New technologies have improved the ability of electronically storing, transferring and sharing medical data; they also create serious questions about who has access to this cross-media content and how it is protected and distributed. Our aim is to support healthcare professionals in this changing environment, by providing a set of software tools that help reducing the time and associated costs to collect the information and knowledge required, and in making the best use of it for a more informed decision making (diagnoses, therapies, protocols). An appropriate and consistent level of information security consists of protecting information both in written, spoken, electronically recorded, or printed form from accidental or malicious modification, destruction, or disclosure by applying the strictest requirements for data security and privacy and complying with ethical standards. By Doc@Hand project we experiment the distribution of computer-based patient record, natural language queries and the contained knowledge in a secured way.

Information, Knowledge and Interoperability for Healthcare Domain

ANCONA, MASSIMO;FRASCIO, MARCO
2005

Abstract

New technologies have improved the ability of electronically storing, transferring and sharing medical data; they also create serious questions about who has access to this cross-media content and how it is protected and distributed. Our aim is to support healthcare professionals in this changing environment, by providing a set of software tools that help reducing the time and associated costs to collect the information and knowledge required, and in making the best use of it for a more informed decision making (diagnoses, therapies, protocols). An appropriate and consistent level of information security consists of protecting information both in written, spoken, electronically recorded, or printed form from accidental or malicious modification, destruction, or disclosure by applying the strictest requirements for data security and privacy and complying with ethical standards. By Doc@Hand project we experiment the distribution of computer-based patient record, natural language queries and the contained knowledge in a secured way.
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