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Editorial

Panagiotis D. Bamidis
2016 Healthcare technology letters  
This special issue brings together work across these many facets of decision support technology for person-centred healthcare and gives a snapshot of some of the latest research in this area.  ...  1 Decision making is an eternal process in healthcare.  ... 
doi:10.1049/htl.2016.0013 pmid:27222724 pmcid:PMC4814848 fatcat:ei3tas4i65apjhrkasnnnqyqe4

Personalized Home Healthcare Options for Smart Service Delivery and Patient-Centered Monitoring

Adriana Alexandru, Marilena Ianculescu
2019 Journal of e-Health Management  
be improved and developed into an intelligent decision support system with real-time locating facilities in order to provide a better support to elderly to live at home and to have real-time access to  ...  Adapting the patients' monitoring in a familiar and age-friendly habitat has lately become a blustering necessity in the context of the global ageing of the population (due to the increasing longevity  ...  Basic Concepts Intelligent Decision Support Systems (IDSS) A clinical Decision Support System (DSS) is a software designed to perform data analysis and help health care professionals in making clinical  ... 
doi:10.5171/2019.630156 fatcat:7jrohfo5svgh7kk5ddeg5zlvqu

Aspects of Expansive Learning in the Context of Healthy Ageing—A Formative Intervention between Dental Care and Municipal Healthcare

Jessica Persson, Ann Svensson, Ingela Grönbeck Lindén, Sven Kylén, Catharina Hägglin
2022 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
The intervention formed an infrastructure and platform for work that benefits the ageing population and created a new basis for decisions regarding oral health in homecare.  ...  To meet the challenges associated with oral health in the ageing population, a formative intervention was launched.  ...  There are great needs for evidence-based information in order to support decision making in the work practice of healthcare in the municipal organizations.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph19031089 pmid:35162112 pmcid:PMC8834131 fatcat:mvolbvakdvesfcyxpoq2lgwd6y

An Individualized Approach to Cancer Screening Decisions in Older Adults: A Multilevel Framework

Erica S. Breslau, Sherri Sheinfeld Gorin, Heather M. Edwards, Mara A. Schonberg, Nicole Saiontz, Louise C. Walter
2016 Journal of general internal medicine  
Guidelines for optimal cancer screening in older adults remain unclear, particularly for adults over the age of 75.  ...  Thus, a systematic approach to enable individualized cancer screening decisions in older adults is needed.  ...  Acknowledgments: Disclaimer for Drs. Edwards and Sheinfeld  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-016-3629-y pmid:26941042 pmcid:PMC4835387 fatcat:a24r6cwqgffedbclozjvzyqxv4

Feasibility Study on an Evidence-Based Decision-Support System for Hospital Site Selection for an Aging Population

Jung Kim, Devini Senaratna, Jacobo Ruza, Calvin Kam, Sandy Ng
2015 Sustainability  
for informed healthcare resource allocation in the context of an aging population.  ...  Our research team has developed an evidence-based decision-support system, enhanced with a Geographic Information System (GIS), that has the potential to overcome these limitations.  ...  The authors would like to thank Ryan Coakley for the editing support provided. Author Contributions Jung In Kim conducted GIS analyses, created figures and was the main author of the paper.  ... 
doi:10.3390/su7032730 fatcat:h66y3uzsszd2tgayqk77nmd62e

Information and communication technology-based innovations for aging healthcare: a literature review

Shah Jahan Miah
2014 International Journal of Computers in Healthcare  
His current research interests are decision support systems for industries, design science research methodologies, e-service design for businesses and healthcare information systems development.  ...  The paper presents a systematic literature review to identify the key application areas of innovations through the use of information and communication technologies (ICT) in providing healthcare information  ...  Along with the major risk factors for complications in healthcare, new technology considered only support for information services in the home environment to reduce costs associated with facility-based  ... 
doi:10.1504/ijcih.2014.065810 fatcat:2364waw7i5emnaxbkgdzscerk4

An Intelligent Clinical Decision Support System for Assessing the Needs of a Long-Term Care Plan [chapter]

Paul Kai Yuet Siu, Valerie Tang, King Lun Choy, Hoi Yan Lam, George To Sum Ho
2019 Advances in Intelligent and Personalized Clinical Decision Support Systems [Working Title]  
In order to ensure the quality of the care services, an intelligent clinical decision support system (ICDSS) is proposed for care managers to improve their efficiency and effectiveness in assessing the  ...  With the global aging population, providing effective long-term care has been promoted and emphasized for reducing the hospitalizations of the elderly and the care burden to hospitals and governments.  ...  Acknowledgements The authors would like to thank Research Office and Faculty of Engineering of the Hong Kong Polytechnic University through the Engineering Doctorate programme for supporting this project  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.89663 fatcat:ov6lymcolbeznomh5ji662qanm

Silver Digital Patient, a New Emerging Stakeholder in Current Healthcare. ProActiveAgeing: A Case Study

Marilena IANCULESCU, Adriana ALEXANDRU
2016 Studies in Informatics and Control  
A silver digital patient is an older person that has the skills, knowledge, literacy and willingness to use eHealth tools and services for getting better informed and more involved in managing his/her  ...  ProActive Ageing project is an example of that; it has as outcome an integrated platform for online services that provides useful tools for empowering ageing persons to take an even more active role in  ...  A silver digital patient is looking for more than a simple access to healthcare information.  ... 
doi:10.24846/v25i4y201607 fatcat:ikxrr5tupbbrrpli7xd54lucvq

