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Hospital Automation System
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Hospital Automation System ab 49 € als Taschenbuch: A guide book of Software Engineering followed in a Hospital Automation system. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, English, International, Gebundene Ausgaben,

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Hospital Automation System
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Hospital Automation System ab 49 EURO A guide book of Software Engineering followed in a Hospital Automation system

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Hospital Automation System
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This book is a product of software engineering project carried out by our team at LBSIM Delhi,India.It can be helpful for those who need to know about applications of various software engineering practices in real life project.It provides simplistic view of how to design a Hospital Automation System and basically aims to provide a learning resource to those new to software engineering and its practical applications.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Document Management and Process Automation in a...
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What is more important than someone's life? In the health area, management is critical to the financial stability of the institutions and the documentary process improvements of the patient and the organization. To achieve these goals, the indicators are important elements which, in a health institution, begin to point positive evidence on the use of document management and process automation through Information and Communication Technologies (ICTs) in the system e-Health. Currently, in the global information society, to understand the management and the responsible and efficient use of Information Systems (SIs) is a necessity for managers and other workers knowledge. Like any other organization, in a hospital both Information Technology (IT) as SIs permeate the various hierarchical and functional levels.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Big Data in Medical Science and Healthcare Mana...
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Big Data in medical science - what exactly is that? What are the potentials for healthcare management? Where is Big Data at the moment? Which risk factors need to be kept in mind? What is hype and what is real potential? This book provides an impression of the new possibilities of networked data analysis and "Big Data" - for and within medical science and healthcare management.Big Data is about the collection, storage, search, distribution, statistical analysis and visualization of large amounts of data. This is especially relevant in healthcare management, as the amount of digital information is growing exponentially. An amount of data corresponding to 12 million novels emerges during the time of a single hospital stay. These are dimensions that cannot be dealt with without IT technologies. What can we do with the data that are available today? What will be possible in the next few years? Do we want everything that is possible? Who protects the data from wrong usage? More importantly, who protects the data from NOT being used?Big Data is the "resource of the 21st century" and might change the world of medical science more than we understand, realize and want at the moment. The core competence of Big Data will be the complete and correct collection, evaluation and interpretation of data. This also makes it possible to estimate the frame conditions and possibilities of the automation of daily (medical) routine. Can Big Data in medical science help to better understand fundamental problems of health and illness, and draw consequences accordingly?Big Data also means the overcoming of sector borders in healthcare management. The specialty of Big Data analysis will be the new quality of the outcomes of the combination of data that were not related before. That is why the editor of the book gives a voice to 30 experts, working in a variety of fields, such as in hospitals, in health insurance or as medical practitioners. The authors show potentials, risks, concrete practical examples, future scenarios, and come up with possible answers for the field of information technology and data privacy.

