About the Journal

Trends in Health Informatics is a peer-reviewed journal that explores and advances the field of health informatics, focusing on the effective application of information technology in healthcare. The journal serves as a platform for researchers, practitioners, and scholars to share innovative findings and insights into optimal practices, strategies, and outcomes in health informatics. It welcomes contributions from diverse disciplines and aims to bridge the gap between theoretical advancements and practical implementations. With a rigorous peer-review process, Trends in Health Informatics publishes high-quality research that drives progress in healthcare, improves patient outcomes, and optimizes the use of health information systems. It is a valuable resource for professionals seeking to stay informed about the latest developments and trends in this rapidly evolving field.



Seyyed Ahmad Edalatpanah
Ayandegan Institute of Higher Education, Iran | Website, Scopus, Google Scholar
Research interests: Mathematical Programming; Operational Research; Numerical Modeling; Strategic Analytics; Decision Support Systems; Uncertainty Theories; Soft Computing
Dragan Pamucar
University of Belgrade, Belgrade, Serbia | Scopus, Google Scholar
Research interests:  Multi-Criteria Decision-Making Problems; Computational Intelligence; Sustainability Neuro-Fuzzy Systems; Fuzzy; Rough and Intuitionistic Fuzzy Set Theory; Neutrosophic Theory

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