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From chart tracking to workflow management

P Srinivasan, G Vignes, C Venable, A Hazelwood, T Cade
1994 Proceedings. Symposium on Computer Applications in Medical Care  
converting the paper-based health information system into a computer-based system.  ...  The current interest in system-wide integration appears to be based on the assumption that an organization, by digitizing information and accepting a common standard for the exchange of such information  ...  It animates the model and makes results from the animation available for analysis.4 WORKFLOW MODEL OF A SIMPLIFIED HEALTH INFORMATION SYSTEMFigure 2contains a simiplified view of the PPN for a hospital  ... 
pmid:7950051 pmcid:PMC2247925 fatcat:qrzci64bzngllghjf4f3hh3gsi

Facilitating Social Harmony Through ICTs [chapter]

Robert M. Davison
2017 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Large Scale and Complex Information Systems for Development Chairs: Petter Nielsen, Johan Saebø Health Information Systems in Indonesia: Understanding and Addressing Complexity Jorn Braa, Sundeep  ...  Large Scale and Complex Information Systems for Development Chairs: Petter Nielsen, Johan Saebø Leveraging Software Platform Capabilities to Support HIV (ART) Treatment Adherence Management: A Case  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-319-59111-7_1 fatcat:ohycetvaf5bcpkjcqx2dxchpze

Verifying the Medical Specialty from User Profile of Online Community for Health-Related Advices [article]

Solomiia Fedushko, Natalia Shakhovska, Yuriy Syerov
2018 arXiv   pre-print
To avoid critical situations with the proliferation of unverified and inaccurate information in medical online community, it is necessary to develop a comprehensive software solution for verifying the  ...  The paper describes the verifying methods of medical specialty from user profile of online community for health-related advices.  ...  The formal model of the information track of a user of online community for health-related advices is described in the previous works [16] .  ... 
arXiv:1812.06354v1 fatcat:tijh64xgbzh2xjkp2c4nn7vvsa

Page 859 of Psychological Abstracts Vol. 78, Issue 3 [page]

1991 Psychological Abstracts  
, (3) a digital version of the optimum filter, (4) information transmission rates for tracking the optimum signal, and (5) channel capacity for pursuit tracking tasks involving one degree of freedom. 8643  ...  —Stochastic models for system effectiveness were devel- oped for a multiple-component human-machine system.  ... 

An informatics agenda for public health: summarized recommendations from the 2011 AMIA PHI Conference

Barbara L Massoudi, Kenneth W Goodman, Ivan J Gotham, John H Holmes, Lisa Lang, Kathleen Miner, David D Potenziani, Janise Richards, Anne M Turner, Paul C Fu
2012 JAMIA Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association  
The AMIA Public Health Informatics 2011 Conference brought together members of the public health and health informatics communities to revisit the national agenda developed at the AMIA Spring Congress  ...  Both communities stand to gain much by working together to use these recommendations to further advance the application of information technology to improve health. < An additional appendix is published  ...  We also thank everyone who attended the meeting from both the public health and informatics communities, who contributed so generously and thoughtfully to the development of these recommendations.  ... 
doi:10.1136/amiajnl-2011-000507 pmid:22395299 pmcid:PMC3422819 fatcat:7swmggpnundtni2oi2h6d5vshu

Dynamic Data Driven Applications System Concept for Information Fusion

Erik Blasch, Guna Seetharaman, Kitt Reinhardt
2013 Procedia Computer Science  
Acknowledgements The authors appreciate the discussions and motivation of advancements from DDDAS towards information fusion solutions from Dr. Frederica Darema.  ...  This work was supported by the United States Air Force and thus free of copyright of the publisher.  ...  Using the DDDAS concept, current trends include information management, large volume data processing, and system software over an enterprise for real-world complex systems design [7] .  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.procs.2013.05.369 fatcat:nvim3wydxjdxxdhlrkofhtr2la

Algorithmic skin: health-tracking technologies, personal analytics and the biopedagogies of digitized health and physical education

Ben Williamson
2014 Sport, Education and Society  
The emergence of digitized health and physical education, or 'eHPE', embeds software algorithms in the organization of health and physical education pedagogies.  ...  of the body; (2) health tracking as a form of pleasurable self-surveillance utilizing data analytics technologies to predict future bodily probabilities and (3) the ways that health-tracking produces  ...  (Lupton 2013, p. 27) Through health-tracking data, the body appears increasingly as part of an extended and distributed digital information system.  ... 
doi:10.1080/13573322.2014.962494 fatcat:3oi74qqxofhdjmgjonovab4cee

Recent Advances in Healthcare Software: Toward Context-Aware and Smart Solutions

Agusti Solanas, Jens H. Weber, Ayse Basar Bener, Frank van der Linden, Rafael Capilla
2017 IEEE Software  
Theoretical models developed in the domains of collaboration science and agent-based systems, such as the concept of common ground between collaborating agents, 5 offer a useful basis for developing  ...  They also track the software's actual use for improvement actions and programs. 6, 7 alidating the intended use continues to be important for the development of healthcare software (in particular, for  ... 
doi:10.1109/ms.2017.4121202 fatcat:lc5ruggse5aydlcvth7n7jbtte

