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Title New perspectives in medical records : meeting the needs of patients and practitioners / Giovanni Rinaldi, editor
Published Cham, Switzerland : Springer, [2017]
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Series TELe-Health
TELe-Health.
Contents Preface; Introduction. Medical Records: Are We at the Top? Is There Still Room for Innovation?; References; Contents; 1: EHR, EPR, PS, PHR: Different Medical Records for Different Aims: Roles of Doctors, Patients, and Institutions; 1.1 Introduction; 1.2 The eHealth Ecosystem and Its Intrinsic Value ; 1.3 The Actors and Their Needs; 1.3.1 The Needs of the Patients and Their Families; 1.3.2 The Needs of Doctors and Researchers; 1.4 A Preliminary Discourse on the Architecture of the eHealth Ecosystem; References; 2: An Infrastructural Approach to Clinical Information
2.1 What Is the Problem?2.2 The EHR Demonstrator; 2.3 What Is Information Infrastructure?; 2.4 Clinical Communication; 2.5 Conclusions and Observations; Suggested Reading; 3: From Big Data to Big Insights: The Role of Platforms in Healthcare IT; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 What Is Big Data?; 3.3 Large-Scale Service Platforms; 3.4 Service-Oriented Architectures and the "As-a-Service" Model; 3.5 State of the Art of the Service Layers; 3.5.1 Data Comes in Many Different Sizes and Types; 3.5.2 Computing Systems; 3.5.3 Computing Infrastructures; 3.5.4 Data Analytics Platforms
3.5.5 Machine Learning Platforms3.6 Applications to Healthcare and Biomedical Research; 3.7 International Collaboration and Initiatives; References; 4: Shared Medical Record, Personal Health Folder and Health and Social Integrated Care in Catalonia: ICT Services for Integrated Care; 4.1 Introduction: The Need for a Shared Medical Record of Catalonia (HC3); 4.2 Fundamental Objectives of the HC3; 4.2.1 HC3 Data of Publication and Access; 4.2.2 Technological Basis of HC3; 4.2.3 Interoperability in the Shared Medical Record of Catalonia; 4.2.3.1 Functional Interoperability
4.2.3.2 Legal Interoperability4.2.3.3 Technical Interoperability; 4.2.3.4 Syntactic Interoperability; 4.2.3.5 Semantic Interoperability; 4.2.4 The Current Challenges; 4.2.5 HC3 as ICT Support to the Care Processes to Chronicity; 4.2.6 Shared Individual Intervention Plan (PIIC); 4.2.7 Evolution and New HC3 Projects: Structured Information; 4.3 Towards the Necessary Exchange of Data Between the Social and Health Integrated Care Systems; 4.4 Personal Health Folder (LMS); Suggested Reading; 5: Visual Analytics of Electronic Health Records with a Focus on Time; 5.1 Introduction
5.2 Visual Analytics5.3 EHR Challenges for VA; 5.3.1 Complexity of Time-Oriented Data; 5.3.2 Intertwining Patient Condition with Treatment Processes; 5.3.3 Scale from Single Patients to Cohorts; 5.3.4 Data Quality and Uncertainty; 5.3.5 User Interaction and User-Centered Design; 5.4 Summary and Outlook; References; 6: Military ICT and Innovative Networks for the Protection of People's Health; 6.1 Premise; 6.2 Impact on Healthcare; 6.3 The Objectives; 6.4 Background; 6.5 Specific Challenge; 6.6 Signal Processing; 6.7 Storage; 6.8 Hierarchical Aggregation; 6.9 Communication
Summary This book provides innovative practical suggestions regarding the production and management of medical records that are designed to address the inconsistencies and errors that have been highlighted especially in relation to national eHealth programs. Challenges and lessons that have emerged from the use of clinical information and the design of medical records are discussed, and principles underpinning the implementation of health IT are critically examined. New trends in the use of clinical data are explored in depth, with analysis of issues relating to integration and sharing of patient information, data visualization, big data analytics, and the requirements of modern electronic health records. The spirit pervading the book is one of co-production, in which the needs of practitioners are taken into account from the outset. Readers will learn the basic concepts of how clinical information emanating from the doctor--patient relationship can be effectively integrated with genetic and environmental data and analyzed by complex algorithms with the goal of improving medical decision making and patient care. The book, written by European experts and researchers, will be of interest to all stakeholders in the field, including doctors, technicians, and policy makers
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references
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Subject Medical records.
Form Electronic book
Author Rinaldi, Giovanni (Of Università di Bologna), editor
ISBN 3319286617 (electronic bk.)
9783319286617 (electronic bk.)