Decision support systems for healthcare: A methodology review

Decision support systems for healthcare: A methodology review

Author Leao, Beatriz de Faria Autor UNIFESP Google Scholar
Nardon, Fabiane Bizinella Google Scholar
Feldens, Miguel Artur Google Scholar
Pavan, Altino Google Scholar
Madril, Pablo Google Scholar
Waegemann, C. P. Google Scholar
Institution Universidade Federal de São Paulo (UNIFESP)
Abstract This paper presents in its introduction an overview of decision support systems (DSS) in health care emphasizing the methodologies used for the construction of these systems. The subsequent sections address the issue of integration of DSS with other information systems in healthcare, proposing a strategy of accomplishing this through the definition of CORBA based software components. This model is intended to cover issues of data access, knowledge representation, learning, events, and observers, through which user interaction is supported. It is supposed to be a model flexible enough to support different kinds of DSS, such as data mining (DM), case based reasoning(CBR), alert systems, and more. At the end, an application of this model to build an alert system is discussed. The present status of the project and its further developments conclude the paper.
Keywords decision support systems
distributed systems
software components
Language English
Date 1998-01-01
Published in Toward An Electronic Patient Record '98 Conference And Exposition, Proceedings - Vols 1-3. Newton: Medical Records Institute, p. B102-B114, 1998.
Publisher Medical Records Institute
Extent B102-B114
Access rights Closed access
Type Conference paper
Web of Science ID WOS:000079371400092

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