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- Job: PhD student in Computer and Systems Sciences with focus on Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing of Healthcare Data
- Visiting Researcher from Pontifical Catholic University of Rio Grande do Sul, Porto Alegre, Brazil
- Three research application in Health Informatics are funded!
- Norwegian Center for E-health Research, Tromsø, 22 Nov 2017
- Papers published and accepted for publication in International Journal of IT/Business Alignment and Governance, in a Springer book, International Journal of Innovation in the Digital Economy, ISD2017, CENTERIS 2017 and HICCS-51
Author Archives: MartinH
Today, March 10, members of the SamMET project held a conference “Utveckla vinnande e-tjänster” at Stockholm world trade center. The conference presentations included summaries of the research and case studies performed in the project. A part of the conference concerned … Continue reading
As a part of the EnRiMa FP7 project Naghmeh Aghaee and I, together with project partners from Great Britain and Austria, visited test-sites in Bilbao and Oviedo. The buildings at the test sites will be used for collecting data about … Continue reading
The EnRiMa project held its kick-off meeting in Brussel, 21-23 October.
The project will perform research and development to improve the energy efficiency of public buildings. The concrete contribution of the project will be to develop a decision-support system (DSS) for operators of energy-efficient buildings and spaces of public use. By providing integrated management of conflicting goals such as cost minimisation, meeting energy efficiency, and emission-reduction requirements as well as risk… Continue reading
The site shows some examples of how business models can be applied in health care. Each business model is described in terms of problems that they solve, existing examples of their use, and a short discussion of drawback and benefits with the model. Drawback and benefits of each model are described by linking to a set of values derived from existing quality frameworks.
– Take a look at http://dsv.su.se/vippa (site in swedish)
The site is developed as a part o… Continue reading
Together with Karolinska Institutet we have got a paper accepted for Medinfo’2010! In the paper we outline a framework that can aid in identifying problems in health care processes. The framework can be used for improving current care processes, as well as for the design of supporting e-health solutions. The paper contains a case study from the Vippa project.
Authors: Maria Hägglund, Martin Henkel, Jelena Zdravkovic, Paul Johannesson, Inger Rising, I
In collaboration with Previa and CD Consulting we submitted a Vinnova project proposal entitled “Model and dialog driven service innovation”.
The driver behind the proposal is that change and renewal in the company health care area requires effective tools for supporting the creation of new, innovative service offerings. The project purpose is to produce instruments in the form of business models, communities and service-based IT support to facilitate service innovation within an organization.… Continue reading
It’s done, the “book” is now written, published, and defended. It’ been quite a journey – starting in autumn 2002, working through two research projects, countless (well, almost) teacher assignments on courses, working on the competing home-project (two kids – 2004, 2006). A… Continue reading
A Report from the Business Process Management for Outsourcing Workshop (WBPMO´07)
Together with Petia I’m heading home after 4 busy days in Marrakech, Marocco. This trip started after an invitation from Prof. Karim Baina that kindly asked us to present KTH/SYSLAB ongoing research at the 1st BPMO workshop. Petia held a key-note speech on the workflow patterns initiative, while my presentation focused on my favourite topics: services, value models, process models and their combination. My p