Software Engineering in Medical Informatics: A Systematic Literature Review
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This study presents a systematic literature review to provide overall view of the application of Software Engineering (SE) in Medical Informatics (MI) field. Articles published from 2010 to 2019 from seven selected databases (Emerald, PubMed, IEEE, ACM, Taylor Francis, SAGE and Wiley) were investigated. The existing literature was analyzed, and the emerging areas of research in the medical informatics field have been identified. According to the findings of this study, medical informatics research has been applied in many fields but there is still potential of further research in different areas. Most of the reviewed studies were conducted on data mining, decision support, deep learning and IoT. Also, it can be said that most of the applications are provided as web-based instead of mobile applications. To conclude, the results of this study provides insights to the researchers about the research directions and the gaps in the literature in the MI and SE fields.