Health Informatics

Our overall aim in health informatics is to research, design and prototype information systems that improve the quality and efficiency in healthcare. 

This includes a variety of clinical information systems that support communication and collaboration and target broader or more particular settings, such as electronic health records, decision-support applications, and patient management systems. Over the last decade, patients have come to play an important role in their own treatment and care, leading to increased interest in patient-centered e-health services such as telehomecare platforms, personal health records, and consumer-oriented mobile apps. The purpose of these services is to enable patients to engage in self-management and exchange experiences and advices to better cope with day-to-day personal health issues.

We focus on:

  • Exploring the potentials and preconditions for adequate e-health services meant for specific settings
  • Designing e-health services that assist aligning the concerns of patients and clinicians
  • Designing IT-support for medical reasoning

 

 

 

 

 

People

Name Title Phone E-mail
Andersen, Tariq Osman Assistant Professor - Tenure Track +4535335684 E-mail
Bansler, Jørgen P. Professor +4523811332 E-mail
Kensing, Finn Professor +4535321146 E-mail
Møller, Naja L. Holten Assistant Professor - Tenure Track +4527595792 E-mail
Wac, Katarzyna Professor   E-mail