Reinhold Haux
Reinhold Haux
PLRI, TU Braunschweig and Hannover Medical School
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Health information systems–past, present, future
R Haux
International journal of medical informatics 75 (3-4), 268-281, 2006
9032006
Recommendations of the International Medical Informatics Association (IMIA) on education in biomedical and health informatics
J Mantas, E Ammenwerth, G Demiris, A Hasman, R Haux, W Hersh, ...
Methods of information in medicine 49 (02), 105-120, 2010
3512010
Health care in the information society. A prognosis for the year 2013
R Haux, E Ammenwerth, W Herzog, P Knaup
International journal of medical informatics 66 (1-3), 3-21, 2002
3082002
Mobile information and communication tools in the hospital
E Ammenwerth, A Buchauer, B Bludau, R Haux
International journal of medical informatics 57 (1), 21-40, 2000
2742000
Strategic information management in hospitals: an introduction to hospital information systems
R Haux, E Ammenwerth, A Winter, B Brigl
Springer Science & Business Media, 2004
2702004
Medical informatics: past, present, future
R Haux
International journal of medical informatics 79 (9), 599-610, 2010
2512010
A randomized evaluation of a computer-based nursing documentation system
E Ammenwerth, R Eichstädter, R Haux, U Pohl, S Rebel, S Ziegler
Methods of information in medicine 40 (02), 61-68, 2001
1592001
Health information systems
A Winter, R Haux, E Ammenwerth, B Brigl, N Hellrung, F Jahn
Health Information Systems, 33-42, 2010
1512010
From a paper-based transmission of discharge summaries to electronic communication in health care regions
T Schabetsberger, E Ammenwerth, S Andreatta, G Gratl, R Haux, ...
International journal of medical informatics 75 (3-4), 209-215, 2006
1272006
Strategic information management plans: the basis for systematic information management in hospitals
AF Winter, E Ammenwerth, OJ Bott, B Brigl, A Buchauer, S Gräber, ...
International Journal of Medical Informatics 64 (2-3), 99-109, 2001
1172001
Individualization, globalization and health–about sustainable information technologies and the aim of medical informatics
R Haux
International journal of medical informatics 75 (12), 795-808, 2006
1142006
On health-enabling and ambient-assistive technologies
S Koch, M Marschollek, KH Wolf, M Plischke, R Haux
Methods of Information in Medicine 48 (01), 29-37, 2009
1012009
A three-level graph-based model for the management of hospital information systems
A Winter, R Haux
Methods of Information in Medicine 34 (04), 378-396, 1995
981995
Aims and tasks of medical informatics
R Haux
International journal of medical informatics 44 (1), 9-20, 1997
971997
Translational research in medical informatics or from theory to practice
CU Lehmann, MM Altuwaijri, YC Li, MJ Ball, R Haux
Methods of information in medicine 47 (01), 1-3, 2008
962008
A performance comparison of accelerometry-based step detection algorithms on a large, non-laboratory sample of healthy and mobility-impaired persons
M Marschollek, M Goevercin, KH Wolf, B Song, M Gietzelt, R Haux, ...
2008 30th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in …, 2008
942008
Web-based training: a new paradigm in computer-assisted instruction in medicine
M Haag, L Maylein, FJ Leven, B Tönshoff, R Haux
International Journal of Medical Informatics 53 (1), 79-90, 1999
941999
Health-enabling technologies for pervasive health care: on services and ICT architecture paradigms
R Haux, J Howe, M Marschollek, M Plischke, KH Wolf
Informatics for Health and Social Care 33 (2), 77-89, 2008
892008
Sensor-based fall risk assessment–an expert ‘to go’
M Marschollek, A Rehwald, KH Wolf, M Gietzelt, G Nemitz, ...
Methods of information in medicine 50 (05), 420-426, 2011
872011
Health-enabling technologies for the elderly–an overview of services based on a literature review
W Ludwig, KH Wolf, C Duwenkamp, N Gusew, N Hellrung, M Marschollek, ...
Computer methods and programs in biomedicine 106 (2), 70-78, 2012
852012
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