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Information Technologies for Industry Healthcare

Aim & scope

The book series will offer a unique opportunity for sharing knowledge and insights from three main disciplines that will help to grasp opportunities and shape the future of the healthcare industry: economics, management and information technologies. Countries need to invest in research and innovation to offer solutions that are smart, scalable and sustainable to overcome main challenges in the healthcare industry and create well-being for citizens. With a special focus on emergent technologies in the field of health care industry, the book series will analyse how these new technologies can help to provide better services for consumers. The book series will publish theoretical contributions, empirical studies, case studies and policy recommendations on healthcare issues and industry from the economic, managerial and information technologies perspective. This triple perspective will be very useful to develop innovative solutions for healthcare challenges, with a global and regional vision

Audience

Researchers, scientists, and academics in the field of information technologies, frontier research (epidemiology, immunology, virology and other relevant scientific disciplines) and medicine as well as policymakers. Also Master and PhD students.

Series Editor

Patricia Ordoñez

PODP

Patricia Ordóñez de Pablos

Professor

Facultad de Economia y Empresa Universidad de Oviedo Avda del Cristo, s/n 33.071 Oviedo-Asturias Spain

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