Health Information Management Journal

(The TQCC of Health Information Management Journal is 3. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-01-01 to 2024-01-01.)
Personal electronic healthcare records: What influences consumers to engage with their clinical data online? A literature review23
Understanding the challenges associated with the use of data from routine health information systems in low- and middle-income countries: A systematic review21
Factors affecting the acceptance of integrated electronic personal health records in Saudi Arabia: The impact of e-health literacy18
Social media in health communication: A literature review of information quality12
Can electronic assessment tools improve the process of shared decision-making? A systematic review10
A false promise of COVID-19 ‘big’ health data? Health data integrity and the ethics and realities of Australia’s health information management practice7
Under-coding of dementia and other conditions indicates scope for improved patient management: A longitudinal retrospective study of dementia patients in Australia7
A near real-time electronic health record-based COVID-19 surveillance system: An experience from a developing country7
Patient privacy in the COVID-19 era: Data access, transparency, rights, regulation and the case for retaining the status quo6
An equitable approach to enhancing the privacy of consumer information on My Health Record in Australia6
Developing a strategy to improve data sharing in health research: A mixed-methods study to identify barriers and facilitators6
Factors affecting clinicians’ adherence to principles of diagnosis documentation: A concept mapping approach for improved decision-making5
Transition from ICD-9-CM to ICD-10-CM/PCS in Portugal: An heterogeneous implementation with potential data implications5
An investigation of the status and maturity of hospitals’ health information governance in Victoria, Australia5
Health information systems amid COVID-19 outbreak: Lessons from China5
A multi-method quality improvement approach to systematically improve and promote the quality of national health and social care information5
A qualitative investigation into clinical documentation: why do clinicians document the way they do?5
How Internet technologies can help hospitals to curb COVID-19: PUMCH experience from China5
Analysing EHR navigation patterns and digital workflows among physicians during ICU pre-rounds4
Training and experience of coding with the World Health Organization’s International Classification of Diseases, Eleventh Revision4
Comprehensiveness, accuracy, quality, credibility and readability of online information about knee osteoarthritis4
Verification of administrative data to measure palliative care at terminal hospital stays4
The likelihood of requiring a diagnostic test: Classifying emergency department patients with logistic regression3
Patient online access to general practice medical records: A qualitative study on patients’ needs and expectations3
Performance of hospital administrative data for detection of sepsis in Australia: The sepsis coding and documentation (SECOND) study3
Collaborative data familiarisation and quality assessment: Reflections from use of a national dataset to investigate palliative care for Indigenous Australians3
The role of health classifications in health information management3
Medical and nursing clinician perspectives on the usability of the hospital electronic medical record: A qualitative analysis3