This journal presents research on the application of computer science principles, information science principles, information technology, and communication technology to healthcare and everyday wellness, highlighting novel technical contributions in computing-oriented healthcare informatics.

The journal explores three major tracks: Analytics, focusing on data analytics, knowledge discovery, and predictive modeling; Systems, and factors such as architecture, framework, design, engineering, and building health informatics systems; and Human factors, understanding users, interface design, and user studies of health informatics applications.

The range of extends to healthcare software architecture, framework, design, and engineering; electronic health records; medical data mining; mobile healthcare; medical signal processing; human factors in healthcare; usability studies in healthcare; collaboration technologies for healthcare; health systems modeling and simulation; and much more.

  • Presents novel contributions in computing-oriented healthcare informatics
  • Explores the broad categories of Analytics, Systems and Human Factors
  • Covers healthcare software architecture, design, and engineering; electronic health records; medical data mining; and much more
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  • Christopher C. Yang
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2509-498X
Print ISSN
2509-4971
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