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Title Page -- Preface -- Reviewers for EFMI STC 2011 -- Contents -- Keynotes -- Initiate-Build-Operate-Transfer" - A Strategy for Establishing Sustainable Telemedicine Programs Not Only in the Developing Countries -- Ontologies, Knowledge Representation, Artificial Intelligence - Hype or Prerequisites for International pHealth Interoperability? -- E-Health in Graduate and Postgraduate Medical Education: Illusions, Expectations and Reality -- Knowledge Representation -- A Knowledge Management System to Study the Quality of Life in Head and Neck Oncology Patients -- Detection of Nicotine Content Impact in Tobacco Manufacturing Using Computational Intelligence -- Creating ISO/EN 13606 Archetypes Based on Clinical Information Needs -- Extracting Clinical Information to Support Medical Decision Based on Standards -- Patient Empowerment, Social Care -- eHealth in Switzerland - Building Consensus, Awareness and Architecture -- Patient Empowerment by Electronic Health Records: First Results of a Systematic Review on the Benefit of Patient Portals -- Empowerment of Patients over Their Personal Health Record Implies Sharing Responsibility with the Physician -- Personal Information Protection - Exceptional Challenges of Integrated Systems of eHealth -- Research and Practice Reports -- XML as a Cross-Platform Representation for Medical Imaging with Fuzzy Algorithms -- Fully Connected Emergency Intervention for the Critical Home Care System -- How to Ensure Sustainable Interoperability in Heterogeneous Distributed Systems Through Architectural Approach -- A Preliminary Study on Network Traffic Estimation in Using EPR with Thin-Client Computing over Wide Area Network -- Slovenian Practice Story: 10 Years of e-Counselling Service for Teenagers -- E-Learning for Occupational Physicians' CME: A Study Case -- Regional Medical Data Mining System.
Assessment of Hospital Information Systems Implementation: A Case Study -- A Methodology to Assess Experiences in Implementing e-Health Solutions in Croatian Family Medicine -- What Are the Barriers to Conducting International Research Using Routinely Collected Primary Care Data? -- Interoperability -- Evaluation of Possibilities in Demographic Data Exchange Support in Czech Healthcare -- Character Sets: An Invisible Pre-Requisite Towards Cross-Border Interoperability? -- The Role of Basic Data Registers in Cross-Border Interconnection of eHealth Solutions -- Mapping the Finnish National EHR to the LOINC -- Subject Index -- Author Index.
In order to achieve and maintain cross-border interoperability of electronic health records systems, it is necessary to manage the continuous process of change and adaptation of many elements within and across electronic infrastructures in neighboring countries.This volume presents the proceedings of the 11th EFMI special topic conference entitled 'e-Health across Borders without Boundaries', held in Laško, Slovenia, in April 2011. Both the conference and the contents of this book highlight health-related communication and collaboration at regional, national and international level. As well as 21 carefully reviewed papers from specialists in the field, the book also contains carefully selected Ph.D. papers, in the tradition of encouraging young scientists to participate and present valuable work.The topics covered include inter-regional health information systems and applications, cross-border e-health projects and systems, multi language and cultural issues in e-health systems and international standardization and assessment of e-health systems, and address aspects such as knowledge representation, patient empowerment, social care and cross-border interoperability.This book provides a comprehensive, in-depth overview and first-hand information on new developments, advanced systems, technologies and applications. Its interdisciplinary nature means it will be of interest to a wide range of professionals, including health informatics scientists and medical computing and technology specialists, those directly involved in the provision of healthcare, public health, health insurance and institutional administrators and representatives of industry and consultancy in various health fields.
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