Health Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, Volume 1

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Rodrigues, Joel J.P.C.
Idea Group Inc (IGI), Dec 31, 2009 - Computers - 2456 pages
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Despite the growing needs of populations around the world for care and delivery of services, as well as disease control, quality diagnostics, and secure records, there remains a void in literature of a complete reference that covers the latest technological advancements and innovations within the healthcare field.

Health Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides researchers, administrators, and medical practitioners and academicians with a complete understanding of the development of applications and concepts in clinical, patient, and hospital information systems. As a comprehensive collection of research on the latest findings related to technologies and healthcare delivery, this massive multi-volume reference addresses the demand for a resource that encompasses the most pertinent research in health information systems, healthcare technologies, and telemedicine.

 

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Contents

Preface
xxxi
Inventing the Future of EHealth
1
MultiDimensional Criteria forthe Evaluation of EHealthServices
8
Development and Future
26
Researching HealthService InformationSystems Development
42
Monitoring and Controllingof Healthcare InformationSystems HIS
60
IT Benefits in HealthcarePerformance and Safety
71
Evolutions and Insights in TheoryMethodology and Practice
89
One Facilitys Approach
1140
A Comparative Study with thePrivate Sector
1151
A Knowledge ManagementStrategy Case Study
1172
An Indian Case Study
1197
Policies Practices and Pitfalls
1228
An Empirical Study
1243
Current Practices in SelectHealthcare Systems
1260
Computerised Decision Supportfor Womens Health Informatics
1272

