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A systematic review of the methodologies used to evaluate telemedicine service initiatives in hospital facilities

Sharifah AlDossary, Melinda G. Martin-Khan, Natalie K. Bradford, Anthony C. Smith
2017 International Journal of Medical Informatics  
The aim of this literature review was to identify peer-reviewed publications of deployed telemedicine services in hospital facilities; and to report, and appraise, the methodology used to evaluate these  ...  Given the fast paced technology driven environment of telemedicine, this may enable others to learn and understand how to implement sustainable services.  ...  A., et al 1997 Australia (72) Analytic observational study Real time Ophthalmology Cost based on the use of the patient transit scheme for isolated patients.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.ijmedinf.2016.10.012 pmid:27919377 fatcat:zy6iuri3nfbandlu4cit44jlf4

ESSENCE, OPPORTUNITIES AND SCIENTIFIC PROBLEMS OF E-MEDICINE
ELEKTRON TİBBİN MAHİYYƏTİ, İMKANLARI VƏ ELMİ PROBLEMLƏRİ

Rasim Alguliyev, Masuma Mammadova
2017 Problems of Information Society  
The article examines the factors and trends defining the necessity of the formation of electronic medicine. It also highlights the purpose, essence and capabilities of e-medicine.  ...  Suggestions on the development of e-medicine in Azerbaijan are put forward.  ...  virtual space.  ... 
doi:10.25045/jpis.v08.i2.01 fatcat:qgaijheldndubblotqha2erc5y

ENABLING BUSINESS INTELLIGENCE, KNOWLEDGE MANAGEMENT AND CLINICAL WORKFLOW WITH SINGLEVIEW

2011 Issues in Information Systems  
This has allowed the organization to rethink its HIT strategy in terms of Business Intelligence, Knowledge Management, and Clinical Workflow.  ...  Healthcare Information Technology (HIT) is changing the face of medicine. Much of the data contained within HIT systems resides in proprietary silos which makes access difficult.  ...  This research is intended to ask the question as to what these technologies mean to healthcare as well as provide an introduction to a few case studies where the impact of the technology can be evaluated  ... 
doi:10.48009/1_iis_2011_70-77 fatcat:rjrn6ptgh5dhfffo4n3lx2ppl4

Digital health in the age of The Infinite Network

Nikhil Balram, Ivana Tošić, Harsha Binnamangalam
2016 APSIPA Transactions on Signal and Information Processing  
Traditional telemedicine has delivered remote care to patients in the area where doctors are not readily available, but has not achieved at large scale.  ...  The long-term future requires intelligent hybrid networks that combine artificial intelligence with human intelligence to provide continuity of care at higher quality and lower cost than is possible today  ...  The same principles of leverage using triage with AI could be applied to other types of medical professionals like nurse practitioners/physicians assistants -i.e. expanding "virtual doctor" to "virtual  ... 
doi:10.1017/atsip.2016.6 fatcat:rdsr4oalpjfx7bamc54gto2kkm

Introducing Artificial Intelligence Training in Medical Education (Preprint)

Ketan Paranjape, Michiel Schinkel, Rishi Nannan Panday, Josip Car, Prabath Nanayakkara
2019 JMIR Medical Education  
In this paper, we have addressed the state of medical education at present and have recommended a framework on how to evolve the medical education curriculum to include AI.  ...  As the rate of medical knowledge grows, technologies such as AI are needed to enable health care professionals to effectively use this knowledge to practice medicine.  ...  Recommendations Framework The traditional medical curriculum, which is mostly memorization based, must follow the transition from the information age to the age of AI.  ... 
doi:10.2196/16048 pmid:31793895 pmcid:PMC6918207 fatcat:lx4jqwtzuzhndhrpdqtupz76t4

Cybercare 2.0: meeting the challenge of the global burden of disease in 2030

Joseph M. Rosen, Luis Kun, Robyn E. Mosher, Elliott Grigg, Ronald C. Merrell, Christian Macedonia, Julien Klaudt-Moreau, Andrew Price-Smith, James Geiling
2016 Health and Technology  
Cybercare uses seven "pillars" of technology to provide medical care: genomics; telemedicine; robotics; simulation, including virtual and augmented reality; artificial intelligence (AI), including intelligent  ...  This model contrasts with traditional health care, in which patients travel (often a great distance) to receive care from providers in a central hospital.  ...  the original author(s) and the source, provide a link to the Creative Commons license, and indicate if changes were made.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12553-016-0132-8 pmid:27358760 pmcid:PMC4901101 fatcat:opr2pzf5bnbp7cbwkg7adt32jy

ANMCO POSITION PAPER: The reorganization of cardiology in times of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic

Pasquale Caldarola, Adriano Murrone, Loris Roncon, Giuseppe Di Pasquale, Luigi Tavazzi, Vincenzo Amodeo, Nadia Aspromonte, Manlio Cipriani, Andrea Di Lenarda, Stefano Domenicucci, Giuseppina Maura Francese, Massimo Imazio (+6 others)
2021 European Heart Journal, Supplement  
When the COVID-19 emergency will end, further evaluation of the national health system, new organization of acute wards, and a further evolution of the entire health system will be needed to improve care  ...  Acknowledgements ANMCO thanks the Faculty of the ANMCO States-General whose constructive dialogue contributed to the drafting of this Position Paper. In Appendix, the list in alphabetical order.  ...  Both offer high potential to precision medicine initiative and can be used increasingly by the health systems to analyse 'business intelligence', useful to determine the medical needs of health professionals  ... 
doi:10.1093/eurheartj/suab073 pmid:34456642 pmcid:PMC8387778 fatcat:i6f54pl5krfvtdw7rxcqhvyv6m

