KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs

Shoshi A, Müller U, Shoshi A, Ogultarhan V, Hofestädt R (2017)
In: Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference. Hayn D, Schreier G (Eds); Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 236. 128-135.

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Hayn, Dieter ; Schreier, Günter
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Health Informatics Meets eHealth: Digital Insight – Information-Driven Health & Care
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Background: In Germany, adverse drug reactions and events cause hospitalizations, which lead to numerous thousands of deaths and several million Euros in additional health costs annually.

Objectives: Approximately one in two deaths could be avoided by an appropriate system for risk analysis of drugs.

Methods: The integration and storage of several data sources from life sciences are an ongoing need to address various questions with respect to drug therapy. A software architecture for data integration was implemented in order to build up a new data warehouse named KALIS-DWH, which includes pharmacological, biomolecular and patient-related data.

Results: Based on this comprehensive KALIS-DWH, an eHealth system named KALIS for biomedical risk analysis of drugs was implemented. The task-specific modules of KALIS offer efficient algorithms for analyzing medication and supporting decision-making in drug therapy.

Conclusion: KALIS is meant to be a web-based information system for health professionals and researchers. KALIS provides comprehensive knowledge and modules for risk analysis of drugs, which can contribute to minimizing prescribing errors.
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11th eHealth Conference
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Vienna
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2017-05-23 – 2017-05-24
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Shoshi A, Müller U, Shoshi A, Ogultarhan V, Hofestädt R. KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs. In: Hayn D, Schreier G, eds. Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Vol 236. 2017: 128-135.
Shoshi, A., Müller, U., Shoshi, A., Ogultarhan, V., & Hofestädt, R. (2017). KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs. In D. Hayn & G. Schreier (Eds.), Studies in Health Technology and Informatics: Vol. 236. Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference (pp. 128-135). doi:10.3233/978-1-61499-759-7-128
Shoshi, A., Müller, U., Shoshi, A., Ogultarhan, V., and Hofestädt, R. (2017). “KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs” in Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference, Hayn, D., and Schreier, G. eds. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol. 236, 128-135.
Shoshi, A., et al., 2017. KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs. In D. Hayn & G. Schreier, eds. Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. no.236 pp. 128-135.
A. Shoshi, et al., “KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs”, Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference, D. Hayn and G. Schreier, eds., Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol. 236, 2017, pp.128-135.
Shoshi, A., Müller, U., Shoshi, A., Ogultarhan, V., Hofestädt, R.: KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs. In: Hayn, D. and Schreier, G. (eds.) Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 236, p. 128-135. (2017).
Shoshi, Alban, Müller, Ulrich, Shoshi, Arben, Ogultarhan, Venus, and Hofestädt, Ralf. “KALIS – An eHealth system for biomedical risk analysis of drugs”. Proceedings of the 11th eHealth2017 Conference. Ed. Dieter Hayn and Günter Schreier. 2017.Vol. 236. Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. 128-135.
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