Anbieter: Dodax
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Information Systems Methodology
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Analysis of user needs.- A participative approach to forward planning and system change.- A participative approach to systems analysis : An action research in the local government.- Tools for handling human and organizational problems of computer-based information systems.- Organising for common systems.- Values, technology and work.- A framework for the analysis of the relationship between business organization evolution and business information systems evolution.- Information systems management through office automation : An organizational and social perspective.- Methods and tools for information systems design.- Using assertions about traces to write abstract specifications for software modules.- Protection in languages for real time programming.- An experiment in computer aided information systems development.- The design of relational information system according to different kinds of dependencies.- Aspects of data semantics: Names, species and complex physical objects.- A model for the description of the information system dynamics.- Modelling approach for distributed data bases.- Portability of the programs using a data base management system.- A multi-level approach for data description and management of a large hierarchical database supporting a hospital patient information system.- A complementary approach to program analysis and testing.- Organizing the sequencing of processes.- A macro facility for cobol.- The reference string indexing method.- Working set size reduction by restructuring APL workspaces.- Optimal multiprogramming: Principles and implementation.- A simulation model for a loop architecture distributed computer system.- Scheduling dependent tasks from an infinite stream in systems with nonpreemptible resources.- Scheduling preemptable tasks on unrelated processors with additional resources to minimize schedule length.- Deadlock avoidance in graph-structured task systems.- Synchronic aspects of data types : Construction of a non-algorithmic solution of the Banker's problem.- The impact of technology on information system.- Interactive systems as if users really mattered.- Man-computer dialogues for many levels of competence.- Design of information systems for Arabic.- Operation and evolution of organizational information systems.- Human resources systematically applied to ensure computer security.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Smart Vest for Monitoring and Support of Medica...
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Scientific Essay from the year 2012 in the subject Medicine - Other, Army Public College of Management & Sciences, course: Telecom Engineering , language: English, abstract: This project is about the design and implementation of highly cost effective smart vest for electronic prescribing and administration system to control medical errors, prescribing errors, administration errors and for medical staff assistance. The idea is based on wearable robotics and computing technologies which is an emerging technology now a days. The vest is designed to convert medical process in the field of automation where tasks are highly precise and perfect to prevent the medical errors in hospitals and convert the whole data based into a cloud which can be accessed by medical staff and doctors at any time and will be updated automatically after each medical or diagnosis process. This project 'Smart Vest for Support and Monitoring Medical Staff' is a kind of electronic jacket, which can be used for reducing medication errors. By the help of smart vest we have automated the hospital wards, reduced the burden on the nurses and doctors and ensured the safe and proper medication of the patients. The orthodox method used in hospitals is that patient's record and history is maintained on paper, nurses and doctors can easily commit errors because of this kind of database. However the developed countries have come up with the idea of medication cart which after further improvements can become robot to reduce medication error which could operate automatically without the help of any human being. However this smart vest after further enhancements can become more efficient and even then it would require nurse etc which means empowering the staff only, this would not reduce the humans, and man power would be used efficiently. This system thus suits the social requirements of our country. The detailed description of the hardware and software is also included in the report.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Big Data in Medical Science and Healthcare Mana...
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Big Data in medical science - what exactly is that? What are the potentials for healthcare management? Where is Big Data at the moment? Which risk factors need to be kept in mind? What is hype and what is real potential? This book provides an impression of the new possibilities of networked data analysis and 'Big Data' - for and within medical science and healthcare management. Big Data is about the collection, storage, search, distribution, statistical analysis and visualization of large amounts of data. This is especially relevant in healthcare management, as the amount of digital information is growing exponentially. An amount of data corresponding to 12 million novels emerges during the time of a single hospital stay. These are dimensions that cannot be dealt with without IT technologies. What can we do with the data that are available today? What will be possible in the next few years? Do we want everything that is possible? Who protects the data from wrong usage? More importantly, who protects the data from NOT being used? Big Data is the 'resource of the 21st century' and might change the world of medical science more than we understand, realize and want at the moment. The core competence of Big Data will be the complete and correct collection, evaluation and interpretation of data. This also makes it possible to estimate the frame conditions and possibilities of the automation of daily (medical) routine. Can Big Data in medical science help to better understand fundamental problems of health and illness, and draw consequences accordingly? Big Data also means the overcoming of sector borders in healthcare management. The specialty of Big Data analysis will be the new quality of the outcomes of the combination of data that were not related before. That is why the editor of the book gives a voice to 30 experts, working in a variety of fields, such as in hospitals, in health insurance or as medical practitioners. The authors show potentials, risks, concrete practical examples, future scenarios, and come up with possible answers for the field of information technology and data privacy.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 27.05.2020
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Big Data in Medical Science and Healthcare Mana...
109,00 CHF *
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Big Data in medical science - what exactly is that? What are the potentials for healthcare management? Where is Big Data at the moment? Which risk factors need to be kept in mind? What is hype and what is real potential? This book provides an impression of the new possibilities of networked data analysis and 'Big Data' - for and within medical science and healthcare management. Big Data is about the collection, storage, search, distribution, statistical analysis and visualization of large amounts of data. This is especially relevant in healthcare management, as the amount of digital information is growing exponentially. An amount of data corresponding to 12 million novels emerges during the time of a single hospital stay. These are dimensions that cannot be dealt with without IT technologies. What can we do with the data that are available today? What will be possible in the next few years? Do we want everything that is possible? Who protects the data from wrong usage? More importantly, who protects the data from NOT being used? Big Data is the 'resource of the 21st century' and might change the world of medical science more than we understand, realize and want at the moment. The core competence of Big Data will be the complete and correct collection, evaluation and interpretation of data. This also makes it possible to estimate the frame conditions and possibilities of the automation of daily (medical) routine. Can Big Data in medical science help to better understand fundamental problems of health and illness, and draw consequences accordingly? Big Data also means the overcoming of sector borders in healthcare management. The specialty of Big Data analysis will be the new quality of the outcomes of the combination of data that were not related before. That is why the editor of the book gives a voice to 30 experts, working in a variety of fields, such as in hospitals, in health insurance or as medical practitioners. The authors show potentials, risks, concrete practical examples, future scenarios, and come up with possible answers for the field of information technology and data privacy. The editor: Peter Langkafel (MD) MBA, General Manager for Public Sector and Healthcare at SAP AG, President of the Bundesverband Medizininformatiker (Federal Association of Medical Information Scientists - BVMI) for the Federal State of Berlin-Brandenburg and member of the Executive Board of the BITKOM (federal association of information industry, telecommunication and new media) study group 'E-Health'. Target group: executives in healthcare management, medical controlling, data protection commissioners, health care policy, health care law, health reporting, etc.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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