Jonathan Nebeker, MD, MS

Research Interests

  • Adverse Drug Reaction Reporting Systems
  • Pharmacoepidemiology
  • Health Services Research
  • Drug Therapy, Computer-Assisted
  • Computerized Medical Decision Making

Languages

  • English
  • French

Academic Information

  • Departments: Internal Medicine - Professor
  • Divisions: Geriatrics

Board Certification

  • American Board of Internal Medicine (Internal Medicine)
  • American Board of Internal Medicine (Sub: Geriatric Medicine)
  • American Board of Preventive Medicine (Clinical Informatics)

Academic Office Information

  • 801-582-1565-Ext-2458
  • VA - Building #2
    Research
    500 S Foothill Dr, Room: 1A47
    Salt Lake City, UT 84148

Research Statement

Dr. Nebeker directs active research projects on translating theory from the cognitive and social sciences to guide the design of software for clinicians, for real-time surveillance of safe operation and safe use of EHR systems, and for design of information systems for real-time analytics.

Academic Bio

Dr. Nebeker is Deputy Chief Medical Informatics officer at Veterans Health Administration and tenured Professor of Medicine at the University of Utah. His degrees and training took pace at Harvard and the University of Pennsylvania.

At VA, he is the medical director of VA’s program to modernize its electronic health record system. He works with other federal agencies and industry associations to help VHA participate in markets of health IT and content. He also directs the product vision for the EHR systems to support Veteran-centric, team-based, quality-driven models of healthcare delivery.

His research has three areas of focus: adverse drug events, human interface design, and scientific computing. His work concerning the characterization, epidemiology, and prevention of adverse drug events is widely cited. Much of this work concerns how EHRs help or don’t help prevent these events. More recently, he has focused on translating basic science of cognitive and social psychology to medical informatics and EHR design. Randomized controlled trials of his novel user-interface designs have demonstrated increased accuracy of and decreased time to diagnosis of medical conditions. He is helping incorporate these lessons into the design of VA’s EHR systems. Finally, he led the establishment of VA’s scientific computing center and led architectural work for technologies to support epidemiology and natural language processing.

In addition to administrative and academic responsibilities, he practices geriatrics in Salt Lake City and looks forward to using the systems the VA team is creating.

Education History

Type School Degree
Fellowship University of Utah School of Medicine
Geriatrics
Fellow
Residency Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center
Internal Medicine
Resident
Internship New England Deaconess Hospital
Internal Medicine
Intern
Professional Medical University of Pennsylvania
Medicine
M.D.
Graduate Training University of Pennsylvania
Education
M.S.
Undergraduate Harvard University
History and Science
A.B.

