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Medical Informatics in Enlarged Europe

Proceedings of the European Federation for Medical Informatics

Special Topic Conference 2007

May 30 – June 1, 2007

Brijuni, Croatia

Edited by:

John S. Bryden

Freelance Health Informatics and Public Health Expert

Glasgow, Scotland, UK

Simon de Lusignan

Course Director Biomedical Informatics

Head of General Practice and Primary Care

St. George's – University of London

London, UK

Bernd Blobel

Head of the eHealth Competence Center

University of Regensburg Medical Center

Regensburg, Germany

Mladen Petrovečki

Head of the Department of Medical Informatics

Rijeka University School of Medicine

Rijeka, Croatia

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Contents

STC 2007 EFMI Special Topic Conference

Keynote Lectures

Role of Globalisation, Progress and Challenges of Health Informatics in a Small European Country 5

Francis ROGER FRANCE

Trends in Bio-Medical Informatics Research – A European Perspective 12

Octavian PURCAREA, George I MIHALAS

Primary Care Informatics

UK and Croatia: Family Practice, its Medical Records and Computerisation in

the Context of an Enlarged Europe 19

Simon de LUSIGNAN, Milica KATIĆ

Additional Online Benchmarking did not Further Improve Process Quality and Intermediate Outcomes Beyond Paper Based Benchmarking in a Voluntary Diabetes Quality Management Initiative 25

Ivo RAKOVAC, Peter BECK, Thomas TRUSKALLER, Bruno CADONNA, Armin HARRASSER, Zlatko TRAJANOSKI, Thomas R. PIEBER

Informational Systems and Electronic Health Record in Primary Health Care 31

Milica KATIĆ , Dragan SOLDO, Zlata OZVAČIĆ, Sanja BLAŽEKOVIĆ-MILAKOVIĆ, Mladenka VRCIĆ-KEGLEVIĆ, Biserka BERGMAN-MARKOVIĆ, Hrvoje TILJAK, Đurđica LAZIĆ, Venija CEROVEČKI NEKIĆ, Goranka PETRIČEK

Computerisation of General Practice in the Republic of Croatia: the Experience Gained in General Practice Use 37

Biserka BERGMAN-MARKOVIĆ, Milica KATIĆ, Josipa KERN

Observing and Modelling the Core Computer-based Activities in the General Practice Consultation 43

Pushpa KUMARAPELI, Richard DODDS, Simon de LUSIGNAN

Algorithm for the Control of Hypertension at Community Level 50

Aida PILAV

Improving Primary Care by Using Computerized Clinical Decision Support Systems: Project RIGHT 56

Matic MEGLIČ, Rade ILJAŽ, Andrej MARUŠIČ

National Healthcare Information System in Croatian Primary Care – the Foundation for the Patient Care Quality and Efficiency Improvement 62

Darko GVOZDANOVIĆ, Miroslav KONČAR, Vinko KOJUNDŽIĆ ,

Hrvoje JEZIDŽIĆ

A Technical Students View Regarding the Development of Health Informatics Projects and Multidisciplinary Cooperation 68

Octavia MORANCEA, Anca PURDEL, Milan DJAN, Laza SARBIN

Model of Database for Assessment of Major Risk Factors and Massive Non-Communicable Diseases in Canton Sarajevo 70

Izet MAŠIĆ , Haris PANDŽA

Primary Healthcare Information System – Development and Deployment Issues 80

Ranko STEVANOVIĆ, Vinko KOJUNDŽIĆ, Galibedin GALIJAŠEVIĆ

Extension for a Chronic Care Model: Implementation in a GP Network usingXML and DOM 87

Vasile STOICU-TIVADAR, L ă crimioara STOICU-TIVADAR

Security, Safety and Ethics

Paradigm Change towards Personal Health 97

Bernd BLOBEL, Peter PHAROW

The Challenge of Identification Management and Entity Tracking in eHealth 103

Christian LOVIS

Privacy and Ethics Requirements with Electronic Healthcare Record Systems Implementations 108

Miroslav KONČAR, Ljerka LUIĆ

Common Approach to Healthcare Information Security Management in Slovenia Using ISO 27799 114

Drago RUDEL, Mitja KOZAR, Stanko PUŠNIK

Internet-Systems of Medical and Pharmaceutical Information in Ukraine 120

Artur A. LENDYAK

Legal Requirements and Technical Solutions for Trustworthy Pan-European eHealth Services 126

Peter PHAROW, Bernd BLOBEL

Challenge for EHR Solutions in Bosnia and Herzegovina to Meeting the Advanced EU Requirements for Security and Privacy 133

Izet MAŠIĆ, Haris PANDŽA

Electronic Health Record

Advanced Architectures for Trustworthy and Semantically Interoperable Electronic Health Records 145

Bernd BLOBEL

Intention-Based Decision Support System 156

Agnieszka LATOSZEK-BERENDSEN, Jan TALMON, Paul de CLERCQ, Arie HASMAN

Disease Outbreak Surveillance Through the Internet – the MedISys Project 162

Flavio FUART, David HORBY, Clive BEST

Label Validation and User Notification Based on Semantic Web Technologies: a Quality Step Further on the Internet 168

Miquel A. MAYER, Angela LEIS, Pau RUIZ

Regional EHR Systems and eArchives in Finland 174

Pekka RUOTSALAINEN

Cards and Tokens for Accessing Personal Health Records in an Enlarged Europe 180

Peter PHAROW, Bernd BLOBEL

OLAP for Medical and Business Data Analysis in Healthcare 187

Nataša PLANINC, Uroš KRALJ, Borut ŠKRABA

Other Topics

Diabetes Care Contracting: A Boost for Change and the Introduction of the HER 195

Jacob HOFDIJK, Cilie ALBERDA, Eric KOSTER, Linda MOOK NICTIZ

Usability of Web Sites: Necessary Condition for Effective Patient Information 204

M. Cristina MAZZOLENI, Raffaella BUTERA, Vittoria BALCET, Enrico MASENGA, Franco CORBELLA

A SIP-based Nursing Systems 211

Vladimir ERGOVIĆ, Stanko TONKOVIĆ