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Biography


Prof. William Edward Hammond

Duke Center for Health Informatics, Duke Translational Medicine Institute

Duke University, USA

Director


Department of Biomedical Engineering, Pratt School of Engineering

Duke University, USA

Professor Emeritus


Email: william.hammond@duke.edu


Qualifications

1967 Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Duke University

1957 B. S. E. E., Electrical Engineering, Duke University


Publications (selected)

  1. Garza M, Sahiti M, Nordo A, Eisenstein E, Hammond WE, Walden A, & Zozus M. eSource for Standardized Health Information Exchange in Clinical Research: A Systematic Review.Stud Health Technol Inform 257 (2019): 115-24.
  2. Nordo A, Eisenstein E, Garza M, Hammond WE, & Zozus M. Evaluative Outcomes in Direct Extraction and Use of EHR Data in Clinical Trials. Stud Health Technol Inform 257 (2019): 333-40.
  3. Hammond WE. (2018). How Do You Know When You Have Interoperability? European Journal for Biomedical Informatics; 24(3): 13-20.
  4. Hammond WE. (2017). A New World for Better Health. European Journal for Biomedical Informatics; 13(1): 3-8.
  5. Richesson RL, Green BB, Laws R, Puro J, Kahn MG, Bauck A, Smerek M, Van Eaton EG, Zozus M, Hammond WE, & Stephens KA. (2017). Pragmatic (trial) informatics: a perspective from the NIH Health Care Systems Research Collaboratory. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association; doi: 10.1093/jamia/ocx016.
  6. West, VL, Borland, D, & Hammond, WE. (2016). Multivariate Visualization of Longitudinal Clinical Data. IEEE.
  7. Zozus, MN, Richesson, RL, Walden, A, Tenenbaum, JD, & Hammond WE (2016). Research reproducibility in Longitudinal Multi-Center Studies Using Data from Electronic Health Records. AMIA Joint Summits on Translational Science proceedings; 279-285.
  8. Hammond WE, Greenes RA. (2016). Healthcare academic informatics and IT vendors - A modest proposal for a collaborative focus. Journal of Biomedical Informatics; 60: 363-4.
  9. Richardson KJ, Sengstack P, Doucette JN, Hammond WE, Schertz M, Thompson J, et al. (2016). Evaluation of Nursing Documentation Completion of Stroke Patients in the Emergency Department: A Pre-Post Analysis Using Flowsheet Templates and Clinical Decision Support. Computers, informatics, Nursing; CIN; 34(2): 62-70.
  10. West VL, Borland D, Hammond WE. (2015). Innovative Information Visualization of Electronic Health Record Data: A Systematic Review. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 1; 22 (2): 330-9.
  11. Sanborn TA, Tcheng JE, Anderson HV, Chambers CE, Cheatham SL, DeCaro MV, Durack JC, Everett AD, Gordon JB, Hammond WE, Hijazi ZM, Kashyap VS, Knudtson M, Landzberg MJ, Martinez-Rios MA, Riggs LA, Sim KH, Slotwiner DJ, Solomon H, Szeto WY, Weiner BH, Weintraub WS, & Windle JR. (2014). ACC/AHA/SCAI 2014 health policy statement on structured reporting for the cardiac catheterization laboratory: a report of the American College of Cardiology Clinical Quality Committee. Journal of the American College of Cardiology, 63(23): 2591-2623.
  12. Mohan V, Abbott P, Acteson S, Berner ES, Devlin C, Hammond WE, Kukafka R, & Hersh W. (2013). Design and Evaluation of the ONC Health Information Technology Curriculum. J Am Med Inform Association. (2013). [Epub ahead of print].
  13. Hammond WE, & Richesson R. (2012). Standards Development and the Future of Research Data Sources. Interoperability, and Exchange. In Clinical Research Informatics (1st ed.), Editors: Rachel L. Richesson and J.E. Andrews; London: 335-366; Springer.