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Healthcom 2020: International Conference on e-Health Networking, Applications and Services
Submission Date:
2020-07-20 Extended
Notification Date:
Conference Date:
Shenzhen, China
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Call For Papers
Prospective authors are cordially invited to submit their original contributions covering completed or ongoing work related to the eHealth area. The topics include but are not limited to:

Medical, Biomedical, and Health Informatics

    Electronic medical records (EMR) and electronic prescription
    Interoperability for personal Health systems
    Data preprocessing, cleansing, management and mining
    Data quality assessment and improvement
    Medical imaging
    Computer-aided detection, hypothesis generation and diagnosis
    Evidence-based medicine
    Evolutionary and longitudinal patient and disease models
    Clinical workflow
    Medication adherence and health monitoring
    Smart health and big data
    Deep IoT analysis
    Methods for inputting, transmitting and processing data for e-health
    Multimedia e-health data exchange services

E-Health Services and Applications

    e-Health services/applications for physical and mental health; for example, in acute care, chronic care, mental health care, biomedical engineering, rehabilitation, prosthetics, elderly/nursing care, smart homes and hospitals, and rural/wilderness practice.
    e-Health services/applications for sports and exercise; for example, in training prescription and feedback, concussion detection/monitoring, life-logging and fitness monitoring.
    e-Health services/applications for public health; for example, disease prevention, pandemic preparedness, epidemiological interventions and smart cities.
    e-Health services/applications for extreme environments; for example, in firefighting, disaster response, evacuation assistance, medical triage, space travel/exploration, deep diving and deep sea exploration
    m-Health applications and software
    Quality of experience (QoE) with e-Health services/applications.
    Security, privacy and trust for e-Health services/applications
    Emerging cloud-based services/applications including health clouds/grids
    Usability of e-Health systems and devices

E-Health Solutions to Challenging Problems

    Neglected Diseases
    Telemedicine for rural area
    Aging problems and intelligent care
    Bioinformatics and precision medicine
    Smart agriculture for human health

Communications and Networking

    Converged networks and applications
    Network and services virtualization
    Quality of Service (QoS) and Quality of Experience (QoE)
    Software Defined Networking (SDN) and network management
    Delay-tolerant, fault-tolerant and reliable communication
    Cognitive communication for medical bands
    In-hospital networking, body area networking and cloud-integrated networking
    Network Function Virtualization
    Nanoscale/molecular communications
    Network coding and error detection/correction
    Resilience and robustness

System Research

    Requirements Engineering
    Social technological alignment
    E-Health and m-health governance
    Quality of care
    Business modeling
    Supply chain management
    Smart Pharmaceuticals
    Global e-health strategies
    Tagging and tracking
    Work flow
    Patient flow

Signal/Data Processing and Computing For Health Systems

    Big data models, theories, algorithms, approaches, solutions
    Machine learning, data mining, web mining, and graph mining
    Deep Learning for Health
    Wearable sensors for patients monitoring
    Virtual rehabilitation (stroke, Parkinson disease, Alzheimer disease, multiple sclerosis)
    Telemedicine for aging
    Gait analysis (arm swing, balance, posture control)
    Falls (detection, tracking)

Medical Doctor Section

    E-Health case studied - applications
    Neurological diseases
    Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) in neurological diseases
    EEG/MEG in brain network analysis
    Integration of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) with EEG/ functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI)


    High-confidence medical devices
    Integration of medical devices with E-Health
    Medical device interoperability
    Wearable devices
    In/on/around-body sensors and actuators
    Biosensors at the micro/nano-scale
    Smart garments/textiles
    Wireless energy transfer
    Energy harvesting
    Device security
Last updated by Dou Sun in 2020-07-04
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