Integration of Information Technologies in Enterprise Application Development

2012 Database Systems Journal  
Extensible software integration architectures and business orientation of process modeling and information systems functionalities, the same as open-connectivity, accessibility and virtualization lead  ...  In the era of integrated information systems and Internet explosion, the necessity of information systems integration reside from business process evolution, on the one hand, and from information technology  ...  Software prototype for enterprise applications integration for e-Health was designed and developed with the latest information technologies and it is a functional system that demonstrates the practical  ... 
doaj:420c5c9fc6684baaa55dc579c6478635 fatcat:vc3a7t5hizendiwyvwkcwmsjqu

Special issue on real-time image and video processing for pattern recognition systems and applications

Juan Wachs, Marta Mejail, Barak Fishbain, Luis Alvarez
2014 Journal of Real-Time Image Processing  
, area, orientation) and using this information for tracking.  ...  The overarching goal of the pattern recognition community consists of presenting hypotheses to describe classes of objects using mathematical models, processing the information to eliminate the presence  ...  , area, orientation) and using this information for tracking.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11554-014-0452-8 fatcat:3q5i5xv5tjbulahwsxoa5comjq

Managing Information Models for E-health via Planned Evolutionary Pathways [chapter]

Helmut Duwe
2004 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Information modelling is an essential ingredient of developing e-health applications. The theoretical foundations of information modelling are growing.  ...  The idea of planning evolutionary pathways as mechanism to handle information model complexity is illustrated in one area, namely the development of a study and subject record manager for health-relevant  ...  The author thanks Andrea Nitsche for critical-constructive proofreading.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-540-25944-2_148 fatcat:pwj6rrnjife2vb7hr6a6nhxufa

Exploratory Study of the Privacy Extension for System Theoretic Process Analysis (STPA-Priv) to Elicit Privacy Risks in eHealth

Kai Mindermann, Frederik Riedel, Asim Abdulkhaleq, Christoph Stach, Stefan Wagner
2017 2017 IEEE 25th International Requirements Engineering Conference Workshops (REW)  
Context: System Theoretic Process Analysis for Privacy (STPA-Priv) is a novel privacy risk elicitation method using a top down approach.  ...  Additionally, we learn that an iterative application of the steps might be necessary to find more privacy risks when more information about the system is available later.  ...  Such complex socio-technical software systems offer personalized services, personal assistants, and cloud services. Collecting and processing personal information is essential for those services.  ... 
doi:10.1109/rew.2017.30 dblp:conf/re/MindermannRAS017 fatcat:6hgvmlkxdvdwpjk4gc6oo5ucmu

Implementation Science Workshop: Implementation of an Electronic Referral System in a Large Academic Medical Center

Michael L. Barnett, Ateev Mehrotra, Joseph P. Frolkis, Melissa Spinks, Casey Steiger, Brandon Hehir, Jeffrey O. Greenberg, Hardeep Singh
2015 Journal of general internal medicine  
and the Agency for Health Care Research and Quality (R01HS022087), and the Houston VA HSR&D Center for Innovations in Quality, Effectiveness and Safety (CIN 13-413) .  ...  Singh is supported by the VA Health Services Research and Development Service (CRE 12-033; Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers USA 14-274), the VA National Center for Patient Safety  ...  In sum, the theoretical framework needs to account for the complex Bsociotechnical^context of health IT-enabled care.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11606-015-3516-y pmid:26556594 pmcid:PMC4762816 fatcat:cavtk7yauracnbquo7ksdsm5h4

Research on Intelligent Flight Software Robot Based on Internet of Things

Yibin Hou, Jin Wang
2017 Global Journal of Technology and Optimization  
This paper studies the intelligent flight monitoring software robot under the Internet of Things.  ...  In order to make life better and more convenient, the research of Internet of Things technology and application, focusing on research based on the Internet of intelligent flight spherical monitoring software  ...  management system scheme, also includes GIS geographic information system, integrated television monitoring system, health supervision and public health support capacity, and primary health care services  ... 
doi:10.4172/2229-8711.1000221 fatcat:64nqg53s7zff7fxiklpdd4biwu

Analysing the role of complexity in explaining the fortunes of technology programmes: empirical application of the NASSS framework

Trisha Greenhalgh, Joe Wherton, Chrysanthi Papoutsi, Jenni Lynch, Gemma Hughes, Christine A'Court, Sue Hinder, Rob Procter, Sara Shaw
2018 BMC Medicine  
They comprised video outpatient consultations, GPS tracking technology for cognitive impairment, pendant alarm services, remote biomarker monitoring for heart failure, care organising software and integrated  ...  Complexity was a common feature of all programmes. In particular, individuals' health and care needs were often complex and hence unpredictable and 'off algorithm'.  ...  Additional funding for the GPS tracking case study was provided through a Program Development Grant to TG from the National Institute for Health Research (RP-DG-1213-10003).  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12916-018-1050-6 pmid:29754584 pmcid:PMC5950199 fatcat:pw42oz3usrgknafki3ezz35djq
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