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CALL FOR PAPERS–International Health Informatics Conference (IHIC 2013)


International Health Informatics Conference (IHIC 2013)
August 3 – 4, 2013       Beijing, China
co-located with the International Joint Conference on Artificial
Intelligence (IJCAI) 2013
– Submission deadline:     May 15, 2013
– Acceptance Notification:  June 5, 2013
– Conference Dates:         August 3-4, 2013
Advancing informatics for healthcare and healthcare applications has become a global research priority.  There is increased effort to transform reactive care to proactive and preventive care, clinic-centric to patient-centered practice, training-based interventions to globally aggregated evidence, and episodic response to continuous well-being monitoring and maintenance. IHIC 2013 aims to provide a forum for health informatics researchers and practitioners to discuss fundamental principles, algorithms and applications of intelligent data acquisition, processing, and analysis of healthcare data. IHIC 2013 is particularly interested in papers discussing innovative healthcare informatics applications, case studies, and information and knowledge management techniques, in which the approaches are accompanied by an in-depth computational evaluation with real world data.  IHIC 2013 encourages broad participation from researchers and professionals from a diverse range of disciplines including medical informatics, bioinformatics, electronic health records, epidemiology, health statistics, health data mining, public health, health economics, health-related behavioral studies, computer science, and information systems, among others.
The conference will be held in China and expects global as well as Asian participation.
Topics of interest for the conference include, but are not limited to:
I. Information sharing, integration and extraction
   – Patient education, learning and involvement
   – Consumer and clinician health information needs, seeking, sharing, and use
   – Healthcare knowledge abstraction, classification and summarization
   – Effective Information retrieval for healthcare applications
   – Natural language processing and text mining for biomedical and clinical
     applications, EHR, clinical notes, and health consumer texts
   – Intelligent systems and text mining for electronic health records
   – Health and clinical data integrity, privacy and representativeness for
     secondary use of data
II. Clinical practice and training
    – Virtual patient modeling for learning, practicing and demonstrating care
    – Medical recommender systems
    – Text mining clinical text for innovative applications (patient monitoring,
      recommender systems for clinicians, adverse effects monitoring)
    – Mental and physical health data integration
    – Computer-aided diagnosis
    – Computational support for patient-centered and evidence-based care
    – Disease profiling and personalized treatment
    – Visual analytics for healthcare
    – Transdisciplinary healthcare through IT
III. Mining clinical and medical data
     – Data augmentation and combination for evidence-based clinical decision-
     – Biomarker discovery and biomedical data mining
     – Semantic Web, linked data, ontologies for healthcare applications
     – Software infrastructure for biomedical applications (text mining platforms,
       semantic web, workflows, etc)
     – Intelligent Medical data management
     – Computational intelligence methodologies for healthcare
IV. Assistive, persuasive and intelligent devices for medical care and monitoring
    – Assistive devices and tools for individuals with special needs
    – Intelligent medical devices and sensors
    – Continuous monitoring and streaming technologies for healthcare
    – Computer support for surgical intervention
    – Localized data for improving emergency care
    – Localization, persuasion and mobile approaches to increasing healthy
      life styles and better self-care
    – Virtual and augmented reality for healthcare
    – Systems for Telemedicine
V. Global systems and large-scale health data analysis and management
    – Global spread of disease: models, tools and interventions
    – Infectious disease informatics
    – Social network analysis for public health
    – Data analytics for public health
    – Pharmacy informatics systems and drug discovery
    – Collaboration technologies for healthcare
    – Healthcare workflow management
    – Meta-studies of community, national and international programs
Please visit the conference website at Detailed submission preparation instructions and a link to the online submission system are available on the "Paper Submission" page. Selected conference papers will be recommended for fast-track reviews to IEEE Intelligent Systems and ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems.
– Chinese Academy of Sciences
– Chinese Military Academy of Health Sciences
– Beijing CDC
– University of Arizona
– IEEE Computational Intelligence Society
– IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
– INFORMS Artificial Intelligence College
– ACM Beijing Chapter
– IFAC Economic and Business Systems Technical Committee
– Chinese Association of Automation
– Chinese Associate for Science and Technology, USA
Conference Co-Chairs
– Hsinchun Chen, University of Arizona, USA
– Fei-Yue Wang, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Program Co-Chairs
– Vincent Tseng, National Cheng Kung University, Taiwan
– Chris Yang, Drexel University, USA
– Daniel Zeng, Chinese Academy of Sciences & University of Arizona
Local Arrangements Committee Co-Chairs
– Hongbin Song, Chinese Military Academy of Health Sciences
– Quanyi Wang, Beijing CDC
Tutorial Co-Chairs
– John Brownstein, Harvard Medical School
– Daniel Neill, Carnegie Mellon University, USA
Publication Co-Chairs
– Wendy Chapman, University of California, San Diego, USA
– Scott Leischow, Mayo Clinic, USA
– Hsin-Min Lu, National Taiwan University, Taiwan
Poster Chair
– Howard Burkom, Johns Hopkins University
Finance Co-Chairs
– Xue-Wen Chen, Wayne State University, USA
– Zhidong Cao, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Publicity Co-Chairs
– James Hendler, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, USA
– Leslie Lenert, University of Utah, USA
– Kwok Tsui, City University of Hong Kong, China