Journal of Medical Informatics and Decision Making is an open access, peer reviewed journal that focuses on medical informatics and decision making research. This journal covers a wide variety of topics in medical informatics such as medical imaging and electronic medical records, health informatics, artificial intelligence, health knowledge management, data mining and analysis, natural language processing and decision support systems, data science, artificial intelligence for healthcare, clinical decision support systems, electronic health records.
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