The New Navigators: From Professionals to Patients : Proceedings of MIE2003

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IOS Press, Jan 1, 2003 - Medical - 903 pages
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In a developing information society, the members of the European Federation for Medical Informatics are keen to develop the dissemination of health information to the public at large. Health Care should be safe, effective, efficient and patient-centred. Moreover, the health system should be more transparent. It should make information available to patients and their families that allows them to make informed decisions when choosing among alternative treatments or clinical practices. Information technology must play a central role in the redesign of building an information infrastructure to support health care delivery, consumer health, quality measurement and improvement, and clinical education. Information and Communication Technology (ICT) is now accessible to the public in developed countries. The development of wireless and portable technologies also makes this access possible in developing countries. The extensive use of the web by patients and laymen for health information, challenges us to build information services that are easily accessible and trustworthy. The evolution towards a semantic web is one of the topics that is addressed in this book. Papers on the state of the art of more classical topics covering all the fields of biomedical informatics have been selected and presented in this book.
  

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Contents

Numerical Investigation of Blood Flow in the Arterial Stenosis S I Bernad E Bernad
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Matched Timefrequency Filter for ECG Signal Enhancement A Georgakis
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Myocardium Structure Analysis on Echocardiographic Images J Puniene V Punys
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ECG Mapping and Imaging of Cardiac Electrical Function M Seger B Tilg
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imgt cines
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Modeling and Implementing a Health Information Provider on the Internet S Aymard
89
An Open Internet Platform to Distributed Image Processing Applied to Dermoscopy
107
Law and Standards Faced to Market Rules in Health Information Security F A Allaert
125
A Study of Staff Awareness of Internet Resources D Anthony
519
Modeling Patientspecific Therapeutic Strategy in the Guidelinebased Management
537
How Many NeurologistsEpileptologists Are Needed to Provide Reliable Descriptions
549
Modelling of a Casebased Retrieval System for Oncology D Rossille JF Laurent
565
Teaching Arden Syntax Using a Simulated Environment H Karadimas F Hemery
583
Quality Assurance and Certification of Health ITsystems Communicating Data
601
Understanding Differences and Realising Economic
617
A UML Approach to Process Modelling of Clinical Practice Guidelines for Enactment
635

A Study Design to Measure the Outcomes of Education in Data Security Issues among
141
An Implementation of a Virtual Patient Record Using Web Services F Malamateniou
158
The Use
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Application of PKI in Health CareNeeds Ambitions Prospects M Sušelj
188
The CORAS Approach for Modelbased Risk Management Applied to a Telemedicine
206
A Collaborative Platform for Consensus Sessions in Pathology over Internet
224
A Conceptual Model for Documentation of Clinical Information in the EHR L
239
The Impact of EHR and Digital Electrocardiograms M BruunRasmussen T Kaae
257
Analysis of Hospitalised Patient Flows Using Datamining T Dart Y Cui
263
How to Identify and Assess Tasks and Challenges of Medical Image Processing
281
Novel Neuroradiological Image Processing and Information Retrieval in a Telestroke
298
Electronic Signatures for Longlasting Storage Purposes in Electronic Archives
316
Enabling Teamwork of Professionals and Patients
334
Criteria for Classification of Medical Information G Mihalas D Lungeanu C Vernic
358
Using Discharge Letters and Context Representation in Information Retrieval
373
Using CrossLingual Information to Cope with Underspecification in Formal
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A Novel View on Information Content of Concepts in Extremely Large Ontologies
409
A Design for a Freelyavailable Openlydeveloped
427
Knowledge Representation in Digital Medical Documents for Efficient Information
451
5Indexing and Retrieval Methods for Biomedical Data
472
Matching Controlled Vocabulary Words N Grabar P Zweigenbaum L Soualmia
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Medical Pedagogical Resources Management B Pouliquen F Le Duff D Delamarre
486
The Effect of Sample Size and MLP Architecture on Bayesian Learning for Cancer
504
The Value
643
Proper Revisited H van der Linden H Tange J Talmon and A Hasman
660
Societal Dimensions of Thirdparty Evaluation of Internet Health Content K Lampe
661
From Definition to Interoperability at Runtime
679
Opinions and Ehealth Behaviours of Patients and Health Professionals in the
695
Indexing Method of Digital Audiovisual Medical Resources with Semantic
715
Targeting Rasmussen Levels Using XML
732
Comparative Assessment of Two Interfaces for Delivering a Multimedia Medical
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A Generic Webbased Interactive Patient Simulation System N Zary
756
Application to Surgical Site
777
Impact of Nursing Education in Slovenia on Nurses Publishing in their Professional
794
Real Implementation in the Computerized Patient Care
812
From DRG Databases to an Epidemiological Observatory for Colorectal Cancer in
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Establishing Health Informatics as a Recognised and Respected Profession in
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The Danish National Health Informatics Strategy S Lippert and A Kverneland
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Interchange of Nominative Patient Data Between Healthcare Organizations
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Improving the Quality of Communication in Healthcare P J Toussaint J Verhoef
857
Modeling Interdependencies between Business and Communication Processes
863
About the Language of Hungarian Discharge Reports G SurjŠn and G Hťja
869
Patients Demands and the Development of EHR Systems L Zurita and C Nahr
886
From Computerized Patient Records to National Resource A Zuker
892
Author Index
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