I am an assistant professor in the Information School at the University of Wisconsin–Madison, where I am part of the Collaborative Computing Group, affiliate faculty in Biostatistics and Medical Informatics, and an honorary associate in the Department of Family Medicine and Community Health.
My research spans the areas of health informatics and human-computer interaction. I am interested in how people use electronic health records (EHRs), how we can use traces of EHR activity to study collaboration in healthcare, and how people tell stories with data.
I am actively recruiting students to join my lab in Fall 2024. Prospective PhD students, please apply to the iSchool's PhD program. Current UW-Madison students, please send me your CV.
JGIM 2022 journal
Gender Differences in Primary Care Physicians’ Electronic Health Record Use over Time: an Observational Study. Adam Rule, Christina M. Shafer, Mark A. Micek, Jeffrey J. Baltus, Christine A. Sinsky, Brian G. Arndt.
JAMIA 2022 journal
Using event logs to observe interactions with electronic health records: an updated scoping review shows increasing use of vendor-derived measures. Adam Rule, Edward R Melnick, Nate C Apathy.
JAMIA 2022 journal
Frequent but fragmented: use of note templates to document outpatient visits at an academic health center. Adam Rule, Michelle Hribar.
AMIA 2021 conf
Comparing Scribed and Non-scribed Outpatient Progress Notes. Adam Rule, Sarah T Florig, Steven Bedrick, Vishnu Mohan, Jeffrey A Gold, Michelle R Hribar.
Distinguished Paper Award, Nominee
JAMA Network Open 2021 journal
Length and Redundancy of Outpatient Progress Notes Across a Decade at an Academic Medical Center. Adam Rule, Steven Bedrick, Michael Chiang, Michelle Hribar.
JAMIA 2020 journal
Using Electronic Health Record Audit Logs to Study Clinical Activity: A Systematic Review of Aims, Measures, and Methods. Adam Rule, Michelle Hribar, Michael Chiang.
Out now in JAMA Network Open, differences in EHR use by FTE.
Out now in the Journal of General Internal Medicine, gender differences in EHR use.
Our paper on how scribed notes differ from non-scribed notes was nominated for the Distinguished Paper award at AMIA 2021!
Excited to be joining the iSchool at UW-Madison as an Assistant Professor.
LIS 612 - Spring 2023
LIS 470 - Spring 2023
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