Evy I. Karavatselou

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The original concept that led to the structuring of a computer-based medical decision support system (DSS) that is able to support a physician's diagnosis is introduced in this paper. The concept's implementation modeled a generic DSS, the core of which are an integrated knowledge/information base (KIB) along with the inference properties of a data(More)
A new telemedicine service, called the Hellenic Telecommunication Organization Telemedicine Service (OTE-TS), which addresses an open multidisciplinary group of medical care providers (users), is presented in this paper. OTE-TS is supported by the Hellenic Telecommunication Organization (OTE) and is the result of the close collaboration of engineers,(More)
In this paper a new model for telemedicine service providers denoted as TM-Provider is presented. The TM-Provider establishes two multilevel controllers for the fully administration of telemedicine sessions conduct. The communication between the controllers' levels is based on an advanced request-respond protocol that addresses the traffic of the messages(More)
Interoperability, in the electronic environment of healthcare enterprises, is required for the effective communication between the various Medical Information Systems (MISs). However, interoperability is a large and multidimensional issue. Its syntactic dimension is linked with the use of existing messaging standards. Their proprietary and specialized(More)
In a Distributed Diagnostic Center (DDC), patients’ examinations (exams) are performed in Remote Units (RUs) and the collected data (images, lab exams, etc) are sent to expertise Diagnostic Units (DUs) for evaluation. The DDC’s quality of service per exam is considered through several factors, such as patient’s waiting time, RU-DU communicating load,(More)
The analysis, the modeling and the implementation of an intermediate system for facing the syntactic interoperability problem within an e-health domain for telemedicine applications and related medical information systems is the target of this work. The proposed architecture provides a unique service for interoperability utilizing distributed functional(More)
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