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Editor-in-Chief: Norbert Goldfield, MD
ISSN: 0148-9917
Online ISSN: 1550-3267
Frequency: 4 issues / year
CALL FOR BIG DATA - CALL FOR ARTICLES

Big data is the current rage in health care analytics. What is the definition of “big data”. This issue of the journal, building on a recent conference on the same theme from the ECRI Institute, welcomes submissions on any and all aspects of big data including  value, does it meet the objective and new computational methods used due to the size of the data base. Due date for one page abstracts is February 1, 2014. Final paper is due March 10th. The issue will come out in print in June 2014.

From the Editor

This issue highlights a very exciting collaboration between the journal and the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality. Shepherded by Associate Editor John Wasson and organized by Rebecca Roper together with the assistance of Dr Wasson, the issue focused on primary care research networks.

This issue appropriately highlights a new regular feature of the journal—commentary by Rushika Fernandopulle, MD. Founder of Iora Health, Dr Fernandopulle believes that for health reform to succeed, primary care needs to be completely redesigned from the bottom up.This issue appropriately highlights a new regular feature of the journal—commentary by Rushika Fernandopulle, MD. Founder of Iora Health, Dr Fernandopulle believes that for health reform to succeed, primary care needs to be completely redesigned from the bottom up.This issue appropriately highlights a new regular feature of the journal—commentary by Rushika Fernandopulle, MD. Founder of Iora Health, Dr Fernandopulle believes that for health reform to succeed, primary care needs to be completely redesigned from the bottom up.

Finally and irreverently, we conclude with observations from the front lines of Texas health reform.


—Norbert I. Goldfield, MD

 

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