Call for papers for special edition of Health Policy and Technology

Health Policy and Technology Editor Wendy Currie has announced a special edition of the journal entitled “Patient – Centered Health Information Technology: Preparing for a New Era”.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Interoperability of patient – centered Health Information Technology
  • Patient – centered Health Information Technology and patient empowerment
  • Patient – centered Health Information Technology in potential conflict with clinical practice • Preventive patient – centered Health Information Technology
  • Development of patient – centered Health Information Technology
  • Patient – centered Health Information Technology in the Cloud
  • Safety, information security and privacy of patient – centered Health Information Technology
  • Economics of patient – centered Health Information Technology
  • Patient – centered applications for mental health
  • Patient – centered Health Information Technology and quality – of – care
  • Patient – centered Health Information Technology and state – of – health
  • Patient – centered Health Information Technology and a fitting degree of personalization

Information about the special edition can be obtained from the co-ordinating editor of the special edition , Dr Reeva Lederman (reeva.lederman@unimelb.edu.au)

The editorial board for the special edition will be comprised of Tobias Dehling, Stefan Schellhammer, Ofir Ben – Assuli and Ali Sunyaev

Submission: Papers are due 30 December 2015.

To submit an article, please go to: http://ees.elsevier.com/hlpt/default and select the Special edition: Patient – Centered Health Information Technology.

Submissions can be up to 8 pages long including abstract and references.

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