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Author Borycki, E.M
Title International Perspectives in Health Informatics
Imprint Amsterdam : IOS Press, 2011
©2011
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Descript 1 online resource (448 pages)
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Series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics ; v.164
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
Note Title page -- Preface -- ITCH 2011 Steering Committee -- ITCH 2011 Scientific Program Committee -- Contents -- Clinical Decision Support -- Decision Support and Automation Bias: Methodology and Preliminary Results of a Systematic Review -- Automated Recognition and Post-Coordination of Complex Clinical Terms -- Study of the Effects of Clinical Decision Support System's Incorrect Advice and Clinical Case Difficulty on Users' Decision Making Accuracy -- Automation Bias - A Hidden Issue for Clinical Decision Support System Use -- Clinical Informatics -- The SignOut Discharge Summary System: Using Workflow Byproducts to Pre-Populate and Assemble Discharge Summaries -- Delivery of Psychosocial Care for Cancer Patients: A Pilot Investigation -- Critical Care Providers Refer to Information Tools Less During Communication Tasks After a Critical Care Clinical Information System Introduction -- E-Learning and Education -- Harmonizing the Competency Cacophony -- The National Student Forum and the Emergence of Health Informatics Clubs -- Clinical Informatics in Undergraduate Teaching of Health Informatics -- Critical Success Factors for Implementing Healthcare e-Learning -- Development of a Graduate Level Course in e-Health and Emerging Technology in Saudi Arabia -- Evaluation -- Clinical and Economic Results from a Randomized Trial of Clinical Decision Support in a Rural Health Network -- Economic Analysis of Centralized vs. Decentralized Electronic Data Capture in Multi-Center Clinical Studies -- Sociotechnical Evaluation of a Clinical Transformation Project in a Specialized Cancer Care Centre -- Defining a Framework for Health Information Technology Evaluation -- Health Records -- Use of Ontologies for Monitoring Electronic Health Records for Compliance with Clinical Practice Guidelines -- The Use of Biometrics in the Personal Health Record (PHR)
Longitudinal Analysis on Utilization of Medical Document Management System in a Hospital with EPR Implementation -- Early Development of an Enterprise Health Data Warehouse -- Informed Use of Patients' Records on Trusted Health Care Services -- Scenario-Based Stress Testing of an Electronic Patient Record System in a Thin-Client Computing Implementation -- EHR Strategy: Top Down, Bottom Up or Middle Out? -- Beyond Individual Patient Care: Enhanced Use of EMR Data in a Primary Care Setting -- e-Health Promises and Challenges: Some Ethical Considerations -- Health Informatics Initiatives in Developing Countries -- Monitoring of Congenital Anomalies in Developing Countries: A Pilot Model in Iran -- Economics of Health Informatics in Developing Countries -- An Online Method for Diagnosis of Difficult TB Cases for Developing Countries -- Developing a Medical Records System at the Ola During Children's Hospital, Freetown, Sierra Leone -- Healthcare Modeling and Simulation -- Making Eco-Friendly Transportation Safer: Developing Computer-Based Simulations to Assess of the Impacts of Bicycle Accident Prevention Interventions on Healthcare Utilization -- Model Human Behavior: Don't Constrain It! -- Waiting Time in Emergency Department by Simulation -- Human Computer Interaction -- Cognitive Analysis of a Medication Reconciliation Tool: Applying Laboratory and Naturalistic Approaches to System Evaluation -- Usability Analysis of the Tele-Nursing Call Management Software at HealthLink BC -- Adapting Usability Testing Techniques to Gather User Requirements: An Illustrative Proposal -- Usability Evaluation of a Pilot Implementation of the Electronic Clinical Transfusion Management System IT Specification for Blood Tracking -- Initiatives in International Health Informatics
