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Agent-Based Intelligent Clinical Information System for Persistent Lifelong Electronic Medical Record [chapter]

Il Kon Kim, Ji Hyun Yun
2003 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
In this paper we develop an agent-based intelligent clinical information system for persistent lifelong electronic medical record.  ...  For efficient clinical information management and system integration, clinical data, patient data privacy and integration of records need to be well organized and conform to relevant standards.  ...  In this paper we propose an agent-based intelligent information system for effective and interoperable clinical support of HL7 interface engine to the goal of lifetime persistent electronic medical record  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-39896-7_17 fatcat:7seyk4dnbzgzlgeqxb7c7nfxji

An intelligent tele-healthcare environment offering person-centric and wellness-maintenance services

S S Abidi
2001 Journal of medical systems  
TIDE manifests an 'intelligent' healthcare environment that aims to ensure lifelong coverage of person-specific health maintenance decision-support services--i.e., both wellness maintenance and illness  ...  Technically, TIDE is an amalgamation of diverse computer technologies--Artificial Intelligence, Internet, Multimedia, Databases, and Medical Informatics--to implement a sophisticated healthcare delivery  ...  Lim Wooi Loon for their invaluable suggestions and technical assistance during TIDE's implementation. The work was partially supported by a short-term grant from Universiti Sains Malaysia, Penang.  ... 
pmid:11433545 fatcat:sf5ic7tqanh5xlbhfnpmknwfha

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Chronic Airway Diseases: Focus on Asthma and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease

Yinhe Feng, Yubin Wang, Chunfang Zeng, Hui Mao
2021 International Journal of Medical Sciences  
Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) techniques have emerged as effective methods for mining and integrating large-scale, heterogeneous medical data for clinical practice, and several  ...  Although there are extensive guidelines for the prevention, early diagnosis, and rational treatment of these lifelong diseases, their value in precision medicine is very limited.  ...  (EHR) Asthma-COPD overlap A protocol Pros: based on electronic health records (EHRs) Cons: incomplete information of electronic health records Pikoula M, 2019 [84] Classification and assessment  ... 
doi:10.7150/ijms.58191 pmid:34220314 pmcid:PMC8241767 fatcat:b2j6aghelnbu3aqsgohjxwkypm

Using Knowledge Graph Structures for Semantic Interoperability in Electronic Health Records Data Exchanges

Shelly Sachdeva, Subhash Bhalla
2022 Information  
Archetypes are the basis for knowledge-based systems as these are means to define clinical knowledge.  ...  The lifelong electronic health records (EHR) structure and content require standardization efforts.  ...  Implementing High-Level Query Language Interfaces for Archetype-Based Electronic Health Records Database.  ... 
doi:10.3390/info13020052 fatcat:see6kyiqlncyjgfzahucbbjqty

An open, component-based information infrastructure for integrated health information networks

M Tsiknakis
2002 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
A fundamental requirement for achieving continuity of care is the seamless sharing of multimedia clinical information.  ...  In the context of the emerging global information society, the creation of and access to the integrated electronic health record (I-EHR) of a citizen has been assigned high priority in many countries.  ...  Finally, the work reported in this paper is being supported in part by a number of R&D projects of the EU Health Telematics and Information Society Technologies (IST) Programme, as well as a number of  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1386-5056(02)00060-6 pmid:12467787 fatcat:3htderuaava6rmxzwypikyqpry

The clinical impact of adherence to therapy in airways disease

Vincent Brennan, Christopher Mulvey, Richard W. Costello
2021 Breathe  
Examining a patient's prescription refill records or a digitally enabled inhaler can demonstrate a number of patterns of inhaler use.  ...  the clinical consequences of poor adherence to standard treatments for airways diseases.To describe how poor treatment adherence manifests as complications of the condition.To highlight that when a patient  ...  As a result, most information is gathered from the control limbs of clinical trials or from pharmacies via prescription refill records.  ... 
doi:10.1183/20734735.0039-2021 pmid:34295431 pmcid:PMC8291957 fatcat:vnx5744xazevpaz5cmlqxiwaqm

Trends in biologic therapies for rheumatoid arthritis: results from a survey of payers and providers

Rhonda Greenapple
2012 American health & drug benefits  
Among providers, experience with older RA agents remains the key driver for the choice of a biologic agent.  ...  Advances in RA therapies allow patients increasing options for effective disease management. However, the high cost of biologic therapies and the need for lifelong treatment raise economic concerns.  ...  framework can inform the coordination of cost and clinical management of RA.  ... 
pmid:24991313 pmcid:PMC4046448 fatcat:vnphryvwwfhy7pxrvmvco52vau

Using Text Messaging to Assess Adolescents' Health Information Needs: An Ecological Momentary Assessment

Rebecca Schnall, Anastasia Okoniewski, Victoria Tiase, Alexander Low, Martha Rodriguez, Steven Kaplan
2013 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
These clinical Information systems will form an electronic medical record that will be used to share appropriate clinical information between clinicians across the health system.  ...  The electronic medical record system also gives Dr.  ...  Health care professionals and organizations should adopt the computer-based patient record (CPR) as the standard for medical and all other records related to patient care. 2.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.2395 pmid:23467200 pmcid:PMC3636211 fatcat:i7umebv225dgnkddfug4n6zhla

