Applied Medical Informatics (Appl Med Inform) publishes original papers, reviews, perspectives, editorials, reports, and bibliographies in the fields of medical informatics and application of ICT in healthcare as well as in the area of methodology for medical research and clinical studies, dealing with medical data processing; medical signal and image processing; statistics applied in healthcare and medicine; information systems in health care; processing and expert systems; simulation and modeling.
Being of utter importance for filtering high-quality research and for maintaining journal focus, peer review is systematically used for all papers sent to our journal.
All papers submitted to the journal are subjected to single blind (only reviewers are anonymous), unbiased, independent critical evaluation. The review process is as follows:
Four issues per year (March, June, September, December).
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global knowledge exchange.
Copyright and Licensing
The authors retain the copyright of all articles published in Applied Medical Informatics.
Articles, excepting exceptional circumstances, are licensed under an open access Creative Commons CC BY 4.0 license. CC BY allows users to copy, to create extracts, abstracts and new works from the Article, to alter and revise the Article, and to make commercial use of the Article (including reuse and/or resale of the Article by commercial entities), provided the user gives appropriate credit (with a link to the formal publication through the relevant DOI), provides a link to the license, indicates if changes were made and the licensor is not represented as endorsing the use made of the work.
Exceptional circumstances allow licensing an article published in Applied Medical Informatics differently. Any specific condition, such as one linked to funding that does not allow the CC BY license, must be mentioned to the Applied Medical Informatics editorial office at submission and will be granted at the publisher's discretion.
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Faculty of Medicine, "Iuliu Hațieganu" University of Medicine and Pharmacy Cluj-Napoca, Romania