Electronic Healthcare - First International Conference, eHealth 2008, London, September 8-9, 2008, Revised Selected Papers
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eHealth 2008, the First International Conference on Electronic healthcare for the twenty-first century, was held in City University, London, during September 8–9, 2008. The conference was organized as a meeting point for telecare product vendors, policy makers, government ministers, academics, clinicians and all those involved in electronic and mobile health, to examine and to share ideas contributing to the - vancement of electronic healthcare into the twenty-first century. The conference had a huge success with a large number of paper submissions. Ninety-seven papers were submitted, of which 32 were selected for presentation. Each paper was carefully reviewed blindly by a minimum of three referees from the resp- tive field. A special thanks should go to the Technical Program Committee for their hard and efficient work in the review process. In addition to the submitted contributions, the conference included a business pres- tation track with 12 invited talks by key people in the world of eHealth. The business presentation track was chaired by Sir Jonathan Michael (Deputy Director, BT Health). The success of this conference is to be credited to the contribution of many people.
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Full Papers.- Continuous Monitoring of Children with Suspected Cardiac Arrhythmias.- An Evaluation Framework for EU Research and Development e-Health Projects’ Systems.- Health@Home – An e-Service Model for Disease Prevention and Healthcare in the Home.- Agent-Based Simulation of Emergency Departments with Patient Diversion.- Weird Project: E-Health Service Improvement Using WiMAX.- Data Management in an Intelligent Environment for Cognitive Disabled and Elderly People.- 3P: Personalized Pregnancy Prediction in IVF Treatment Process.- Bridging the Self-care Deficit Gap: Remote Patient Monitoring and the Hospital-at-Home.- Cognitive Network Infrastructures and Virtualization Platforms in Support of Healthcare Applications.- Device Data Protection in Mobile Healthcare Applications.- Persuasive Mobile Health Applications.- Teledermatology Helps Doctors and Hospitals to Serve Their Clients.- AXARM: An Extensible Remote Assistance and Monitoring Tool for ND Telerehabilitation.- A Group Decision Support System for Staging of Cancer.- A Trust Framework of Ubiquitous Healthcare with Advanced Petri Net Model.- PPEPR for Enterprise Healthcare Integration.- VirtualECare: Intelligent Assisted Living.- Privacy and Access Control for IHE-Based Systems.- An Avatar-Based Italian Sign Language Visualization System.- Web Based Personal Nutrition Management Tool.- Event-Based Data Dissemination Control in Healthcare.- Short Papers.- Decision Support Systems: Improving Levels of Care and Lowering Costs in Anticoagulation Therapy.- NHS Blood Tracking Pilot: City University Evaluation Project.- eHealth and Global Health: Investments Opportunities and Challenges for Industry in Developing Countries.- Web-Based Architecture to Enable Compute-Intensive CAD Tools and Multi-user Synchronization in Teleradiology.- Research Challenges in Future Health Care Systems.- Aligning Technology with the Organisation Using Focus and User Groups.- Diabetes City: How Urban Game Design Strategies Can Help Diabetics.- Potentials of Web 2.0 for Diabetes Education of Adolescent Patients.- Invited Paper.- Induction for Radiology Patients.
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