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7th International Conference on Medical Informatics & Telemedicine, will be organized around the theme “Innovative information technologies for the improvement of patient care”

Medical Informatics 2019 is comprised of keynote and speakers sessions on latest cutting edge research designed to offer comprehensive global discussions that address current issues in Medical Informatics 2019

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Bio Medical Informatics is the use of biomedical data, information and knowledge for scientific inquiry, problem solving, and decision making, motivated by efforts to improve human health. It helps to eliminate distance barriers and can improve access to clinical services that would often not be consistently available in distant rural communities. These technologies permit communications between patient and medical staff with both convenience and loyalty, as well as the transmission of medical, imaging and health informatics data from one site to another. It is a process for accurate data collection in digital format and an electronic medical record for data incorporation.

  • Track 1-1BioInformatics
  • Track 1-2Medical Imaging Informatics
  • Track 1-3Public Health Informatics
  • Track 1-4Biometric Analysis
  • Track 1-5Microscopy Image Analysis

The application of informatics to the practice of medicine and clinical care Providing clinicians, patients or individuals with knowledge and person-specific or population information, intelligently filtered or presented at appropriate times, to foster better health processes, better individual patient care, and better population health Clinical Informatics is to use modern technologies to advance our ability understand health and health problems, support translational research, develop effective interventions for healthcare delivery. Clinical informatics is so broad and touches so many different aspects of the practice of medicine that each of us comes at it from a slightly different perspective Clinical informaticians use their knowledge of patient care combined with their understanding of informatics concepts, methods, and medical informatics. The information and clinical choice backing included in this field are produced for and utilized by clinicians, patients, and guardians.

  • Track 2-1Cardiology Informatics
  • Track 2-2General Radiology
  • Track 2-3Perinatal care
  • Track 2-4Critical Care
  • Track 2-5Advanced Medical Visualization

Nursing informatics is the amalgamation of nursing science with the multiple information management and analytical sciences to promote the health of people, families, and communities worldwide. Nursing Informatics supports nurses, consumers, patients, the interprofessional healthcare team, and other stakeholders to achieve desired outcomes. By using data, an Nurse informaticist can analyse trends, monitor for any consistent errors, and implement new, more efficient systems in the pretext of human health. As a professional who has skills in both nursing and technology, a nurse informaticist can serve as an important bridge between clinical staff and technical advancement. Since most people in these roles have strong clinical nursing backgrounds, they can make sure the tools and procedures being implemented will be user-friendly and practical for the rest of the staff. They’re also able to focus the training of new technology on how it will improve their ability to care for patients.

  • Track 3-1Pediatric Patient Classification
  • Track 3-2Clinical Analysis
  • Track 3-3Clinical Data Storage
  • Track 3-4Midwifey And Women Health Nursing
  • Track 3-5Arthoplasty & Trauma Care

Dental Informatics is application of computer science and information science to reinforce dental practice, research, education and management. There is an enormous scope for dental informatics for betterment of human health. Digital imaging and image processing, computer-based dental records, clinical decision support and teledentistry are just some samples of research topics in dental informatics.
Objectives of Dental Informatics: Dental informatics causes the human services supplier to enhance persistent results; To make the conveyance of dental care more skilful; Serving experts take care of clinical issues more with accuracy, To maintain proceedings with competency among specialists and scientists.

  • Track 4-1CBCT (Cone Beam Computed Tomography) Cone Beam 3D
  • Track 4-2Panoramic X-ray Imaging
  • Track 4-33D Imaging Methods
  • Track 4-43D Scanning
  • Track 4-5Dental Traumatology

Pharmacy informatics is the  field that spotlights taking medication related information and learning inside the continuum of human healthcare  - including its securing, stockpiling, investigation, utilize and spread - in the conveyance of optimal medication-related patient care and wellbeing results. The field of Pharmacy informatics has turned out to be vastly improved set up over late years.
Models of Pharmacy informatics incorporate Computerized Provider Order Entry (CPOE), bedside bar coding, e-prescribing, telepharmacy, electronic medication administration records (eMARs), automated dispensing cabinets, inventory management systems, smart pumps and robotic IV automation.

