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CFP: Managing Interoperability and compleXity in Health Systems (MIXIH 11) with CIKM 11

From: Tao, Cui, Ph.D. <Tao.Cui@mayo.edu>
Date: Mon, 23 May 2011 16:03:31 -0500
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> http://informatics.mayo.edu/CNTRO/index.php/Events/MIXHS11
> First International Workshop on 
> Managing Interoperability and compleXity in Health Systems
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> MIX-HS> '> 11
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> October 28th, 2011, Glasgow, Scotland, U.K.  <http://www.cikm2011.org/glasgow> 
> in conjunction with the 
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> 2Oth ACM International Conference on Information and Knowledge Management  <http://www.cikm2011.org/> 
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> 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, MIXHS> '> 11, 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. 
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> 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). 
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> Topic of Interest include but are not limited to: 
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> *	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 
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> Challenges and Visions Track 
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> In cooperation with the Computing Community Consortium (CCC), MIXHS 11 invites submissions to a special "Challenges and Visions" track. The emphasis of this track will be on visionary ideas, long term challenges, and opportunities in research that are outside of the current mainstream topics of the field. 
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> Submissions will be judged on the extent to which they expand the possibilities and horizons of the field or challenge existing assumptions prevalent in the field. 
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> Submissions to this track should follow the same formatting guidelines as submissions to the research track , but are limited to at most FOUR pages in length for both submission and final publication. Accepted papers will be published in the conference proceedings. 
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> To encourage researchers to present truly visionary concepts, the CCC is offering prizes for up to 3 top papers in this special track: first prize $1000, second prize $750, and third prize $500, to be awarded as travel grants. > 
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> Submission 
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> All the accepted papers will be included in the workshop proceedings and published at ACM Digital Library: http://portal.acm.org/dl.cfm 
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> Selected excellent papers will be invited for further refereeing for publication on Journal of Biomedical Semantics <http://www.jbiomedsem.com/> . 
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> We are welcome submissions in the following formats: 
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> *	Full Research Paper Track (8 pages, ACM) 
> *	Short Paper Track for Challenges and Visions in Medical Informatics and work in progress (4 pages, ACM) 
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> 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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> To submit your paper, go to https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=mixhs11 
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> At least one author of each accepted paper must register for the workshop. Information about registration is provided at CIKM 2011 Web page: http://www.cikm2011.org/ 
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> Workshop Schedule/Important Dates 
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> *	Individual Workshop Papers Due: June 29, 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 
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> Programme Chairs 
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> Matt-Mouley Bouamrane <http://www.gla.ac.uk/departments/generalpracticeprimarycare/ourstaff/matt-mouleybouamrane/> , 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 Technical Program Committee (Preliminary...) 
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> *	Samina Abidi, Dalhousie University, Canada 
> *	Alberto Anguita-Sánchez, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM, Spain 
> *	Erick Antezana, Norwegian University of Science and Technology - NTNU, Norway 
> *	Adam Dunn, University of New South Wales, Australia 
> *	Mikel Egaña-Aranguren, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM, Spain 
> *	Jesualdo Tomás Fernández-Breis, Universidad de Murcia, Spain 
> *	Robert Freimuth, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A 
> *	Miguel García Remesal, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM, Spain 
> *	Diana de la Iglesia, Universidad Politécnica de Madrid, UPM, Spain 
> *	Guoqian Jiang, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A 
> *	Alistair Lawson, Edinburgh Napier University, Scotland, U.K. 
> *	Paea LePendu, Stanford University , U.S.A 
> *	Hongfang Liu, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A 
> *	Saturnino Luz, University of Dublin, Trinity College, Ireland 
> *	Frances Mair, University of Glasgow, Scotland, U.K. 
> *	Masood Masoodian, University of Waikato, New Zealand 
> *	Federica Paganelli, Dept. of Electronics and Telecommunications, Italy 
> *	Craig Parker, Intermountain Health Care, U.S.A 
> *	Jyotishman Pathak, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A. 
> *	Rafal Rak, University of Manchester, U.K. 
> *	Syed Sibte Raza-Abidi, Dalhousie University, Canada 
> *	Sunghwan Sohn, Mayo Clinic, U.S.A 
> *	Rafael Richards, John Hopkins, University, U.S.A. 
> *	Paul Taylor, University College London (UCL), U.K. 
> *	Fusheng Wang, Emory University, U.S.A. 
> *	Jim Zheng, Medical University of South Carolina, U.S.A. 
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