JICHI : Journal of Intelligent Computing & Health Informatics is a scientific review journal publishing. The JICHI journal focus is on exchanging information relating to intelligent computing and health informatics applied in industry, hospitals, government, and universities. All articles should include a validation of the idea presented, e.g. through case studies, experiments, or systematic comparisons with other approaches already in practice. Two types of papers are accepted: (1) A short paper that discusses a single contribution to a specific new trend or a new idea, and; (2) A long paper that provides a survey of a specific research trend using a systematic literature review (SLR) method, as well as a traditional review method.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

  1. Intelligent Computing 
    Include : Machine Learning; Reinforcement Learning; Computer Vision; Image Processing; Scheduling and Optimization; Bio-inspired Algorithms; Business Intelligence; Chaos theory and intelligent control systems; Robotic Intelligent; Multimedia & Application; Web and mobile Intelligence and Big Data, etc.) 
  2. Health Informatics 
    Include : Electronic health record; E-Health Information; Medical Image Processing & Techniques; Data Mining in Healthcare; Bioinformatics & Biostatistics; Mobile applications for patient care; Medical Image Processing & Techniques; Hospital information systems; Document handling systems; Electronic medical record systems; standardization, and systems integration; ICT in health promotion programmes e-health Guidelines and protocols; E-learning & education in healthcare; Telemedicine Software- Portals-Devices & Telehealth; Public health & consumer informatics; Data Mining & Knowledge Discovery in Medicine; ICT for Patient empowerment; ICT for Patient safety; Medical Databanks-Databases & Knowledge Bases; Healthcare Quality assurance; Nursing Informatics; Evaluation & Technology Assessment; Home-based eHealth; Health Management Issues; Health Research; Health Economics Issues; Statistical Method for Computer Medical Decision Support Systems; Medical Informatics or medicine in general; Organizational, economic, social, clinical impact, ethical and cost-benefit aspects of IT applications in health care.