Reference Model and Architecture of Interactive Cognitive Health Advisor based on Evolutional Cyber-physical Systems

2019 KSII Transactions on Internet and Information Systems  
New features for chatbots and feedback functions set the position of the conversational interface system to improve human health by integrating information, analytics, and decisions and feedback as an  ...  The CHA RM provides a new approach to developing a digital healthcare model that includes integrated systems, subsystems, and components.  ...  This will further evolve into a clinical decision support system (CDSS) in the field of healthcare information and decision support.  ... 
doi:10.3837/tiis.2019.08.026 fatcat:vvt4vnaderbldkhtzgpsr5e5ii

Management of Parkinson's Disease 20 Years from Now: Towards Digital Health Pathways

Jochen Klucken, Rejko Krüger, Peter Schmidt, Bastiaan R. Bloem, Bastiaan R. Bloem, Patrik Brundin, J. William Langston
2018 Journal of Parkinson's Disease  
Within 20 years from now, such personal clinical decisions will be largely supported by digital means, also defining a new ecosystem of healthcare often referred to as "digital medicine".  ...  This should result in a better quality of life for patients and lower costs for society.  ...  all stakeholders, ultimately supporting a new ecosystem of healthcare: "digital medicine".  ... 
doi:10.3233/jpd-181519 pmid:30584171 pmcid:PMC6311358 fatcat:fo66nsi5a5dzjemnep52xisrhe

Psychosocial needs and preferences of individuals with hereditary cancer syndromes: Practice implications for the healthcare responsiveness

Eliana Silva, Pedro Gomes, Paula M. Matos, Eunice R. Silva, João Silva, Célia M. D. Sales
2021 Zenodo  
Introduction: Individuals carrying an inherited mutation for hereditary cancer syndromes usually have a long-term risk management process, requiring a responsive healthcare system.  ...  Results: Four main themes emerged from the individuals' interviews: (1) quality of clinical information; (2) clinical relationship; (3) psychological support, and (4) healthcare organization processes.  ...  not "sick", I just don't have a stomach" [I7, HDGC] Psychological Support 1) Individual psychological support 2) Psychological support for relatives 3) Suggestions of new approaches for support  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.4916848 fatcat:44a3llvuxbdifl3dgcrysrdleq

Service Delivery Reforms for Asian Ageing Societies: A Cross-Country Study Between Japan, South Korea, China, Thailand, Indonesia, and the Philippines

Shinichiro Noda, Paul Michael R. Hernandez, Kyoko Sudo, Kenzo Takahashi, Nam Eun Woo, He Chen, Kimiko Inaoka, Emiko Tateishi, Wahyu Sulistya Affarah, Hamsu Kadriyan, Jun Kobayashi
2021 International Journal of Integrated Care  
First, all countries except for the Philippines have policy decisions regarding reforms for the existing service delivery systems for healthcare, long-term care and welfare.  ...  A cross-country study design was used to compare healthcare reform policies with a framework in Japan, Korea, Thailand, China, Indonesia, and the Philippines.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank all individuals who participated in the interview process. We also would like to thank Enago (www.enago.jp) for the English language review.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.4739 pmid:33867896 pmcid:PMC8034408 fatcat:nyjxgt7fanbhfga6rh6bgozehq

Emerging Insights of Health Informatics Research: A Literature Analysis for Outlining New Themes

Shah Miah, Jun Shen, John W Lamp, Don Kerr, John Gammack
2019 Australasian Journal of Information Systems  
The findings provide an important foundational understanding for new health informatics studies.  ...  This paper presents a contemporary literature review to provide insights into the current health informatics literature.  ...  The sub-fields are healthcare service delivery technologies, data acquisition for healthcare or medical support; knowledge management for healthcare users, decision support systems for healthcare and medical  ... 
doi:10.3127/ajis.v23i0.2137 fatcat:qoa5pybcbzd2fktnoq3tw4psfu

Innovation in Transformative Nursing Leadership: Nursing Informatics Competencies and Roles

Sally Remus, Margaret Kennedy
2012 Nursing Leadership  
Background The first decade of the 21st century provided compelling evidence supporting the need for transformative leadership in healthcare.  ...  First, this approach will help protect healthcare system sustainability through information-informed decisions, and secondly, it supports achievement of the ultimate vision of healthcare -that of knowledge-driven  ... 
doi:10.12927/cjnl.2012.23260 fatcat:auliohhakrc2nh3v5xgjb6sd6y

Survey to healthcare professionals on the practicality of AI services for healthcare

Antti Väänänen, Keijo Haataja, Pekka Toivanen
2020 F1000Research  
Moreover, we found that the majority (67.8%) of healthcare professionals are willing to use AI for supporting decision making or even providing independent diagnosis.  ...  However, there is a need for research about healthcare professionals' willingness to use AI-based services, and their consideration about in which cases AI could provide better healthcare outcomes and  ...  Moreover, we present new ideas that will be used in our future research work and insights for a novel upcoming healthcare AI-service platform.  ... 
doi:10.12688/f1000research.23883.1 fatcat:i3qzz7apmbcq3depksa5cgkgci
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