Track Information

Track: Healthcare Information Systems

Healthcare Information Systems (HIS) advances offer substantial possibilities to enhance quality and efficiency of healthcare services, enable new forms of healthcare co-operations, improve interactions between patients and healthcare providers, and transform care delivery. With the development and utilization of the Electronic and Personal Healthcare Record (EHR/PHR) and their interplay with cloud-based apps, telemedicine, homecare and m-health, the healthcare sector requires overcoming significant challenges like integration, interoperability, security, big data exploitation, healthcare analytics etc. Consistent with the EMCIS conference theme this track addresses, but it is not limited, to a multidiscipline spectrum of theoretical perspectives and methodological approaches presented in the thematic areas below:

  • Healthcare Information Technology and Systems (HIT/S)
  • Electronic Medical/Health Records (EMRs/EHRs)
  • Clinical Information Systems
  • Mobile and Electronic Health (mHealth/eHealth) Solutions
  • Smart and Connected Health for Wellbeing
  • Electronic Health Systems: Deployment
  • Best Practices and Lessons Learnt
  • Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning in Healthcare
  • Natural Language Processing for Smart Healthcare
  • Big Data in Healthcare
  • Blockchain in Healthcare
  • Healthcare Analytics
  • Data Analytics for Public Health Care
  • Healthcare Information Systems Critical Success and Failure Factors (CSF/CFF)
  • Healthcare Application Integration: PACS
  • eReferral/ePrescription and Telemedicine
  • Next Generation Telehealthcare and Remote Care Expansion
  • HIS Security

Track Chairs

Andriana Prentza, University of Piraeus, Greece, 

Michael Filippakis, University of Piraeus, Greece