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Corporate Author European Federation for Medical Informatics. Special Topic Conference (2016 : Paris, France), author.

Title Transforming healthcare with the internet of things : proceedings of the EFMI Special Topic Conference 2016 / edited by Jacob Hofdijk [and 6 more].

Publication Info. Amsterdam, Netherlands : IOS Press, [2016]
©2016

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Description 1 online resource (xii, 136 pages) : illustrations.
text file
Series Studies in health technology and informatics, 1879-8365 ; volume 221
Studies in health technology and informatics ; v. 221. 0926-9630
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Transforming healthcare with the IoT -- Using gamification combined with indoor location to improve nurses' hand hygiene compliance in an ICU ward -- Integrated system for monitoring and prevention in obstetrics-gynaecology -- Adoption and use of a mobile health application in older adults for cognitive stimulation -- Positioning commercial pedometers to measure activity of older adults with slow gait: at the wrist or at the waist? -- Towards a wireless smart polysomnograph using symbolic fusion -- Societal dimensions of the IOT. Risk and the internet of things: damocles, pythia, or pandora? -- A new challenge to research ethics: patients-led research (PLR) and the role of internet based social networks -- Analyzing privacy risks of mHealth applications -- Non-technical issues in design and development of personal portable devices -- Towards citizen-centred care: interim results from an e-prescription case -- Ontology and decision support. Remote monitoring of cardiac implantable devices: ontology driven classification of the alerts -- Ontology-oriented programming for biomedical informatics -- An integrated children disease prediction tool within a special social network -- Ontological foundations for tracking data quality through the internet of things -- Implementation of a decision support system for interpretation of laboratory tests for patients -- Clinical information systems and data reuse. Exploring barriers and opportunities for adoption of web portals in Russia -- Elderly surgical patients: automated computation of healthcare quality indicators by data reuse of EHR -- Clinical data models at university hospitals of Geneva -- Automated data aggregation for time-series analysis: study case on anaesthesia data warehouse -- Case-based learning: a formal approach to generate health case studies from electronic healthcare records -- Posters. Retrieving clinical and omic data from electronic health records -- Smart medications & the internet of things -- Interactive videos within an e-learning context -- Internet of things based medication adherence assessment -- Recruiting participants to local clinical trials using ontology and the IOT -- Design and evaluation of a multi user medication reminder mobile app -- Barriers to the success of health ICT implementations: a report from Norway -- Cloud computing in healthcare: a space of opportunities and challenges -- Development of a web portal using open source information visualization libraries -- Midwifery education introduce the internet of things -- Medbioinformatics: developing integrative bioinformatics applications for personalized medicine -- Incorporating pharmacy dispensing records into medical records: usability challenges -- Toward a virtual community of healthcare facilities: virtual lab -- Statistical classification of dyscalculia symptoms using smartphones and behaviour of magnocellular cells -- Internet of things & personalized healthcare -- Fetching connected pedometer data to analyze patients walking -- Consensus on Norwegian archetypes -- Empowering patients to choose appropriate and safe hospital services.
Summary "The current trend in health and social care systems is a shift from care provision to citizen-driven health. Only a few years ago, the high-tech devices used in healthcare were limited to health cards and personal portable devices. These have since evolved dramatically to include wearables, sensors and devices for measuring health values. The application of such technologies has, for the most part been welcomed by both patients and professionals. It is the fact that these devices can be connected to and communicate with other connected devices and systems which has been the game changer in healthcare technology, not least because it has empowered and will empower patients to take more control of their own healthcare management. This book presents the proceedings of the Special Topic Conference (STC) of the European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI), held in Paris, France, in April 2016. The special topic this year is 'Transforming Healthcare with the Internet of Things'. The papers are divided into four sections: transforming healthcare with the Internet of things; societal dimensions of the Internet of things; ontology and decision support; and clinical information systems and data reuse; with a further section for poster presentations. The book will be of interest to all those involved in the provision and delivery of technology-based healthcare"--Publisher's description.
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Subject Medical informatics -- Congresses.
Medical informatics.
Internet of things -- Congresses.
Internet of things.
Genre/Form Electronic books.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Added Author Hofdijk, Jacob, editor.
ISBN 9781614996330 (electronic book)
1614996334 (electronic book)
9781614996323 paperback
1614996326 paperback