Book Volume 16 2014

Concepts and Trends in Healthcare Information Systems

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ISBN: 978-3-319-06843-5 (Print) 978-3-319-06844-2 (Online)

Table of contents (13 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xi

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    Pages 1-7

    Patient-Generated EHR Input System Trials: An Analysis of Perceived Benefits Across a Range of Disease Groups

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    Pages 9-19

    Utilizing Semantic Web Technologies in Healthcare

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    Pages 21-42

    Exploiting Ontology Based Search and EHR Interoperability to Facilitate Clinical Trial Design

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    Pages 43-60

    Ontology-Driven Authorization Policies on Personal Health Records for Sustainable Citizen-Centered Healthcare

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    Pages 61-78

    Privacy-Preserving Access Control for PHR-Based Emergency Medical Systems

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    Pages 79-101

    Monitoring Patients in a Comorbid Condition with the Aid of Computerized Decision Support System

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    Pages 103-119

    Critical Success Factors in the Implementation of Integrated Healthcare Information Systems

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    Pages 121-133

    A Preventive Adverse Drug Events System

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    Pages 135-141

    Computational Modeling and Simulations in Life Sciences

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    Pages 143-167

    Stent Deployment Computer Based Simulations for Health Care Treatment of Diseased Arteries

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    Pages 169-193

    Development of Collaborative Modular Assembly Micro-Robot Colonies for Use in Natural Orifice Transluminal Endoscopic Surgery: The LABYRINTH Approach

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    Pages 195-204

    Impacts of Robotic Assisted Surgery on Hospital’s Strategic Plan: A Social Cost Approach

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    Pages 205-229

    Feature Analysis of Blind Watermarked Electromyogram Signal in Wireless Telemonitoring

  15. Back Matter

    Pages 231-235