Intelligent Applications ofInformation Technology
117
Benefits and Barriers toAdoption of InformationTechnology in US Healthcare
133
Ageing Learning Technologyand Health Management
146
Evaluating Healthcare ITand Understanding theWork of Healthcare areEntangled Processes
162
Healthcare Information Systemsand the Semantic Web
178
Ontologies in the Health Field
185
Quality of Health Informationon the Internet
204
Improving Data Qualityin Health Care
218
Finding the Right Information forConsumers Health Information Need
226
Discovering Guideline Compliance
233
A Classification Analysis of theSuccess of Open Source HealthInformation TechnologyProjects
256
Cybermedicine Telemedicineand Data Protection inthe United States
274
Health Technology Assessmentand Health Economics
297
Telemedicine Barriers
315
Current Practice and Future Trends
323
Application of an InformationSystems Success Model PRISEin the Healthcare Domain
339
A Review of RecentContribution in Agent BasedHealthcare Modeling
356
Overview and Analysisof Electronic HealthRecord Standards
374
Process Level Benefitsof an Electronic MedicalRecords System
393
A Comparison of How CanadaEngland and Denmark areManaging their ElectronicHealth Record Journeys
402
Electronic Oral Health Recordsin Practice and Research
418
PatientCenteredEHealth Design
445
Informational Priorities inHealth Information System
461
Open Information Managementin UserDriven Healthcare
480
Medical InformationRepresentation Frameworkfor Mobile Healthcare
489
Interpreting Health andWellness Information
510
A DistributedEHealthcare System
527
Planning SuccessfulTelemedicine andEHealth Systems
540
Shared Healthcare in aRegional EHealth Network
554
A Model for Healthcare Delivery toUnderserved Populations
569
A ServiceOriented SoftSystems Methodology
585
Evaluation Methods toMonitor Success and FailureFactors in Health InformationSystems Development
605
Mental Health and Employment
627
Enhancing Fit of HealthInformation Systems DesignThrough Practice Support
642
A Framework for CapturingPatient Consent in PervasiveHealthcare Applications
659
Process and Data Integration
674
Building a Health CareMultiAgent Simulation Systemwith RoleBased Modeling
694
Capturing Data in HealthcareUsing PatientCentredMobile Technology
717
Managing MobileHealthcare KnowledgePhysicians Perceptions onKnowledge Creation and Reuse
733
Defining Evaluation Components
750
A Developing Country Perspective
773
The Wirhe Framework
790
Confirmatory Factor Analysisto Establish Determinants ofWireless Technology in theIndian Healthcare
811
Mobility Support in 4GHeterogeneous Networks forInteroperable MHealth Devices
830
Exploring the TechnologyAdoption Needs ofPatients Using EHealth
845
Technology Enablersfor ContextAwareHealthcare Applications
861
Electronic Patient Monitoringin Mental Health Services
871
Using Object OrientedTechnologies to BuildCollaborative Applicationsin Healthcare and MedicalInformation Systems
889
Collaborative VirtualEnvironments andMultimedia CommunicationTechnologies in Healthcare
903
A Taxonomy
913
Hospital Patient Data Protection
933
Modeling and Analysis ofSurgery Patient IdentificationUsing RFID
945
Internet as a Source of HealthInformation and Its PerceivedInfluence on PersonalEmpowerment
958
A Software Tool forBiomedical InformationExtraction And Beyond
975
Challenges with Adoptionof Electronic MedicalRecord Systems
986
Best Practices for ImplementingElectronic Health Recordsand Information Systems
994
TAM UTAUT and Culture
1014
Perceptions of an OrganizingVision for Electronic MedicalRecords by IndependentPhysician Practices
1028
A Case Based on the PostTsunami Experience
1051
Planning and Control andthe Use of InformationTechnology in MentalHealthcare Organizations
1066
Perceptions Technology Choices andPolicy Implications for SubSaharan Africa
1074
The Role of Functional Literacy andPolicy Implications
1090
Impact of Decision Space on PrimaryHealth Care Delivery in Nigeria
1115
Their Role in Health InformaticsImplementation
1295
Changing HealthcareInstitutions with LargeInformationTechnology Projects
1304
The Three Faces of PopulationSegmentation and a ProposedClassification System
1318
A Readiness Framework
1328
Multi Method Modelling
1342
Social Impacts of Mobile VirtualCommunities on Healthcare
1373
Understanding ComputerisedInformation Systems Usagein Community Health
1388
A Knowledge Management Perspective
1400
A TechnicalBusiness Analysis
1415
Projecting Health Care Factorsinto Future Outcomes withAgentBased Modeling
1431
Practical Action andMindfulness in HealthInformation Security
1454
Demographic Differences inTelehealth Policy Outcomes
1472
A Thai Healthcare OrganizationsPerspective
1481
Physician Characteristics andEMR Attitudes
1491
Associated with Early Adoptionof Electronic Medical Recordsin Smaller Group Practices
1503
An Exploratory Study ofPatient Acceptance of WalkInTelemedicine Services for MinorConditions
1513
Disability Determinations andPersonal Health Records
1534
Active Patient Role inRecording Health Data
1544
Who is the Real User?
1553
Economic Efficiency and theCanadian Healthcare System
1569
Information Technology andData Systems in DisasterPreparedness for Healthcareand the Broader Community
1582
A Process ArchitectureApproach to ManageHealth Process Reforms
1600
Difficulties in AcceptingTelemedicine
1628
Investigating TrustRelationships in aHealthcare Network1
1640
Analyzing an ES Implementationin a Health Care Environment
1656
Practical Applications ofCase Management Softwarefor Practitioners in Healthand Human Services
1669
A Stakeholders Analysis Experience ofReading
1686
Implications for Medical InformationPrivacy
1699
Exploring Information SecurityRisks in Healthcare Systems
1713
SecurityAware ServiceSpecification for HealthcareInformation Systems
1720
The Impact of PrivacyLegislation on Patient Care
1726
Privacy Management ofPatientCentered EHealth
1744
Healthcare Ethics in theInformation Age
1761
Quality and Reliability Aspectsin Telehealth Systems
1777
Electronic Medical RecordsHIPAA and Patient Privacy
1795
Implications for Information Systems
1805
Improving the Quality ofHealthcare Research Data Sets
1826
Application of Healthcare Service Datain Epidemiological Studies
1842
A Neural Network ApproachImplementing NonLinearRelevance Feedback to Improvethe Performance of MedicalInformation Retrieval Systems
1857
From Basic Processes to ComplexSystems with Interdependencies
1874
A Clustering Approach to Activity ViewsElicitation
1916
Predicting Voluntary Participationin a Public Health Program Usinga Neural Network
1930
An Exploration of DemographicInconsistencies in HealthcareInformation Environments
1939
Back to the Future
1954
Multicriteria Models forEHealth Service Evaluation
1976
An EvidenceBased HealthInformation System Theory
1994
Toward a Better Understandingof the Assimilation of TelehealthSystems
2012
Critical Engineering Issues
2025
Paediatric Telepsychiatryas Innovation inHealthcare Delivery
2044
Emerging Approaches toEvaluating the Usability ofHealth Information Systems
2057
Adaptive Awarenessof Hospital PatientInformation throughMultiple Sentient Displays
2079
Support for Medication Safetyand Compliance in Smart HomeEnvironments
2091
Patients in Control
2111
Transforming ContinuingHealthcare Educationwith ELearning 20
2125
Towards Integrated HealthInformation Networks
2145
Introducing EProcurement ina Local Healthcare Agency
2160
An Introduction and Literature Survey
2179
Coding and Messaging Systemsfor Womens Health Informatics
2192
The SANT Imperative forRealizing the Vision ofHealthcare NetworkCentricOperations
2206
Local Embeddedness Global Fieldsand Legitimation
2218
Index
2231
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Joel J. P. C. Rodrigues is a professor at the University of Beira Interior (UBI), Covilhã, Portugal, and researcher at the Instituto de Telecomunicações, Portugal. He is the Director of the Master degree in Informatics Engineering at UBI. Joel is the leader of NetGNA Research Group (http://netgna.it.ubi.pt), the Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on Communications Software, the Vice-Chair of the IEEE ComSoc Technical Committee on eHealth, and Member Representative of the IEEE Communications Society on the IEEE Biometrics Council. He participates in several European networks of excellence and Portuguese research projects. He is editorial board member of several international journals. He has been general chair and TPC Chair of many international conferences. He is a member of many international TPCs and participated in several international conferences organisation. He has authored or coauthored over 240 papers in refereed international journals and conferences, a book, and 2 patents. He had been awarded the Outstanding Leadership Award of IEEE GLOBECOM 2010 as CSSMA Symposium Co-Chair and several best papers awards. Prof. Rodrigues is a licensed professional engineer (as senior member), member of the Internet Society, an IARIA fellow, and a senior member of ACM and IEEE. [Editor]

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