Selected Publications

Journal Article

  1. Burningham Z, He T, Teng CC, Zhou X, Nebeker J, Sauer BC (2017). Evaluation of the Case-Crossover (CCO) Study Design for Adverse Drug Event Detection.LID - 10.1007/s40264-017-0540-3 [doi]. (Epub ahead of print) Drug Saf.
  2. Boockvar KS, Ho W, Pruskowski J, DiPalo KE, Wong JJ, Patel J, Nebeker JR, Kaushal R, Hung W (2017). Effect of health information exchange on recognition of medication discrepancies is interrupted when data charges are introduced: results of a cluster-randomized controlled trial.LID - 10.1093/jamia/ocx044 [doi]. (Epub ahead of print) J Am Med Inform Assoc.
  3. Bouhaddou O, Davis M, Donahue M, Mallia A, Griffin S, Teal J, Nebeker J (2016). Automated Detection of Privacy Sensitive Conditions in C-CDAs: Security Labeling Services at the Department of Veterans Affairs. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2016, 332-341.
  4. Leecaster MK, Weir CR, Drews FA, Hellewell JL, Bolton D, Jones MM, Nebeker JR (2016). Translation of Contextual Control Model to chronic disease management: A paradigm to guide design of cognitive support systems.LID - S1532-0464(16)30057-0 [pii]LID - 10.1016/j.jbi.2016.07.003 [doi]. (Epub ahead of print) J Biomed Inform.
  5. Mull HJ, Rosen AK, Shimada SL, Rivard PE, Nordberg B, Long B, Hoffman JM, Leecaster M, Savitz LA, Shanahan CW, Helwig A, Nebeker JR (2015). Assessing the potential adoption and usefulness of concurrent, action-oriented, electronic adverse drug event triggers designed for the outpatient setting. EGEMS (Wash DC), 3(1), 1116.
  6. LaFleur J, Steenhoek CL, Horne J, Meier J, Nebeker JR, Mambourg S, Swislocki A, Carmichael J (2015). Comparing fracture absolute risk assessment (FARA) tools: an osteoporosis clinical informatics tool to improve identification and care of men at high risk of first fracture. Ann Pharmacother, 49(5), 506-14.
  7. Gundlapalli AV, Redd D, Gibson BS, Carter M, Korhonen C, Nebeker J, Samore MH, Zeng-Treitler Q (2015). Maximizing clinical cohort size using free text queries. Comput Biol Med, 60C, 1-7.
  8. Divita G, Zeng QT, Gundlapalli AV, Duvall S, Nebeker J, Samore MH (2014). Sophia: A Expedient UMLS Concept Extraction Annotator. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2014, 467-76.
  9. Sauer B, Nebeker J, Shen S, Rupper R, West S, Shinogle JA, Xu W, Lohr KN, Samore M (2014). Methodological framework to identify possible adverse drug reactions using population-based administrative data. F1000Res, 3, 258.
  10. Sauer B, Nebeker JR, Shen S, West S, Shinogle JA, Xu W, Rupper R, Lohr KN, Samore M (2014). Methodological framework to identify possible adverse drug reactions using population-based administrative data. F1000Res, 3(258).
  11. Ohno-Machado L, Agha Z, Bell DS, Dahm L, Day ME, Doctor JN, Gabriel D, Kahlon MK, Kim KK, Hogarth M, Matheny ME, Meeker D, Nebeker JR (2014). pSCANNER: patient-centered Scalable National Network for Effectiveness Research. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 21(4), 621-6.
  12. Weir C, Drews FA, Butler J, Barrus RJ, Jones ML, Nebeker JR (2013). Support for contextual control in primary care: a qualitative analysis. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2013, 1463-71.
  13. Nelson RE, Nebeker JR, Hayden C, Reimer L, Kone K, LaFleur J (2013). Comparing adherence to two different HIV antiretroviral regimens: an instrumental variable analysis. AIDS Behav, 17(1), 160-7.
  14. Nelson RE, Nebeker JR, Hayden C, Reimer L, Kone K, LaFleur J (2013). Comparing adherence to two different HIV antiretroviral regimens: an instrumental variable analysis. AIDS Behav, 17(1), 160-7.
