فهرست مطالب

  • Volume:2 Issue: 3, 2013
  • تاریخ انتشار: 1392/06/26
  • تعداد عناوین: 5
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  • Seyed Mojtaba Mir Hosseini, Dina Ziadlou, Nasim Nasiri, Amin Sayerinia Page 1
    By incidence of modern technologies in different areas such as medicine which has been recognized as Telemedicine. This technology can play important role in increases quality level of medical services and health treatments. For successful increase of implementation and development of this technology in Iran needs to provide cultural, legal, political, social and technological atmosphere. Therefore assessing awareness volume of people and their attitude toward telemedicine can be an important factor in accepting this technology which indicated in this research. This research was done in 2011 with sectional and descriptive study on 276 persons from employees of 30 centers which provide health and treatment services at Kerman University of Medical Sciences and Staff of Kerman University of Medical Sciences with random and questionnaire method including 3 sections, demographic specifications, awareness level assessment and attitude. Awareness on telemedicine, patients consultations, promoting educational services, nursing services and treatment from patient and studying attitude volume of questioned people on cultural impact of technology, decision making and medical diagnosis, fair distribution of health services providing in deprived areas, reducing financial costs of patients, preventing from unnecessary travels, reducing medical errors, improving and increasing quality of services based one extracted replies from completed questioners with SPSS software aid.
  • Elahe Gozali, Mostafa Langarizadeh, Farahnaz Sadoughi Page 8
    Introduction
    Development of information and communication technology led to enormous changes in different areas. In the health sector, the use of efficient information technology and information systems to achieve the goals of efficiency, effectiveness, service quality and patient satisfaction is an undeniable necessity. One of these technologies is electronic medical records system. This study aimed to investigate and compare the educational hospitals of Uemia University of Medical Sciences in case of organizational and to establish electronic medical records.
    Methods
    The study is a descriptive cross-sectional study that periodically was conducted in 2012. The study population consisted of 98 senior and central managers of hospitals. In this study population census was used and all of the population were considered as the sample. A questionnaire contains two sections was used for data collection. The first section was to determine level of awareness and the second section was to check the requirements related to organizational standards required for implementation of electronic medical records. Validity and reliability were assessed and the data was analyzed by SPSS statistical software.
    Results
    Of the five hospitals in the study, samples awareness in hospitals was assessed as moderate. In terms of organizational requirements, there was no significant difference between the mean of Electronic Medical Records between hospitals studied.
    Conclusion
    Out of 5 hospitals, in terms of organizational standard requirement of EMR, the hospital «F», «A» and «C» is more prepared than hospitals «B» and «D» for the implementation of electronic medical records. However, the implementation of electronic medical records, increases health care quality, patient safety and patient care and also decreases health costs. So it is suggested that hospitals do necessary efforts to establish electronic medical records.
    Keywords: electronic medical records, educational health hospitals, health services
  • Masoud Shariat Panahi, Navid Moshtaghi Yazdani, Arezoo Yazdani Seqerlou Page 13
    An improved extended classification system (XCS) is proposed in this paper to initially diagnose diseases. Extended classification systems are known as one of the most successful learning agents in the field of artificial intelligence. They are comprised of a set of simple rules with “condition-action” format, which predict a special reaction (disease in this case) according to information acquired from the environment. This set of rules is completed during time in an interaction with data from the real world, with their prediction accuracy being improved gradually. This evolution is often done using patterns that are inspired from the nature, like genetic algorithm. The method suggested here is based on dual application of real (and usually limited) data within a supervised learning process of the set of rules. Having provided the training data to the system and having updated specifications of its rules, these data are transformed into new data using crossover operator which give new information about the environment and the existing patterns in it. This techniques needs shorter process time, so it will increase convergence rate of the training process for the system under study.
  • Khadiheh Farhadianfard, Abdollah Ebrahimi, Babak Shirazi Page 16
    ERP systems implementations are complex, time consuming and expensive projects. Furthermore there are no guarantee for success of ERP systems in organizations. Fail of these systems may have serious and irreparable harm to organizations. Therefore identification of ERP critical Success factors are very important. On the other hand, increasing restriction economy and increase opportunities for the ICT led to new structures such as virtual organizations or network structures. These kinds of structures are growing in today’s business climate. Therefore identification of ERP critical success factors at these organizations are considered essential. In this paper introduces and reviews the ERP critical success factor in network organizations.
  • Asieh Darvish Page 21
    Internet through the facilitation of information dissemination has high effect on disease prevention and health promotion. Cancer is the third leading cause of death in the world. The total number of cancer cases is rising. Therefore, strengthen prevention in cancer care facilities to reduce health damages and costs have become a priority. Several studies have shown that Internet can be effective in preventing cancer. According to statistics, users of the Internet have been growing and due to the importance of information on cancer prevention, the development of the Internet based programs in this regard appear to be necessary. This is a review of the Pubmed database and Google search engine with the keywords cancer, prevention, internet, collected related studies of the last 10 years. It discusses the importance of the Internet information on cancer prevention, the importance of easy access, Iran experience in this subject, the present potential and challenges. Results showed that the most effect of online resource in the prevention of cancer is lifestyle change. Further research is recommended to develop programs to overcome challenges and use of opportunities.
    Keywords: Primary prevention, cancer care facilities, information dissemination, internet