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Increase in Use and Demand for Skills Illustrated by Responses to Nutrition Informatics Survey

      In the span of a decade, most health care institutions and providers in the United States have moved from paper to electronic patient health records. In 2007, in anticipation of these changes, the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics initiated a series of surveys to determine the extent to which Academy members were using information technology (IT) to support their work.
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      • Hoggle L.B.
      ADA nutrition informatics member survey: Results and next steps.
      The Academy conducted additional Nutrition Informatics surveys in 2011
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      2011 nutrition informatics member survey.
      and 2014.
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      Biography

      L. S. Molinar is a clinical dietitian and business systems specialist, Salem Health, Salem, OR.

      Biography

      A. F. Childers is a manager, Clinical Nutrition & Informatics, Palmetto Health Richland, Columbia, SC.

      Biography

      L. Hoggle is a project management professional (PMP) and director, Nutrition Informatics, Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Washington, DC.

      Biography

      H. Porter is a clinical instructor, Health Informatics, Georgia State University, Atlanta.

      Biography

      P. Turner is an assistant professor and director of didactic program in dietetics, University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center, College of Allied Health, Department of Nutritional Sciences, Oklahoma City.

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      • Errata
        Journal of the Academy of Nutrition and DieteticsVol. 117Issue 1
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          On page 1842 of the November 2016 issue of the Journal, in “Increase in Use and Demand for Skills Illustrated by Responses to Nutrition Informatics Survey,” an author’s name was misspelled in the first two references. The first author’s name in both references is “Ayres,” not “Ayers.” The authors regret this error.
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