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The HIB 79 Congress is the second one organized by the European Federation for l-iedical Informatics (EFMI). The host society is the "Deutsche Gesellschaft fur l-ledizinische Dokurnentation, Informatik und Statistik (GMDS) who are holding their 24th annual meeting at this time. The program of MIB 79 covers every aspect of the application of information science to medicine and public health, and as such respresents the state of the art. Medical Informatics (M. I. ) is now at a turning pOint. To date, despite the efforts made by specialists in many countries, the balance sheet of M. I. remains…mehr

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The HIB 79 Congress is the second one organized by the European Federation for l-iedical Informatics (EFMI). The host society is the "Deutsche Gesellschaft fur l-ledizinische Dokurnentation, Informatik und Statistik (GMDS) who are holding their 24th annual meeting at this time. The program of MIB 79 covers every aspect of the application of information science to medicine and public health, and as such respresents the state of the art. Medical Informatics (M. I. ) is now at a turning pOint. To date, despite the efforts made by specialists in many countries, the balance sheet of M. I. remains rather poor. One of the reasons for this situation is the fact that the computers of yesterday were the prerogative of an elite of users. They were expensive, difficult to use, remot. e from the users, and mainly in the hands of a sacerdotal caste of data processing speciali sts - In the future, data processing facilities will be cheap, easy to handle, and immediately accessible. Data processing will have a chance of becoming truly democratic thanks to two important and complementary trends in computer technology: 1. a network due to computer communication partnership; 2. miniaturization due to the dramatic expansion of micro-processor and computer technology. IV The combination of these two main hardware achievements for which some neologisms have been invented - "compunication" in the USA and "telEnnatique" in France - will lead to a completely new way of processing data which may be called "distributed informatics.
  • Produktdetails
  • Lecture Notes in Medical Informatics .5
  • Verlag: Springer, Berlin
  • Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1979
  • Seitenzahl: 996
  • Erscheinungstermin: 1. September 1979
  • Englisch
  • Abmessung: 244mm x 170mm x 52mm
  • Gewicht: 1678g
  • ISBN-13: 9783540095491
  • ISBN-10: 3540095497
  • Artikelnr.: 25025265
Inhaltsangabe
'Community Health Care.- Session A1; Models of Health Care Systems.- Sensitivity analysis in infectious disease control.- Modelling the mental health referral process.- Aspects of prevention and decentralization in health information systems: The case of Italy.- Death and dying: Scaling of death for health status indices.- Session A2: Teaching Medicine and Medical Informatics.- Lernen und Prüfen mit dem interaktiven computer-unterstützten Unterrichtssystem ICUS: Beispiel "Anatomische Propädeutik".- The design of software for computer-assisted instruction, interview and assessment.- A specialized curriculum for medical informatics - review after 6 years of experience.- Educational problems in teaching health informatics to medical students.- Session A3: Privacy.- Constructing guidelines for data protection in health information systems.- Statistical database security: Some recent results.- Datenschutzprobleme in einem Krankenhausinformationssystem.- Improvements of a security system.- Session A4: Performance Evaluation.- An assessment of the use of performance criteria in the evaluation of the NHS experimental computer programme.- Experiences from methods for examining effects of information systems - A case study.- Versuch einer Kosten-Nutzen-Analyse in einem Modellgesundheitsamt.- Kostenanalyse bei Einführung der EDV im klinischen Labor.- Session A5: Epidemiology.- A "case-control analysis within a cohort-study" about malignant lymphomas among rubber and tire industry workers.- A model for the prediction of expected effectiveness of a treatment using experimental data from an on-going preventive trial on CHD.- Ein Programmsystem für die Analyse von Assoziationsstrukturen.- Die Auswertung der Mutter-Kind-Pässe des Jahres 1976 in Österreich mittels EDV.- Session A6: Nursing Applications.- A review of nursing systems in the United Kingdom.- A computer system for student nurse allocation during training.- A computer based record system for nursing-learners.- Nurse allocation by computer.- Session A7 General Practice.- General-practice history-taking by computer: A "psychotropic" effect.- A modular integrated medical record for general practice.- Kosten-Nutzen-Effekte des EDV-Einsatzes in der Arztpraxis - Zwischenergebnisse aus dem Demonstrationsvorhaben DOMINIG II.- Results of a field test of computers for the private practice.- Session A8: Administrative Systems.- Probleme in der Entwicklung und Einrichtung von Verwaltungssystemen.- Das Göttinger Material-Versorgungs-System - Betriebsablaufsteuerung per Dialog.- Krebsnachsorge mit rechnergestütztem System.- Computer aided ambulance scheduling.- Impact of Informatics on Therapeutic Decision.- Session B1: Monitoring.- Real time computer based electrocardiographic and hemodynamic monitoring in CCU.- The use of computers in open-heart surgery.- Computer support of therapy in intensive care.- A clinical and research oriented computerized patients monitoring system.- Session B2; Signal Processing.- Ein Programmsystem zur automatischen Auswertung und Befundung von Elektronystagmogrammen.- Untersuchungen zur Reliabilität von Musterer-kennungs-Algorithmen für die P-Wellen orthogonaler Elektrokardiogramme.- Automatic parametrization of the rhythmocardiogram in orthoclinostatic tests.- Usefulness of a small computer system in the analysis and the report of echocardiographic data.- Session B3: Laboratory.- What about "turn key systems" for clinical laboratories?.- Table driven and optical mark reading systems for clinical and laboratory applications.- Computer monitoring of haemophilic bleeds and their treatment.- Elimination of systematic variance in laboratory measurements and the P-value: A method for reporting laboratory results.- Session B4: Image Processing.- Advanced hardware and software tools for analysis of multitemporal images in a clinical environment.- The high resolution measurem