Arie Hasman, Reinhold Haux, Johan van der Lei, Etienne De Clercq, Francis H. Roger France (Eds.):
Ubiquity: Technologies for Better Health in Aging Societies - Proceedings of MIE2006, The XXst International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics, Maastricht, The Netherlands, August 27-30, 2006.
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 124 IOS Press 2006, ISBN 978-1-58603-647-8
20. MIE 2006:
Maastricht, The Netherlands
0. Keynote Presentations
: Meeting the Challenges - the Role of Medical Informatics in an Ageing Society.
Design and Applications
Opportunities and Technologies
: Ubiquitous Technologies in Health: New Challenges of Opportunity, Expectation, and Responsibility.
1.3 Ubiquity and Health Services
1.4 Clinical Bioinformatics:
Modeling and Evaluation
1.5 Clinical Bioinformatics:
1.6 Health Standards
2.5 EHR and Clinical Management
3.1 Architectures of HIS
3.2 HIS Architectures:
Bernd G. M. E. Blobel
: Concept Representation in Health Informatics for Enabling Intelligent Architectures.
, Miroslav Koncar
: Integrating Radiology Information Systems with Healthcare Delivery Environments using DICOM and HL7 Standards.
, Arild Faxvaag
: The fate of clinical department systems at the dawn of hospital-wide Electronic health records in a Norwegian university hospital.
3.4 HIS and Electronic Health Records
, Basile Spyropoulos
, Michael Marinis
, Panagiotis Sarantakis
, Georgios Nikoloudakis
, Ilias Balabanis
, Nikolaos Karagiannis
, Irini Limnou
, Manolis Moschidis
, Aris Tzavaras
, Konstantinos Koutsourakis
: Software Development for the Estimation of the Mean DRGs related Treatment Cost.
3.5 Evaluation of HIS and EHR Systems
Applications and Approaches
Architectures and Strategies
4.3 eHealth and Economy
4.4 eHealth and Information Sharing
5.1 Decision Support:
Guidelines and Protocols
5.2 Decision Support:
5.3 Decision Support:
: Towards the Use of Ontologies for Activity-Based Costing in Healthcare Organizations.
5.4 Decision Support:
5.5 Evaluation of Decision Support Systems
Cornelia M. Ruland
: Clinicians' Perceived Usefulness of a Support System for Patient-centered Cancer Care.
5.6 Decision Support:
Evaluation and Experiences
6.1 Health Information Management
6.2 Modeling Healthcare
Anna Marie Høstgaard
: Change readiness research - A qualitative study of variations in participation.
6.3 Modeling Healthcare:
Communication and Patient Flows
7.1 Knowledge Representation
7.2 Ontologies for Medical Disciplines
7.3 Biomedical Ontologies
7.4 Concepts and Coding:
7.5 Concepts and Coding:
Jean Marie Rodrigues
, Alan L. Rector
, Pieter E. Zanstra
, Robert H. Baud
, Kerry Innes
, Jeremy Rogers
, Anne-Marie Rassinoux
, Stefan Schulz
, Béatrice Trombert Paviot
, Huib ten Napel
, Lucienne Clavel
, Egbert J. van der Haring
, Ceu Mateus
: An Ontology driven collaborative development for biomedical terminologies: from the French CCAM to the Australian ICHI coding system.
8.1 Health and Biomedical Informatics Education
8.2 Education and Networking
8.3 Patient Education and Consumer Informatics
8.4 Health and Clinical Management
, Heikki Aalto
, Timo Hirvonen
: On Neural Network Classification of Otoneurological Cases on the Basis of Recognition Results of Vestibulo-ocular Reflex Eye Movements Signal.
9.1 Publication and Presentation
9.2 Biomedical Imaging
: Progressing professional maturity in health informatics.
Brett W. Taylor
: The Demographic Bias of Email as a Survey Method in a Pediatric Emergency Population.
9.4 Evaluation and Lessons Learned
Jan Tore Lium
, Arild Faxvaag
: Removal of paper-based health records from Norwegian hospitals: Effects on clinical workflow.