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Pirkko Kouri, Principal lecturer, Savonia University of Applied Sciences; Secretary of FSTeH; Vice-President of ISfTeH Jarmo Reponen, Professor, University of Oulu, Vicepresident of FSTeH FinJeHeW ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.86888 fatcat:gmqvogswlbglbna7c63iavo5ve
Jarmo Reponen, MD, PhD, radiologist, serves as a professor of Health Information Systems at the Faculty of Medicine, University of Oulu, since 2013. ...doi:10.1177/1471301216674816 pmid:27765896 fatcat:rpto2npdjrbgzlkyoghpcwokg4
Jarmo Reponen, Professor, Vice-president of FSTeH Pirkko Kouri, Principal lecturer, Secretary of FSTeH, Vice-President of ISfTeH Elina Kontio, Principal lecturer, Treasurer of FSTeH FinJeHeW 2018; ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.76799 fatcat:ujz6wfif6nbndlfmiyvx5hnm7u
Jarmo Reponen: Terveydenhuollon tietotekniikan erityispätevyystoimikunnan puheenjohtaja. Mirja Tuomiranta: ei sidonnaisuuksia. ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.102492 fatcat:ebrdzvntafbrnn24zu6c2mhbhe
Niina Keränen, Jari Haverinen ja Jarmo Reponen ovat toimineet tutkijoina STM:n vuosina 2014-2020 rahoittamissa STePS1-3-tutkimushankkeissa. ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.107667 fatcat:vjhlwadn6ffebp2a3cg7ljcawy
MEDigi is a nationwide Finnish project that aims to develop and implement digital teaching, learning and assessment solutions and to provide possibilities for national harmonization of undergraduate medical and dental education in Finland. The MEDigi project will investigate the options and feasibility of a common national digital online platform and produce digital content and solutions for medical education. Furthermore, tools and support system for digital pedagogy training will be createddoi:10.23996/fjhw.83309 fatcat:gzls2d7wfnfg3c7tijddcqg2sa
more »... ensure that the teaching staff will achieve and retain appropriate digipedagogical skills. The project aims also to increase the competence related to the digital tools used in clinical practice (eHealth, digital health) of physicians and dentists. Furthermore, academic research will be carried out on various aspects of the project. All the universities in Finland that offer the Licentiate Degree in Medicine and Dentist programmes are involved: Universities of Eastern Finland, Helsinki, Oulu, Tampere and Turku. The project is coordinated by the University of Oulu. The project is carried out in close collaboration with the Finnish Medical Society Duodecim and the Finnish Dental Society Apollonia. The project lifespan is until the end of May 2021. MEDigi project is financed by the Finnish Ministry of Culture and Education and its total budget is over 4 million euros.
Suomalaisten lääkäreiden ja hammaslääkäreiden terveydenhuollon tietotekniikan erityispätevyys: tavoitteet, sisältö ja ensikokemukset Jarmo Reponen, LT, professori (ma) FinnTelemedicum, Lääketieteellisen ... kuvantamisen, fysiikan ja tekniikan tutkimusryhmä, Oulun yliopisto; Röntgenosasto, Raahen sairaala, Raahen seudun hyvinvointikuntayhtymä Professori Jarmo Reponen, FinnTelemedicum, Lääketieteellisen kuvantamisen ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.61134 fatcat:u5majtcwxbdwnmnj7vkqr6wep4
Connected Health Innovation: Data Access Challenges in the Interface of AI Companies and Hospitals Laura Kemppainen, Minna Pikkarainen, Pia Hurmelinna-Laukkanen & Jarmo Reponen ... Jarmo Reponen ... Reponen urgent issues. ...doi:10.22215/timreview/1291 fatcat:b5aqy4oekzcgtkptonjonqjkze
The Finnish national eHealth and eSocial strategy emphasizes citizens' active role in promoting their own well-being by improving information management and implementing self-management and online services. In the Emergency Hub, part of the Finnish online health portal (Health Village), an eTriage Service is being developed by ICT experts and healthcare professionals. To make the eTriage Service available to the public, the user interface must comply with relevant quality and safetydoi:10.23996/fjhw.82596 fatcat:gwgm5lqz5bhlvdfp4b3fnohpym
more »... The aim of this paper is to describe the recruitment methods used for eTriage Service usability testing and the feasibility of those methods. The results of the actual usability testing are not discussed in this article. Two different recruiting methods were combined: online recruiting with remote testing and organized on-site testing occasions. A total of 219 volunteer end-users were recruited and 115 (52.5%) of them performed the usability testing. A better participation rate was achieved with organized on-site testing occasions, but the method consumed significantly more time and effort on the part of developers. A sufficient number and variety of end-users were recruited by combining different recruiting methods. Online recruiting with remote usability testing helps reduce the costs and effort of developers but may require a longer period of time to achieve a sufficient number of testers. A complex or highly novel, self-performing test process without any support might affect negatively the number of testers available by the online recruitment. It also seems that usability testing for digital health services can be more attractive to healthcare professionals than to persons with no healthcare education background.
