By Bernd Blobel
This publication is an creation into technique and perform of research, layout and implementation of allotted healthiness info structures. detailed recognition is devoted to safety and interoperability of such platforms in addition to to complicated digital wellbeing and fitness checklist techniques. within the ebook, either on hand architectures and implementations but additionally present and destiny recommendations are thought of. hence, the part paradigm, UML, XML, eHealth are mentioned in a concise approach. Many functional ideas detailed and applied first within the author's surroundings are provided in larger element. The booklet addresses info scientists, directors, health and wellbeing execs, managers and different clients of future health details structures.
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