ACM Transactions on

Computing for Healthcare (HEALTH)


ACM Transactions on Computing for Healthcare (HEALTH) is a multi-disciplinary journal for the publication of high-quality original research papers, survey papers, and challenge papers that have scientific and technological results pertaining to how computing is improving healthcare. This journal is multidisciplinary, intersecting CS, ECE, mechanical engineering, bio-medical engineering, behavioral and social science, psychology, and the health field, in general. All submissions must show evidence of their contributions to the computing field as informed by healthcare. We do not publish papers on large pilot studies, diseases, or other medical assessments/results that do not have novel computing research results. Datasets and other artifacts needed to support reproducibility of results are highly encouraged. Proposals for special issues are encouraged.


CFP: Special Issue on Wearable Technologies for Smart Health

This special issue focuses on novel computational research related to any aspect of the design or use of wearables in medicine and health, including wearable hardware design, AI and data analytics algorithms, human-device interaction, security/privacy, and novel applications. We particularly welcome the submissions describing paradigm-shifting methodologies that integrate wearable devices, data analytics algorithms, and novel feedback/intervention into closed-loop systems for medicine and health. 

For more information, visit the Special Issue webpage.


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