Table of contents for Biomedical informatics : computer applications in health care and biomedicine / Edward H. Shortliffe, editor ; James J. Cimino, associate editor.


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UNT I RECURRENT THEMES IN BIOMEDICAL IN ORMATICS
CHAPTER 1       The Computer Meets Medicine and Biology: Emergence of a Discipine 3
Edward H. Shortliffe and Marsden S Blois
CHAPTER 2     Biomedical Data: Their Acquisition, Storage, and Fse 46
Edward H ShorAtlif and G Octo Barnett
CHAPTER 3     Biomedical Decision Making: Probabilistic Clinical Reasoning 80
Donugas K Owens and Harold C Sox
CHAPTER 4       Cognitive Science and Biomedical Informatics 133
Vimla L. Patel nd David R. aufmnan
CHAPTER  5     Essential Concepts for Biomedical Computing 186
Gio Wiederhold and Thomas C Rindfleisch
CHAPTER 6      System Design and Engineering in Health Care 233
Gio Wiederhoid and Edward H Shortai/fe
CHAPTER 7      Standards in Biomedical Informatics 265
CW Edward Hammnond and and James  mino
CHAPTER 8      Natural Language and Ttet Processing in Biomedicine 312
Canrol Fiedman and Stephen B. Johnson
CHAPTER 9      Imaging and Structural Informatics 344
James F. Brinkley and Robert A. Greenes
CHAPTER 10     E thics and Health fnformatics: Users, Stdards and Outcomes 379
Keoneh W. Goodman and Randolph A. Miller
CHARPTER 11    Evaluation and Technolo g Asessment 403
Chare P Frwicadmoa , ]eremv C2 Wvaiit and DouigasA K O.wes
UNIT II BIOMEDICAL INFORMATICS APPLICATIONS
CHAPTER 12      Electronic Heath Record Systems 447
Pali C Tang man Cmei nit  ,I McDonald
CHAPTFR 13       Management of Informatio in Healthcae Oranizaton   476
LiMn Harold Vit Il and Leislie t  Pcrreau/i
CHAPTER 14      C onsumel Health Informatics and Telchealth 5i1
Patriia Fhine/ Brimian and ust in B. Starr,n
CHAPTER 15     Public Health Indormatics and the Health Information Inf rastructire 537
Wif/iani A. Yvisnoff Patri t/k  J O'( aroa/i,and a ndrtei to eii -i
CHAPTER 16    Patient Care Systems 564
.iiud G Ola-holt and Suzunn Bakken
CHAPTER 17   Patient-Monitoring Systems 585
Reed M. Gardner and 4. Min chae/ Slcihol
CHAPTER 18     Imaging Systems in Radilogy 62(6
Roberi A. Grocs and J lames F B. id, ic
CHAPTER 19    Infomation Retrieval and Digital Libraries 660
il /liai  H esh, P Zoc Siar i and llliai  M,I Dl) ii
CHAPTER  20    Clinical Decision-Support Systems 698
Mifk A. Musi n Yu'va/ Shas/ir and Edward I. Siou'il/Hf
CHAPTER 21      Computers in Medical Education 737
Pat sli Di'! Edward . HolP r/ and G. OcWt Barn 't
CHAPTER 22   Bioinolrmaties 763
PRus B. At Itman and Sc in D. Monion
UNiT II BIOMEDICAL iNFORMATICS IN THE YEARS AHEAD
CHAPTER 23    Health Care Financing and Information Technolog:  A Historicai
Perspectivse793
Sara J Singei, A/ain (C indlhovi   anid Alan Mi  i .A'e
CHAPTER 24      T he Future of Computer Applications in Biomedicine 829
Liarene Al. Fagan and Edward H. Shortlifpf



Library of Congress subject headings for this publication: Medical informatics