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    J. Mantas,S.K. Andersen,M.C. Mazzoleni,B. Blobel,S. Quaglini,A. Moen
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Mazzoleni · B. Blobel · S. Quaglini · A. Moen.

Mazzoleni · B. ISBN: 978-1-61499-100-7. ISBN-10: 1-61499-100-6.

But evidence-based medicine needs quality information if it is to lead to quality of health and thus to quality of life

But evidence-based medicine needs quality information if it is to lead to quality of health and thus to quality of life. This book presents the full papers accepted for presentation at the MIE2012 conferen Medical informatics and electronic healthcare have many benefits to offer in terms of quality of life for patients, healthcare personnel, citizens and society in general. But evidence-based medicine needs quality information if it is to lead to quality of health and thus to quality of life

The theme of MIE2012 is ‘Quality of Life through Quality of Information’. The conference focuses on the role of e-health in pursuing benefits in terms of quality of life for patients, health-care personnel, citizens and society.

The theme of MIE2012 is ‘Quality of Life through Quality of Information’. The importance of Information towards Quality of Health Care and Quality of Life is highlighted across the current proceedings. The topic can be analysed from many points of view, and MIE2012 provides a unique platform for the fruitful exchange of ideas and experiences among the actors and stakeholders of ICT supported healthcare.

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This paper examines the role of digital technologies in health surveillance practices by. .In: Mantas J. Andersen . Mazzoleni . Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association 17, 265–273. Van’t Hof . van Est . and F. Daeman.

This paper examines the role of digital technologies in health surveillance practices by revisiting the arguments made by the French philosopher Michel Foucault regarding the social role of ‘the. Blobel . Quaglini S. and A. Quality of life through quality of information. Amsterdam: IOS Press.

Studies in health technology and informatics ; v. 180. Abstract: Role of e-health in pursuing benefits in terms of quality of life for patients, health-care personnel, citizens and society. Subject Term: Medical informatics - Congresses. HEALTH & FITNESS, Diseases, General. HEALTH & FITNESS, Health Care Issues. MEDICAL, Health Care Delivery. MEDICAL, Health Policy. MEDICAL, Public Health.

The major benefits on quality of health services are considered to be the increased adequacy to standard based care . Concepts and Solutions for Future-Proof Health Information Systems and Health Networks.

The major benefits on quality of health services are considered to be the increased adequacy to standard based care procedures, improved surveillance and decreased medication errors. The key solution to improve the quality of the health services is considered to be the implementation of the Service-oriented Interoperability Paradigm for specifying and standardizing medical services. Pharow, P. (ed. Advanced Health Telematics and Telemedicine. The Magdeburg Expert Summit Textbook.

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Experts consider health information technology key to improving efficiency and quality of health care. 257 studies met the inclusion criteria. Most studies addressed decision support systems or electronic health records. Approximately 25% of the studies were from 4 academic institutions that implemented internally developed systems; only 9 studies evaluated multifunctional, commercially developed systems.

related to quality of life: fitness, nutrition, wellness . The results establish a foundation for wearable technologies through a heuristic quality assessment tool from a user embodied cognitive process.

related to quality of life: fitness, nutrition, wellness, mental health, and sustainability. Through this practice, we build on prior studies to propose an analytical framework of personal informatics for mental wellness. They confirm the validity and utility of applying affordances to the design of IoT as a useful concept, as well as prove that the optimum mix of affordances is crucial to the success or failure of IoT design.

Medical informatics and electronic healthcare have many benefits to offer in terms of quality of life for patients, healthcare personnel, citizens and society in general. But evidence-based medicine needs quality information if it is to lead to quality of health and thus to quality of life. This book presents the full papers accepted for presentation at the MIE2012 conference, held in Pisa, Italy, in August 2012. The theme of the 2012 conference is Quality of Life through Quality of Information. As always, the conference provides a unique platform for the exchange of ideas and experiences among the actors and stakeholders of ICT supported healthcare. The book incorporates contributions related to the latest achievements in biomedical and health informatics in terms of major challenges such as interoperability, collaboration, coordination and patient-oriented healthcare at the most appropriate level of care. It also offers new perspectives for the future of biomedical and health informatics, critical appraisal of strategies for user involvement, insights for design, deployment and the sustainable use of electronic health records, standards, social software, citizen centred e-health, and new challenges in rehabilitation and social care informatics. The topics presented are interdisciplinary in nature and will be of interest to a variety of professionals; physicians, nurses and other allied health providers, health informaticians, engineers, academics and representatives from industry and consultancy in the various fields.