Daniel Carbone

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BACKGROUND Precision cancer medicine (PCM) will require ready access to genomic data within the clinical workflow and tools to assist clinical interpretation and enable decisions. Since most electronic health record (EHR) systems do not yet provide such functionality, we developed an EHR-agnostic, clinico-genomic mobile app to demonstrate several features(More)
D. Dell’Aquila, I. Lombardo, G. Verde, M. Vigilante, L. Acosta, C. Agodi, F. Cappuzzello, D. Carbone, M. Cavallaro, S. Cherubini, A. Cvetinovic, G. D’Agata, L. Francalanza, G. L. Guardo, M. Gulino, I. Indelicato, M. La Cognata, L. Lamia, A. Ordine, R. G. Pizzone, S. M. R. Puglia, G. G. Rapisarda, S. Romano, G. Santagati, R. Spartà, G. Spadaccini, C.(More)
INFN — Laboratori Nazionali del Sud, Catania, Italy Dipartimento di Fisica e Astronomia, Università degli studi di Catania, Italy INFN — Sezione di Catania, Italy Department of Physics, University of Oslo, Norway INFN — Laboratori Nazionali del Gran Sasso, Italy Nuclear and Radiation Physics Section Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Heverlee, Belgium(More)
This chapter introduces the reader to the diminishing health services in rural Australia and highlights eHealth as the potential ‘leveller’ for rural health settings. Initially, eHealth is defined in context and eHealth stakeholders and their current contribution to eHealth within the Australian health system are identified. Then it resumes by outlining the(More)
Giant resonances are collective excitation modes for many-body systems of fermions governed by a mean field, such as the atomic nuclei. The microscopic origin of such modes is the coherence among elementary particle-hole excitations, where a particle is promoted from an occupied state below the Fermi level (hole) to an empty one above the Fermi level(More)
The aim of this chapter is to bridge the gap between what is known about IS theory and the specifics characteristics of health to develop an evidence based health information systems theory. An initial background first sets the significance for the need to have a solid information systems theory in health and then argues that neither the information systems(More)
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