[ecoop-info] CFP: Reliability of eHealth Information Systems (ReHIS) in association with IEEE HealthCom-2014
Kashif Akhtar Saleem
ksaleem at KSU.EDU.SA
Mon Mar 24 12:26:12 CET 2014
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DEADLINE: 30th of May, 2014
Reliability of eHealth Information Systems (ReHIS’14)<http://users.encs.concordia.ca/~amjad/ReHIS/>
in association with
16th International Conference on E-health Networking, Application & Services (IEEE HealthCom’14)<http://www.ieee-healthcom.org/>
15-18 October, 2014, Ponta Negra, Natal-RN, Brazil
-: Accepted and registered papers will be published by IEEE Press and included in several abstracting and indexing databases.:-
Current available health care systems have major problems like accessibility, lack of portability, technologically deficient, lack of data availability that can overcome with the emergence eHealth care. The use of health information technology and the electronic exchange of clinical information promote and ensure the health care quality, patient safety, cost-efficiency, and public health. “Electronic Health (eHealth) is a relatively recent term for healthcare practice supported by electronic processes and communication”. eHealth includes Internet-enabled Healthcare Applications, Consumer Health Information, Personal Health Records, Internet-based Services (e-Pharmacy, e-Care, etc.) Electronic Health Record (EHR) Systems, Administrative and Financial Health Systems and m-health or mHealth that exchange the health information with mobile phones.
Health care providers must have the access to the health information to assist the patients where and when it is needed. In eHealth, the communication involves transferring of personal health information (PHI) from one edge of the Earth to other with the help of different types of data networks, eHealth data servers and mHealth computing devices. PHI can be accessible from local premises or from other party on different region or from cloud. At the time of data requirement, the request need to be fulfill without any delay and error.
To ensure the data and information precision the overall communication infrastructure should be reliable. Design errors, system usage problems, design reliability issues, compliance Issues, system failure and vulnerabilities in eHealth care system can lead to critical conditions or even death. Patients expect an electronic health care system that is totally reliable. The eHealth system preserves the care and to provide the errors free service to its users requires innovative methods that can lead to qualitative improvements.
This workshop is a forum for researchers, academics, and industries to debate the different issues related to reliable eHealth information system, discuss relevant theoretical and practical solutions, and explore areas related to the theory, applications, development, experiences, and evaluation studies for correct design and implementation of eHealth systems. This platform of knowledge sharing helps the eHealth, professionals how to develop, implement a fully reliable eHealth system.
Topics of the track consist of all aspects related to eHealth Information Security. They include but are not limited to:
· Testing and verification of eHealth
· Simulation based methods in eHealth
· Formal methods in eHealth
· Verification of eHealth software and equipment
· Performance evaluation of eHealth systems
· Open issues and surveys on testing and verification of eHealth
· Healthcare sensors reliability
· Patient data security and reliability
· Fault Tolerance in eHealth
· Vulnerability assessment
· Security access policies and privacy issues in eHealth
· Secured Network Architectures for eHealth
· Secure Transmission, Processing, and Storage
· Reliability of eHealth technologies: mHealth, WBSN
· Intrusion and fraud detection in eHealth systems
· eHealth Security Forensics and Investigation
· Electronic health record (EHR) systems reliability
· Paper Submission Deadline: May 30th, 2014
· Acceptance Notification: July 15th, 2014
· Author Registration Deadline: August 15, 2014
· Camera-ready Papers Deadline: August 31, 2014
· Workshop Date: October 15-18, 2014
All submissions should be written in English with a maximum paper length of six (6) IEEE style printed pages including figures, without incurring additional page charges. One (1) additional page is allowed with a charge of USD100, if accepted. Papers exceeding 7 pages will not be accepted at EDAS, nor will be reviewed.
IEEE HealthCom’14 Workshops: http://www.ieee-healthcom.org/cfw.html
To submit your paper directly to ReHIS-2014 workshop please use click Here<http://edas.info/N17521>
A fabulous opportunity to explore, share and experience new research ideas.
Please, forward the ReHIS’14 CFP to your friends, department colleagues, advanced graduate students and colleagues at local community/junior colleges.
We look forward to meet you at the conference venue in 2014!
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