Oulu University Hospital is the northernmost tertiary hospital in Finland and its responsibility area is the largest in the country, covering nearly half of the Finnish territory, also including the arctic regions. Because of vast distances and a sparse population, Oulu has been a forerunner in developing telemedicine and eHealth services in the country. The development started in 1990 and has resulted in the establishment of teleradiology and televideoconferencing services, distance educationdoi:10.3402/ijch.v63i4.17760 pmid:15709318 fatcat:fbeebluctbgwpopi2m57elvrsm
more »... nd a multimedia medical record with remote access capabilities. Wireless technology has been a special focus area, as has the development of an efficient communication between primary care and secondary care. This review highlights some of the key success elements. eHEALTH Teleradiology Teleradiology is one of the most widely utilised telehealth applications. The history of teleradiology in Oulu dates back to 1969, when radiological images were transmitted between Helsinki and Oulu using the broadcasting network of Finnish national television. Even though the pilot project showed the technological possibilities, it was too expensive and unpractical for clinical work. Modern teleradiology started in 1990, first using videoconferencing and, since 1991, digital data connections. The teleradiology programme consists of three major areas: teleradiology for primary health-care, teleradiology for secondary care (hospitals) and the development of mobile teleradiology. In the development phase, all of the projects have been subjected to health technology assessment. The Finnish national criteria for technology assessment within the field of telemedicine were developed in 1996 (1) by Oulu University Hospital and the Finnish Office for Health Technology Assessment (FinOHTA). Teleradiology serving primary health-care started in 1991, using ISDN lines and low-cost scanners and microcomputers. The first target was to develop the technical backbone and a business model (2). During the last few years, the technology has seen an evolution to broadband connections and direct DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communication in Medicine standard) compatible interfaces between sending and receiving sites. Work-flow and work practice studies have shown how technology affects co-operation between different institutions (3). The hospital network between various hospitals in Northern Finland was built during 1992 -1996. The network serves for secondary opinion and emergency coverage between Oulu University Hospital and all the central, regional and local hospitals. Assessment studies have shown that teleradiology is cost-effective and influences both patient transportation and treatment (4). As part of the secondary opinion network, an international teleradiology network connection was established, as early as in 1993, between the university hospitals of Oulu (Finland), Reykjavik (Iceland) and Tromsoe (Norway). This was made possible by the Nordic University Network "Nordunet", which was a precursor of the public Internet. To our knowledge, this was one of the first international teleradiology connections in the world (5). Electronic patient record as an eHealth platform Oulu University Hospital started a web-based multimedia medical record project in 1995. One purpose of this development was the creation
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics
A digital care pathway is a secure digital service channel for patients in a care relationship with a specialized health care hospital in Finland. It is part of the Health Village portal built in co-operation with the Virtual Hospital project by five Finnish university hospitals led by Helsinki University Hospital. Health Village services make healthcare services available to all Finns regardless of place of residence and income level, thus improving the equality of citizens.doi:10.3233/shti210690 pmid:34920495 fatcat:yeslhs6sg5a25gpbdgh7av7qk4
Health technology assessment (HTA) refers to the systematic evaluation of the properties, effects, and/or impacts of health technology. The main purpose of the assessment is to inform decisionmakers in order to better support the introduction of new health technologies. New digital healthcare solutions like mHealth, artificial intelligence (AI), and robotics have brought with them a great potential to further develop healthcare services, but their introduction should follow the same criteria asdoi:10.23996/fjhw.82538 fatcat:d5a2gqbkufhuvnuuoi5ufb3lm4
more »... that of other healthcare methods. They must provide evidence-based benefits and be safe to use, and their impacts on patients and organizations need to be clarified. The first objective of this study was to describe the state-of-the-art HTA methods for mHealth, AI, and robotics. The second objective of this study was to evaluate the domains needed in the assessment. The final aim was to develop an HTA framework for digital healthcare services to support the introduction of novel technologies into Finnish healthcare. In this study, the state-of-the-art HTA methods were evaluated using a literature review and interviews. It was noted that some good practices already existed, but the overall picture showed that further development is still needed, especially in the AI and robotics fields. With the cooperation of professionals, key aspects and domains that should be taken into account to make fast but comprehensive assessments were identified. Based on this information, we created a new framework which supports the HTA process for digital healthcare services. The framework was named Digi-HTA.
Declaration of conflicting interests Ronja Ruotanen, Maarit Kangas, Niina Keränen, Jari Haverinen, Jarmo Reponen: the employer has received funding to complete this part of the project as part of the national ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.109778 fatcat:7fi6re55vzbhpafbkyx3l4efme
Jarmo Reponen has acted as a researcher in STEPS1-3 research projects funded by the MSAH in 2014-2020. ...doi:10.23996/fjhw.98548 fatcat:kvf6hsoqpbbt7owzbnqauq2fl4
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