International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence!
Advancing Informatics for Better Healthcare
A significant effort has been placed on advancing informatics for healthcare and healthcare applications. There is increased effort to transform reactive care to proactive and preventive care, clinic-centric to patient-centered practice, training-based interventions to globally aggregated evidence, and episodic response to continuous well-being monitoring and maintenance.
This conference is organized to develop a platform for authors to discuss fundamental principles, algorithms or applications of intelligent data acquisition, processing and analysis of healthcare data. We are particularly interested in information and knowledge management papers, in which the approaches are accompanied by an in-depth experimental evaluation with real world data. The conference particularly encourages researchers in computer science, medical informatics, and information systems to submit their work.
* Conference Publications
The conference proceedings will be issued by Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS). Selected papers will also be considered for IEEE Intelligent Systems and ACM Transactions on Management Information Systems.
|Submissions for the special issue on Smart and Connected Health will be due on September 1, 2013. Submission instructions will be posted when available. Selected conference papers may be invited for submission.|
|Submission instructions including editorial guidelines and manuscript preparation for ACM TMIS can be found at http://tmis.acm.org/. Selected conference papers may be invited for submission.|
* Co-located with the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (IJCAI)
The conference will co-locate with the International Joint Conference on Artificial Intelligence (ICJAI), and will take place in Beijing, China. Significant global as well as Asian participation is expected.
* Topics of interest include, but are not limited to
I. Information sharing, integration, and
II. Clinical practice and training
III. Mining Clinical and Medical Data
IV. Assistive, persuasive and intelligent devices for medical care and monitoring
V. Global systems and large-scale health data analysis and management
See the Call for Papers page for additional information.