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Author Béranger, Jérôme
Title Medical Information Systems Ethics
Imprint : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated, 2015
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Note Intro -- Table of Contents -- Title -- Copyright -- Introduction -- I.1. Questions on which our study is based -- I.2. Objectives and contributions of this book -- I.3. Toward medical ethics -- 1: The Emergence of Medical Information in the Face of Personal and Societal Ethical Challenges -- 1.1. An information-consuming society -- 1.2. e-Health, m-health, the Quantified Self and Big Data -- 1.3. Medical secrecy in the face of the computerization of healthcare data -- 1.4. Cultural evolution of mentalities surrounding legitimacy of information -- 1.5. Processing of personal data in law -- 2: Ethical Modeling: From the Design to the Use of an Information System -- 2.1. Info-ethics: data on practical wisdom -- 2.2. Identification of method used to develop the ethical analysis model -- 2.3. Development of the ethical analysis space -- 2.4. Presentation of the ethical model -- 3: Uses of This Ethical Model -- 3.1. Implementing the ethical model -- 3.2. Presentation of the study's questionnaires -- 3.3. Necessary environmental changes for healthcare information systems: recommendations and actions -- 3.4. Creating an ethical charter on the "ideal" computational tool for a healthcare establishment -- 4: Ethics-Oriented Personalized Medicine -- 4.1. The evolution of society toward an ethical ideal based on information -- 4.2. The doctor-patient-IS triangulation -- 4.3. Ethical use of an information system in healthcare -- 4.4. Ethics-oriented personalized medicine -- 4.5. Tool for the establishment and constant improvement of information systems for ethical practice in hospitals -- Conclusions -- Appendix 1: Classification of the Justifications in terms of the Different Real-world Environmental Parameters and Fundamental Ethical Principles pertaining to the Major Objectives of an IS in Healthcare
Appendix 2: Questionnaire 1: Designed to Analyze the Perception of Actors in Oncology about the Primary Objectives of an IS in Healthcare -- Appendix 3: Questionnaire 1ʹ: Designed to Analyze Healthcare Users' Perceptions of the Main Objectives of an IS in Healthcare -- Appendix 4: Questionnaire 2: Designed to Study the Realization and Characteristics of the IS Tool, to be used by the Designer of the IS and to the "Internal" Users -- Appendix 5: Questionnaire 3: Designed to Analyze the Methods and Tools Put in Place to Enable the IS to Work -- Appendix 6: Environmental Parameters of the Knowledge Pyramid -- Bibliography -- Index -- End User License Agreement
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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: Béranger, Jérôme Medical Information Systems Ethics : John Wiley & Sons, Incorporated,c2015 9781848218598
Subject Medical informatics -- Moral and ethical aspects -- France.;Medical records -- Access control -- Moral and ethical aspects -- France.;Medicine -- Data processing -- Moral and ethical aspects -- France
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