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2016 Vol.34, N°5 - Suppl.101 - Table of contents

Information Technology in RheumatologyTitle: Information Technology in Rheumatology

Guest Editors: T. Pincus, J. Braun, A. Kavanaugh, A. Ravelli, J.S. Smolen

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Introduction

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Information technology in rheumatology
T. Pincus, J. Braun, A. Kavanaugh, A. Ravelli, J. Smolen › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Patient questionnaires and measures

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Digital health assessment in rheumatology: current and future possibilities
F. Catarinella, W. Bos › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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RADAI-5 and electronic monitoring tools
B. Leeb, H. Brezinschek, B. Rintelen › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Information technology in paediatric rheumatology
A. Consolaro, E. Morgan, G. Giancane, S. Rosina, S. Lanni, A. Ravelli › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Electronic multidimensional health assessment questionnaire (eMDHAQ): past, present and future of a proposed single data management system for clinical care, research, quality improvement, and monitoring of long-term outcomes
T. Pincus › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Automated joint space width quantification of hand and wrist joints: a proof of concept study
Y. Huo, R. Veldhuizen, D. van der Heijde, N. Besselink, J. Jacobs, J. van Laar, M. Viergever, K. Vincken, F. Lafeber, M. de Hair; on behalf of the Society for Rheumatology Research Utrecht investigators › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Indices

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The Disease Activity Score (DAS) and the Disease Activity Score using 28 joint counts (DAS28) in the management of rheumatoid arthritis
P. van Riel, L. Renskers › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Information technology concerning SDAI and CDAI
D. Aletaha, M. Bécède, J. Smolen › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Electronic eRAPID3 (Routine Assessment of Patient Index Data): opportunities and complexities
T. Pincus › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Health information technologies in systemic lupus erythematosus: focus on patient assessment
C. Tani, L. Trieste, V. Lorenzoni, S. Cannizzo, G. Turchetti, M. Mosca › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Electronic assessment of disease activity and functioning in patients with axial spondyloarthritis: challenges and unmet needs
U. Kiltz, A. Boonen, J. Braun, J. Richter › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
Studies, databases and registries

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Electronic health records in rheumatology: emphasis on automated scoring and additional use
J. Richter, G. Chehab, M. Schneider › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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The Computer Assisted Management in Early Rheumatoid Arthritis programme tool used in the CAMERA-I and CAMERA-II studies
J. Jacobs; on behalf of the Utrecht Rheumatoid Arthritis Cohort study group › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Implementing the findings of the TICOPA trial in clinical practice: challenges in implementation and how information technology can bridge the gap
L. Coates › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Using an electronic platform interactively to improve treatment outcome in patients with rheumatoid arthritis: new developments from the DANBIO registry
M. Hetland, N. Krogh, K. Hørslev-Petersen, B. Schiøttz-Christensen, I. Sørensen, J. Dorte Vendelbo › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Primary and secondary patient data in contrast: the use of observational studies like RABBIT
A. Richter, Y. Meißner, A. Strangfeld, A. Zink › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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2016,34,5,Suppl.101
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Ten years of METEOR (an international rheumatoid arthritis registry): development, research opportunities and future perspectives
S. Bergstra, P. Machado, R. van den Berg, R. Landewé, T. Huizinga › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Go, go, GoTreatIT!
T. Sokka › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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The Corrona US registry of rheumatic and autoimmune diseases
J. Kremer › Free to View
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The National Data Bank for Rheumatic Diseases (NDB)
K. Michaud › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract
 

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Overview of the American College of Rheumatology’s Electronic Health Record-Enabled Registry: The Rheumatology Informatics System for Effectiveness
M. Francisco, T. Johansson, S. Kazi › Free to View
Rheumatology ArticleRheumatology Abstract