The qinformation explosionq in recent decades has made it impossible for practicing physicians (even specialists) to keep up with all the information potentially at their disposal. As a result, it is not surprising that empirical studies have shown that physicians do not always make optimal decisions. Thus, medical expert systems are now available to support - not replace - physicians and healthcare providers in their goal of providing the best possible healthcare to every patient. Knowledge Engineering in Health Informatics is a guide to the creation of such systems. Presenting the core material for courses such as Medical Knowledge Engineering and Expert System Development, it allows non-experts to make diagnostic decisions with the precision and accuracy of medical experts thanks to the help of the computer.When the aEnter Logica window comes up, there is a default check (X) in the small box on the left side of the words aTrue if.a You are ... You need to click on the little check box to the left of the words aValue ifaquot; to make it look like a value frame.
|Title||:||Knowledge Engineering in Health Informatics|
|Author||:||Homer R. Warner, Dean K. Sorenson, Omar Bouhaddou|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-12-06|