William A. Knaus

According to our database1, William A. Knaus authored at least 19 papers between 1999 and 2013.

Collaborative distances :
  • Dijkstra number2 of five.
  • Erdős number3 of four.

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2013
Need for an Automated EMR Linked Genetics Referral Tool.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2013, 2013

2008
A random effects four-part model, with application to correlated medical costs.
Computational Statistics & Data Analysis, 2008

2007
Relemed: sentence-level search engine with relevance score for the MEDLINE database of biomedical articles.
BMC Med. Inf. & Decision Making, 2007

2006
Locating previously unknown patterns in data-mining results: a dual data- and knowledge-mining method.
BMC Med. Inf. & Decision Making, 2006

Data mining and clinical data repositories: Insights from a 667, 000 patient data set.
Comp. in Bio. and Med., 2006

2002
Implementation Brief: A User-centered Model for Web Site Design: Needs Assessment, User Interface Design, and Rapid Prototyping.
JAMIA, 2002

Introducing an academic data warehouse into the undergraduate medical curriculum.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2002, 2002

Design Approach for Integration of Demographic, Biologic, and Clinical Data.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2002, 2002

2001
Use of ID Practices for User Interface Design: Needs Assessment, Needs Analysis, and Evolutionary Rapid Prototyping for a Family Health History Web Site.
Proceedings of WebNet 2001, 2001

Best Practices for Heuristic Evaluation, Usability Testing and Redesign for Health-Related Web Sites.
Proceedings of the MEDINFO 2001, 2001

The Resident Assessment Performance System (RAPS): User-centered Design for a Web-based Tool.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2001, 2001

The Importance of Heuristic Evaluation and Usability Testing in the User Interface Design for a Family Health History Web Site.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2001, 2001

HealthHeritage: A Web-based Family Health History Tool.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2001, 2001

Evaluation of a Web-based Tool to Gather and Assess Family Health History.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2001, 2001

2000
Use of Best Design Practices for a Family Health History Web Site: Needs Assessment, Rapid Prototyping, and a Focus on the User Interface.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2000, 2000

A Knowledge Framework for Representing Family Health History.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2000, 2000

Securing the HealthHeritage Web, A Family Health History Web Site.
Proceedings of the AMIA 2000, 2000

1999

The Development of a Web-Based Family Health History Collection Tool.
Proceedings of the AMIA 1999, 1999


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