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Author: Rory O'Moore; Stellan Bengtsson; John R Bryant; John S Bryden
Publisher: Berlin, Heidelberg : Springer Berlin Heidelberg, 1990.
Series: Lecture notes in medical informatics, 40.
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The particular slant of this 1990 conference is Health Information Technology slanted towards the World Health Organisation's goals of Health for All. Its particular theme is Health Added Value. It certainly is an up to date review of the work of those in the health information field around Europe. The papers were internationally refereed by two referees of repute and just under 300 submissions were reduced to the  Read more...

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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Rory O'Moore; Stellan Bengtsson; John R Bryant; John S Bryden
ISBN: 9783642516597 3642516599
OCLC Number: 851702995
Description: 1 online resource (l, 821 pages).
Contents: Clinical Information Systems I & II.- Object-oriented Modelling.- Scientific Uses of Computers in Dietetic Departments.- Computer Aided Movement Analysis in a Rehabilitation Context. The Project CAMARC (A1012) and some relevant scientific aspect.- The Multiple Tasks of a Drug Information Unit.- The FEBE Project: Modelling a Clinical Information System.- INFORM: Development of Information Management and Decision Support Systems for High Dependency Environments.- Process Modelling and the Cooperative Structure of Medical Office Work.- SISCOPE: A Clinical Workstation for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.- Information System for Management of Anaesthesia and Surgery.- The Development of an Online Regional Perinatal Data Collection System, and the Use of a Standard Group, `The Standard Primipara', for Audit.- Design Specifications of a Computer-based Management System for Discharge Summaries and Clinical Records.- The Use of Contour Plots for Interpretation of Multi-Drug Combination.- EURODIABETA - Modelling and Implementation of Information Systems for Chronic Health Care - Example: Diabetes.- Community and Primary Care I & II.- Modifying Physician Test-ordering Behavior in the Outpatient Clinic.- A.M.O.S. - An All-purpose Medical Data Organization and Display System.- Framework for Decision Support Systems in Primary Care.- An Overview of the Pen & Pad Project.- Informatics in Basic Health Care.- Data Sets for Ambulatory Care Suggested Specification and Rationale.- Minimum Data Sets for Ambulatory Care.- The Ambulatory Services Information System at Graduate Hospital.- The Evaluation of Computer Systems for Use in the Consulting Room.- A Computer Aided Community Oral Health Information System.- Health Added Value.- A Consulting Room System with Added Value.- How Does a Hospital Information System Add Value to Health in Denmark.- Systems Development as Action Research in Health Care.- Economic Evaluation of Electronic Communication in Health Care (3l-project).- The 3l Project.- DRGs, Case-Mix and Costings.- HIS Cost Modelling; a Suggestion for Uniformity.- The Use of the Diagnosis Related Groups: A Proposition.- Hospital Comparisons in Europe.- Case-mix for Prospective Hospital Financing in Belgium: Data Collection and Basic Descriptive Data.- of DRG System in Hungary.- Nursing Systems I & II.- Realising the Potential Benefits of Integrated Systems in Nursing.- The Impact of Information Systems in Critical Care: A Vehicle for Doing More With Less Resources.- Teams Management in a Hospital Information System.- Prototype Interface Evaluations of a Ward (Nursing) Computer Workstation.- Reconciling Demands for Management Information with Benefits for Ward Nurses - A Hospital Nursing Information System.- Development of an Integrated Nursing System: Nightmare or Challenge?.- "Working Together" - A Key Challenge for Community Nurses, Midwives and Health Visitors in the Nineties.- Skilfull Implementation of an Integrated HIS; success factors and pitfalls.- Expert Systems I - VI.- Intelligent Information Management in the 1990's - Application to Medical Informatics.- General Methodology and Problems in Assessment of Decision Support Systems.- Decision Support in a General Practice.- The Role of Intelligence Filters in Expert Systems.- Expert systems, databases and decision procedures.- A Powerful Tool for Developing Medical Expert Systems in HIS.- Interfacing PROLOG and SQL for Medical Knowledge Engineering Development.- First Steps in the Design and Utilisation of Portable Knowledge Bases for Building Medical Expert Systems.- Assessing the Feasibility of Knowledge Acquisition Techniques and Tools for Medical Domain Expert.- The design of the Oxford System of Medicine: an overview.- Post-Operative Treatment Supported by Pattern Recognition Theory.