All articles by Kopanitsa. G. D.
2016 № 2 Development of a telemedicine expert system for generation of doctors letters based on laboratory tests
The paper presents the results of the development and implementation of an expert system that automatically generates doctors’ letters based on the results of laboratory tests. Medical knowledge is expressed using a first order predicate based language. The system was implemented and evaluated in the Helix laboratory service.
2016 № 2 The research of modern portable medical devices
Portable medical devices are one of the most relevant and fast-moving directions of the modern medicine. These devices can be applied to solve different clinical problems. In this research, we analyzed the sources where the development portable medical devices is described. Portable medical devices were classified.
2016 № 1 Hospital and laboratory information systems integration – a case study.
Structured data exchange between laboratory services and clinics increases the efficiency of the laboratory testing. The paper presents a case study of three common integration projects that develop hospital information and laboratory information systems (HIS and LIS) data exchange solutions. We compare different variants of projects’ implementation and provide recommendations on what methods are the most efficient
2017 № 2 Patient adherence level evaluation system.
The present paper deals with intellectual systems for patient’s level adherence determination and evaluation. The most popular novadays techniques for adherence evaluation is interview. We advise new automation approach – the system which compares direct pation data with treatment plan using fuzzy logic and standard ISO 13606. For this research data entered by users. Next step is sensor device including for thr purposes of patinet’s adherence determination. The results can be useful for healthcare providers with lind-term patients.
2015 № 1 Separating medical and billing data in hospital information systems.
Lack of a proper infrastructure of health care providers leads to the breaks in the health care process Informatization. This results in the manifestation of different data entry point. The different data sets that are entered in these different point tend to serve the same task. However, due to the different qualification of staff a consistency of data cannot be preserved. The paper presents an approach where data is split to the different levels.