  15. Weir C, Drews FA, Leecaster MK, Barrus RJ, Hellewell JL, Nebeker JR (2012). The orderly and effective visit: impact of the electronic health record on modes of cognitive control. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2012, 979-87.
  16. Zeng QT, Redd D, Rindflesch T, Nebeker J (2012). Synonym, topic model and predicate-based query expansion for retrieving clinical documents. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 2012, 1050-9.
  17. Mergenhagen KA, Blum SS, Kugler A, Livote EE, Nebeker JR, Ott MC, Signor D, Sung S, Yeh J, Boockvar K (2012). Pharmacist- versus physician-initiated admission medication reconciliation: impact on adverse drug events. Am J Geriatr Pharmacother, 10(4), 242-50.
  18. Nelson RE, Nebeker JR, Sauer BC, LaFleur J (2012). Factors associated with screening or treatment initiation among male United States veterans at risk for osteoporosis fracture. Bone, 50(4), 983-8.
  19. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Yao Y, Adler RA, Nebeker JR (2012). Validated risk rule using computerized data to identify males at high risk for fracture. Osteoporos Int, 23(3), 1017-27.
  20. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Yao Y, Adler RA, Nebeker JR (2011). Validated risk rule using computerized data to identify males at high risk for fracture. Osteoporos Int.
  21. Qing T Zeng, Doug Redd, Guy Divita, SamahJarad, Cynthia Brandt, Jonathan R Nebeker (12/26/2011). Characterizing Clinical Text and Sublanguage: A Case Study of the VA Clinical Notes. J Health Med Informat.
  22. Olola CH, Narus S, Nebeker J, Poynton M, Hales J, Rowan B, LeSieur H, Zumbrennen C, Edwards AA, Crawford R, Amundsen S, Kabir Y, Atkin J, Newberry C, Young J, Hanifi T, Risenmay B, Sorensen T, Evans RS (2011). The perception of medical professionals and medical students on the usefulness of an emergency medical card and a continuity of care report in enhancing continuity of care. Int J Med Inform, 80(6), 412-20.
  23. Kushniruk AW, Santos SL, Pourakis G, Nebeker JR, Boockvar KS (2011). Cognitive analysis of a medication reconciliation tool: applying laboratory and naturalistic approaches to system evaluation. Stud Health Technol Inform, 164, 203-7.
  24. Rosen AK, Mull HJ, Kaafarani H, Nebeker J, Shimada S, Helwig A, Nordberg B, Long B, Savitz LA, Shanahan CW, Itani K (2011). Applying Trigger Tools to Detect Adverse Events Associated With Outpatient Surgery. J Patient Saf, 7(1), 45-59.
  25. Boockvar KS, Santos SL, Kushniruk A, Johnson C, Nebeker JR (2011). Medication reconciliation: Barriers and facilitators from the perspectives of resident physicians and pharmacists. J Hosp Med, 6(6), 329-37.
  26. Boockvar KS, Blum S, Kugler A, Livote E, Mergenhagen KA, Nebeker JR, Signor D, Sung S, Yeh J (2011). Effect of admission medication reconciliation on adverse drug events from admission medication changes. Arch Intern Med, 171(9), 860-1.
  27. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Sauer BC, Nebeker JR (2011). Overestimation of the effects of adherence on outcomes: a case study in healthy user bias and hypertension. Heart, 97(22), 1862-9.
  28. Mull HJ, Nebeker JR, Shimada SL, Kaafarani HM, Rivard PE, Rosen AK (2011). Consensus building for development of outpatient adverse drug event triggers. J Patient Saf, 7(2), 66-71.
  29. Olola CH, Narus S, Poynton M, Nebeker J, Hales J, Rowan B, Smith M, Evans RS (2011). Patient-perceived usefulness of an emergency medical card and a continuity-of-care report in enhancing the quality of care. Int J Qual Health Care, 23(1), 60-7.
