Challenges of Trustable AI and Added-Value on Health: Proceedings of MIE 2022Volume 294 of Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, has been selected for Doody’s Special Topics List: Trust & Distrust in Healthcare. Read the press release here

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Aims and Scope

Internationally, health informatics is driven by developments in biomedical technologies and medical informatics research that are advancing in parallel and form one integrated world of information and communication media and result in massive amounts of health data. These components include genomics and precision medicine, machine learning, translational informatics, intelligent systems for clinicians and patients, mobile health applications, data-driven telecommunication and rehabilitative technology, sensors, intelligent home technology, EHR and patient-controlled data, and Internet of Things.

The series Studies in Health Technology and Informatics (HTI) was started in 1990 in collaboration with EU programmes that preceded the Horizon 2020 to promote biomedical and health informatics research. It has developed into a highly visible global platform for the dissemination of original research in this field, containing more than 250 volumes of high-quality works from all over the world.

The international Editorial Board selects publications with relevance and quality for the field. All contributions to the volumes in the series are peer reviewed.

Volumes in the HTI series are submitted (for evaluation) for indexing by MEDLINE/PubMed; Web of Science: Conference Proceedings Citation Index - Science (CPCI-S) and Book Citation Index - Science (BKCI-S); Google Scholar; Scopus; EMCare.

Book series editors

B. Blobel - University of Regensburg, Germany
E. Borycki - University of Victoria, BC, Canada
M. Braunstein - Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, GA, USA
C. Bühler - TU Dortmund, Germany
J.P. Christensen - Jyderup, Denmark
R. Cooper - University of Pittsburg, PA, USA
R. Cornet - Amsterdam Medical Center, The Netherlands
G. De Moor - University of Ghent, Belgium
J. Dewen - Tsinghua University, Beijing, China
P.C. Dykes - Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, MA, USA
A. Famili - Ottawa, ON, Canada
K.W. Fung - National Library of Medicine, NIH, Bethesda, USA
M. González-Sancho - European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
E.J.S. Hovenga - eHealth Education Pty Ltd., Frenchville, QLD, Australia
J.W. Jutai - University of Ottawa, ON, Canada
Z. Kolitsi - Ministry of Health and Social Solidarity, Athens, Greece
O. Le Dour - European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
C.U. Lehmann - Vanderbilt University, Nahsville, TN, USA
J. Mantas - University of Athens, Greece
V. Maojo - Polytechnic University, Madrid, Spain
A. Moen - University of Oslo, Norway
J.F.M. Molenbroek - Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands
M.A. Musen - Stanford University, CA, USA
P. Niederer - Institute of Biomedical Engineering (ETH), Zurich, Switzerland
C. Nohr - Aalborg University, Denmark
A. Pedotti - Technical University of Milan, Italy
N. Peek - University of Manchester, United Kingdom
O. Rienhoff - Georg-August University, Göttingen, Germany
G. Riva - Catholic University of the Sacred Heart, Milan, Italy
W. Rouse - Stevens Institute of Technology, NJ, USA
C. Safran - Harvard University, MA, USA
K. Saranto - University of Eastern Finland, Kuopio, Finland
N. Sarkar - Brown University, Providence, RI, USA
M.J. Scherer - University of Rochester, NY, USA
S. Schürer - University of Miami, FL, USA
E.R. Siegel - USA
T. Solomonides - University of the West of England, Bristol, United Kingdom
E. Tam - The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hong Kong
J. Tenenbaum - Duke University, Durham, NC, USA
L.H.W. Van Der Woude - University of Groningen, The Netherlands
B. Wiederhold - Virtual Reality Medical Center, San Diego, CA, USA
P. Wilson - FTI Consulting, Brussels, Belgium


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