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Assessing the relationship between healthcare market competition and medical care quality under Taiwan's National Health Insurance programme.

There is still significant uncertainty as to whether market competition raises or lowers clinical quality in publicly funded healthcare systems. We attempted to assess the effects of market competition on inpatient care quality of stroke patients in a retrospective study of the universal single-payer health insurance system in Taiwan.


Embedding persuasive design for self-health management systems in Dutch healthcare informatics education: Application of a theory-based method.

The development of eHealth is dramatically changing the way healthcare is provided and organized. eHealth applications are used not only by healthcare professionals but also by patients specifically to self-manage their health condition. The development of eHealth applications requires a new methodological approach, departing from the more conventional methods dedicated to designing health information systems. There is a gap between theories to design persuasive eHealth applications and practices. In the Ne...

Good intentions are not enough: how informatics interventions can worsen inequality.

Health informatics interventions are designed to help people avoid, recover from, or cope with disease and disability, or to improve the quality and safety of healthcare. Unfortunately, they pose a risk of producing intervention-generated inequalities (IGI) by disproportionately benefiting more advantaged people. In this perspective paper, we discuss characteristics of health-related interventions known to produce IGI, explain why health informatics interventions are particularly vulnerable to this phenomen...


AMIA Board White Paper: AMIA 2017 core competencies for applied health informatics education at the master's degree level.

This White Paper presents the foundational domains with examples of key aspects of competencies (knowledge, skills, and attitudes) that are intended for curriculum development and accreditation quality assessment for graduate (master's level) education in applied health informatics. Through a deliberative process, the AMIA Accreditation Committee refined the work of a task force of the Health Informatics Accreditation Council, establishing 10 foundational domains with accompanying example statements of know...

Benchmarking Deep Learning Models on Large Healthcare Datasets.

Deep learning models (aka Deep Neural Networks) have revolutionized many fields including computer vision, natural language processing, speech recognition, and is being increasingly used in clinical healthcare applications. However, few works exist which have benchmarked the performance of the deep learning models with respect to the state-of-the-art machine learning models and prognostic scoring systems on publicly available healthcare datasets. In this paper, we present the benchmarking results for severa...

Interoperability in Health and Social Care: Organizational Issues are the Biggest Challenge.

A great asset of any healthcare system is "information" which includes, but not limited to patient data, clinical history and treatments. It is no secret that there is a growing demand for healthcare, however, this demand is yet to be achieved due to the challenge in the limitation of resources and the complexity of the problem area.

Quality of Answers in Healthcare Social Question Answering.

Healthcare Social Question Answering (SQA) services provide an open and free way to share knowledge and experience about health related enquires. Examples of healthcare SQA services are MedHelp, BabyHub and Drugs.com. The quality and the source of the questions and answers vary widely. Hence, we work towards identifying the factors that affect the quality of answers shared on SQA services. This paper thus facilitates the reuse of archived answers in health care SQA services.

Findings from 2017 on Consumer Health Informatics and Education: Health Data Access and Sharing.

 To summarize the state of the art during the year 2017 in consumer health informatics and education, with a special emphasis on sharing health data and accessing personal health information (PHI) from patients' and consumers' perspective.

Does health informatics have a replication crisis?

Many research fields, including psychology and basic medical sciences, struggle with poor reproducibility of reported studies. Biomedical and health informatics is unlikely to be immune to these challenges. This paper explores replication in informatics and the unique challenges the discipline faces.

Visions for IAHSI, the International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics.

These visions for IAHSI, the newly founded International Academy of Health Sciences Informatics ("the Academy"), include the following principles, in order of descending priority: (1) The Academy should attempt to contribute to the health of the people in our world, (2) the Academy should be engaged in advising governments and organizations on developing health and science through informatics, (3) the Academy should stimulate progress in informatics research, education, and practice, (4) Academy members sho...

Bibliometric analysis of the International Medical Informatics Association official journals.

This research article aims to analyze the bibliometric characteristics of four official International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) journals, namely: the International Journal of Medical Informatics, Methods of Information in Medicine, Applied Clinical Informatics, and Informatics for Health and Social Care.

m-Health 2.0: New perspectives on mobile health, Machine Learning and Big Data Analytics.

