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About eGEMs

eGEMs (Generating Evidence & Methods to improve patient outcomes), a peer-reviewed, open access journal of the EDM Forum, was created to accelerate research and quality improvement using electronic health data.

Launched in 2013, eGEMs has published more than 100 papers featuring cutting-edge projects from leaders in the field and is a premier journal for approaches to redesigning the health system, including methods, interoperability, and governance.

eGEMs is led by an editorial board of experts from across the country.

eGEMs is currently fully available through the National Library of Medicine’s (NLM) PubMed Central and is searchable in PubMed. eGEMs is also indexed in Google Scholar, Bing, the Directory of Open Access Journals, EBSCOhost, and is included in the NLM Catalog. Submissions are accepted and published on a rolling basis. Article processing and submission is free for authors.

Interested in submitting to eGEMs? Please see our Manuscript Preparation Guidelines.

If you have questions about the journal or your submission, please contact Samantha.Weiss@academyhealth.org.

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EDM Forum Background

AcademyHealth’s EDM Forum drives rapid collaboration among researchers and diverse stakeholders who create data, methods and evidence to shape the next generation of learning health systems. Established in 2010 with support from AHRQ to advance the national dialogue on the use of electronic health data for research and quality improvement, the EDM Forum is open to all.

To learn more, visit the EDM Forum website. Receive monthly updates by emailing edmforum@academyhealth.org.

*The EDM Forum is supported by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), Grant 1U18HS022789-01. eGEMs publications do not reflect the official views of AHRQ or the United States Department of Health and Human Services.. eGEMs publications do not reflect the official views of AHRQ or the United States Department of Health and Human Services.