  30. LaFleur J, McAdam-Marx C, Alder SS, Sheng X, Asche CV, Nebeker J, Brixner DI, Silverman SL (2011). Clinical risk factors for fracture among postmenopausal patients at risk for fracture: a historical cohort study using electronic medical record data. J Bone Miner Metab, 29(2), 193-200.
  31. Boockvar KS, Livote EE, Goldstein N, Nebeker JR, Siu A, Fried T (2010). Electronic health records and adverse drug events after patient transfer. Qual Saf Health Care, 19(5), e16.
  32. Kaafarani HM, Rosen AK, Nebeker JR, Shimada S, Mull HJ, Rivard PE, Savitz L, Helwig A, Shin MH, Itani KM (2010). Development of trigger tools for surveillance of adverse events in ambulatory surgery. Qual Saf Health Care, 19(5), 425-9.
  33. Moore C, Li J, Hung CC, Downs J, Nebeker JR (2009). Predictive value of alert triggers for identification of developing adverse drug events. J Patient Saf, 5(4), 223-8.
  34. Olola CH, Rowan B, Narus S, Smith M, Hastings T, Poynton M, Nebeker J, Hales J, Evans RS (2009). Implementation of an Emergency Medical Card and a Continuity of Care. Methods Inf Med, 48(6).
  35. Boockvar KS, Liu S, Goldstein N, Nebeker J, Siu A, Fried T (2009). Prescribing discrepancies likely to cause adverse drug events after patient transfer. Qual Saf Health Care, 18(1), 32-6.
  36. Richey EA, Lyons EA, Nebeker JR, Shankaran V, McKoy JM, Luu TH, Nonzee N, Trifilio S, Sartor O, Benson AB 3rd, Carson KR, Edwards BJ, Gilchrist-Scott D, Kuzel TM, Raisch DW, Tallman MS, West DP, Hirschfeld S, Grillo-Lopez AJ, Bennett CL (2009). Accelerated approval of cancer drugs: improved access to therapeutic breakthroughs or early release of unsafe and ineffective drugs? J Clin Oncol, 27(26), 4398-405.
  37. Mull HJ, Nebeker JR (2008). Informatics tools for the development of action-oriented triggers for outpatient adverse drug events. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 505-9.
  38. Samore MH, Shen S, Greene T, Stoddard G, Sauer B, Shinogle J, Nebeker J, Harbarth S (2007). A simulation-based evaluation of methods to estimate the impact of an adverse event on hospital length of stay. Med Care, 45(10 Supl 2), S108-15.
  39. Weir CR, Nebeker JR (2007). Critical issues in an electronic documentation system. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 786-90.
  40. Rupper RW, Bair BD, Sauer BC, Nebeker JR, Shinogle J, Samore M (2007). Out-of-pocket pharmacy expenditures for veterans under medicare part D. Med Care, 45(10 Supl 2), S77-80.
  41. Nebeker JR, Yarnold PR, Soltysik RC, Sauer BC, Sims SA, Samore MH, Rupper RW, Swanson KM, Savitz LA, Shinogle J, Xu W (2007). Developing indicators of inpatient adverse drug events through nonlinear analysis using administrative data. Med Care, 45(10 Supl 2), S81-8.
  42. Weir CR, Nebeker JJ, Hicken BL, Campo R, Drews F, Lebar B (2007). A cognitive task analysis of information management strategies in a computerized provider order entry environment. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 14(1), 65-75.
  43. Bennett CL, Nebeker JR, Yarnold PR, Tigue CC, Dorr DA, McKoy JM, Edwards BJ, Hurdle JF, West DP, Lau DT, Angelotta C, Weitzman SA, Belknap SM, Djulbegovic B, Tallman MS, Kuzel TM, Benson AB, Evens A, Trifilio SM, Courtney DM, Raisch DW (2007). Evaluation of serious adverse drug reactions: a proactive pharmacovigilance program (RADAR) vs safety activities conducted by the Food and Drug Administration and pharmaceutical manufacturers. Arch Intern Med, 167(10), 1041-9.
