From Patient Data to Medical Knowledge: The Principles and Practice of Health Informatics
2 Reading and writing patient records.
3 Creation of medical knowledge.
4 Access to medical knowledge.
Part Two: The Principles of Health Informatics.
7 Clinical terms.
8 Knowledge representation.
9 Standards in health informatics.
10 Probability and decision-making.
11 Probability and learning from data.
Part Three: Achieving Change.
12 Information technology and organisational transformation.
13 Achieving change through information.
14 Achieving change through information technology.
* Written from first-hand experience by the Director of Health Informatics at University College London
* From clinical practice to medical policy: discusses both the use of data to improve clinical practice and practical implementation of organisational change in current medical policy
* The most up-to-date book on the market, covering the clinical and practical implications of health informatics, at a time when its use is on the rise in all health settings