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Computer-based medical guidelines and protocols [electronic resource] : a primer and current trends / edited by Annette ten Teije, Silvia Miksch and Peter Lucas.

Contributor(s): Teije, Annette ten | Miksch, Silvia | Lucas, Peter, 1955-.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Studies in health technology and informatics: v. 139.Publisher: Amsterdam ; Washington, DC : IOS Press, c2008Description: 1 online resource (x, 289 p.) : ill.ISBN: 9781435678101 (electronic bk.); 1435678109 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Decision making -- Data processing -- Congresses | Medicine -- Data processing -- Congresses | Medicine -- Decision making -- Congresses | Decision Making, Computer-Assisted -- Congresses | Decision Support Systems, Clinical -- Congresses | Medical Informatics -- Congresses | Practice Guidelines as Topic -- Congresses | TECHNOLOGY & ENGINEERING -- Biomedical | MEDICAL -- Family & General Practice | MEDICAL -- Allied Health Services -- Medical Technology | MEDICAL -- Biotechnology | MEDICAL -- Lasers in Medicine | eHealthGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Computer-based medical guidelines and protocols.DDC classification: 610.285 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Part I.A Primer -- 1. Guideline development -- 2. Computer-interpretable guideline formalisms -- 3. Form guidelines and careflows: modeling and supporting complex clinical processes -- 4. Formal methods for verification of clinical practice guidelines -- 5. The Temporal aspects of clinical guidelines -- 6. Planning: supporting and optimizing clinical guidelines optimization -- 7. Adaptation of clinical practice guidelines -- 8. Visualization methods to support guideline-based care management -- 9. Compliance with clinical practice guidelines -- -- Part II. Current Trends -- Compliance checking of cancer-screening careflows: an approach based on computational logic -- Medical guidelines for the patient: introducing the life assistance protocols -- DeGeL: a clinical-guidelines library and automated guideline-support tools -- A Constraint-based approach to medical guidelines and protocols -- TSNet: a distributed architecture for time series analysis -- Clinical guidelines and care pathways: a case study applying PROforma decision support technology to the breast cancer care pathway -- Lessons learned from adapting a generic narrative diabetic-foot guideline to an institutional decision-support system -- Verification of medical guidelines of in KIV -- Improving the execution of clinical guidelines and temporal data abstraction in high-frequency domains -- Appling artificial intelligence to clinical guidelines: the GLARE approach.
Summary: The book consists of two parts. The first part consists of 9 chapters which together offer a comprehensive overview of the most important medical and computer-science aspects of clinical guidelines and protocols. The second part of the book consists of chapters that are extended versions of selected papers that were originally submitted to the ECAI-2006 workshop 'AI Techniques in Health Care: Evidence-based Guidelines and Protocols.'
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Part I.A Primer -- 1. Guideline development -- 2. Computer-interpretable guideline formalisms -- 3. Form guidelines and careflows: modeling and supporting complex clinical processes -- 4. Formal methods for verification of clinical practice guidelines -- 5. The Temporal aspects of clinical guidelines -- 6. Planning: supporting and optimizing clinical guidelines optimization -- 7. Adaptation of clinical practice guidelines -- 8. Visualization methods to support guideline-based care management -- 9. Compliance with clinical practice guidelines -- -- Part II. Current Trends -- Compliance checking of cancer-screening careflows: an approach based on computational logic -- Medical guidelines for the patient: introducing the life assistance protocols -- DeGeL: a clinical-guidelines library and automated guideline-support tools -- A Constraint-based approach to medical guidelines and protocols -- TSNet: a distributed architecture for time series analysis -- Clinical guidelines and care pathways: a case study applying PROforma decision support technology to the breast cancer care pathway -- Lessons learned from adapting a generic narrative diabetic-foot guideline to an institutional decision-support system -- Verification of medical guidelines of in KIV -- Improving the execution of clinical guidelines and temporal data abstraction in high-frequency domains -- Appling artificial intelligence to clinical guidelines: the GLARE approach.

The book consists of two parts. The first part consists of 9 chapters which together offer a comprehensive overview of the most important medical and computer-science aspects of clinical guidelines and protocols. The second part of the book consists of chapters that are extended versions of selected papers that were originally submitted to the ECAI-2006 workshop 'AI Techniques in Health Care: Evidence-based Guidelines and Protocols.'

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