Mobile health (m-Health) has been repeatedly called the biggest technological breakthrough of our modern times. Similarly, the concept of big data in the context of healthcare is considered one of the transformative drivers for intelligent healthcare delivery systems. In recent years, big data has become increasingly synonymous with mobile health, however key challenges of 'Big Data and mobile health', remain largely untackled. This is becoming particularly important with the continued deluge of the structu...

Prophylactic Mesh for the Prevention of Parastomal Hernias: Need for a Deep Dive.

Findings from 2017 on Health Information Managemen.

 To summarize the recent literature and research and present a selection of the best papers published in 2017 in the field of Health Information Management (HIM) and Health Informatics.

Learning health systems need to bridge the 'two cultures' of clinical informatics and data science.

Background UK health research policy and plans for population health management are predicated upon transformative knowledge discovery from operational "Big Data". Learning health systems require not only data, but feedback loops of knowledge into changed practice. This depends on knowledge management and application, which in turn depend upon effective system design and implementation. Biomedical informatics is the interdisciplinary field at the intersection of health science, social science and informati...

Sharing data from electronic health records within, across, and beyond healthcare institutions: Current trends and perspectives.

Lack of health insurance among juvenile offenders: a predictor of inappropriate healthcare use and reincarceration?

Relationships between the health insurance status and healthcare use among justice-involved youths transitioning into adulthood is an underexplored topic, even if transition to adulthood is a crucial time period for healthcare outcomes. To fill in these knowledge gaps, this study had two aims: (1) to examine trajectories of health insurance coverage and healthcare use among serious juvenile offenders transitioning into adulthood; and (2) to explore associations between the lack of health insurance, healthca...

Comparison of consumers' perspectives on different health information exchange (HIE) mechanisms: an experimental study.

Consumers' willingness to allow the distribution of their health data is a prerequisite for the success of any health information exchange (HIE) initiative. Several mechanisms are being used by healthcare organizations to exchange health information electronically. Our goal is to investigate how patients' preferences regarding information exchange (i.e., privacy concern, opt-in intention, and perceived health information sensitivity) are affected by different HIE models and exchange architectures.

Between Scylla and Charybdis: Charting the Wicked Problem of Reusing Health Data for Clinical Research Informatics.

 Recognising dilemmas posed by the sharing and reuse of health data as a classic wicked problem and uncover some current key challenges to clinical research informatics.

Public and Population Health Informatics: The Bridging of Big Data to Benefit Communities.

 To summarize the recent public and population health informatics literature with a focus on the synergistic "bridging" of electronic data to benefit communities and other populations.

The Management of Work and Education in Brazil's Unified Health System: thirty years of progress and challenges.

This article presents a historical analysis of work management and education in the healthcare field over the three decades since the creation of Brazil's Unified Health System (SUS, acronym in Portuguese). Using the sociology of professions as a frame of reference, it addresses the following topics: the health labor market; trends in healthcare employment; the healthcare workforce; and the regulation and dynamics of undergraduate programs in the health field. It analyzes each of the moments that characteri...

The Heimdall Framework for Supporting Characterisation of Learning Health Systems.

Learning Health Systems (LHS) can focus population medicine and Evidence Based Practice; smart technology delivering the next generation of improved healthcare described as Precision Medicine, and yet researchers in the LHS domain presently lack the ability to recognise their relevant works as falling within this domain.

The Internet of Things (IoT): Informatics Methods for IoT-enabled Health Care.

Implementing Prudent Healthcare in the NHS in Wales; what are the barriers and enablers for clinicians?

Prudent Healthcare is a strategy adopted by the Welsh Government in response to the challenge of improving health care during times of austerity and when needs and demand are rising. Four principles underlie Prudent Healthcare: to achieve health and wellbeing through co production; care for those with the greatest health needs first; do only what is needed; and reduce inappropriate variation. For Prudent Healthcare to be implemented in Wales, it is necessary for health professionals to adopt these principle...

Recommendations for Enhancing the Implementation and Utility of Shared Digital Health Records in Rural Australian Communities.

Internationally, shared digital health records are becoming an important addition to improving contemporary healthcare provision. In 2012, Australia launched its version of a shared digital health record, My Health Record, but enrolment is slow and there remain challenges in its practical implementation. Further, people living with complex and chronic conditions in rural and remote communities often experience challenges in obtaining equitable access to contemporary healthcare provision, including eHealth s...


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