Digital Health COVID-19 Impact Assessment: Lessons Learned and Compelling Needs

Peter Lee, Microsoft, Amy Abernethy, David Shaywitz, Adi Gundlapalli, Jim Weinstein, P. Murali Doraiswamy, Kevin Schulman, Subha Madhavan, Verily, Astounding HealthTech, U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (+4 others)
2022 NAM Perspectives  
The authors would like to thank Mahnoor Ahmed and Ariana Bailey from the National Academy of Medicine for their assistance in producing this manuscript.  ...  Acknowledgments The authors would like to acknowledge the members and leadership of the U.S. CDC COVID-19 Response for their insights on public health modernization.  ...  operationalize and advance telemedicine and virtual care; 5. approaches to incentivize digital medicine solutions; 6. strategies for using digital capacity to create new evidence and appropriately update  ... 
doi:10.31478/202201c pmid:35402858 pmcid:PMC8970223 fatcat:eurd6ad7xnga7gt7da5xhs6krq

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  
At first glance, it is the familiar story of individuals solving problems that arise in their clinical practice to enhance efficiency, better manage (e.g., digitize) laboratory information, as well as  ...  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  ...  Rodolfo Avila for contributing his knowledge of Cuban pathology informatics history to this monograph.  ... 
doi:10.4103/2153-3539.112689 pmid:23869286 pmcid:PMC3714902 fatcat:ppr3pdk42neprathb2wathiwbe

The future of laboratory medicine — A 2014 perspective

Larry J. Kricka, Tracey G. Polsky, Jason Y. Park, Paolo Fortina
2015 Clinica Chimica Acta  
Not surprisingly, there are many examples and assumptions that have proved to be wrong.  ...  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.  ...  of the IFCC "Shaping the Future of Laboratory Medicine" initiative.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.cca.2014.09.005 pmid:25219903 fatcat:ma2hd7o27ffktczkxelmdh2v5q

Emerging Technologies for Next Generation Remote Health Care and Assisted Living

Ijaz Ahmad, Zeeshan Asghar, Tanesh Kumar, Gaolei Li, Ahsan Manzoor, Konstantin Mikhaylov, Syed Attique Shah, Marko Hoyhtya, Jarmo Reponen, Jyrki Huusko, Erkki Harjula
2022 IEEE Access  
Then the most important technologies and technological paradigms that are crucial in enabling remote health care and assisted living are emphasised.  ...  In this article we delve into the state-of-the-art research in latest technologies and technological paradigms that play a vital role in enabling the next generation remote health care and assisted living  ...  AMBIENT ASSISTED LIVING Ambient assisted living (AAL) has the potential to enable people to stay active longer, remain socially connected, perform their ADLs and live independently at home.  ... 
doi:10.1109/access.2022.3177278 fatcat:m3tewfdwhnfabhc3pwidlvdlva

Integrating Digital Technologies and Public Health to Fight Covid-19 Pandemic: Key Technologies, Applications, Challenges and Outlook of Digital Healthcare

Qiang Wang, Min Su, Min Zhang, Rongrong Li
2021 International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health  
By comparing the application cases in these three regions, we contend that the key to China's success in avoiding the second wave of COVID-19 pandemic is to integrate digital technologies and public health  ...  In addition, we also provide policy recommendations for other countries that use digital technology to combat COVID-19.  ...  The main businesses of these medical institutions include traditional telemedicine, chronic disease management, equipment leasing and waste disposal.  ... 
doi:10.3390/ijerph18116053 fatcat:pa23aay2sneznddobzqrxyudea

What Every Colorectal Surgeon Should Know About Telemedicine

Kelly M. Tyler, Rebeccah Baucom
2020 Diseases of the Colon & Rectum  
For ESRD related services, IHCP requires at least one monthly visit to be a traditional clinical encounter to examine the vascular access site.  ...  is not made available within seven business days after the initial request.  ...  Telehealth encompasses a broad variety of technologies and tactics to deliver virtual medical, health, and education services.  ... 
doi:10.1097/dcr.0000000000001635 fatcat:mikp665xyvdjhnvcph6qpsd4xu

Abstracts of MEDNET2004

Johannes W. van der Slikke, Theodoros N. Arvanitis, Vincenzo Della Mea
2004 Technology and Health Care  
Up to now there is no valid scientific evidence of the benefits of telemedicine or teledermatology.  ...  The lessons learned may be of assistance to other teaching organizations that may be contemplating out reach teaching programs in Health Informatics.  ...  By means of multiple-choice methodology the questionnaires are solved (presented as clinical cases) through the Internet at the Virtual School of Medicine.  ... 
doi:10.3233/thc-2004-12501 fatcat:nufl4vvcdzbc7hdcuoocmkj2zq

22nd Conference of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth and Moroccan Society for Telemedicine and eHealth 2017 - Casablanca 2017

Maurice Mars
2018 Journal of the International Society for Telemedicine and eHealth  
Private telemedicine companies offer business to business telehealth solutions for corporate employees to have access to acute care for as low as $49 per visit.  ...  Many resources reported on the same pilot projects (4 applications of mobile telemedicine in Botswana; dermatology, cervical screening, oral medicine, and radiology), with a few other studies originating  ... 
doi:10.29086/jisfteh.6.es1 fatcat:hqjneskqtra3feaojh6ay7tpmy
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