  44. Phansalkar S, Hoffman JM, Nebeker JR, Hurdle JF (2007). Pharmacists versus nonpharmacists in adverse drug event detection: a meta-analysis and systematic review. Am J Health Syst Pharm, 64(8), 842-9.
  45. Xu W, Pickard S, Silver MP, Hougland P, Mashter C, Donnely S, Nebeker J, Samore M, Williams SD (2006). Patient Safety Events in Utah, 2001. Utah's Health: An Annual Review.
  46. Nebeker JR, Virmani R, Bennett CL, Hoffman JM, Samore MH, Alvarez J, Davidson CJ, McKoy JM, Raisch DW, Whisenant BK, Yarnold PR, Belknap SM, West DP, Gage JE, Morse RE, Gligoric G, Davidson L, Feldman MD (2006). Hypersensitivity cases associated with drug-eluting coronary stents: a review of available cases from the Research on Adverse Drug Events and Reports (RADAR) project. J Am Coll Cardiol, 47(1), 175-81.
  47. Weir CR, Hicken BL, Rappaport HS, Nebeker JR (2006). Crossing the quality chasm: the role of information technology departments. Am J Med Qual, 21(6), 382-93.
  48. Evans RS, Lloyd JF, Stoddard GJ, Nebeker JR, Samore MH (2005). Risk factors for adverse drug events: a 10-year analysis. Ann Pharmacother, 39(7-8), 1161-8.
  49. Nebeker JR, Hoffman JM, Weir CR, Bennett CL, Hurdle JF (2005). High rates of adverse drug events in a highly computerized hospital. Arch Intern Med, 165(10), 1111-6.
  50. Weir C, Hoffman J, Nebeker JR, Hurdle JF (2005). Nurse's role in tracking adverse drug events: the impact of provider order entry. Nurs Adm Q, 29(1), 39-44.
  51. Bennett CL, Nebeker JR, Lyons EA, Samore MH, Feldman MD, McKoy JM, Carson KR, Belknap SM, Trifilio SM, Schumock GT, Yarnold PR, Davidson CJ, Evens AM, Kuzel TM, Parada JP, Cournoyer D, West DP, Sartor O, Tallman MS, Raisch DW (2005). The Research on Adverse Drug Events and Reports (RADAR) project. JAMA, 293(17), 2131-40.
  52. Nebeker JR, Barach P, Samore MH (2004). Clarifying adverse drug events: a clinician's guide to terminology, documentation, and reporting. Ann Intern Med, 140(10), 795-801.
  53. Weir CR, Hurdle JF, Felgar MA, Hoffman JM, Roth B, Nebeker JR (2003). Direct text entry in electronic progress notes. An evaluation of input errors. Methods Inf Med, 42(1), 61-7.
  54. Ladewski LA, Belknap SM, Nebeker JR, Sartor O, Lyons EA, Kuzel TC, Tallman MS, Raisch DW, Auerbach AR, Schumock GT, Kwaan HC, Bennett CL (2003). Dissemination of information on potentially fatal adverse drug reactions for cancer drugs from 2000 to 2002: first results from the research on adverse drug events and reports project. J Clin Oncol, 21(20), 3859-66.
  55. Hurdle JF, Weir CR, Roth B, Hoffman J, Nebeker JR (2003). Critical gaps in the world's largest electronic medical record: Ad Hoc nursing narratives and invisible adverse drug events. AMIA Annu Symp Proc, 309-12.
  56. Nebeker JR, Hurdle JF, Hoffman JM, Roth B, Weir CR, Samroe MH (2002). Developing a taxonomy for research in adverse drug events: potholes and signposts. J Am Med Inform Assoc, 9(6 Suppl), S80-5.
  57. Nebeker JR, Hurdle JF, Hoffman J, Roth B, Weir CR, Samore MH (2001). Developing a taxonomy for research in adverse drug events: potholes and signposts. Proc AMIA Symp, 493-7.
  58. Harris CP, Alderson K, Nebeker J, Holds JB, Anderson RL (1991). Histologic features of human orbicularis oculi treated with botulinum A toxin. Archives of Ophthalmology, 109(10), 393-5.
  59. Gundlapalli AV, Redd D, Gibson B, Carter M, Korhonen C, Nebeker J, Samore M, Zeng-Treiltler Q (In Press). Exploring the Value of Free Text Queries for Patient Cohort Identification Using Electronic Medical Records. BMC Health Serv Res.

