Information technology and the information sciences have been part of our lives for some time now. They have revolutionized the healthcare system, changing the whole health landscape, as well as health culture. New devices, sources of data and roles for all those involved in healthcare are being developed as a result. This book presents the proceedings of the 25th European Medical Informatics Conference, held in Istanbul, Turkey in August/September 2014. The conference aims to present the most recent developments in biomedical informatics. The book is divided into 15 sections, which include: decision support systems and clinical practice guidelines; improved healthcare through informatics; data analysis; mobile health; technology and system evaluation; and text mining. The final two sections present posters from the conference. The book will be of interest to all those in the healthcare sector, researchers and practitioners alike, who develop, evaluate or work with information technology.From Table 1, the classification accuracy of P300 in the proposed system is an average of 6.9% lower than that in ...  Hill, J., Farquhar, J., Martens, S.M.M., BieAmann, F., and SchAplkopf, B., Effects of stimulus type and of error-correcting codeanbsp;...
|Title||:||EHealth - For Continuity of Care|
|Author||:||C. Lovis, B. Séroussi, A. Hasman|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2014-09-30|