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Knowledge management for health care procedures [electronic resource] : ECAI 2008 workshop, K4He1P 2008, Patras, Greece, July 21, 2008 : revised selected papers /
David Riaño (ed.).
Berlin New York : Springer, c2009.
x, 166 p. : ill. ; cm.
3642032613 (pbk. : alk. paper), 9783642032615 (pbk. : alk. paper)
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This book constitutes revised selected papers from the ECAI 2008 Workshop on Knowledge Management for Health Care Procedures, K4HelP 2008, held in Patras, Greece, on July 21-22, 2008. The 10 papers presented were selected according to their relevance, quality and originality from 14 papers submitted. In addition two invited papers are included in the volume. The papers are structured in sections on technologies to manage health care procedural knowledge, methodologies to manage health care procedural knowledge, and computer systems to manage health care procedural knowledge.
Table of Contents
Technologies to Manage Health Care Procedural Knowledge
Operationalizing Prostate Cancer Clinical Pathways: An Ontological Model to Computerize, Merge and Execute Institution-Specific Clinical Pathwaysp. 1
An Autonomous Algorithm for Generating and Merging Clinical Algorithmsp. 13
OncoTheraper: Clinical Decision Support for Oncology Therapy Planning Based on Temporal Hierarchical Tasks Networksp. 25
Modeling Clinical Protocols Using Semantic Media Wiki: The Case of the Oncocure Projectp. 42
Methodologies to Manage Health Care Procedural Knowledge
A Conceptual Framework for Ontology Based Automating and Merging of Clinical Pathways of Comorbiditiesp. 55
Can Physicians Structure Clinical Guidelines? Experiments with a Mark-Up-Process Methodologyp. 67
Modeling the Form and Function of Clinical Practice Guidelines: An Ontological Model to Computerize Clinical Practice Guidelinesp. 81
User-Centered Evaluation Model for Medical Digital Librariesp. 92
Computer Systems to Manage Health Care Procedural Knowledge
Automatic Tailoring of an Actor Profile Ontologyp. 104
A Methodological Specification of a Guideline for Diagnosis and Management of PreEclampsiap. 123
Home Care Personalisation with Individual Intervention Plansp. 134
Electronic Health Record as a Knowledge Management Tool in the Scope of Healthp. 152
Author Indexp. 167
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