POND4Kids: A Web-Based Pediatric Cancer Database for Hospital-Based Cancer Registration and Clinical Collaboration -- Occurrence Detection and Selection Procedures in Healthcare Facilities: A Comparison Across Canada and Brazil -- National Strategies for Health Data Interoperability -- Applying a Methodological Approach for a Telecare Solution in Saudi Arabia -- On-Line Communities -- Getting Better Together? Opportunities and Limitations for Technology-Facilitated Social Support in Cardiac Rehabilitation -- The Role of User-Centred Design Within Online Community Development -- A Requirements Engineering Approach for Improving the Quality of Diabetes Education Websites -- Methods -- Application of a Non-Linear Autoassociator to Breast Cancer Diagnosis -- From Complexity Theory to a Generalized Governance Model: A Practical Architectural Pattern for Health Care and Wellness Economies -- Who's Users? Participation and Empowerment in Socio-Technical Approaches to Health IT Developments -- Grounded Theory Evolution and Its Application in Health Informatics -- Use of Qualitative Methods Across the Software Development Lifecycle in Health Informatics -- Health Information System Access Control Redesign - Rationale and Method -- National Patient Flow Framework: An Ontological Patient-Oriented Redesign -- A Model for Representing Formal, Informal and Hybrid Communication in the Clinical Communication Space -- The Action Case Method in Health Informatics Research -- Nursing Informatics -- Application of Language Processing Techniques to Capture the Use of Nursing Clinical Terms from Narrative Statements: Report of a Pilot Study -- Leveling: An Approach to Advanced Human Simulation which Maximizes Learning and Available Resources -- Usability of Electronic Nursing Record Systems: Definition and Results from an Evaluation Study in Finland
Public Health Informatics -- Design and Testing of an Architecture for a National Primary Care Chronic Disease Surveillance Network in Canada -- Mandatory Public Reporting: Build It and Who Will Come? -- Emergence of a New Consumer Health Informatics Framework: Introducing the Healthcare Organization -- Safety and Quality Management -- Evaluation of Alert-Based Monitoring in a Computerised Blood Transfusion Management System -- Data that Makes a Difference in Quality Improvements in Primary Health Care: Approaches Through a Pan-Canadian Voluntary Electronic Medical Record Source -- Situation Awareness and Risk Management Understanding the Notification Issues -- Design of Adverse Drug Events-Scorecards -- Standardization and Interoperability -- Development of a Draft Pan-Canadian Primary Health Care Electronic Medical Record Content Standard -- Data Encryptions Techniques for Electronic Health Record Exchange -- Telehealth -- Teleoncology Uptake in British Columbia -- Strengths and Weaknesses of Using Conferencing Technologies to Support Drug Policy Knowledge Exchange -- Functional Safety in Telecare: A Proposal for Implementation and Joint Validation -- Robots, Multi-User Virtual Environments and Healthcare: Synergies for Future Directions -- Tele-ICU - A Canadian Review -- Subject Index -- Author Index
Health information systems are now widely used around the world to raise the quality of healthcare, reduce medical error rates and improve access to health information and services, and health informatics is now recognized as a separate and unique area of disciplinary study and professional practice.This book presents the proceedings of the 2011 Information Technology and Communications in Health (ITCH) conference, in Victoria, BC, Canada in February 2011. Health Informatics issues are not unique to one country or one organization and with its theme of International Perspectives, this conference provides a unique opportunity to share the lessons learned by both developed and developing countries. Effective use of scarce healthcare resources, ensuring the long-term sustainability of healthcare systems and moving the science of health informatics forward are discussed, and the conference also addresses key issues at the intersection of technology and healthcare such as; privacy, ethics, patient safety, efficiency and effectiveness, which are common to healthcare providers worldwide.The improvement of healthcare systems which employ health informatics technology is dependent upon such international exchanges and solution-sharing, and this book will be of interest to all those involved in providing better healthcare worldwide
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Borycki, E.M. International Perspectives in Health Informatics Amsterdam : IOS Press,c2011 9781607507086
Subject Medical informatics -- Congresses
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Alt Author Bartle-Clar, J.A
Househ, M.S
Kuziemsky, C. E
Schraa, E. G
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