Medical Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications

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Tan, Joseph
IGI Global, Sep 30, 2008 - Education - 2772 pages
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Technological advances of the past two decades have profoundly reshaped and enhanced all aspects of medical research and practice. So important has technology become to the ability to continue to drive new medical advances, from basic biomedical research to applied clinical practice and healthcare delivery management, that the science of biomedical technology has become an important discipline in its own right, critical to the missions of a full range of organizations that comprise the medical industry.

Medical Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications holds the most complete collection of cutting-edge medical IT research available in topics such as clinical knowledge management, medical informatics, mobile health and service delivery, and gene expression. This four-volume compilation provides researchers, academicians, and scholars in the field of medical information technology with more than 200 chapters by over 250 international experts in medical informatics. Medical Informatics: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications is an essential reference publication for every library and medical institute striving to remain up-to-date with the latest techniques, approaches, and education in the medical IT field.

 

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Contents

Information Extraction in Biomedical Literature
314
Realizing Knowledge Assets in the Medical Sciences with Data Mining An Overview
322
Data Mining Medical Digital Libraries
334
Building Better EHealth Through a Personal Health Informatics Pedagogy
342
Web Service Design Concepts and Structures for Support of Highly Interconnected EHealth Infrastructures A BottomUp Approach
350
The PsyGrid Experience Using Web Services in the Study of Schizophrenia
365
On The Development of Secure ServiceOriented Architectures to Support Medical Research
387
Decision Support With BPEL and Web Services
402

Mobile Telemonitoring Insights
107
Geographic Information Systems in Health Care Services
113
Information Technology IT and the Healthcare Industry A SWOT Analysis
134
The Core Governmental Perspectives of EHealth
153
Differences in Computer Usage for US Group Medical Practices 1994 vs 2003
163
Medical Education in the 21st Century
178
Knowledge Management in Healthcare
186
Healthcare Knowledge Management
198
Knowledge Management in Hospitals
208
An Overview of Efforts to Bring Clinical Knowledge to the Point of Care
222
Issues in Clinical Knowledge Management Revisiting Healthcare Management
232
Interactive Information Retrieval as a Step Towards Effective Knowledge Management in Healthcare
240
Key Performance Indicators and Information Flow The Cornerstones of Effective Knowledge Management for Managed Care
257
Medical Decision Support Systems and Knowledge Sharing Standards
276
Kernel Methods in Genomics and Computational Biology
294
A Framework for the Design of Web Service Based Clinical Management Systems to Support Inter and Intra Organizational Patient Journeys
411
Conceptual Framework for MobileBased Application in Healthcare
427
Design of an Enhanced 3GBased Mobile Healthcare System
443
The MHealth Reference Model An Organizing Framework for Conceptualizing Mobile Health Systems
455
Creating a Multimedia Instructional Product for Medical School Students
474
Intelligent Agents Framework for RFID Hospitals
485
Design and Development of Standards HL7 V3 Based Enterprise Architecture for Public Health Programs Integration at the County of Los Angeles
500
The Development of a Health Data Quality Programme
513
QoS Provisioning in Sensor Enabled Telemedicine Networks
533
Designing Clinical Decision Support Systems in Health Care A Systemic View
552
Nonparametric Decision Support Systems in Medical Diagnosis Modeling Pulmonary Embolism
562
A CrossCultural Framework for Evaluation
580
BACIIS Biological and Chemical Information Integration System
589
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Joseph Tan (Dip, BA, MS, PhD) holds a professional diploma in civil engineering from Singapore Polytechnic, an undergraduate degree in mathematics and computer science from Wartburg College, a master’s degree in industrial & management engineering from the University of Iowa, and a PhD in management information systems from the University of British Columbia (UBC). He has been a tenured associate professor teaching in the Department of Healthcare & Epidemiology at UBC for many years prior to serving as a professor and Head of Information System and Manufacturing (ISM) Department at the School of Business at Wayne State University.

Joseph has published research in computing, ergonomics, information systems, health informatics, health education, e-health, and e-business journals and has served as guest editor and member of various journal editorial boards. He sits on key organizing committees for local, national, and international meetings and conferences. Professor Tan’s research, which has enjoyed significant support in the last several years from local, national and international funding agencies and other sources, has also been widely cited and applied across a number of major disciplines, including healthcare informatics and clinical decision support, health technology management research, human processing of graphical representations, ergonomics, health administration education, telehealth, mobile health, and e-health promotion programming. [Editor]

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