Track 4: eHealth and eMedicine


eHealth is a recently introduced and generic term which describes the application of automation, engineering, information and communication technology to healthcare. The field is rapidly evolving and already provides new exciting improvements to the provision of healthcare, medicine, patient management and decision support forpractitioners. eHealth aims to provide future solutions to challenging problems in healthcare and its effective implementation through a predictive, preventive, personalised and participatory framework.


Topicsof particular interest include (but not limited to) the followings:

  • Ambulatory, Portable and Wearable Devices.
  • Artificial Intelligence in Medicine.
  • Bioinformatics.
  • Biomedical Engineering.
  • Clinical Decision Support Systems.
  • Computational Biology.
  • Computer-Aided Diagnosis.
  • Electronic Evidence based Care.
  • Grid and Distributed Computing.
  • Healthcare Informatics.
  • Information Systems in Biomedicine.
  • Internet-based and Remote Medical Communications
  • Medical Database and Network Systems.
  • Medical Imaging.
  • Medical Informatics.
  • Patient Administration Systems.
  • Signal Processing in Medicine.
  • Telemedicine.