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The Management of Clinical Incidents in ICT Services Through Mobile Applications

José-Amelio Medina, Alberto Gutiérrez-Escolar, Ana Castillo-Martinez, Eva García-Lopez, Sergio Borne-Cores
2015 Information Systems Development  
In this paper, we present a practical application of BSC (balance scorecard) for Management of clinical incidents in ICT services through mobile devices in health organization.  ...  The objective of building of system is to integrate with main system of organization, for management of critical incident in ICT department of hospital and health centre.  ...  H1: The use of mobile applications allows optimizing processes management and administration. In our case, we focused on incident management of ICT issues. •!  ... 
dblp:conf/isdevel/MedinaGCGB15 fatcat:3d4f546drfhrnnkryrn7zdq3hy

"Vive sin tabaco", a mobile application for smoking cessation develovep by Osakidetza

Raquel Cobos, Antxon Apiñaniz, Arantza Sáez de Lafuente, Naiara Parraza, Felipe Aizpuru, Iraida Pérez
2019 International Journal of Integrated Care  
Comments on transferability: Several services of Osakidetza are working in having this application finished in a short period of time.  ...  Taking into account the prevalence of smoking in the Basque country, the penetration of mobile telephony, and the success rates achieved in the RCT, we have estimated a cost per quitter at 12 months of  ...  Timeline: At this moment we are modifying SMSalud® program in a mobile application (Vive sin tabaco®), more attractive to patients. Transfer to clinical practice will begin in January in Araba.  ... 
doi:10.5334/ijic.s3486 fatcat:6p6jo5hzjvginabfuqoatnas5a

Internet-based interventions in chronic somatic disease

Eileen Bendig, Natalie Bauereiß, David Daniel Ebert, Frank Snoek, Gerhard Andersson, Harald Baumeister
2018 Deutsches Ärzteblatt International  
Incident Management System The Incident Management System (IMS) facilitates the process by which staff notify, document and manage incidents, near misses and systems risks through a user-friendly platform  ...  or private sector mobile applications, development and support services.  ... 
doi:10.3238/arztebl.2018.0659 fatcat:zdjbu6m2zbeejgudf4qrl6nsua

Information and communication technology in chronic diseases: a patient's opportunity

Simonetta Scalvini, Doriana Baratti, Giuliano Assoni, Margherita Zanardini, Laura Comini, Palmira Bernocchi
2013 Journal of Medicine and the Person  
The authors provide an overview of the advancements in Information and Communication Technology (ICT), and explain how some innovative health solutions, through the use of Telemedicine, can now be an opportunity  ...  In response to the unmet health care needs, researchers are actively seeking for innovative solutions that target for (1) prevention of diseases and (2) personalized diagnosis and treatment.  ...  Now it is time to provide for an early detection of chronic conditions through intervention based on professional coaching and self-management, employment of ICT tools to enable self-management (e.g.,  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12682-013-0154-1 fatcat:zaucrjjg5ndjbnln62r3xgr4cy

Real-time monitoring through the use of technology to enhance performances throughout HIV cascades

Matthew Avery, Stephen J. Mills, Eric Stephan
2017 Current Opinion in HIV and AIDS  
We assessed recent (<18 months) peer-reviewed publications regarding uses of ICT to improve performance through expanded and targeted reach, improved clinical service delivery, and reduced loss to follow-up  ...  Information and communications technology (ICT) offers the potential to monitor and improve the performance of this HIV cascade in real time.  ...  Financial support and sponsorship This manuscript was supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) through Cooperative Agreement OAA-A-14-0045 to FHI 360 for the management  ... 
doi:10.1097/coh.0000000000000397 pmid:28650346 fatcat:vgi2crh2ffg73fasxlms756m5q


Andreas S. Panayides, Efthyvoulos Kyriacou, Constantinos S. Pattichis
2016 Healthcare technology letters  
data into tangible clinical knowledge for enhanced healthcare provision, is the cornerstone of the next generation of mobile health systems and services." signal processing platform could be used in a  ...  In recent years we have witnessed key technological advances in the multidisciplinary fi elds of mobile health systems and services.  ... 
doi:10.1049/htl.2016.0075 pmid:27733919 pmcid:PMC5048343 fatcat:ui3rwocmo5gujgfp65znrwlxiu

Access and Usage of ICTs for Agriculture and Rural Development by the tribal farmers in Meghalaya State of North-East India

Rebekka Syiem, Saravanan Raj
2015 Journal of Agricultural Informatics  
Information services on availability of inputs, quality of inputs, and pest and disease management of crops were also used by the farmers through ICTs.  ...  Major problems in the use of ICTs by the farmers were lack of confidence in operating ICTs, erratic power supply, low network connectivity and lack of awareness of the benefits of ICTs.  ...  Farmers reported that through IASF, information services on fertilizer management were being used through their mobile phones in order to receive advisory service via SMS.  ... 
doi:10.17700/jai.2015.6.3.190 fatcat:sfi7cw7txndvhj2gfzqxhf5h7m

Global Observatory for eHealth (GOe) Survey in Sri Lanka

Rasika Rampatige, MH Abusayeed, Himan Galappaththi
2010 Sri Lanka Journal of Bio-Medical Informatics  
The survey was completed with contributions from identified stakeholders of eHealth in Sri Lanka.  ...  The second eHealth survey was conducted in 2009 where Sri Lanka too participated. This short report is based on the findings of the GOe Survey for Sri Lanka. The second GOe survey had seven sections.  ...  Poison information centre located in the National Hospital of Sri Lanka provides information to anybody who needs information regarding any poisoning incidence and emergency management through toll free  ... 
doi:10.4038/sljbmi.v1i1.1485 fatcat:znwaishqd5crzdkmejo7gv3x4a