Review

  1. Nebeker JR, Hurdle JF, Bair BD (2003). Future history: medical informatics in geriatrics. [Review]. J Gerontol A Biol Sci Med Sci, 58(9), M820-5.

Book Chapter

  1. Hougland P, Nebeker J, Pickard S, Van Tuinen M, Masheter C, Elder S, Williams S, Xu W (2008). Using ICD-9-CM Codes in Hospital Claims Data to Detect Adverse Events in Patient Safety SurveillanceBTI - Advances in Patient Safety: New Directions and Alternative Approaches (Vol. 1: Assessment). Rockville (MD).

Conference Proceedings

  1. Sauer BC, Nebeker JR, Shen S, Rupper R, Samore M (2014). Identification of possible adverse drug reactions using population-based administrative data. In Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Ubon Ratchathani University, Thailand (Eds.), Patient Safety Annu Symp, Ubon, Thailand: ISBN 978-974-523-265-5 (Thailand), Proc. 2011, 60-66.
  2. Redd D, Rindflesch T, Nebeker J, Zeng-Treitler Q (2013). Improve Retrieval Performance on Clinical Notes: A Comparison of Four Methods. The 46th Hawaii International International Conference onSystems Science (HICSS- 46 2013), 2389 - 2397.
  3. Sauer, BC, He Tao, Nebeker JR (04/30/2013). SAS® Tools for Transparent and Reproducible Research: Medication History Estimator. SAS® Global Forum 2013 proceedings, San Francisco: SAS®, 1-10.
  4. Sauer BC, Shen S, Nebeker J, Rupper R, Samore M (2011). Identification of Possible Adverse Drug Reactions using Population-based Administrative Data. Patient Safety Annu Symp Proc, Detroit, 1(1), 60-66.
  5. DuVall SL, South BR, DAvolio LW, Shen S, Boone KW, Gundlapalli AV, Nebeker JR, Samore MH (2011). Creating Reusable Annotated Corpora Using the Clinical Document Architecture. Hawaii International Conference on System Sciences (HICSS), Koloa, HI: IEEE Society.
  6. Boockvar KS, Blum, SS, Kugler AJ, Livote E, Mergenhagen, KA, Nebeker J, Signor, D, Sung S, Yeh, J (2011). Effect of Admission Medication Reconciliation on Adverse Drug Events in Hospitalized Veterans. VA Healther Services Research and Development Annual Conference, Washington DC: Dept. of Veterans Affairs.
  7. Weir CR, Nebeker JR (2007). Critical Issues in an Electronic Documentation System. Homer Warner Award for Best Paper at Fall AMIA 2007. AMIA Proceedings, Washington, DC.
  8. Weir CR, Nebeker JR (2007). Critical Issues in an Electronic Documentation System. Homer Warner Award for Best Paper at Fall AMIA 2007. AMIA Proceedings, Washington, DC.
  9. Nebeker JR, Hurdle JF, Hoffman J, Roth B, Weir CR, Samore M (2001). Developing a taxonomy for research in adverse drug events: potholes and signposts. Proceedings of the American Medical Informatics Association Annual Fall Symposium, 493-7.

Case Report

  1. Zeng QT, Redd D, Divita G, Jarad S, Brandt C, Nebeker JR (2011). Characterizing Clinical Text and Sublanguage: A Case Study of the VA Clinical Notes. J Health Med Informat, S3, 1-9.

Editorial

  1. Nebeker JR, Bennett CL (2005). Reducing adverse drug events in the outpatient chemotherapy setting: attention must be paid. Cancer, 104(11), 2289-91.

Letter

  1. Bennett CL, Nebeker JR (2010). Reply to M.L. Lanthier et al [Letter to the editor]. J Clin Oncol.

Abstract

  1. Nebeker JR (2013). Integrating Information Objects and Annotations in the Notional DoD-VA iEHR User Experience: Results from a randomized controlled trial on efficiency and accuracy of problem assessment and intervention specification [Abstract]. AMIA proceedings.
  2. Kaafarani, Haytham, Savitz, Lucy, Shin, Marlena, Rosen, Amy, Shimada, Stephanie, Rivard, Peter, Long, Brenna, Mull, Hillary, Nebeker, Jonathan (2008). Feasibility and Development of Trigger Tools for Surveillance of Adverse Events in Ambulatory Surgery [Abstract]. New England Surgical Society 89th meeting.

Report

  1. Sauer BC, Shinogle JA, Xu W, Samore M, Nebeker J, Liu Z, Rupper R, Lux L, Amoozegar J, Lohr KN (August 2008). Improving Patient Safety and Pharmacovigilance: Methods Using Observational Data and Cohort Studies (Number 6). Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
  2. Sauer B, Shinogle JA, Xu W, Samore M, Nebeker J, Rupper R, Lux L, Amoozegar J, Lohr K (2006). Medicare Prescription Drug Data Development: Methods for Improving Patient Safety and Pharmacovigilance Using Observational Data, RTI International DEcIDE Center (HHSA29020050036I). Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
  3. Weir C, Nebeker J, Hicken B (2005). Evaluation of Care Management Software. VA National Office of Chief Information Office Internal Report.
  4. Weir C, Nebeker J, Hicken B (2005). Evaluation of Care Management Software. VA National Office of Chief Information Office Internal Report.

Video/Film/CD/Web/Podcast

  1. Nebeker JR (2004). ConSenis: Mission critical, resident-management, and heath record database for assisted living [Web]. Sensis Management, Inc.
  2. Nebeker JR (1994). An interactive model of membrane electrochemistry designed for medical students [Web]. North East Medical Software, Consortium.
  3. Nebeker JR (1994). MechInfect, An interactive database of microbiology and basic infectious disease designed for medical students [Web].

