Electronic Health Records and Communication for Better Health Care: Proceedings of EuroRec 01

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François Mennerat
IOS Press, 2002 - Medical - 135 pages
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The annual EuroRec Working Conference has become the traditional gathering of all the partners involved on the scene of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). While the existence of relevant technical specifications is acknowledged as of utmost importance, ahead or beyond the technical concern lie key issues that are of cultural, economic, ethical, and political nature: each one of these specific lines must be paid great attention to. "Which incentives, which business model, which solutions are available for communicating EHRs in hospital and ambulatory care?" These key questions have been the thread for a series of specific workshops that have been taken place over the two conference days, each one addressing a specific topic: does the use of EHRs reveal a cultural gap?; an ethical concern; an economic concern; a political concern and a technical concern.
 

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Contents

Preface François Mennerat
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I A F Stokes Ed Research into Spinal Deformities
2
J D Westwood H M Hoffman G T Mogel R A Robb and D Stredney Eds Medicine Meets Virtual
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Trust me Im a Patient The Effect of an EHR on my Consultation Nikki Shaw
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Health Information Change Management Lessons Learned from a Third of
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Secure Communication and Cooperation of Distributed Electronic Patient Records
28
G O Klein Ed Case Studies of Security Problems and their Solutions
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The Protection of Individuals by Protecting Medical Data in EHRs Barry Barber
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Standards Supporting Interoperability and EHCR Communication A CENTC251
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Unified EHR Standards Is Convergence Possible? Thomas Beale
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the EADGBACH Paradigm
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B Heller M Löffler M Musen and M Stefanelli Eds ComputerBased Support for Clinical
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The Industrial Forum Jacques E André
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Closing Remarks to the EuroRec 01 Working Conference on the Electronic Health
128
Author Index
135
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