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The popularity of web services within the IT industry continuous to grow. Accessing web services from a small device is very com-mon these days. There are number of challenges to access a web services on mobile device due to its limited resources and the lack of bandwidth in its communication network. In Mobile devices, Synchronous web services are not(More)
The proposed mechanism for jamming attack detection for wireless sensor networks is novel in three respects: firstly, it upgrades the jammer to include versatile military jammers; secondly, it graduates from the existing node-centric detection system to the network-centric system making it robust and economical at the nodes, and thirdly, it tackles the(More)
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE We postulate that professional proximity due to common patients and geographical proximity among practice locations are significant factors influencing the adoption of health information exchange (HIE) services by healthcare providers. The objective of this study is to investigate the direct and indirect network effects of these(More)
Detecting diseases at early stage can help to overcome and treat them accurately. Identifying the appropriate treatment depends on the method that is used in diagnosing the diseases. Rule Based technique of Artificial Intelligence (AI) is appropriate methodology for medical diagnosis. This paper presents an architecture of Multi Media based Medical Decision(More)
There has been a steady increase in the amount of information published on the internet in the past ten years. In the healthcare domain, patients are increasingly exchanging medical information on online social networks and engaging in self care as a result. This trend has concerned many researchers who have studied and confirmed the existence of(More)
Objective: The objective of this project was to test, in a residency training context, a novel methodology based on failure modes and effects analysis (FMEA) to improve postoperative pain management in older adults. The methodology forms adaptive self-empowered learning teams that prioritize and address the threats to quality they face in their own unique(More)
Care management aims to provide cost-effective, coordinated, non-duplicative care to improve care quality, population health, and reduce costs. The 17 communities receiving funding from the Office of the National Coordinator for Health Information Technology through the Beacon Community Cooperative Agreement Program are leaders in building and strengthening(More)
BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION Disease registries, as part of electronic health records (EHRs), have shown promise in improving care and outcomes. However, little is known about how best to implement them across communities, especially in communities that are not highly integrated. The Western New York (WNY) primary care community consists largely of(More)