Health Informatics and Medical Systems [Minkštas viršelis]

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Proceedings of the 2019 International Conference on Health Informatics and Medical Systems (HIMS'19) held July 29th - August 1st, 2019 in Las Vegas, Nevada.
SESSION: MEDICAL DEVICES AND SERVICES + MONITORING SYSTEMS, TOOLS, SUPPORT SYSTEMS AND DIAGNOSTICS
AlgoDerm: An End-to-End Mobile Application for Skin Lesion Analysis and Tracking
3(7)
Rashika Mishra
Ovidiu Daescu
A Decision Support System for Skin Cancer Recognition with Deep Feature Extraction and Multi Response Linear Regression (MLR)-Based Meta Learning
10(6)
Md Mahmudur Rahman
Modelling of Sickle Cell Anemia Patients Response to Hydroxyurea using Artificial Neural Networks
16(7)
Brendan E. Odigwe
Jesuloluwa S. Eyitayo
Celestine I. Odigwe
Homayoun Valafar
A Cloud-based Intelligent Remote Patient Monitoring Architecture
23(7)
Khalid Alghatani
Abdelmounaam Rezgui
Seizure Detection using Machine Learning Algorithms
30(5)
Sarah Hadipour
Ala Tokhmpash
Bahram Shafai
Fog Enabled Health Informatics System for Critically Controlled Cardiovascular Disease Applications
35(10)
Ragaa A. Shehab
Mohamed Taher
Hoda K. Mohamed
SESSION: HEALTH INFORMATICS, HEALTH CARE AND REHABILITATION + PUBLIC HEALTH RELATED SYSTEMS
Using Isochrones to Examine NICU Availability in Rural Alabama
45(6)
Ben Hallihan
Myles McLeroy
Blake Wright
Travis Atkison
Ontology-based Model for Interoperability between openEHR and HL7 Health Applications
51(7)
Cristiano Andre da Costa
Matheus Henrique Wichman
Rodrigo da Rosa Righi
Adenauer Correa Yamin
Character Stroke Path Inference in a Rehabilitation Application
58(7)
Sarah Potter
Benjamin Bishop
Renee Hakim
Understanding Elderly User Experience on the Use of New Technologies for Independent Living
65(6)
Luiza Spiru
Cosmina Paul
Magdalena Velciu
Andrei Voicu
Mircea Marzan
SESSION: HEALTH INFORMATICS: DATA SCIENCE, PREDICTIVE ANALYTICS, SECURITY ISSUES AND RELATED SYSTEMS
Software Architecture Integrating Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence for Medical Data Aggregation
71(5)
Jingpeng Tang
Qianwen Bi
Bradley Van Fleet
Jason Nelson
Carter Davis
Joe Jacobson
Towards a Unified Blockchain-Based Dental Record Ecosystem for Disaster Victims Identification
76(7)
Sakher AlQahtani
Shada AlSalamah
A. Alimam
Ahad Alabdullatif
Maram Alamri
Miral Althaqeb
Sara Alqahtani
Kenneth Aschheim
Predicting 30-Day Hospital Readmissions for Patients with Diabetes
83(7)
Yijun Zhao
Weiyan Wu
Yao Jin
Suwen Gu
Han Wu
Jiwei Wang
Xinyi Jiang
Hong Xiao
Redactable Blockchain in Mobile Healthcare System
90(7)
Arij Alfaidi
Edward Chow
SESSION: LATE BREAKING PAPERS - HEALTH INFORMATICS AND MEDICAL SYSTEMS
Predictive Analytics for Left Without Treatment in the Emergency Departments
97(5)
Harish Kumar
Shahram Rahimi
Sean Bozorgzad
Alexander Sommers
Alexander Stephens
Autism Therapeutic Device
102
Chuck Lopez
Josh Parker
Roger Ian Konlog
Shoeb Saiyed
Daren Wilcox
Hamid R. Arabnia is Professor, Computer Science; Editor-in-Chief, The Journal of Supercomputing (Springer); Elected Fellow, Int'l Society of Intelligent Biological Medicine (ISIBM); The University of Georgia, Department of Computer Science.