Upgrading legacy EHR systems to smart EHR systems

Tipo

Inproceedings

Fecha

2017-05-21

Autores

Ane Murua Cuellar, Eduardo Carrasco Alonso, Agustin Agirre, José María Susperregi, Jesús Gamez

Libro

5th KES International Conference on Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare, InMed-17

@Inproceedings{
author ={Ane Murua Cuellar, Eduardo Carrasco Alonso, Agustin Agirre, José María Susperregi, Jesús Gamez},
title ={Upgrading legacy EHR systems to smart EHR systems},
booktitle ={5th KES International Conference on Innovation in Medicine and Healthcare, InMed-17},
publisher ={Springer Science and Business Media Deutschland GmbH},
editor ={Howlett R.J.,Jain L.C.,Chen Y.-W.,Tanaka S.},
address ={Algarve, Portugal},
date ={2017-05-21},
year ={2017},
pages ={227-233},
volume ={71},
keys ={

Business process management, Electronic health records, Intelligent agents Knowledge engineering, Natural language processing, Personal health records, Rule-based systems

},
abstract ={

Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems are a key element of the clinical practice in most hospitals and healthcare organizations. Although traditionally its role has been focused mainly as a patient health data storage and communication tool, thanks to the recent technical advancements, a wide range of new promising possibilities are arising, including, user empowerment, new medical knowledge discovery, clinical decision support systems and clinical tasks automation. This paper discusses a set of different features that can be added to a legacy EHR system to upgrade it into a Smart EHR system, such as (i) health related data curation, (ii) rule-based data processing, (iii) business process management and (iv) intelligent agents.

},
ISSN ={2190-3018},
ISBN ={978-331959396-8},
ISI ={Yes}
}