Biomedical and Health Informatics (BHI) is a new book series that reports the latest research and developments in the field of biomedical and health informatics where information and communication technologies (ICT) intersect with biology, medicine , life sciences, health and healthcare; comprising: acquisition, transmission, processing, storage and retrieval of biomedical and health information: Wearable and/or implantable systems; body sensor/area networks (BSN /BAN); BioMEMS, POCT, Biochips, Medical IC, Health chips, biomedical sensing, intenet of things (IoT) for health, healthcare and biomedicince; clody computing, mobile computing for health engineering; electronic health records (EHR), interoperability and connectivity; picture archive and communication systems (PACS); health information security and privacy, Cardiovascular Health Informatics and other ICT Applications in the practice of healthcare, early detection of diseases, early predication of diseases, early diagnosis of diseases, early treatment of diseases, patient monitoring, discovery of new therapies, public health, telemedicine, tele-healthcare, m-health, e-health, u-health, and p-Health (personalized, preventive, predictive, pervasive, participatory, preemptive, i.e. the paradigm of the 6-Ps Health), biologically Inspired Informatics: Virtual reality in biomedicine and surgery; bio-inspired robotics and biomimics; brain-computer interfacing and human–computer interfacing, biomedical Imaging Informatics: Real-time imaging, multimodal imaging; molecular imaging; Image and video data compression ; archive integrity and security; and visualization of bio-medical data and informatics in Biological Systems and Neuroinformatics: Bioinformatics; computational biology and systems biology; multi-scale biomodelling; bio-health data mining; biomarker detection; therapy and drug delivery; assistive technologies; neural systems and rehabilitation technologies.
BHI publishes authored conference proceedings, contributed volumes and authored monographs that present cutting-edge research information as well as new perspectives on classical fields, while maintaining Springer's high standards of excellence. Also considered for publication are lecture notes and other related material of exceptionally high quality and interest. The subject matter should be original and timely, reporting the latest research and developments in all areas of production engineering. The target audience of BHI consists of advanced level students, researchers, as well as industry professionals working at the forefront of their fields.
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