Trust and Security on Semantic HIM (Health Information Management)


Information technology have changed information media by networking and internet using technology in health as same as another part improve efficiency and effectiveness. Currently, the medical document is reality-based medicine, so that is the most important, richest and the most realistic source of medical and health information. Health information management systems that require systems to the storage, retrieval, storage and elimination of health records (by law), and adjust to the rules of professional. These processes are difficult and time consuming for human. In the meantime semantic HIM seem best solution.

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N. Khozouei, R. Vanda and P. Khozouei, "Trust and Security on Semantic HIM (Health Information Management)," Intelligent Information Management, Vol. 4 No. 6, 2012, pp. 401-406. doi: 10.4236/iim.2012.46045.

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