Methods of Information in Medicine

  in Journal   Posted on September 23, 2020

Journal Ranking & Metrics

G2R Score : 1.49
G2R H-Index : 5
JCR Impact Factor : 1.574
Scopus Citescore : 3.5
SCIMAGO SJR : 0.588
SCIMAGO H-index : 60
Guide2Research Overall Ranking : 611

Journal Information

ISSN : 0026-1270
Publisher :
Periodicity : Bimonthly
Editors-in-Chief : Sabine Koch
Journal & Submission Website : https://www.thieme-connect.com/products/ejournals/journal/10.1055/s-00035037

Top Scientists who published in this Journal

Number of top scientists* : 6
Documents published by top scientists* : 13
* Based on data published during the last three years.

Aims & Scope of the Journal

Methods of Information in Medicine publishes international,
peer-reviewed, original research articles, reviews, editorials, and
letters to the editor. Founded in 1962, it is the oldest and longest
running journal in its field. The focus of the journal is on methods in
health informatics, including public health and consumer informatics. We
welcome submissions describing novel scientific methods for
structuring, integrating, analysing, storing and visualising information
as well as methods for system design, implementation and evaluation.
The methods presented should address a clear clinical, public health or
patient need and may be rooted in a number of different fields such as
ontologies and knowledge modelling, natural language processing,
statistics, design science, machine learning and artificial
intelligence, multimodal data integration, standardisation,
implementation science, and evaluation. Possible application areas
include any areas of health informatics such as information systems and
services, clinical decision support, consumer health and patient
e-services, disease surveillance, and information systems
infrastructures in low resource settings. Submissions regarding
bioinformatics, image- and signal processing, medical decision-making
theory and pure epidemiologic studies will be excluded as there are
other, more suitable, venues for publication of these.

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