The Applied Health Information Technology (AHIT) is a peer-reviewed research journal providing a forum for the dissemination of original and review studies as well as opinions related to the applications and benefits of health information technology within the healthcare industry.
Papers published in AHIT will be of interest to researchers, policymakers, practitioners, academics, suppliers, insurers, and governments in improving the delivery of healthcare services and health outcomes for patients and the community.
The scope of this journal covers the following aspects of knowledge in the realm of Information Technology:
Application of information technology in:Health system and the promotion of community health literacy
Health and medical education
Self-care and empowerment of patients
Diagnosis, treatment, drug management, and self-care
Application of mobile-based technologies in healthcare
Application of agent-based technologies in healthcare
Evaluation of the health information systems
Role of information technology in changing clinical processes
Application of telecommunication in healthcare (telemedicine)