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Anatomy of Successful Business Models for Complex Services: Insights from the Telemedicine Field

Christoph Peters, Ivo Blohm, Jan Marco Leimeister
2015 Journal of Management Information Systems  
, (2) the identification of white spots for future business opportunities, (3) and the identification of patterns for successful business models.  ...  In such an environment, it is particularly difficult to generate successful and sustainable business models, which are necessary for the widespread provision of telemedicine services.  ...  In this section, we outline related work for complex services, the field of telemedicine, and business models.  ... 
doi:10.1080/07421222.2015.1095034 fatcat:3gdmt6yse5fljdhfbk4aqz5mxe

Telemedicine in Pediatric Cardiology: A Scientific Statement From the American Heart Association

Gary M. Satou, Karen Rheuban, Dale Alverson, Mark Lewin, Christopher Mahnke, James Marcin, Gerard R. Martin, Lisa Schmitz Mazur, David J. Sahn, Sanket Shah, Reed Tuckson, Catherine L. Webb (+1 others)
2017 Circulation  
The term telecardiology is defined as the broad application of telemedicine in the field of cardiology specifically, and tele-echocardiography is the most common application used within this field.  ...  The field of pediatric cardiology is no exception given the need for prompt diagnosis and reliance on cardiac imaging to identify infants and children with potentially life-threatening cardiovascular disease  ...  precluding an alternative payment model or a qualifying APM participant from furnishing a telemedicine service for which payment is not made under section 1834(m) of the Social Security Act."  ... 
doi:10.1161/cir.0000000000000478 pmid:28193604 fatcat:va2znz2kuzeznbqpmckhoon7ry

Assessment and Comparison of Functionalities of Telemedical Applications

Malgorzata Plechawska-Wójcik, Joanna Rybka
2014 International Journal of Computer Applications  
We also identified some unexplored potential of medical applications in the field of disease prevention.  ...  In order to improve quality and usability of upcoming tools, evaluation of existing solutions may provide valuable insight for further developments.  ...  Koch ""e-healh is an emerging field in the intersection of medical informatics, public health and business, referring to health services and information delivered or enhanced through the Internet and  ... 
doi:10.5120/18724-9957 fatcat:pzj7myp2ajarvngacxjwahewx4

Exploring the Development Requirements for Virtual Reality Gait Analysis

Mohammed Soheeb Khan, Vassilis Charissis, Sophia Sakellariou
2019 Multimodal Technologies and Interaction  
Telemedicine offers an alternative means of monitoring, negating the need for patient physical presence.  ...  This paper investigates the requirements for the design of such a system and discusses preliminary comparative data of its performance evaluation against a high-fidelity gait analysis clinical application  ...  All the patients had used some sort of telemedicine-based service in the past; none of the services was used for their pathology related to gait-related injury or locomotion.  ... 
doi:10.3390/mti3020024 fatcat:saqjp7ehgvfuve72ky3nwg2axi

Understanding the Drivers of Ghanaian Citizens' Adoption Intentions of Mobile Health Services

Isaac Kofi Mensah
2022 Frontiers in Public Health  
The Technology Acceptance Model (TAM) was used as the research underpinning for this study, while the data gathered were analyzed with SmartPLS through the use of the structural equation modeling technique  ...  This study examined the factors influencing citizens' adoption of mobile health services.  ...  M-health applications can be considered as the driving force for the success of the mobile health concept.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpubh.2022.906106 fatcat:ww4dz2dksfa4xaj4lsgvascrzu

Industry 4.0 and Digitalisation in Healthcare

Vladimir V. Popov, Elena V. Kudryavtseva, Nirmal Kumar Katiyar, Andrei Shishkin, Stepan I. Stepanov, Saurav Goel
2022 Materials  
As a fruitful outcome of this review, we surveyed modern trends in this arena of research and summarised the intricacies of new features to guide and prepare the sector for an Industry 5.0-ready healthcare  ...  Industry 4.0 in healthcare involves use of a wide range of modern technologies including digitisation, artificial intelligence, user response data (ergonomics), human psychology, the Internet of Things  ...  Wherever applicable, the work made use of Isambard Bristol, UK supercomputing service accessed by a Resource Allocation Panel (RAP) grant as well as ARCHER2 resources (Project e648).  ... 
doi:10.3390/ma15062140 pmid:35329592 pmcid:PMC8953130 fatcat:jqj6azjt4vdpjegwalfx7o626m

Promoting Business and Entrepreneurial Awareness in Health Care Professionals: Lessons From Venture Capital Panels at Medicine 2.0 Conferences

Talya Miron-Shatz, Itamar Shatz, Stefan Becker, Jigar Patel, Gunther Eysenbach
2014 Journal of Medical Internet Research  
There are few mechanisms that bring the academic and business worlds together in a way that would maximize the success of health technology (health tech) start-ups by increasing researchers' knowledge  ...  The academic and business literature validates many of these recommendations suggesting that VC panels may be a viable and cost-effective introduction to business and entrepreneurial education for physicians  ...  We acknowledge support by Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft for the publication costs.  ... 
doi:10.2196/jmir.3390 pmid:25100579 pmcid:PMC4129187 fatcat:4joirok5xzgf7nzrl5ztlvw4c4

