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Alves Bruno
Nom du congrès, lieu et date
IADIS eHealth 2010, Freiburg (Germany) du 29.07.2010 au 31.07.2010

The use of ICTs (Information and Communication Technologies) in Healthcare Services is the main 
mechanism to improve efficiency and effectiveness. This conference aims to draw together information systems, practitioners and management 
experts from all quadrants involved in developing computer technology to improve healthcare quality.

Conference areas


AREA 1: Research Issues



  • Computers and Primary Care
  • Clinical Data Visualisation Standards
  • e-Health Architectures
  • Healthcare Data Architecture and Terminology Standards
  • Federated Electronic Health Records
  • Personalized Medicine
  • Health Informatics and Education
  • Human Computer Interaction
  • Infrastructure and Architecture
  • Internet and Medicine
  • Interoperability issues
  • IT and Patient Care
  • Nursing Informatics
  • RFID and localization techniques
  • Usability and Ubiquity in e-Health
  • e-Health Virtual Communities
  • Business Process Management Systems
  • Second Life for Healthcare Support and Education


AREA 2: Management Issues



  • Case Studies
  • Management Change
  • Confidentiality and Privacy
  • e-Health Collaborative Strategies and Techniques
  • e-Training
  • Healthcare Management Dashboards
  • Legal issues
  • Balanced scorecards models to improve Hospital Performance and Productivity
  • Business Intelligence in Healthcare
  • e-Health to improve Healthcare Quality and Patient Safety.
  • Healthcare Information Systems Regulatory issues
  • Security in e-Health
  • Service Models
  • Social implications
  • Stakeholders involvement


AREA 3: Applications



  • Clinical Information Systems
  • Data Mining and Clinical Studies
  • Medical Guidelines
  • e-Health Decision Support Systems
  • e-Logistics and e-Pharmacy
  • Intelligent Medical Systems
  • Mobile Applications
  • Patient Electronic Health Records
  • Healthcare Portals to inform and connect Patients with Physicians
  • Patients and Public Health
  • Social Networks in Healthcare contexts
  • e-Health Marketing
  • e-Procurement and e-Commerce
  • Telemedicine
  • Automatic Identification and Data Collector Systems
  • Unified data processing and communication Systems
  • Web Based Applications
  • e-Health 2.0