Poster

  1. Sauer BC, Porucznik C, Teng CC, Pickard SG, Johnson E, Nebeker J (4/2013). Evaluating the Impact of the Utah Clinical Guidelines on Prescribing Opioids for Treatment of Pain on Opioid Prescribing in Utah, 2002–2009. Poster session presented at American Academy of Pain Medicine's 29th Annual Meeting, Fort Lauderdale.
  2. Leng J, Tao RJ, Lu CC, Nebeke JR, SauerB (2013). Improving Efficiently in Text Extraction using the Extendable and Accumulable Text Extraction Platform (EATEP). Poster session presented at AMIA, Washington, DC.
  3. Zeng QT, Divita G, DuVall SL, Samore MH, Nebeker JR (2012). V3NLP: Open Source NLP for Big Data. Poster session presented at National Library of Medicine (NLM) and National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) workshop on Natural Language Processing: State of the Art, Future Directions and Applications for Enhancing Clinical Decision-Making, Bethesda, MD.
  4. DuVall SL, Patterson OV, Ginter T, Cornia R, Nebeker JR (2012). FLAP: Flying Towards Real-time Decision Support. National Library of Medicine (NLM) and National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB). Poster session presented at National Library of Medicine (NLM) and National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering (NIBIB) workshop on Natural Language Processing: State of the Art, Future Directions and Applications for Enhancing Clinical Decision-Making, Bethesda, MD.
  5. Forbush TB, Adams B, Shen S, South BR, Nebeker JR, DuVall SL (2012). CASPR: Friendly Annotation Management. Poster session presented at American Medical Informatics Association (AMIA) Annual Symposium, Chicago, IL.
  6. LaFleur J, Ginter T, Hayden C, DuVall SL, Adler R, Nebeker JR (2011). Bone Mineral Density Screening and Osteoporosis Rates in Veterans. Poster session presented at The American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA.
  7. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Hayden C, Reimer L, Kone K, Nebeker J (2011). Fewer than a quarter of HIV-positive veterans adhere to medications at recommended levels. Poster session presented at VA HSR&D National Meeting, Washington DC.
  8. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Hayden C, Nebeker J (2010). Poor adherence to HIV antiretroviral drug regimens in veterans. Poster session presented at American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, California.
  9. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Hayden C, Reimer L, Kone K, Nebeker J (2011). Anaheim, California. Poster session presented at VA HSR&D National Meeting, Washington DC.
  10. LaFleur J, Nelson RE, Hayden C, Nebeker J (2010). Poor adherence to HIV antiretroviral drug regimens in veterans. Poster session presented at American Society of Health-System Pharmacists Midyear Clinical Meeting, Anaheim, California.
  11. DuVall SL, Nebeker JR (2010). VA Informatics and Computing Infrastructure. Enhancing Clinical Phenotypes – Opportunities for Collaborative Clinical and Translational Science. Bethesda, MD.
  12. Weir, C, Drews, F, Leecaster, M, Mallin, B, Barrus, R, amp Nebeker, J (June 2010). Usage patterns of an electronic health record and modes of cognitive control. Poster session presented at AHRQ Annual Health IT Grantee and Contractor Meeting, Washington, DC.
  13. Nebeker, J, Weir, C, Drews, F, Hellewell, J, Jones, M, amp Underwood, A (June 2010). Translating Contextual Control Model to use of health information technology. Poster session presented at AHRQ Annual Health IT Grantee and Contractor Meeting, Washington, DC.
  14. Drews, F, Weir, C, Nebeker, J, Hollnagel, E, Mallin, B, amp Barrus, R (June 2010). A theoretical perspective to develop a medication management system. Poster session presented at AHRQ Annual Health IT Grantee and Contractor Meeting, Washington, DC.
  15. Weir C, Nebeker J, Pepper G, Hoffman J, Drews F, Kinney A, Buffum M (2009). Stereotypes and scripts: Identifying and understanding the barriers to effective collaboration in medication management in the VA. Poster session presented at VA HSR&D National Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  16. Weir C, Nebeker J, Pepper G, Hoffman J, Drews F, Kinney, A, Buffum, M (2009). Identifying and understanding the barriers to effective collaboration in medication management. Poster session presented at Human-Computer Interaction International Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