- Design, Validation and Evaluation of a Clinical Management and Information System for Fluid, Electrolyte and Nutritional Therapy Combining Conventional and Novel Techniques.- Proposal of an Expert System in Surgical Domain.- Machine Learning Techniques for Patient and Program Management in Renal Replacement/Transplantation Therapy.- Consulting System for Precancer State Diagnosis and for Therapy Selection.- Expert Systems in Gastrointestinal Diseases.- Decision Support System (DSS) in Managing Health Centers.- Medical Administration with Knowledge Back-up - The Possible Future of Medical Expert Systems.- Routinely-Used, Automated Interpretive Analysis of Hepatitis A and B Serology Findings by a Medical Expert System.- Mixed Approach Towards Decision Support Functions in a HIS Pharmacy Module.- Computer-aided Interpretation of Acid-base Disorders.- A Decision Support Tool for Laboratory Medicine Based on Automatic Knowledge Acquisition.- Towards a User Usable System for ECG Description.- A Knowledge-based Intelligent Signal monitoring System.- A Knowledge Based System in a Hospital - A Discussion of Improvements in Clinical Practice.- The Use of Petri Nets in Clinical Laboratories.- An Approach to Validation of Knowledge Acquisition.- Meta-Knowledge as a Means for Quality Management in Knowledge-Based Systems.- Critiquing based on Automated Medical Records: An Evaluation of HYPERCRITIC.- HYPERCRITIC: A Critiquing System for Hypertension.- Impact on Resource Consumption from Application of a Sequential Test Selection Strategy.- Education, Computer Aided Instruction I & II.- Medical Rural/Academic Computer and Communication Networks: Their Potential to assist with the Health of the Community i.e., Their Health Added Value.- Supporting Linkage of the Patient Record and the Medical Literature: The OAR System.- Informatics Applications for Nursing Management: A Summer Institute Curriculum.- Hypertext Application and Clinical Simulation: Innovative Approaches in Computer Aided Teaching of Medicine.- Programming `STRATEGY', Experiences with Object Oriented Programming in Turbo Pascal 5.5.- A Microcomputer Software Laboratory for Teaching Informatics to Medical Students.- Education in Medical Informatics in the Undergraduate Medical Curriculum: A Review.- WEIGHT, an Interactive Simulation Model of the Human Energy Housekeeping.- International Coordinated Development of Educational Software.- Hospital Information Systems I & II.- Hospital of the Future.- Systems Architectures for Evolvable Healthcare Information Support Systems.- The Management of the Medical Summary within the Integrated DIOGENE Hospital Information System.- A Model Based Approach to the Evolutionary Development of a High Performance Hospital Information System.- PC Assisted Drug Therapy Information Processing for Hospital Department.- Logistics Management in Health Care: Evolution or Revolution?.- Integration of PC's in the Hospital Information System Environment.- Strategic Information Systems: An Opportunity for Health Service Providers.- Nursing and Resource Management.- The HISS Project - A Pilot Site's View.- Accurate Gathering of Clinical Information is a Pre-requisite of any Resource Management Initiative.- Communications and PACS I & II.- Telemedicine in Obstetrics.- An ODA Based System for Standardized Exchange of Medical Documents.- Integrated Medical Communication and Retrieval System: Patient.- Implementation of Picture Archiving and Communication Systems in Hospitals Guided by Dedicated Software.- The General Practitioner and Electronic Data Interchange COPA: Communication Project Apeldoorn.- Health Promotion.- Improving Access to Health Promotion Information in Wales - New Initiatives in Information Delivery and its Evaluation.- The Role of the Chief Information Officer in Health Care Organizations.- An Expert Advisory Computer System for Pregnancy Related Matters.- Potential for Electronic Delivery of Health Education Materials to Schools.- A Computer-Based Shared-Care Scheme for Hypertension in Glasgow: Feasibility and Acceptability.- Health Promotion on the Basis of Health Status Monitoring.- Computer-Assisted Psychophysiological Regulation Diagnostics - New Possibilities for Preventive Health Care.- Environmental/Communicable Disease/Epidemiology I & II.- A Clinical Information System for HIV/AIDS Patients at Ruchill Hospital, Glasgow; Development and Evaluation.- Discriminant Functions in Different Geographical Areas.- Epidemiology and Health Service Management of Diabetes Mellitus in the German Democratic Republic.- Developing an Information Base to Support Purchasing of Health Care and Epidemiological Studies.- Expert Interface for Epidemiologic Data Management.- Hospital Clientele & Attendance for Selected Pathologies Assistance Publique - Hopitaux de Paris 1988.