Leading for change

Richard Dorritie, Nicolette Fiore-Lopez, Andréa Sonenberg
2020 Nursing Management  
Master's education prepares nurses for flexible leadership and critical action within complex, changing systems, including health, educational, and organizational systems.  ...  For some nurses, master's education equips them with a fulfilling lifetime expression of their mastery area. For others, this core is a graduate foundation for doctoral education.  ...  management for evidence-based care and health education; and • Facilitation and use of electronic health records to improve patient care.  ... 
doi:10.1097/01.numa.0000654844.72394.8f pmid:32101943 fatcat:s5ggfokhrjhv3gocm6ewwad25e

Lessons from Hippocrates: Time to Change the Cancer Paradigm

Carlos M. Galmarini
2020 International Journal of Chronic Diseases  
The ultimate goal of all medical activity is to restore patients to a state of complete physical, mental, and social wellbeing.  ...  The new paradigm should reflect that cancer is a systemic disease, which affects an individual patient living in a particular social reality, rather than an invading organism or a mere cluster of mutated  ...  Available patient information should include medical history, genetic idiosyncrasies, environmental factors, diet, lifestyle, particular behaviors, preferences, socioeconomic status, location, data recorded  ... 
doi:10.1155/2020/4715426 pmid:32566644 pmcid:PMC7298279 fatcat:3d5oodlcszfx7iqswfdoruf3pu

A Prediction Model for Adverse Outcome in Hospitalized Patients With Diabetes

K. Nirantharakumar, K. Hemming, P. Narendran, T. Marshall, J. J. Coleman
2013 Diabetes Care  
Analysis was based on 25,118 admissions with diabetes to University Hospital Birmingham, Birmingham, U.K., over 4 years (2007-2010).  ...  Once externally validated, we suggest that our model will be a useful tool for identifying diabetic patients who are at risk for poor outcomes when admitted to hospital.  ...  Information and Communication System (PICS), which records laboratory results, electronic observations and medication orders, and a Patient Administration System (PAS) which records discharge diagnostic  ... 
doi:10.2337/dc13-0452 pmid:24026555 pmcid:PMC3816890 fatcat:dfbynfpc35bmfbfybwpfygdmla

Developing and implementing national health identifiers in resource limited countries: why, what, who, when and how?

Eduard J. Beck, J. Mark Shields, Gaurang Tanna, Gerrit Henning, Ian de Vega, Gail Andrews, Philippe Boucher, Lionel Benting, Jesus Maria Garcia-Calleja, John Cutler, Whitney Ewing, Boonchai Kijsanayotin (+16 others)
2018 Global Health Action  
As individuals are tracked across different services, their information can be linked to develop longitudinal medical records.  ...  This allows for the development of longitudinal health records for individuals and de-identified individual level information is used to monitor and evaluate the use, cost, outcome and impact of health  ...  Paper context Linking data from different sources enables longitudinal individual health records to be constructed and de-identified personal health information (PHI) can be used for monitoring and evaluating  ... 
doi:10.1080/16549716.2018.1440782 pmid:29502484 pmcid:PMC5912435 fatcat:dxpmfbi5pjftfgjhw4atokf5ii

ENACT: a protocol for a randomised placebo-controlled trial investigating the efficacy and mechanisms of action of adjunctive N-acetylcysteine for first-episode psychosis

S. M. Cotton, M. Berk, A. Watson, S. Wood, K. Allott, C. F. Bartholomeusz, C. C. Bortolasci, K. Walder, B. O'Donoghue, O. M. Dean, A. Chanen, G. P. Amminger (+5 others)
2019 Trials  
Targeted drug development for FEP to date has generally not involved the exploration of neuroprotective agents.  ...  Nonetheless, the efficacy of antipsychotic medications is suboptimal, particularly for negative and cognitive symptoms, and more efficacious and benign treatments are needed.  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the clients and their families, and clinicians from Orygen Youth Health for their ongoing support for this trial.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13063-019-3786-5 pmid:31779696 pmcid:PMC6883553 fatcat:hhc5jiqzhfdorhd6bhftk4q2ua

Transformaciones en educación médica: innovaciones en la evaluación de los aprendizajes y avances tecnológicos (parte 2)

Verónica Luna de la Luz, Patricia González-Flores
2020 Investigación en Educación Médica  
Maintenance of competency requirements will be met by downloading information from the electronic health record and these learning management systems.  ...  The resulting enterprise-wide electronic health record, clinical communication/decision support tools, and population-scale research resources support his current focus on system-based care and research  ...  Figure 4: Education and Training Tasks in Academic Medical Systems ENDNOTE S  ... 
doi:10.22201/facmed.20075057e.2020.34.20220 fatcat:loaptgxerna45obr22i4mo77d4

Polypharmacy with antipsychotic drugs in patients with schizophrenia: Trends in multiple health care systems

F. Sun, E. M. Stock, L. A. Copeland, J. E. Zeber, B. K. Ahmedani, S. B. Morissette
2014 American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy  
Purpose-To investigate patterns in pharmacological treatment for patients with schizophrenia, we examined antipsychotic polypharmacy across multiple outpatient healthcare settings and their association  ...  Data were only available for VA patients in the years 2005-2009 due to IRB approvals. VA data were extracted from the VA's all-electronic medical records system for patients treated during FY05-FY09.  ...  information on non-federal office-based physician visits obtained through sampling a set of clinics and requesting these clinics to report on a systematic random sample during a single week of patient  ... 
doi:10.2146/ajhp130471 pmid:24733136 pmcid:PMC4432466 fatcat:eqcpxqid65asrhtnxypajc2qny
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