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CHIComputer-Human Interaction
CHIChile
CHIColorado Health Institute (Denver, CO)
CHIChildren's Health Initiative
CHICommunity Health Insurance
CHIChicago, Illinois, USA (Airport Code)
CHIChildren's Hope International
CHICentre for Health Informatics (UK)
CHICeramic Hair Iron
CHICambridge Healthtech Institute
CHIConsumer Health Information
CHIChimaltenango (Guatemala territorial division)
CHICongenital Heart Institute (various locations)
CHICommission for Health Improvement (UK government organization)
CHIClosed Head Injury
CHICalifornia Healthcare Institute
CHIConsolidated Health Informatics
CHICultural Homestay International
CHICriminal History Information (background check)
CHICache Interface
CHICompiled Help Interface
CHICentre Hospitalier Intercommunal (French: general hospital for several towns)
CHICenter for HIV Information
CHIComputer-Human Interface
CHIConcordia Historical Institute
CHICorinthia Hotels International (est. 1962)
CHIChildren's Hospice International (since 1983; Alexandria, Virginia)
CHIConsumer Health Informatics
CHICertified Home Inspector
CHIConsumer Health Interactive
CHICanada Health Infoway (Toronto, Ontario, Canada)
CHIChild Health Institute
CHIChristian History Institute
CHICreating Hope International (Michigan)
CHIComplementary Health Institute (California)
CHICopenhagen Interpretation (Bohr's attempt at Unifiying Quantum Theory)
CHICultural Health Initiative (American Heart Association)
CHICalamos Convertible and High Income
CHIComprehensive Home Inspections (various locations)
CHICarvill Hurricane Index (meteorology)
CHICongenital Hyperinsulinism
CHICoaxial Helicity Injection
CHICenter for Humanistic Inquiry
CHIChildren of High Intelligence
CHIChildren's House International
CHICosmetic and Household Ingredients
CHIComprehensive Holiday Insurance (Australia)
CHIChurch Handbook of Instructions (Mormon Church)
CHICoefficient of Human Inequality (UN Development Programme)
CHICreatinine Height Index
CHIComputational Hydraulics International
CHIColumbia Helicopters Inc (Aurora, OR)
CHIChildren in Hospital Ireland (charity; Dublin, Ireland)
CHICorridor Housing Initiative (Minnesota)
CHICenter for Human Identification (University of North Texas)
CHIConsortium for Health Information
CHICollaborative Human Interpreter
CHICertified Healthcare Instructor
CHICommunity Housing, Incorporated
CHIConstantijn Huygens Institut
CHIChamplin Oil and Refining Company
CHICall Handler Infrastructure
CHIClaim History Inquiry (insurance)
CHICoastal, Harbor, and Inland Waterways
CHICornwall Hemp Initiative
CHIChinese Language/Langue Chinois
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Another specialty (associated with HI) is Consumer Health Informatics (CHI).
Consumer Health Informatics : Informing Consumers and Improving Health Care.
What is consumer health informatics? The Ferguson Report.
Consumer health informatics: A consensus description and commentary from American Medical Informatics Association Members.
In addition, there was insufficient evidence to determine if consumer health informatics provided any economic or cost benefit.
Kim: "My expertise is in Consumer Health Informatics (CHI) and Patient Safety researches which are very up-and-coming areas in Korean Medical/Nursing Informatics.
Consumer health informatics is an increasingly important aspect of the computerization of health practice and communication, and it, too, requires ethical analysis and scrutiny.
Significantly, though, a thread that runs throughout all these efforts is that current research is inadequate for complete or comprehensive evaluations of consumer health informatics tools.
Consumer health informatics and patient decision-making: final report.
More than 150 papers cover health and clinical information systems; consumer health informatics; electronic health and telemedicine; mobile healthcare services; health data management and research infrastructure; knowledge representation and processing; information models, standards, and guidelines; clinical decision support; big data and advanced analytics; evidence-based health informatics, evaluation, and education; politics and strategies in digital healthcare; medical imaging and signal processing; bioinformatics; and epidemiology.
Readers seeking more in-depth coverage of professional and patient or consumer communication or health literacy may want to consider Consumer Health Informatics: Informing Consumers and Improving Health Care [3]--which includes chapters on NLM outreach efforts, patient-to-patient or patient-to-computer communication, and design of consumer health websites--or the American Medical Association's Understanding Health Literacy: Implications for Medicine and Public Health [4].
In "Consumer Health Informatics: Ethics, Evaluation And Standards," Dr.
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