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Conference International Congress on Medical Informatics (19th : 2005 : Geneva, Switzerland)
Title Connecting medical informatics and bio-informatics : proceedings of MIE2005 : the XIXth International Congress of the European Federation for Medical Informatics / edited by Rolf Engelbrecht [and others].
Imprint Amsterdam : IOS Press, [2005]

Conference International Congress on Medical Informatics (19th : 2005 : Geneva, Switzerland)
Series Studies in health technology and informatics, 1879-8365 ; v. 116
Studies in health technology and informatics ; v. 116. 0926-9630
Subject Medical informatics -- Congresses.
Medical Informatics Applications -- Congresses.
Computational Biology -- Congresses.
Medical Records Systems, Computerized -- Congresses.
Alt Name Engelbrecht, R. (Rolf),
European Federation for Medical Informatics,
Swiss Society for Medical Informatics,
Add Title Proceedings of MIE2005
Description 1 online resource (xix, 1032 pages) : illustrations.
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Summary "A wide spectrum of actual topics in bio-informatics, including both medical and bio-medical informatics, is addressed by MIE (Medical Informatics Europe), the leading annual conference in Europe dealing with telematics in health care. The main theme in this publication is the development of connections between bio-informatics and medical informatics. Tools and concepts from both disciplines can complement each other. Information derived at the molecular level influences patient care processes. New bridges must be built. For this purpose, a panel of high level scientists was invited to participate and to give keynote speeches, tutorials and workshop discussions. Topics include: sharing resources between bio-informatics and medical informatics; sharing knowledge, common data and tools, interactions and potentialization for the benefit of patients; image processing and feature extraction; electronic health records and information systems; biosignal analysis, human interface, quality assessment, patients as citizens, statistical methods, knowledge engineering and telematics"--Publisher's description.
Note Online resource; title from pdf title page (IOS Press, viewed February 7, 2017).
Contents Title page; Preface; Reviewers for MIE2005; Contents; Bioinformatics and Medical Genomics; Immunogenetics Sequence Annotation: The Strategy of IMGT Based on IMGT-ONTOLOGY; An Integrated Data-Warehouse-Concept for Clinical and Biological Information; Time Series Models on Analysing Mortality Rates and Acute Childhood Lymphoid Leukaemia; Bio-Health Information: A Preliminary Review of On-Line Cystic Fibrosis Resources; Bioinformatics Meets Clinical Informatics; SITRANS: A Web Information System for Microarray Experiments
Practical Approaches to the Development of Biomedical Informatics: The INFOBIOMED Network of ExcellenceComputerized Patient Record; Quality Labelling and Certification of Electronic Health Record Systems; Computerized Case History -- an Effective Tool for Management of Patients and Clinical Trials; Information on Medication History -- Basis for Improved Prescribing; Users' Needs and Expectations of Electronic Medical Record Systems in Family Medicine Residence Settings; Tracking Referents in Electronic Health Records; The French Organ Transplant Data System
Avoiding Doubles in Distributed Nominative Medical Databases: Optimization of the Needleman and Wunsch AlgorithmParticipatory Work Flow Analysis Prior to Implementation of EPR: A Method to Discover Needs for Change; Use of Computer and Respiratory Inductance Plethysmography for the Automated Detection of Swallowing in the Elderly; Representing the Patient's Therapeutic History in Medical Records and in Guideline Recommendations for Chronic Diseases Using a Unique Model; mGen -- An Open Source Framework for Generating Clinical Documents
Comparing Different Approaches to Two-Level Modelling of Electronic Health RecordsIntroducing the Electronic Health Record in Austria; Medical Record Linkage of Anonymous Registries without Validated Sample Linkage of the Dutch Perinatal Registries; The Core Data Elements of Electronic Health Record in Finland; HealthInfoCDA: Case Composition Using Electronic Health Record Data Sources; Nursing Documentation in Occupational Health; Decision Support and Clinical Guidelines; Structuring Clinical Guidelines through the Recognition of Deontic Operators
Prototypical Cases and Adaptation Rules for Diagnosis of Dysmorphic SyndromesKnowledge Discovery on Functional Disabilities: Clustering Based on Rules Versus Other Approaches; Design of a Multi Dimensional Database for the Archimed DataWarehouse; Canonical Correlation Analysis for Data Reduction in Data Mining Applied to Predictive Models for Breast Cancer Recurrence; Tools for Statistical Analysis with Missing Data: Application to a Large Medical Database; Diagnostic Support for Glaucoma Using Retinal Images: A Hybrid Image Analysis and Data Mining Approach
ISBN 1423799259 (electronic bk.)
9781423799252 (electronic bk.)
9781607501350 (electronic bk.)
160750135X (electronic bk.)
9781586035495 (hardcover)
1586035495 (hardcover)
OCLC # 71300625
Additional Format Print version: International Congress on Medical Informatics (19th : 2005 : Geneva, Switzerland). Connecting medical informatics and bio-informatics. Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, ©2005 1586035495 (DLC) 2005930831 (OCoLC)62116040

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