Bringing together scientific papers by top medical informatics researchers from around the world, this collection provides a broad overview of medical informatics for researchers and students in health related areas as well as for those in computer science, cognitive science and biomedical informatics. This book will also be of interest to clincians, nurses and other healthcare professionals, as well as to health educators and administrators. Despite these exceptions, one can argue that open-source development more closely approximates the needs of the medical community in the delivery of software. The benefits of apeer-reviewablea code on reducing software errors and the ability for individual institutions to easily ...  If one purchases a book, a movie, or an audio CD, the value of the item is independent of the publishing firm or ... This can be explained by the lack of future service that such an event foretells.
|Author||:||Vimla L. Patel, Ray Rogers, R. Haux|
|Publisher||:||IOS Press - 2001-01-01|