Journal of Medical Informatics and Decision Making

Journal of Medical Informatics and Decision Making

Journal of Medical Informatics and Decision Making

Open Access & Peer-Reviewed

Submit Manuscript

Aims and Scope


The Journal of Medical Informatics and Decision Making (JMID) is an open access, peer-reviewed journal publishing high-quality research focusing on the use of medical informatics and decision-making. This journal seeks to advance the knowledge, understanding and practice of the use of medical informatics systems to improve decision-making and support the delivery of better healthcare. JMID is committed to publishing high-quality, evidence-based and timely research related to medical informatics and decision making that provides a valuable contribution to the field.


JMID publishes original articles related to the design, enhancement, and assessment of health information advancements and decision-making within the healthcare setting, in the fields of biology, medicine, and medical informatics, including computer science, epidemiology, mathematics, health economics, public health, psychology, and health administration, decision making, computer science, and knowledge management in healthcare, artificial intelligence and machine learning, medical imaging, data mining and analysis, healthcare knowledge management, natural language processing, decision support systems and artificial intelligence. JMID is a medium for the exchange of information about recent technologies and the developments of researchers and academicians.


JMID is devoted to advancing the science and practice of medical informatics and its applications to the healthcare sector in order to promote the advances in medical care. JMID publishes research in areas, such as medical information systems, health informatics, healthcare decision-making, healthcare data science, healthcare analytics, artificial intelligence and decision support systems in healthcare. By disseminating research articles based on medical informatics and decision making, JMID wishes to contribute to the advancement of medical care, healthcare delivery, and broader health management. Moreover, JMID focuses on strengthening the communication and collaboration amongst all stakeholders in healthcare by creating a platform where researchers and practitioners can share ideas and experiences.


The list below details some of the fields that fall within the scope of the Journal of Medical Informatics and Decision Making, but it is not limited strictly to these. If you feel additions should be made, please drop an email to [email protected]

  • Tuberculosis
  • Sarcoidosis
  • Data Science
  • Machine learning
  • Information Technology
  • Data analytics
  • Natural Language Processing
  • Deep learning
  • Informatics
  • Information Systems
  • Standardization
  • Assistive technology
  • Health Information Management
  • Health information technology
  • Electronic health records
  • Clinical Informatics
  • Medical informatics
  • Systems integration
  • Electronic medical record systems
  • Restrictive lung diseases
  • Health data
  • Health Care Informatics
  • Hospital information systems
  • Advances in Health Care
  • Human Bioinformatics
  • Medical Informatics Applications
  • Neuro informatics
  • Behaviour Informatics
  • Document handling systems
  • Therapeutic advances in respiratory disease
  • Health data analytics
  • Medical artificial intelligence
  • Machine learning in healthcare
  • Natural language processing in healthcare
  • Big data in healthcare
  • Precision medicine informatics
  • Health informatics education
  • Health informatics research
  • Health information exchange
  • Health information privacy
  • Health information security
  • Patient data management
  • Patient engagement with health informatics
  • Telemedicine and telehealth
  • Wearable health devices
  • Health informatics standards
  • Health informatics policies
  • Health informatics governance
  • Health informatics implementation
  • Health informatics adoption
  • Health informatics evaluation
  • Health informatics strategy
  • Health informatics innovation
  • Health informatics trends
  • Health informatics challenges
  • Health informatics opportunities
  • Health informatics ethics
  • Health informatics and patient safety
  • Health informatics and healthcare quality
  • Health informatics and healthcare outcomes
  • Health informatics and healthcare costs
  • Health informatics and healthcare disparities
  • Health informatics and population health
  • Health informatics and public health
  • Health informatics and clinical research
  • Health informatics and biomedical research
  • Health informatics and translational research
  • Health informatics and personalized medicine
  • Health informatics and precision health
  • Health informatics and social determinants of health
  • Health informatics and health equity
  • Health informatics and global health
  • Health informatics and healthcare innovation
  • Health informatics and healthcare transformation


To foster communication and collaboration amongst all stakeholders in healthcare through healthcare informatics 

To promote the exchange of ideas, knowledge and experience in the field of medical informatics and decision making 

To provide a platform for researchers and practitioners to share novel ideas and discuss emerging trends 

To disseminate the latest advancements in medical informatics and decision making in medical research, healthcare delivery, and broader health management 

To help healthcare organizations realize their vision of personalized, patient-centric health care 

To stimulate the development of new medical informatics applications and its use in healthcare decision making


Journals By Subject

Life Sciences
Medical Sciences