The future of laboratory medicine — A 2014 perspective

Larry J. Kricka, Tracey G. Polsky, Jason Y. Park, Paolo Fortina
2015 Clinica Chimica Acta  
It provides a commentary on the accuracy of the predictions and offers opinions on emerging technologies, economic factors and social developments that may play a role in shaping the future of laboratory  ...  This review surveys the many predictions, beginning in 1887, about the future of laboratory medicine and its sub-specialties such as clinical chemistry and molecular pathology.  ...  Acknowledgments We thank the Executive Board of the International Federation of Clinical Chemistry and Laboratory Medicine (IFCC) for their encouragement in the preparation of this review in the context  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cca.2014.09.005 pmid:25219903 fatcat:ma2hd7o27ffktczkxelmdh2v5q

REHCE MSc Health Informatics curriculum review [article]

Frank Verbeke, Marc Nyssen, Graham Wright
MSc Health Informatics curriculium review for the Regional e-Health Center of Excellence at the University of Rwanda  ...  Research Committee of Malawi for permission to publish the paper.  ...  Acknowledgment: The American College of Physicians and the Feder- Acknowledgments We thank the Government of the Republic of Malawi for their interest in this Project and the National Health Sciences  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.13274810.v1 fatcat:ldtbzbdfrvdezdgfwm5yb2zv7y

The history of pathology informatics: A global perspective

Seung Park, AnilV Parwani, RaymondD Aller, Lech Banach, MichaelJ Becich, Stephan Borkenfeld, AlexisB Carter, BruceA Friedman, MarcialGarcia Rojo, Andrew Georgiou, Gian Kayser, Klaus Kayser (+6 others)
2013 Journal of Pathology Informatics  
Major drivers in the field included the need for pathologists to comply with national standards for health information technology and telepathology applications to meet the scarcity of pathology services  ...  In this monograph, for the first time in the history of our discipline, we collectively perform a global review of the field of pathology informatics.  ...  Uzuki for help in researching and editing the Asia section of this monograph. Marcial Garcia Rojo gratefully acknowledges Dr.  ... 
doi:10.4103/2153-3539.112689 pmid:23869286 pmcid:PMC3714902 fatcat:ppr3pdk42neprathb2wathiwbe

Executive Decision-Making: Piloting Project ECHO® to Integrate Care in Queensland

Perrin Moss, Nicole Hartley, Jenny Ziviani, Dana Newcomb, Trevor Russell
2020 International Journal of Integrated Care  
A Queensland project team secured grant funding to pilot Project ECHO®, a telementoring model, to drive vertical and horizontal integration across paediatric, education and primary care services.  ...  Intrapreneurial aims of financial sustainability, ongoing improvement and scalability of the proposal positively influenced investment confidence.  ...  A secondary desktop analysis of supporting project documentation and observational field notes from the interviews was also completed to triangulate the insights gleaned from the in-depth interviews with  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.5512 pmid:33335464 pmcid:PMC7716780 fatcat:hhjhydvbq5alnbfhsmwhzw7xo4

Digital Feast and Physical Famine: The Altered Ecosystem of Anatomy Education due to the Covid-19 Pandemic

Yvonne M Baptiste
2021 Anatomical Sciences Education  
This article explores the effects of the coronavirus disease 2019 (Covid-19) pandemic on the evolution of both physical and digital cadavers within the unique ecosystem of the anatomy laboratory.  ...  The evolving role of the digital cadaver is considered in terms of increasing accessibility and inclusivity within the anatomy laboratory ecosystem of the future.  ...  Graduates from academic programs such as medicine, nursing, and allied health fields will help to fulfill the general population's growing need for healthcare.  ... 
doi:10.1002/ase.2098 pmid:33961346 fatcat:gcrbn64c65envoobxkyazj4tj4

Efforts to establish indigenous technology for healthcare in a low resource country – Bangladesh experience

K Siddique e Rabbani
2021 Bangladesh Journal of Medical Physics  
Good meaning medical equipment donation programmes from the high income countries (HIC) have made very little impact, most devices failing to give the desired service and increasing e-waste.  ...  devices, and they should also take the responsibility for commercial manufacture and distribution of the developed products.  ...  the field of solar energy.  ... 
doi:10.3329/bjmp.v14i1.57315 fatcat:n5xb5grwlzew5levkqjhhl7b3a

How to Add Value to your Business with CEA: A Practical Approach

Daniel Cardenas
2010 Technology Innovation Management Review  
Companies are always trying to differentiate themselves from the rest of the pack by applying different strategies such as improving customer service, increasing the efficiency of their operations, or  ...  A small company can effectively and simultaneously accomplish these goals for a fraction of the cost by implementing communications-enabled business processes or solutions, which are a set of technology  ...  The business model for further API capability became more difficult for several reasons: 1.  ... 
doaj:3917bbd5f64f4eb08fdaa976cdd2739d fatcat:6bx3zuyfbrfghixffef7ps5vbi

Smart Device-Driven Corticolimbic Plasticity in Cognitive–Emotional Restructuring of Space-Related Neuropsychiatric Disease and Injury

Kevin B. Clark
2022 Life  
Future work in this area should emphasize the ethical role of telemedicine and/or digital clinicians to advance the (semi)autonomous, technology-assisted medical prophylaxis, diagnosis, treatment, monitoring  ...  The application of cutting-edge precision medicine, such as brain stimulation techniques, provides powerful clinical and field/flight situation methods to selectively control vagal tone and neuroendocrine-modulated  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The author declares that there are no competing interest for this work.  ... 
doi:10.3390/life12020236 pmid:35207523 pmcid:PMC8875345 fatcat:i66ugait4rccjlyoa5a3rfbzyi
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