Symposium on Health Informatics and Medical Systems (CSCI-ISHI)

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All accepted papers of this symposium will be published by Conference Publishing Services, CPS: as part of the proceedings of The 2018 International Conference on Computational Science and Computational Intelligence (CSCI'18).

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Scope & Topics

   Health Informatics and Medical Systems is an important area that is at
   the intersection of information science, computer science, social
   science, behavioral science and health care. This field is mainly
   concerned with the resources, devices, and methods required to optimize
   the acquisition, storage, retrieval, processing and use of information
   in health and biomedicine. Health informatics is driven by computers,
   information and communication systems. It is a multi-disciplinary field
   that covers a wide spectrum of sub-fields. It combines the problem
   solving skills of computer scientists with health care professionals and
   health care givers. The list of topics of interest that appears below is
   by no means exhaustive:
   - Information Technologies for Healthcare Delivery and Management;
   - Health Data Acquisition, Management and Visualization;
   - Healthcare Knowledge Management and Decision Support;
   - Healthcare Modeling and Simulation;
   - Data Analytics, Data Mining and Machine Learning;
   - Health Information Systems;
   - Clinical Informatics;
   - Integrated Data Repository;
   - Computational Health Informatics;
   - Community Health Informatics;
   - Informatics for Education & Research in Health and Medicine;
   - Imaging Science;
   - Collaboration tools such as social media, web apps, patient education;
   - Healthcare Communication Networks and Environments;
   - Biotechnology and Pharmaceuticals;
   - Computer-Aided Surgery;
   - Computers in Medical Education;
   - Haptics in Healthcare;
   - Health Care Information Systems;
   - Implant Technology and Systems;
   - Interactive 3-D Models;
   - Medical Physics;
   - Neural, Sensory Systems and Rehabilitation;
   - Patient Diagnosis Methods;
   - Patient Monitoring Systems;
   - Regenerative Medicine;
   - Systems Physiology;
   - Telemedicine;
   - Therapeutic Engineering and Systems.
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