This book presents some of the most recent research results on the applications of computational intelligence in healthcare. The contents include: Information model for management of clinical content; State-based model for management of type II diabetes; Case-based reasoning in medicine; Assessing the quality of care in artificial intelligence environment; Electronic medical record to examine physician decisions; Multi-agent systems for the management of community healthcare; Assistive wheelchair navigation; Modelling treatment processes using information extraction; Neonatal pain detection using face classification techniques; Medical education interfaces using virtual patients.
The book is directed to the computer scientists, medical practitioners, scientists, professors and students of health science, computer science and related disciplines.
discipline including healthcare, engineering, science, business and management. Computational intelligence paradigms have offered some advantages in automating and creating the human-like capability in healthcare sector. The primary goal of this book is to present some of the most recent research results of the applications of computational intelligence in healthcare. This book consists of ten chapters.