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What does PHI stand for?

PHI stands for Public Health Informatics

This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:

  • Information technology (IT) and computers
  • Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
  • Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.

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Coverage encompasses bioinformatics, medical and nursing informatics, and public health informatics, with material on operational aspects, such as building databases and implementing electronic records, and discussion of the potential of evidence-based clinical decision-support systems in medicine and nursing.
Abstract The recent development of public health informatics as an interdisciplinary field, and the dissemination of this body of knowledge, have brought forth new opportunities for collaboration between the faculty of health sciences and academic library.
BioSense has a lot of potential to provide data in a more efficient manner as well as additional information we have not been able to attain previously," said Charles Hunt, State Epidemiologist and Director of the Bureau of Epidemiology and Public Health Informatics at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment.
The funding from PURE HIT will enable the development of four health information technology programs at UT including: * the summer Health Information Technology Certificate for recent graduates, * a Health Information Privacy and Security Certificate for computer science students, * a Public Health Informatics Certificate for public health students, and * a Health Information Technology Sub-Specialist Certificate for graduate students.
of Medicine and Pharmacy) present 169 peer-reviewed papers from the conference, organizing them into sections on bioinformatics and medical genomics; computerized patient records; decision support and clinical guidelines; educational technologies and methodologies; handheld and wireless computing; healthcare networks; imaging informatics; implementation and evaluation of clinical systems; terminologies, ontologies, standards, and knowledge engineering; natural language, text mining, and information retrieval; online health information and patient empowerment; organization change and information needs; and public health informatics and clinical trials.