Editorial Advisory Board.
List of Contributors.
Health Information Systems: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools and Applications.
About the Editor.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: Inventing the Future of E–Health.
3: Multi–Dimensional Criteria for the Evaluation of E–Health Services.
4: Health Technology Assessment: Development and Future.
5: Researching Health Service Information Systems Development.
6: Monitoring and Controlling of Healthcare Information Systems (HIS).
7: IT Benefits in Healthcare Performance and Safety.
8: IT Adoption and Evaluation in Healthcare: Evolutions and Insights in Theory, Methodology, and Practice.
9: Health Infonomics: Intelligent Applications of Information Technology.
10: Benefits and Barriers to Adoption of Information Technology in U.S. Healthcare.
11: Ageing, Learning, Technology, and Health Management.
12: Evaluating Healthcare IT and Understanding the Work of Healthcare are Entangled Processes.
13: Healthcare Information Systems and the Semantic Web.
14: Ontologies in the Health Field.
15: Quality of Health Information on the Internet.
16: Improving Data Quality in Health Care.
17: Literature Review in Computational Linguistics Issues in the Developing Field of Consumer Informatics: Finding the Right Information for Consumer's Health Information Need.
18: Better Knowledge for Better Health Services: Discovering Guideline Compliance.
19: A Classification Analysis of the Success of Open Source Health Information Technology Projects.
20: Cybermedicine, Telemedicine, and Data Protection in the United States.
21: Health Technology Assessment and Health Economics.
22: Telemedicine Barriers.
23: Nurses and Telehealth: Current Practice and Future Trends.
24: Process–Based Evaluation of Hospital Information Systems: Application of an Information Systems Success Model (PRISE) in the Healthcare Domain.
25: A Review of Recent Contribution in Agent Based Healthcare Modeling.
26: Overview and Analysis of Electronic Health Record Standards.
27: Process Level Benefits of an Electronic Medical Records System.
28: A Comparison of How Canada, England, and Denmark are Managing their Electronic Health Record Journeys.
29: Electronic Oral Health Records in Practice and Research.
30: Development and Design Methodologies.
31: Patient–Centered E–Health Design.
32: Informational Priorities in Health Information System.
33: Open Information Management in User–Driven Healthcare.
34: Medical Information Representation Framework for Mobile Healthcare.
35: Interpreting Health and Wellness Information.
36: A Distributed E–Healthcare System.