Health informatics: Introduction, History and general presentation

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Health informatics: Introduction, History and general presentation

  1. 1. HCI 111 By Dr. Khaled Ouanes Ph.D. E-mail: k.ouanes@seu.edu.sa Twitter: @khaled_ouanes
  2. 2. BioMedical informatics: An Evolving Field  1950s Intuitively: “medical applications of computer science”  Medical computer science  Medical information science  Biomedical computing  Medical informatics  Health or healthcare informatics  Clinical informatics
  3. 3. History  1949 Gustav Wager  1950 United States National Bureau of Standards  mid 50’s MYCIN  1965 Medline  1968 Homer Warner founded the department of medical informatics  1970 IMIA, MUMPS language and OS
  4. 4. Define Medical Informatics No clear cut definition Different schools of thought
  5. 5. Define Medical Informatics Dr David Zitner Four aspects of medical informatics:  Clinical care  Health service administration  Research  Patient and provider education
  6. 6. Define Medical Informatics Systematic study Deals with all forms of “data”  Biological data  Medical data  Associated data Problem solving Decision making
  7. 7. Define Medical Informatics Medical informatics is a scientific/systematic field of study that deals with the acquiring, storage, retrieval, and processing of medical, biological and associated data, information and knowledge for the purpose of problem solving and decision making
  8. 8. Data, Information, Knowledge  Data are the raw facts obtained  Information is outcome of analyzing data  Knowledge is obtained from analyzing information
  9. 9. Computerized Medical Records Medical Software Security Policy Making Veterinary Informatics Medical Informatics Physician Order Entry Systems Medical Software Engineering Computer-Aided Instruction Telemedicine Nursing Informatics Medical Expert Systems
  10. 10. Biomedical Computing: Hardware and Software
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