Development of a Community Based Web-Mobile Platform (CBWMP) for diabetes care in Sri Lanka

Nishan Siriwardena, Sudarshana Wickramasinghe, Dussantha Perera, Rohana Marasinghe, Lanka Katulanda, Roshan Hewapathirana
2013 Sri Lanka Journal of Bio-Medical Informatics  
The CBWMP -integrated mobile phones and e-PHR -is capable of delivering diabetes education, co-ordinating effective management, and screening diabetes status.  ...  To avoid any cultural marginalisation, all the services can be accessed in the user"s preferred native language in Sri Lanka viz. Sinhala, Tamil, and English.  ...  Acknowledgements We acknowledge funding from the Postgraduate Institute of Medicine, University of Colombo and technological support from SLT Mobitel Sri Lanka (Pvt) Ltd.  ... 
doi:10.4038/sljbmi.v3i4.5504 fatcat:snqzmey2ovg4daxohqxpatbb6u

The Interaction Effect of Complimentary Assets on Relationship between Information and Communication Technology and Public Health Outcomes [chapter]

Supunmali Ahangama, Danny Chiang Choon Poo
2014 IFIP Advances in Information and Communication Technology  
Delivery of public health outcomes is measured through mortality rate (adult), availability of sanitation facilities, incidence of TB and under nourishment.  ...  Education level positively moderated the relationship between ICT and public health outcomes. Institutions moderated the relationship of ICT and public health outcomes in a positive direction.  ...  Mobile applications allow tele-consultations between doctor and patient, wellness management, short message service (SMS) for behaviour change (Cole-Lewis and Kershaw 2010; Fjeldsoe et al. 2009 ).  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-662-43459-8_6 fatcat:camqjwd6rfbwjefvqutzpx7rqe

Malaria diagnosis and mapping with m-Health and geographic information systems (GIS): evidence from Uganda

Alberto Larocca, Roberto Moro Visconti, Michele Marconi
2016 Malaria Journal  
Increasing penetration of ICT and mobile-phones and subsequent m-Health applications can contribute overcoming such obstacles.  ...  This study investigates where in Uganda: (1) malaria affects the largest number of people; (2) the application of m-Health protocol based on the mobile network has the highest potential impact.  ...  The usual disclaimer applies. Consent for publication There are no case presentations that require disclosure of participants' identifying data in this study.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12936-016-1546-5 pmid:27776516 pmcid:PMC5075756 fatcat:ffvzagnlpbdi7ojkhfid7vqjhe

Application of real-time GIS analytics to support spatial intelligent decision-making in the era of big data for smart cities

Mbongowo Mbuh, Peter Metzger, Peter Brandt, Kelli Fika, Monica Slinkey
2018 EAI Endorsed Transactions on Smart Cities  
The use of real-time data and coordination of information from multiple city agencies enable policymakers to adjust management strategies in near real-time and can also provide citizens with situational  ...  The combination of big data and Internet of Things (IoT) is guiding local communities in achieving the goal of building creative communities.  ...  We are thankful for the financial support provided through the North Dakota Atlas project (Bradley Rundquist) by the College of arts and Sciences and the  ... 
doi:10.4108/eai.26-6-2018.162219 fatcat:nebopdl7incubmbylza6oq66y4

A New Paradigm for Clinical Nutrition Services in the Era of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

Ga Young Kim, Jung-Sook Seo
2021 Clinical Nutrition Research  
However, in recent days, innovative changes are pursued in clinical nutrition services through a convergence with information and communication technology (ICT), a core technology of the fourth industrial  ...  The effectiveness of clinical nutrition services in the treatment of diseases in inpatients has been demonstrated in several studies.  ...  The next generation of clinical nutrition professionals should actively respond to paradigm shifts in the health care environment and create new roles in the field of clinical nutrition services through  ... 
doi:10.7762/cnr.2021.10.2.95 pmid:33987136 pmcid:PMC8093084 fatcat:74xmx6s3obeu5m3aubg3ibcs2m

Directing and Orienting ICT Healthcare Solutions to Address the Needs of the Aging Population

Nada Fares, R. Simon Sherratt, Imad H. Elhajj
2021 Healthcare  
, manage their medical conditions, and prevent fall incidents.  ...  Information and Communication Technology (ICT) solutions facilitate the monitoring and management of older people's health to improve quality of life and physical activity with a decline in caregivers'  ...  Conflicts of Interest: The authors declare no conflict of interest.  ... 
doi:10.3390/healthcare9020147 pmid:33540510 fatcat:3qmov4rpsvcpdfizj4coj4o3na

Review of Smart Hospital Services in Real Healthcare Environments

Hyuktae Kwon, Sunhee An, Ho-Young Lee, Won Chul Cha, Sungwan Kim, Minwoo Cho, Hyoun-Joong Kong
2022 Healthcare Informatics Research  
Objectives: Smart hospitals involve the application of recent information and communications technology (ICT) innovations to medical services; however, the concept of a smart hospital has not been rigorously  ...  to the internet; mobile health services such as mobile phones, tablets, and wearables; artificial intelligence-based services for the diagnosis and prediction of diseases; robot services provided on behalf  ...  Example of an asset management service in hospitals. Adapted from Yoo et al. [15]. Figure 2 . 2 Figure 2. Examples of applications of Internet of Things technology in hospitals.  ... 
doi:10.4258/hir.2022.28.1.3 pmid:35172086 pmcid:PMC8850169 fatcat:zhyq6xodpjh3jiprfgkqblp4ja
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