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Deadline Extended: First International Workshop on Managing Interoperability and compleXity in Health Systems (MIXHS'11)

From: Cui Tao <Tao.Cui@mayo.edu>
Date: Tue, 28 Jun 2011 10:38:29 -0500
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> http://informatics.mayo.edu/CNTRO/index.php/Events/MIXHS11
> <http://informatics.mayo.edu/CNTRO/index.php/Events/MIXHS11>
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> First International Workshop on Managing Interoperability and compleXity in
> Health Systems 
> MIXHS¹11 
> October 28th, 2011, Glasgow, Scotland, UK
> in conjunction with CIKM 2011 <http://www.cikm2011.org/>
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> Workshop Theme and Topics
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> Managing Interoperability and Complexity in Health Systems, MIXHS¹11, aims to
> be a forum focusing on the latest advances in bio-medical and e-health
> knowledge and information management research. The workshop will provide an
> opportunity for sharing practical experiences and best practices in e-health
> information infrastructure development and management. It will gather experts,
> researchers, system developers, practitioners and policymakers designing and
> implementing solutions for managing clinical data and integrating current and
> future electronic-health systems infrastructures.
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> Issues of biomedical data-mining in large heterogeneous clinical data-sets,
> information retrieval and extraction in multiple medical repositories, the
> management of complexity and the coherent update of knowledge in medicine,
> clinical standards interoperability in distributed health systems and the
> patient Electronic Health Record (EHR) are now becoming critical to
> implementing enterprise and nationwide health systems.
> 
> Topics of interest will include knowledge management activities seeking to
> address these issues by: (i) using clinical data mining, information
> extraction and retrieval (ii) standardization of clinical classification (i.e.
> International Classification of Diseases, ICD), large scale biomedical
> terminologies and ontologies development (Systematized Nomenclature of
> Medicine Clinical Terms, SNOMED CT), (iii) the standardization of clinical
> information transfer formats (Health Level 7, HL7) and (iv) structuring of
> clinical documents (Clinical Document Architecture, CDA) and the electronic
> health records (EHR).
> 
> Topic of Interest include but are not limited to:
> * Bio-medical Data-Mining, Information retrieval and extraction and NLP on
> biomedical text 
> * Inference and statistical Models of diseases & Multi-morbidity
> * Clinical Information Retrieval, Management and Normalization
> * Medical Knowledge Representation and Reasoning, Expert and Clinical Decision
> Support Systems 
> * Interoperability in Distributed healthcare Systems
> * Clinical Information Standards (e.g. HL7) Clinical Terminologies,
> Classifications (e.g. ICD 10) and biomedical ontologies (e.g. SNOMED - CT)
> * Hospital Enterprise Information Management Systems, Electronic Health
> Record, (EHR), Clinical Document Architecture
> Submission 
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> All the accepted papers will be included in the workshop proceedings and
> published by ACM. Selected excellent papers will be invited to journal
> publication. 
> 
> We are welcome submissions in the following formats:
> * Full research papers (8 pages, ACM)
> * Short papers for work in progress/late breaking results (4 pages, ACM)
> All papers must be submitted in an electronic format which conforms to the ACM
> proceedings style and submitted as PDF files. Please use the ACM templates
> <http://www.acm.org/sigs/publications/proceedings-templates>  (the "Option 2"
> style). 
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> Workshop Schedule/Important Dates
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> * Individual Workshop Papers Due: July 10, 2011
> * Notification of Acceptance: July 29, 2011
> * Camera Ready: August 12, 2011 (hard deadline for publication)
> * Submission to Journal Special Issue: 1st October 2011
> * Notification to Journal authors: 15 December 2011
> Programme chairs 
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> Matt-Mouley Bouamrane
> <http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/generalpracticeprimarycare/ourstaff/matt-mou
> leybouamrane/> , College of Medical, Veterinary and Life Sciences, University
> of Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. email: Matt-Mouley.Bouamrane at glasgow.ac.uk
> 
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> Cui Tao, <http://mayoresearch.mayo.edu/mayo/research/staff/Tao_C43.cfm>
> Division of Biomedical Statistics and Informatics, College of Medicine, Mayo
> Clinic, Rochester, Minnesota, U.S.A, Tao.Cui at mayo.edu
> 
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> International Program Committee (Preliminary)
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> * Mariano Luis Alcañiz Raya, Technical University of Valencia, Spain
> * Alberto Anguita Sánchez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, Spain
> * Gordon Baxter, University of St-Andrews, Scotland, U.K
> * Luis Carriço University of Lisbon, Portugal
> * Robert Freimuth Mayo Clinic, USA
> * Simon Harper University of Manchester, U.K
> * Lucy Hederman, University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland
> * Guoqian Jiang, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A
> * Hongfang Liu, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A
> * Saturnino Luz, University of Dublin, Trinity College, U.K.
> * Masood Masoodian, University of Waikato, New Zealand
> * Frances Mair, University of Glasgow, U.K.
> * Patrick Olivier, University of Newcastle, U.K.
> * Craig Parker, Intermountain Health Care, U.S.A
> * Jyotishman Pathak, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A.
> * Federica Paganelli, Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunications, Italy
> * Thomas Ploetz, University of Newcastle, U.K.
> * Rafael Richards, John Hopkins, University, U.S.A.
> * Wilton van Klei, Utrecht University Medical Center, The Netherlands
> * Kevin Swingler, University of Stirling, Scotland, U.K
> * Fusheng Wang, Emory University, U.S.A.
> * Yeliz Yesilada, University of Manchester, U.K
> * Jim Zheng, Medical University of South Carolina, U.S.A.
> 
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