research from many countries.Cool! I took it for a 91 second test drive using Jing and I'm not too sure about the last part of the query. Take a look and feel free to use my internal audio of 'PEW-PEW-PEW-PEW!' as I minimize each of the fields in Advanced Search:
The snippet I cut was
AND (j ahima [ta]
OR j am med inform assoc [ta]
OR amia annu symp proc [ta]
OR health data manag [ta]
OR int j med inform [ta]
OR yearb med inform [ta]
OR telemed j e health [ta]
OR stud health technol inform [ta])
I'm not certain what the rationale is to construct such a comprehensive search then limit it to this handful of (admittedly great) sources. Are the 3,961 other articles about EHRs in different journals/sources less worthy? What do you think? I'll dig in to take a closer look later.
Do check out the EHR Information Resources below the query, there were links to other federal agencies and some associations & foundations I didn't know about.