Publications

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  • "A Method of Assessment of Reliability of Coding Clinical terms to ICD-10 and ICPC Using ENCODE-FM©, a Primary Care Controlled Clinical Terminology". Abstract
  • "Reliability Issues in Coding Encounters in Primary Care Using an ICPC/ICD-10-based Controlled Clinical Terminology". Abstract

  • "Why Electronic Medical Records in Primary Care Fail". Abstract

  • Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR, Viner GS, "Evaluation of Controlled Medical Terminologies for use at the Point of Service in Primary Care Electronic Records". Canadian Organization for the Advancement of Computers in Health (COACH) Conference Scientific Proceedings 1996, Vol 21: 27-35.

  • Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR, and Viner GS. ENCODE-FM /CODE-MF: (Electronic Nomenclature and Classification Of Disorders and Encounters for Family Medicine/Codification Electronique pour la Medecine Familiale), Book., INSITE-Family Medicine Inc., Copyright 1997. (ISBN 0-88927-029-5).

  • Bernstein RM, Hollingworth GR and Viner G. ENCODE-FM: (Electronic Nomenclature and Classification Of Disorders and Encounters for Family Medicine): An ICPC-based Controlled Clinical Terminology for Use in Primary Care Electronic Records. in The Clinical Practice Management Network, Final Report, Feasibility Phase, PP 125-131. The College of Family Physicians of Canada, 2630 Skymark Ave., Mississauga, Ontario Canada, L4W 5A4, May, 1996. (ISBN# 1-896014-14-3)

  • "Prompting for Cost-Effective Test Ordering: A Randomized Controlled Trial". Abstract

  • Viner G, Hollingworth GR, Bernstein R, "SIN-FM: A Short Indexed Nomenclature of Family Medicine", Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 1994, 18: 1032.

  • "Prompting Physicians For Cost-Effective Test Ordering in the Low Prevalence Conditions of Family Medicine". Abstract

  • Bernstein R, Hollingworth GR, Viner G. "Family Practice Informatics: Research Issues in Computerized Medical Records", Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 1993, 17: 93-97.