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DIMDI - German Institute of Medical Documentation and Information
- Publishes official medical classifications and maintains medical terminologies, thesauri, nomenclatures and catalogues, develops and operates database-supported information systems for drugs and medical devices and is responsible for a programme of health technology assessment.
Health Informatics FAQ
- Answers to various health informatics questions by Professor Vicki Sauter.
Health Informatics World Wide
- Comprehensive index of links to medical and nursing informatics.
- Web-based projects to map health information resources in cyberspace to improve retrieval and navigation. Range of pilot projects and evaluation questionnaire.
The Medical Algorithms Project
- Contains chapters covering all major medical topics. Provides computation, formula, survey, or look-up tables useful in health care.
Wikipedia - Health Informatics
- Hyperlinked encyclopedia article about the field including its history, policy initiatives, law and professional journals.
eHealth News EU
- A European eHealth News Portal, RSS feeds and news.
Towards Design Principles for Health Information Systems
- Discussion of the semantics of the object of any recording (some view of “reality”) and those of the recording / organising / persisting process itself is distinguished, leading to a number of useful consequences and models. Author: Thomas Beale. [PDF] (March 10, 2003)
The Cornerstones of Medical Informatics
- Discusses four areas: structures to represent complex data and knowledge relationships, acquiring and presenting data to lessen overload, managing change to optimize information use and integrating information. Author: Nancy M. Lorenzi in Jnl. Am. Med. Inform. Assoc. (March 01, 2000)
Consumer Health Informatics and Patient Decisionmaking
- The study looked at tools that include interactive computer discs, videotapes, audiotapes, brochures, and computer-generated fact sheets to help patients make decisions about medical screening and treatment. According to the study, most research has looked more at the effects of the tools on patient knowledge and satisfaction than on patient-clinician communications and health behavior and outcomes. Author: AHCPR Research Report. AHCPR Publication No. 98-N001, September 1997. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research, Rockville, MD. (September 01, 1997)
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