- A Space Oriented Approach in the Analysis of the Health Status of the Population.- Critical Safety and Privacy.- Safety Critical Systems in Medicine.- Addressing Health and Safety Issues in the Design of Healthcare Systems.- The Six Safety First Principles of Health Information Systems: A Programme of Implementation - Part 1 Safety and Security.- The Six Safety First Principles of Health Information Systems: A Programme of Implementation - Part 2 Convenience and Legal Issues.- Problems of the Privacy in the Medical Informatics.- Natural Language Translation I & II.- Proximity Processing of Medical Text.- The Usage of Pseudo-Natural Language in Clinical Data Management: An Example in "Coral" Project.- Structured Data Acquisition and Analyzation in Osteologic Pathology Based on an Integrated Medical Data Dictionary.- Data Modelling: Medical Information and The Object Oriented Paradigm.- The Read Clinical Classification (Read Codes).- Data Accuracy and Reliability of a System to Encode Semi-Automatically Clinical Diagnoses.- Follow-up of Severity in Chronic and Recurrent Diseases in Ambulatory Practice: Toward a Common Medical Language.- Integration of a Medical Data Dictionary into Clinical Application Programs - Problems and Solutions.- Automated Coding of Discharge Diagnoses in a Surgical Department Information System.- Quality Assurance.- Quality Circles- A New Method for Quality Assurance in PHC. Use of Computerized Medical Records for Medical Audit in a District Health Centre.- Improving the Quality of Health Care Using a Simulation Game in a Multi-actor Network.- Improve Quality Assurance Standards Through a Computerized Patient Information System: The Next Generation in Systems Solutions.- Quality - Doing it Right.- Computerized Medical Record - A Tool for Quality Assurance in Primary Health Care.- An Advanced EDP-Audit Package in an Integrated Hospital Information System, What are the Requirements ?.- Criteria for Evaluation of Information Technology in Health Care.- The Planning and Development of a Clinically Based Multiuser Microcomputer-Based System for Audit and Quality Assurance.- Managing Quality.- Medical Technology I & II.- Structural Pattern Recognition for Automatic Detection of ST - Segment Variations in Holter-Monitoring.- Medical Three-Dimensional Images.- Allocating Blood to Hospitals as a Multiobjective Transportation Problem.- A Methodology for use of a Computer to assist in the Recording and Processing of Data to Temperature Changes in the Human Gut.- Integration of a Data Driven Blood Glucose Simulation into a Rule Based Expert System.- Renner R Can Neural Networks explain Stuttering?.- Self contained Stimulator for Visual and Auditive Evoqued Potentials.- Imaging and Allied Topics.- Cardiovascular Angiology on a Macintosh II.- Knowledge-based Image Analysis on the Basis of Predicate Logic.- Computer Aided Recognition of CT Scan Images.- Health Informatics in Europe.- European Challenges in Medical Informatics.- The Realisation of the AIM Programme.- Poster Presentations.- The Development of Hospital Information System in the Military Medical Academy in Belgrade.- An Inexpensive Microinformatic Applications Generator on Data Files, for Community Health Centres.- A Computer System to Evaluate DRGs parameters.- Neural Network Computing in Medicine: Realization of a Successful Model for Exercise Stress Test Evaluation.- Hospital Menu Analysis by Microcomputer.- Mersiniosis Surveillance Programme in Czechoslovakia.- Computerized Reflected Optical Densitometry. A Research on the Colour of the Skin.- PACS - Archiving and Communication in Clinical Routine.- Qualitative Reasoning in Medicine.- Integrated Selective Heart Disease Screening.- Measuring Rehabilitation Outcome in the Mersey Region Spinal Injury Centre: A Programme to Assess Progress and Quality.- Development of a Computerised Pre-Anaesthetic Screening System - PASS.- Application of a Paediatric Cardiology Relational Database - A Clinical & Management Tool.- Quality Assurance and Child Health: A Systematic Approach to Community Preventive Child Health Services.- St Mary's Maternity Information System - The Neonatal Module.- The Questions of Development of the Information Systems on Public Health.- Application of Information Technology in a Clinical Urology Department.- Movement Analysis in Rehabilitation: A Knowledge Base on the Assessed Existing Biomedical Knowledge.- User Modeling in Health Care - A Pilot Study.- Hospital Management Information.- Anaesthetic Audit.- Realization of a Microcomputer Based Relational Data Bank for the Study of Congenital Hip Dysplasia.- Author Index.
Series Title: Lecture notes in medical informatics, 40.
Responsibility: edited by Rory O'Moore, Stellan Bengtsson, John R. Bryant, John S. Bryden.


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