  • Track 5-1Toxicity Informatics
  • Track 5-2Drug Informatics
  • Track 5-3Clinical Informatics
  • Track 5-4Pharmacist Evaluation
  • Track 5-5Patient Assessment

An electronic Health record (EHR) is a person's legitimate health archive that is shared among numerous offices and organizations. The importance of EHRs is getting to be expanding compelling as more patient data winds up computerized and bigger quantities of consumers express a craving to have portable access to their Health records. Among other types of data, an EHR typically contains:
Contact information; Information about visits to healthcare professionals; Insurance information; Family history; Immunization status; Information about any conditions or diseases; A list of medications; Records of hospitalization; Information about any surgeries or procedures performed.

  • Track 6-1e-Prescriptions
  • Track 6-2Radiology Images And Reports
  • Track 6-3Lab Test Data
  • Track 6-4Disease Classification And Indexing
  • Track 6-5e-Patient Records

Health care analytics is a term used to portray the healthcare analysis activities that can be attempted because of information gathered from four regions inside human services; claims and cost information, pharmaceutical and innovative work (R&D) information, clinical information [gathered from electronic therapeutic records (EHRs)], and patient conduct and opinion information .Health care investigation is a developing industry in the world. The business centres around the zones of clinical investigation, budgetary examination, inventory network examination, and in addition, extortion and HR examination.

  • Track 7-1Medical Imaging
  • Track 7-2In-Patient Health Monitoring
  • Track 7-3Disease Examination
  • Track 7-4Patient Profiling
  • Track 7-5Safe Guarding Clinical trials

Neuroinformatics alludes to an research field that spotlights on sorting out neuroscience information through expository devices and computational models. It amalgamates information over all scales and levels of neuroscience with a specific end goal to comprehend the unpredictable elements of the brain and work toward medications for brain related sickness. Neuroinformatics includes the methods and devices for gaining, sharing, putting away, distributing, breaking down, displaying, picturing and re-enacting information.
Coordinated effort among neuroscientists and computer scientists is important to make both new and old neuroscience information more open and more beneficial to the scientific community, and to propel our understanding of the brain at a considerably quicker rate than beforehand conceivable.

  • Track 8-1Neuro Imaging
  • Track 8-2Computational Neuro Science
  • Track 8-3Neuro Engineering
  • Track 8-4System Neuro Science
  • Track 8-5Cognitive Neuro Science

Epidemiology and biostatistics are the basic sciences of public health. Bio statistics is the application of statistics to an extensive variety of topics in biology. The exploration of bio statistics envelops the plan of biological experiments, particularly in medicine, pharmacy, farming and fishery; the gathering, outline, and examination of information from those investigations and surmising from those outcomes. A noteworthy part of this is Medical bio statistics, which is solely worried about Medicine and health. Public health investigations use quantitative methods, which combine the two disciplines of epidemiology and bio statistics.

  • Track 9-1 Biostatics
  • Track 9-2Chronic Disease Epidemology
  • Track 9-3Clinical Epidemology
  • Track 9-4Genetic And Cancer Epidemology
  • Track 9-5Infectious Disase Epidemology

The World Health Organization (WHO) defines Telemedicine as, “The delivery of healthcare services, where distance is a critical factor, by all healthcare professionals using information and communication technologies for the exchange of valid information for diagnosis, treatment and prevention of disease and injuries, research and evaluation and for the continuing education of healthcare providers, all in the interests of advancing the health of individuals and their communities.”
Telemedicine is the utilization of electronic data to impart advancements to give and bolster health services when participants isolated by distance. Telemedicine can be ordered into three principle classifications: Remote patient monitoring, Store-and-forward and Interactive telemedicine. Telemedicine can be useful to patients in isolated communities and remote districts, who can get care from specialists or experts far away without the patient making a trip to visit them.

