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International Journal of Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare (IJBDAH)

International Journal of Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare (IJBDAH)
Editor(s)-in-Chief: Mu-Yen Chen (National Taichung University of Science and Technology, Taiwan)
Published: Semi-Annually
Copyright: ©2016
DOI: 10.4018/IJBDAH
ISSN: 2379-738X
EISSN: 2379-7371

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Description

The International Journal of Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare (IJBDAH) publishes high-quality, scholarly research papers, position papers, and case studies covering: hardware platforms and architectures, development of software methods, techniques and tools, applications and governance and adoption strategies for the use of big data in healthcare and clinical research.The journal has a special focus on new research challenges for informatics arising from the development of longitudinal environmental risk data processing methods (the individual exposome or partial expotypes), including those obtained from personal sensors and devices, clinical records and population/geospatial data. Focusing on key issues, practical applications, and theoretical perspectives, this journal presents research essential to the needs of big data professionals, IT specialists, computer scientists, healthcare analysts, clinical practitioners, and administrators.

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Mission

The mission of the International Journal of Big Data and Analytics in Healthcare (IJBDAH) is to provide timely and innovative research on the ways in which big data is revolutionizing the medical and healthcare fields. This journal aims to encourage the further development of applications and practice relating to the management and analysis of large amounts of data in the healthcare sector as well as provide a framework for future research in the field.

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