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    First name: Frank Y.
    Last name: Chang
    DBLP: 47/7364
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    Maxim Topaz, Diane L. Seger, Kenneth H. Lai, Paige G. Wickner, Foster R. Goss, Neil Dhopeshwarkar, Frank Y. Chang, David W. Bates, Li Zhou.
    High Override Rate for Opioid Drug-allergy Interaction Alerts: Current Trends and Recommendations for Future.
    MEDINFO 2015: eHealth-enabled Health - Proceedings of the 15th World Congress on Health and Biomedical Informatics, São Paulo, Brazil, 19-23 August 2015 2015 (0) 2015
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    Sarah A. Collins, Ann C. Hurley, Frank Y. Chang, Anisha R. Illa, Angela Benoit, Sarah Laperle, Patricia C. Dykes.
    Content and functional specifications for a standards-based multidisciplinary rounding tool to maintain continuity across acute and critical care.
    JAMIA 2014, Volume 21 (0) 2014
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    Li Zhou, Anastasiya Shakurova, Lipika Samal, Qoua L. Her, Frank Y. Chang, David W. Bates.
    Integration of an NLP-based Application to Support Medication Management.
    AMIA 2013, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Washington, DC, USA, November 16-20, 2013 2013 (0) 2013
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    Li Zhou, Joseph M. Plasek, Lisa M. Mahoney, Frank Y. Chang, Dana DiMaggio, Roberto A. Rocha.
    Mapping Partners Master Drug Dictionary to RxNorm using an NLP-based approach.
    Journal of Biomedical Informatics 2012, Volume 45 (0) 2012
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    Anisha R. Illa, Patricia C. Dykes, Frank Y. Chang, Angela Benoit, Ann C. Hurley, Sarah Collins.
    Mapping HL7 vMR to CCD and Hospital Handoff Codes.
    AMIA 2012, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, November 3-7, 2012 2012 (0) 2012
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    Patricia C. Dykes, Evita I-Ching Hou, Jane Soukup, Frank Y. Chang, Stuart Lipsitz.
    A Case Control Study to Improve Accuracy of an Electronic Fall Prevention Toolkit.
    AMIA 2012, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, November 3-7, 2012 2012 (0) 2012
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    Li Zhou, Lisa M. Mahoney, Anastasiya Shakurova, Foster R. Goss, Frank Y. Chang, David W. Bates, Roberto A. Rocha.
    How Many Medications are Entered through Free-text in EHRs? - A Study on Hypoglycemic Agents.
    AMIA 2012, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Chicago, Illinois, USA, November 3-7, 2012 2012 (0) 2012
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    Patricia C. Dykes, Diane L. Carroll, Ann C. Hurley, Ronna Gersh-Zaremski, Ann Kennedy, Jan Kurowski, Kim Tierney, Angela Benoit, Frank Y. Chang, Stuart Lipsitz, Justine E. Pang, Ruslana Tsurikova, Lyubov Zuyev, Blackford Middleton.
    Fall TIPS: Strategies to Promote Adoption and Use of a Fall Prevention Toolkit.
    AMIA 2009, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, San Francisco, CA, USA, November 14-18, 2009 2009 (0) 2009
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    Denise Goldsmith, Lyubov Zuyev, Angie Benoit, Frank Y. Chang, Jan Horsky, Patricia C. Dykes.
    Usability Testing of a Falls Prevention Toolkit for an Inpatient Acute Care Setting.
    Connecting Health and Humans - Proceedings of NI2009, The 10th International Congress on Nursing Informatics, 28 June - 1 July 2009, Helsinki, Finland 2009 (0) 2009
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    Patricia C. Dykes, Diane L. Carroll, Angela Benoit, Amanda Coakley, Frank Y. Chang, Joanne Empoliti, Joan Gallagher, Cynthia Lasala, Rosemary O'Malley, Greg Rath, Judy Silva, Qi Li.
    A Randomized Trial of Standardized Nursing Patient Assessment Using Wireless Devices.
    AMIA 2007, American Medical Informatics Association Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL, USA, November 10-14, 2007 2007 (0) 2007
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