ACI – Applied Clinical Informatics
ACI as an Official eJournal of EFMI, AMIA, and IMIA, publishes approximately 100 peer-reviewed articles per year. It aims to establish a platform that allows sharing of knowledge between clinical medicine and health IT specialists as well as bridging gaps between visionary design and successful and pragmatic deployment. The core editorial subject matters of ACI are: clinical information systems (including electronic medical records and systems, personal health records, physician/provider order entry, electronic prescribing, clinical decision support, nursing information systems, patient scheduling and tracking tools, lab information systems, radiology information systems, PACS, GP information systems), administrative and management systems, eHealth systems, mobile health and quantified self applications, information technology development, deployment, and evaluation, socio-technical aspects of information technology and health IT training, accreditation, and certification. More information can be found at: ACI – Applied Clinical Informatics and on the Journal’s website.
International Journal of Medical Informatics
Provides an international medium for dissemination of original results and interpretative reviews concerning the field of medical informatics. The Journal emphasizes the evaluation of systems in healthcare settings. The scope of journal covers:
- Information systems, including national or international registration systems, hospital information systems, departmental and/or physician’s office systems, document handling systems, electronic medical record systems, standardization, systems integration etc.;
- Computer-aided medical decision support systems using heuristic, algorithmic and/or statistical methods as exemplified in decision theory, protocol development, artificial intelligence, etc.
- Educational computer based programs pertaining to medical informatics or medicine in general;
- Organizational, economic, social, clinical impact, ethical and cost-benefit aspects of IT applications in health care.
More information can be found at: International Journal for Medical Informatics
Methods of Information in Medicine
Good medicine and good healthcare demand good information.
Since the journal’s founding in 1962, Methods of Information in Medicine has stressed the methodology and scientific fundamentals of organizing, representing and analyzing data, information and knowledge in biomedicine and health care. Covering publications in the fields of biomedical and health informatics, medical biometry, and epidemiology, the journal publishes original papers, reviews, reports, opinion p apers, editorials, and letters to the editor. From time to time, the journal publishes articles on particular focus themes as part of a journal‘s issue.
More information can be found at: Methods of Information in Medicine
Acta Informatica Medica
Acta Informatica Medica (Acta Inform Med) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal publishing original articles, professional articles, reviews, viewpoints, and case studies, covering issues in Medical and Health informatics.
The journal is the official organ of the Society for Medical Informatics of Bosnia and Herzegovina, European Federation for Medical Informatics (EFMI) and published by the Academy of Medical Sciences of Bosnia and Herzegovina. Issues are published quarterly in March, June, September, and December.
Specific scope of interests of the journal relates to System and System analysis, Medical documentation, Electronic health records, Clinical decision-making, Artificial intelligence, Expert systems, Science editing, E-learning in medicine, On-line biomedical databases, Information and Communication technologies, Health information systems.
More information can be found at: Acta Informatica Medica