  17. Weir C, Nebeker J, Pepper G, Hoffman J, Drews F, Kinney A, Buffum M (2009). Stereotypes and scripts: Identifying and understanding the barriers to effective collaboration in medication management in the VA. Poster session presented at VA HSR&D National Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  18. Weir C, Nebeker J, Pepper G, Hoffman J, Drews F, Kinney, A, Buffum, M (2009). Identifying and understanding the barriers to effective collaboration in medication management. Poster session presented at Human-Computer Interaction International Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
  19. Weir C, Nebeker J, Pepper G, Hoffman J, Drews F, Kinney, A, Buffum, M (2009). Identifying and understanding the barriers to effective collaboration in medication management. Poster session presented at Human-Computer Interaction International Annual Conference, San Diego, CA.
  20. Weir C, Nebeker J, Pepper G, Hoffman J, Drews F, Kinney A, Buffum M (2009). Stereotypes and scripts: Identifying and understanding the barriers to effective collaboration in medication management in the VA. Poster session presented at VA HSR&D National Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  21. Greene T, Rubin MA, Nebeker J, Sauer B, and Samore MH (2009). Evaluation of diagnostic classification procedures when the available evidence is limited. Poster session presented at 27th VA Health Services Research and Development (HSR&D) Service National Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  22. Nelson RE, LaFleur J, Pickard S, Nebeker J (2009). Predictors of bisphosphonate treatment in male United States veterans. Poster session presented at 2009 Western Pharmacoeconomics Conference, Pasadena, California.
  23. LaFleur J, Nelson R, Sauer B, Sheng X, Pickard S, Ong SH, Brixner D, Nebeker J (11/2009). Any-cause hospitalization outcomes associated with poor patient adherence to antihypertensives.
  24. DuVall SL, Nebeker JR (2010). VA Informatics and Computing Infrastructure. Enhancing Clinical Phenotypes – Opportunities for Collaborative Clinical and Translational Science. Bethesda, MD.
  25. DuVall SL, Rubin DL, Nebeker JR (2009). Modifying an Open-Source Information Extraction Tool to Identify RadLex Terms in Clinical Notes. Poster session presented at RSNA 95th Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, Chicago, IL.
  26. Kaafarani H, Rosen AK, Nebeker J, Shimada S, Mull H, Rivard PE, Shin MH, Long B, Savitz L, Helwig A, Itani K (2009). Developing Trigger Tools for Surveillance of Adverse Events in Same-Day Surgery: A Literature-Based, End-User Inspired and Expert-Evaluated Methodology. Poster session presented at Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Annual Meeting, Rockville.
  27. Nebeker J, Boockvar KS, Kushniruk A, Santos S, Signor D (2009). Providers’ approach to medication reconciliation in a computerized system. Poster session presented at HSR&D 2009, Washington DC.
  28. LaFleur J, Nelson R, Pickard SG, Nebeker JR (2008). Recognition of male osteoporosis is low. Poster session presented at American Society for Bone Mineral Research 30th Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada.
  29. Tuteja, Ashok, Tolman, Keith, Talley, Nicholas, Samore, Matthew (2008). Post-Infectious Dyspepsia among Persian Gulf War Veterans. Luzerne, Switzerland.
  30. Boockvar, Kenneth, Siu, Albert, Goldstein, Nathan, Nebeker, Jonathan, Fried, Terri (2008). Risk of Harm from Prescribing Discrepancies at the Time of Nursing Home-Hospital Transfer with and without a Shared, Across-Site, Electronic Prescribing System. Poster session presented at AcademyHealth 2008 Annual Research Meeting, Washington, D.C..
  31. Sauer BC, Kapoor D, Nebeker J, Beddhu S, Samore MH (2006). Factors Associates with Serum Potassium Monitoring in Veterans using Renin-Angiotensin-Aldosterone inhibitors. Poster session presented at 24th HSR&D National Meeting, Crystal City, Arlington, VA.