Vol 1, No 1 (2006): Inaugural Issue and Special Issue on Health Data Mining

This special issue on Health Data Mining is the inaugural issue of eJHI. It presents contributions from Australian health data mining researchers that illustrate a range of techniques, of applications, and of issues.

Guest edited by Jim Warren, John F Roddick, Geoff Webb, Graham Williams.

Table of Contents

Editorial

Editor's Introduction to this Journal: Advancing Health Informatics and the Use of Information, Knowledge and Communication Technologies in Health Care PDF
Evelyn JS Hovenga e0
Guest Editors' Introduction to Special Issue on Health Data Mining PDF
Jim Warren, John F Roddick, Geoff Webb, Graham Williams e1

Papers

Finding Anomalies in Medicare PDF
Robert A. Pearson, Wayne Murray, Thomas Mettenmeyer e2
Epidemiological data mining of cardiovascular Bayesian networks PDF
Charles R Twardy, Ann E Nicholson, Kevin B Korb, John McNeil e3
Frequency-based Rare Events Mining in Administrative Health Data PDF
Jie Chen, Huidong Jin, Hongxing He, Christine M O'Keefe, Ross Sparks, Graham Williams, Damien McAullay, Chris Kelman e4
Inferring 'Therapeutic States' of Patients from Community Electronic Prescribing Data PDF
Jim Warren, Jan Stanek, Svetla Gadzhanova, Ivan Iankov, Gary Misan e5
Towards Role Based Hypothesis Evaluation for Health Data Mining PDF
Anna Shillabeer, John F Roddick e6
Research within the Privacy Regulations: Problems and Solutions for Database Custodians PDF
Ea Mulligan, Wendy A Rogers, Annette Braunack-Mayer e7


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