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Author eHealth Conference (8th : 2014 : Vienna, Austria), author

Title eHealth2014--health informatics meets eHealth : outcomes research: the benefit of health-IT / edited by Alexander Hörbst, Dieter Hayn, Günter Schreier, Elske Ammenwerth
Published Amsterdam : IOS Press, [2014]
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Description 1 online resource (xiv, 258 pages) : illustrations
Series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 1879-8365 ; volume 198
Studies in health technology and informatics ; volume 198. 0926-9630
Contents Bedside patient data viewer using RFID and e-ink technology -- Framework for near-field-communication-based geo-localization and personalization for android-based smartphones--application in hospital environments -- Closed-loop healthcare monitoring in a collaborative heart failure network -- Towards a global it system for personalized medicine: the medicine safety code initiative -- Usability of patient-centered health it: mixed-methods usability study of ePill -- A reference architecture for semantic interoperability and its practical application -- Towards the automated generation of expert profiles for rare diseases through bibliometric analysis -- Ethical aspects of using medical social media in healthcare applications -- Applying operational research and data mining to performance based medical personnel motivation system -- Healthcare-associated infection surveillance and bedside alerts -- LUMOR: an app for standardized control and monitoring of a porcine lung and its nutrient cycle -- Development of an accommodative smartphone app for medical guidelines in pediatric emergencies -- Visualization of CDA laboratory reports and long term trends as a possible EHR application for patients and physicians -- Validating EHR documents: automatic Schematron generation using archetypes -- Improving emergency medical dispatching with emphasis on mass-casualty incidents -- IT-benchmarking of clinical workflows: concept, implementation, and evaluation -- An Arden-syntax-based clinical decision support framework for medical guidelines: Lyme borreliosis as an example -- Case-based visualization of a patient cohort using seer epidemiologic data -- Virtual patients feedback system: a concept to support students and educators -- Supporting knowledge discovery in medicine -- OphthalNet Vienna: constructive quality assurance and resource optimization in ophthalmology -- Certification programs for e-health: status quo -- Education for e-health: a status analysis -- Transferring learning to practice with e-learning: experiences in continuing education in the field of ambient assisted living -- -- Can smartphone-based logging support diabetologists in solving glycemic control problems? -- Connecting cloud-based personal health records with an XDS affinity domain to provide additional information at the point-of-care -- Integrating the hospital information system (HIS) into the Austrian electronic health record ("ELGA") using the example of the health care facility "Breitenstein" -- Patient identity management for secondary use of biomedical research data in a distributed computing environment -- The development of an application for data privacy by applying an audit repository based on IHE ATNA -- Generation of ELGA-compatible radiology reports from the Vienna hospital association's EHR system -- Estimation of respiratory flow by means of normal lung sound -- Integrated medication management in m-health applications -- Crucial factors for the acceptance of a computerized national medication list: insights into findings from the evaluation of the Austrian e-Medikation pilot -- Estimating severe drug-drug interaction warnings per medical specialist groups for nationwide emedication in Austria -- Ontology content patterns as bridge for the semantic representation of clinical information -- A toolbox to improve algorithms for insulin-dosing decision support -- Jade: a tool for medical researchers to explore adverse drug events using health claims data -- The impact of adherence on costs and effectiveness of telemedical patient management in heart failure: a systematic review -- Telemonitoring of patients with Parkinson's disease using inertia sensors -- Structuring clinical workflows for diabetes care: an overview of the OntoHealth approach -- A proposal for an Austrian nursing minimum data set (NMDS): a Delphi study
Summary "It is generally accepted that information and communication technology has the potential to support high quality, high-tech medicine, but up to now healthcare has lagged behind other sectors, such as service industries, in the implementation of such technology. Medicine is now beginning to catch up, however, and the Austrian government recently agreed on the nationwide implementation of an Electronic Health Record (Elektronische Gesundheitsakte (ELGA)). This book presents the proceedings of the 8th scientific eHealth conference, which is being held in Vienna, Austria, in the context of the eHealth Summit Austria, in April 2014. The theme of the conference is "Outcomes Research: The Benefit of Health-IT", addressing the challenges which will inevitably accompany the new opportunities offered by the increased use of ICT in healthcare. The history of technologies making the transition from the laboratory into practice is one of mixed success. It is vital to understand what makes such an implementation a positive one, and factors such as the needs, fears, and context of potential users are as important as a sound technical implementation. Priorities may need to be rethought and new dimensions added. The book will be of interest to all those considering the effect of new technologies and eHealth on the provision of healthcare systems, and seeking to achieve services which are both technically and organizationally sound and which will also efficiently deliver noticeable benefits for users"--Publisher's description
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Subject Medical informatics -- Congresses.
Telemedicine.
Medical Informatics.
Genre/Form Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Form Electronic book
Author Ammenwerth, Elske, 1970- editor
Hayn, Dieter, editor
Hörbst, Alexander, editor
Schreier, Günter, editor
ISBN (1614993963) (hardback)
1614993971 (electronic bk.)
9781614993971 (electronic bk.)
Other Titles Health informatics meets ehealth
eHealth 2014