  • Track 10-1Tele Psychiatary Program
  • Track 10-2Tele Radiology
  • Track 10-3Tele Dermatology
  • Track 10-4Tele Oncology
  • Track 10-5Tele Cardiology

Telepathology alludes to rehearsing pathology from a distance. Telecommunications technology is utilized for encouraging the transmission of pathology picture rich information between two inaccessible areas for diagnosis, research and education purposes. Keeping in mind the end goal to perform Telepathology, a pathologist must pick the video pictures that should be analysed and after that render an analysis. Utilizing TV microscopy, which went before Telepathology, didn't require a pathologist to have a virtual or physical hands-on inclusion in picking the microscopic fields-of-view to dissect and analyse.
Telepathology systems are separated into three noteworthy composes: static picture based systems, real-time systems, and virtual slide systems

  • Track 11-1Tele Microscopy
  • Track 11-2Microbiology
  • Track 11-3Digital Pathology
  • Track 11-4Histo Pathology
  • Track 11-5Cyto Pathology

Telesurgery additionally called as Remote surgery. Telesurgery is a capacity for a specialist to perform surgery on a patient despite the fact that they are not physically in a similar area. The principal genuine and complete remote surgery was led on 7 September 2001 over the Atlantic Ocean, with French specialist (Dr. Jacques Marescaux) in New York City playing out a cholecystectomy on a 68-year-old female patient 6,230 km away in Strasbourg, France. It was named Operation Lindbergh.
Remote telesurgery rises above the majority of the topographical limitations on specialized surgery. A man at the South Pole requiring surgery can have it there by remote telesurgery ("polar telesurgery"). A space traveller can be worked upon in a space station ("astrosurgery"). What's more, individuals in developing countries will have the capacity to profit by particular developing and not leave home for it.

  • Track 12-1Dynamic OR (Operation Room)
  • Track 12-2Remote Telesugery
  • Track 12-3Robotic Surgery
  • Track 12-4TeleOperation
  • Track 12-5Otorhinolaryngological Surgery

Telepharmacy is the practice of pharmacy from a remote area using Telecommunications technology, for example, computers and video screens. Telepharmacy can be used in retail or in clinical settings, for example, hospitals or nursing homes.
There are four different types of Telepharmacys: Inpatient (remote order-entry review), Remote dispensing (retail/outpatient/discharge), IV admixture, Remote counselling.
An essential interest of telepharmacy is its capability to grow access to pharmacy care in littler rural communities, some of which can't bolster a full-time pharmacist or can't without much of a recruit a pharmacist to dwell in their locale.

  • Track 13-1Drug Thearapy Monitoring
  • Track 13-2Tele Conferencing
  • Track 13-3Remote Dispensing Of Medications
  • Track 13-4Counsiling And Patient

Telehealth includes the utilization of telecommunications and virtual technology to convey medicinal services outside of traditional health-care facilities. Telehealth, which requires access only to telecommunications, is the most basic element of “e Health,” which uses a wider range of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
Telehealth envelops four particular spaces of utilizations. These are generally known as: Live video (synchronous); Store-and-forward (asynchronous); Remote patient monitoring (RPM); Mobile health (mHealth)
Very much composed Telehealth plans can enhance health care access and results, especially for chronic disease treatment and for defenceless gatherings. Not exclusively do they decrease requests on swarmed facilities, yet they additionally make cost reserve funds and make the health sector stronger.

  • Track 14-1 Tele Education
  • Track 14-2Patient Portal
  • Track 14-3Remote Patient Monitoring
  • Track 14-4Interactive Patient Care
  • Track 14-5Image Transmission And Storage Forward

Teleradiology is the electronic transmission of medicinal imaging examines (CT, MRI, XR, .and so forth.) from one area to other making them accessible for interpretation/consultation by radiologists who are absent locally in the district where the patient was examined. For this procedure to be executed, three fundamental segments are required, a picture sending station, a transmission network, and a receiving/image review station.
The fundamental thought behind the utilization of Teleradiology is that it is costly to have a radiologist on location. Generally the cost begins at about $1,500 every day. On contrary, utilizing a Teleradiology benefit empowers you to pay for each exam premise, and some of the time the expense is as low as $8 per exam. For facilities requiring every minute of every day administrations, or those that have a little volume of radiology patients, it can give an enormous savings.

  • Track 15-1Cyber Knife Radio Surgery
  • Track 15-2Tele 3D Imaging