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Biography

Prof. William Edward Hammond II

Duke Center for Health Informatics, Duke Translational Medicine Institute

Duke University, USA

Emeritus Professor


Email: william.hammond@duke.edu


Qualifications

1967 Ph.D., Electrical Engineering, Duke University

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


Selected Publications

Original Peer Reviewed Reports

  1. Hammond WE, Brennan PF, Cooper GF, “Accelerating U.S. EHR Adoption: How to Get There From Here. Recommendations Based on 2004 ACMI Retreat,” Blackford Middleton, International Journal of Medical Informatics; vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 13-19; Jan/Feb 2005.
  2. Parkerson GR, Hammond WE, Michner JL, et al,  “Risk classification of adult primary care patients by self-reported quality of life,” Medical Care, vol. 43(2), pp. 189-93; Feb 2005
  3. Hammond WE, “The Making and Adoption of Health Data Standards,” Health Affairs, vol. 24, no. 5, pp. 1205-1213, September/October 2005, vol. 24(5) pp. 1205-13.
  4. Ferranti JM, Musser RC, Kawamoto K, Hammond WE, “The Clinical Document Architecture and the Continuity of Care Record: A Critical Analysis,” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association; vol. 3, pp. 245-252; 2006.
  5. Safran C, Bloomrosen M, Hammond WE, Labkoff S., Markel-Fox S, Tang P, Detmer D,  “Toward a national framework for the secondary use of health data: an American medical informatics association white paper,” Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association; vol. 14, pp. 1-9; 2007.
  6. McCourt BA, Harrington RA, Fox K, Hamilton CD, Booher K, Hammond WE, Walden A, Nahm M,  “Data Standards:  At the Intersection of Sites, Clinical Research Networks, and Standard Development Initiatives,” Drug Information Journal; vol 41, pp. 393-404; 2007.
  7. McCourt BA, Harrington RA, Fox K, Hamilton CD, Booher K, Hammond WE, Walden A, Nahm M,  “Data Standards:  At the Intersection of Sites, Clinical Research Networks, and Standard Development Initiatives,” Drug Information Journal; vol. 41, pp. 393-404; 2007.
  8. Hammond WE and McCourt B, “Making Sense of Standards,” Journal of AHIMA; vol.78 (8), pp. 60-61; 2007.
  9. Hammond WE, “eHealth interoperability,” Stud Health Technol Inform., vol. 134, pp. 245-253; 2008.
  10. Hammond WE, Jaffee C, Kush RD, “Healthcare Standards Development: The Value of Nurturing Collaboration,” Journal of AHIMA; vol. 80(7), pp. 44-50; 2009.
  11. Jaffe C., Hammond WE, Quinn J, Dolin RH, “Healthcare IT Standards and Standards Development Process: Lessons Learned from Health Level 7.” Intel Technical Journal, vol. 13(3); pp. 58-79; 2009.
  12. Hammond WE, “Realizing the potential of healthcare information technology to enhance global health,” Stud Health Technol Inform., vol. 150, pp. 8-13; 2009. PMID.1974525500.001.
  13. Bloble B, Chronaki C, Stegwee R, Grain H, Hammond WE, Jaffe C, Kalra D, Macart F, Sabutsch S, Sheetham E, Schulz S, Tan M, HL7 Affiliates Council, “HL7’s comprehensive standards set and its international collaboration for enabling semantically interoperable eHealth and pHealth solutions,” Stud Health Technol Inform., vol. 150, pp. 982-986; 2009.
  14. Hammond WE, “Seamless Care: What is it; what is its value; what does it require; when might we get it?” In: Blobel B, Hvannberg E, Gunnarsdóttir V (Eds.) Seamless Care – Safe Care:  The Challenges of Interoperability and Patient Safety in Health Care; vol. 155, pp. 3-13, IOS Press, Amsterdam, 2010.
  15. Hammond WE, Bailey C, Boucher P, Spohr M, Whitaker P, “Connecting information to improve health,” Health Aff, vol. 29 (2), pp. 284-288; 2010.

Books and Book Reviews

  1. Hammond WE, Review of “The Growth of Medical Information Systems in the United States,” by Donald AB Lindberg, For Health Services Resources; 15 (3), pp 314-315; July 1980.
  2. Bakker, AR, Ehlers, CTh, Bryant JR, Hammond, WE (eds.), Hospital Information Systems: Scope-Design-Architecture. Proceedings of the IMIA Working Conference on Hospital Information Systems; Gottingen, Germany, Sept. 7-11, 1991, Amsterdam:  North-Holland Publishing, 1992.
  3. Hammond WE, Bakker AR, Ball, MJ (eds.), Information Systems with Fading Boundaries; Limerick, Ireland: Elsevier Science Ireland, Ltd., 1995.
  4. Hammond WE, Review of Health Information and Health Reform: Understanding the Need for a National Health Information System by Karen A. Duncan, For the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association; vol. 2, no. 5, pp. 292-293; Sept/Oct 1995.
  5. Hammond WE, “eHealth Interoperability”, In eHealth: Combining Health Telematics, Telemedicine, Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics to the Edge; B. Blobel, P. Pharow and M. Nerlich (eds.), Amsterdam: IOS Press, 2008.

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