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Conference Australian National Health Informatics Conference (20th : 2012 : Sydney, N.S.W.)

Title Health Informatics : building a healthcare future through trusted information ; selected papers from the 20th Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC 2012) / edited by Anthony J. Maeder and Fernando J. Martin-Sanchez.

Imprint Amsterdam : IOS Press Inc., ©2012.

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 260 pages) : illustrations
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Series Studies in health technology and informatics, 0926-9630 ; 178
Studies in health technology and informatics ; v. 178. 0926-9630
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Understanding Doctors' Perceptions of Their Prescribing Competency and the Value They Ascribe to an Electronic Prescribing System -- Privacy with Emergency Medical Information Used in First Response -- The Cradle Coast Personally Controlled Electronic Health Record Evaluation Research Plan -- An Australian Roadmap for ICT Research and Development for Ageing Lessons from a European Union Initiative -- An Information Management System for Patients with Tuberculosis: Usability Assessment with End-Users.
We Are Not Educating the Future Clinical Health Professional Workforce Adequately for E-Health Competence: Findings of an Australian StudyInfluencing Factors for Adopting Personal Health Record (PHR) -- Exploring the Role of Pathology Test Results in the Prediction of Remaining Days of Hospitalisation -- Exergames for the Elderly: Towards an Embedded Kinect-Based Clinical Test of Falls Risk -- Managing Collaboration Across Boundaries in Health Information Technology Projects -- An ICU Clinical Information System -- Clinicians' Expectations and Perceptions of Its Impact.
Use of an Electronic Drug Monitoring System for Ambulatory Patients with Chronic Disease: How Does It Impact on Nurses' Time Spent Documenting Clinical Care Visualising Patient Flow -- Considerations of Electronic Medications Management Systems in Hospital Setting -- Early Discharge and Its Effect on ED Length of Stay and Access Block -- The Effect of E-Health Contents on Health Science Students' Attitude Toward the Efficiency of Health ICT in Care Provision -- A Qualitative Study of Australians' Opinions About Personally Controlled Electronic Health Records.
A Method for the Semantic Enrichment of Clinical Trial DataElectronic Health Information System Implementation Models -- A Review -- Evaluation of Bluetooth Low Power for Physiological Monitoring in a Home Based Cardiac Rehabilitation Program -- The Development of Online Learning Designs for Patients with Type 2 Diabetes -- Investigation of Decision Making Issues in the Use of Current Clinical Information Systems -- Using Australian Medicines Terminology (AMT) and SNOMED CT-AU to Better Support Clinical Research -- Classification of Pathology Reports for Cancer Registry Notifications.
Multi-Layered System Design for Classifying Activities of Daily LivingEEG Data Compression to Monitor DoA in Telemedicine -- Using Utilisation Data to Estimate Future Demand for Medical Internists: The Impact of Demographic Demand Driver in Thailand -- Computational Recognition of SNOMED CT Codes from ED Case Notes -- Evaluating Online Diagnostic Decision Support Tools for the Clinical Setting -- Align, Share Responsibility and Collaborate: Potential Considerations to Aid in E-Health Policy Development -- Understanding Unintended Consequences for EMR: A Literature Review.
Physicians' Satisfaction with Computerised Physician Order Entry (CPOE) at the National Guard Health Affairs: A Preliminary Study.
Summary A more trusted environment for the management and use of health information would undoubtedly help to consolidate and accelerate the use of health informatics solutions as change mechanisms to drive the establishment and adoption of new models of care, as well as new technology-oriented healthcare processes. This book presents 35 papers from the Australian National Health Informatics Conference (HIC 2012), held in Sydney, Australia, in July and August 2012. The theme of the conference is 'Health Informatics - Building a Healthcare Future Through Trusted Information', and emphasises the importan.
Subject Medical informatics -- Congresses.
Technological innovations -- Congresses.
Medicine -- Data processing -- Congresses.
Medical Informatics.
Electronic Health Records.
Computer Security.
MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- Medical Technology.
MEDICAL -- Biotechnology.
MEDICAL -- Family & General Practice.
MEDICAL -- Lasers in Medicine.
TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Biomedical.
Medical informatics. (OCoLC)fst01014175
Medicine -- Data processing. (OCoLC)fst01014924
Technological innovations. (OCoLC)fst01145002
Informatique médicale -- Actes de congrès.
Sécurité informatique -- Actes de congrès.
Dossiers médicaux électroniques -- Actes de congrès.
Médecine -- Informatique -- Congrès.
Systèmes informatiques -- Mesures de sûreté -- Congrès.
Dossiers médicaux -- Informatique -- Congrès.
Genre/Form Congress.
Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings. (OCoLC)fst01423772
Added Author Maeder, Anthony.
Martin-Sanchez, Fernando J.
Other Form: Print version: Health Informatics. Ios Pr Inc 2012 9781614990772 (OCoLC)795756792
ISBN 9781614990772
1614990778
9781614990789
1614990786
Standard No. NLM 101591554
AU@ 000050608158
AU@ 000053017148
AU@ 000062356519
DEBBG BV043128882
DEBBG BV043774173
DEBBG BV044168616
DEBSZ 421332255
GBVCP 804092265
NZ1 14334924

 
    
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