Mahtab Karami

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Business intelligence (BI) refers to technologies, tools, and practices for collecting, integrating, analyzing, and presenting large volumes of information to enable better decision making. The aim of this study is to provide a general overview of BI and its impacts on improving hospital performance. In this paper, literature is reviewed on the concept,(More)
Timely response to health events such as emerging diseases and outbreaks are a major public health priority. Outbreak detection methods and algorithms as the main tools for public health surveillance systems are under the umbrella of temporal and spatial methods (1). “There are three different approaches which might be used by syndromic surveillance systems(More)
Innovative organizations have access to information for business intelligence through the objectives displayed in dashboards. In healthcare organizations, where the goal is to improve quality of care along with reducing costs, the radiology department is important from both financial and clinical aspects. Therefore, how to manage this department has(More)
Clinical decision support systems (CDSS) can help clinicians make correct and timely decisions about patient care, reduce errors, comply with standard treatment and medication guidelines, reduce costs, and ultimately improve the quality of healthcare. An overview of various models is provided. This tool can apply to six areas of healthcare, all of which(More)
Clinical business intelligence tools such as clinical data warehouse enable health care organizations to objectively assess the disease management programs that affect the quality of patients' life and well-being in public. The purpose of these programs is to reduce disease occurrence, improve patient care, and decrease health care costs. Therefore,(More)
Hospital is a complex organization rich in intellectual capitals. Effective management of these assets in line with innovating value to reach strategic goals and objectives can lead to increasing organizational IQ. In hospital with high organizational IQ, Increasing syntropy in intellectual capitals can convert it to an agile, learner, innovative, and smart(More)
OBJECTIVES In this study, a knowledge audit was conducted based on organizational intelligence quotient (OIQ) principles of Iran's Ministry of Health and Medical Education (MOHME) to determine levers that can enhance OIQ in healthcare. METHODS The mixed method study was conducted within the MOHME. The study population consisted of 15 senior managers and(More)
OBJECTIVE The development and implementation of a dashboard of medical imaging department (MID) performance indicators. METHOD Several articles discussing performance measures of imaging departments were searched for this study. All the related measures were extracted. Then, a panel of imaging experts were asked to rate these measures with an open ended(More)
OBJECTIVE to examine the organizational factors affecting the application of information technology in hospitals. Since the organizational factors are one of the most important determinants of successful projects, by understanding their impact and identifying them it can help planning a systematic IT implementation. METHODS In this cross-sectional(More)