Assessment and Evaluation of Information Technologies in Medicine

Assessment and Evaluation of Information Technologies in Medicine

Author: Elisabeth M. S. J. Van Gennip

Publisher: IOS Press

ISBN: 9051992009

Category: Medical

Page: 346

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Title Page -- TABLE OF CONTENTS -- Introduction -- Part A: Methodological Aspects -- Evaluation of Automatic Health Information Systems What and How? -- Technology Assessment in Medical and Health Care Informatics: A Clarification of the Concept -- Supporting System Development with Technology Assessment -- The Conceptionof a Medical Computer System -- Verification and Validation -- Case Acquisition for Knowledge-Based Decision Support System Validation -- Approaches to Experimental Design -- Analysis of Costs of Information Systems -- Measuring Effects -- Methods for Data Acquisition -- From Assessment to Decision-Making -- Technology Assessment for Decision-Making in the Field of Informatics in Medicine and Health Care -- Part B: Examples from AIM Projects -- The Impact of Clinical Pilot Projects in R & D Programmes Supported by the EU -- Assessment and Evaluation of Knowledge-Based Expert Systems for Medical Diagnosis -- Evaluation in the TELEGASTRO-Project -- The KANDID Way to ESTEEM -- On the Evaluation of System Integration -- Protocol for the Clinical Functionality Assessment of a Workstation for Stereotactic Neurosurgery -- SAMMIE Software Applied to MultiModal Images and Education -- Technology Assessment in theEurIpacs Project -- Assessment of Workstations and PACS in AIM: The Experience of the MILORD Project -- Part C: Literature Overview -- Overview of Published Assessment and Evaluation Studies -- Literature on Assessment of Information Technology and Medical KBS Evaluation: Studies and Methodologies -- Authors List -- Authors Addresses