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How is Telemedicine perceived? A qualitative study of perspectives from the UK and India

Melisa Martínez Álvarez, Rupa Chanda, Richard D Smith
2011 Globalization and Health  
The themes discussed include prospects on the viability of a bi-lateral relationship between the UK and India on telemedicine, current activities and operations, barriers, benefits and risks.  ...  We report here the results of a qualitative study assessing stakeholders' views on the potential for a bi-lateral trade relationship between India and the UK, where India acts as an exporter and the UK  ...  there are concerns regarding data security, recognition of qualifications and legal liability [12] .  ... 
doi:10.1186/1744-8603-7-17 pmid:21599962 pmcid:PMC3117690 fatcat:l52iaklbg5cupljm3rnybkic4a

Integrated Healthcare Delivery and Telemedicine: Existing Legal Impediments in India

Chhavi Sharma, Reeta Sony, Meera Mathew
2021 Legal Issues in the Digital Age  
Telemedicine is not an autonomous service; rather, it is subject to different regulations of a complex ethical and medico-legal nature.  ...  Furthermore, on 25 th March 2020 after the unexpected  ...  This should require the elaboration of a complete governing framework that will allow stakeholders to understand their responsibilities and liabilities.  ... 
doi:10.17323/2713-2749.2021.3.98.125 fatcat:le6lhs5pgzdlddmgz4xd764pj4

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  
However, telemedicine could also have a positive impact on the trust placed in the regional healthcare industry -if the benefits of a service that doesn't involve face-to-face contact can be trusted, then  ...  legal processing of health data (data protection), the right of reimbursement of a cross-border telemedicine act, the determination of potential liability, and the identification of the relevant competent  ... 
doi:10.29086/jisfteh.6.es1 fatcat:hqjneskqtra3feaojh6ay7tpmy

The Law as a 'Catalyst and Facilitator' for Trust in E-Health: Challenges and Opportunities

Anton Vedder, Colette Cuijpers, Petroula Vantsiouri, Mariana Zuleta Ferrari
2014 Law, Innovation and Technology  
This shift impacts upon trust in technology and trust among the actors, on the one hand, and leads to a change in the actual division of ethical and legal responsibilities of patients, care and system  ...  This article has identified and discussed the potential of law as an important factor in engendering trust in e-health: it can act as a safeguard for the prevention of harms, hazards and liabilities, provided  ... 
doi:10.5235/17579961.6.2.305 fatcat:u5w2627hojfe5agf5sdfmjacke

Delivering telemedicine interventions in chronic respiratory disease

C. Hernandez, J. Mallow, G. L. Narsavage
2014 Breathe  
Josep Roca of the Hospital Clinic, Barcelona Spain for his assistance in preparation of this article.  ...  System Telemedicine needs specific policies and procedures to address risk of liability.  ...  N Legal issues surrounding physician licensing and patient confidentiality N Liability N Cost N Reimbursement Summary of the European Economic and Social Committee's opinion on telemedicine  ... 
doi:10.1183/20734735.008314 pmid:26843894 pmcid:PMC4734754 fatcat:nq3f6qixkjgttl443tudsd33xm

Understanding the implementation and integration of e-health services

Frances S Mair, Carl May, Tracy Finch, Elizabeth Murray, George Anderson, Frank Sullivan, Catherine O'donnell, Paul Wallace, Owen Epstein
2007 Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare  
A detailed information sheet (Version 1, dated 30/07/07) is provided so that you can gain a better understanding of what your participation in this study would involve, and thus enable you to make an informed  ...  We are therefore inviting you to take part in this study by agreeing to take part in an interview to discuss your views and experiences of using or implementing e-Health services.  ...  Risk, legality and safety were frequently posed as complicating factors when using e-Health systems.  ... 
doi:10.1258/135763307781645112 fatcat:s4zttlgeynfirknxcat7pgbypq

Social networks for health care: Addressing regulatory gaps with privacy-by-design

James B. Williams, Jens H. Weber-Jahnke
2010 2010 Eighth International Conference on Privacy, Security and Trust  
As major vendors are preparing to enter the marketplace, it is important for a wide variety of stakeholders to discern the ramifications of this next wave of technological innovation.  ...  While regulatory authorities have considered the privacy and security implications of social networking in the course of investigating complaints, this paper contains the first explicit analysis of the  ...  Since a full discussion of the various legislative and regulatory instruments is beyond the scope of this paper, we will largely concentrate on the legal situation in the province of Ontario.  ... 
doi:10.1109/pst.2010.5593252 dblp:conf/pst/WilliamsW10 fatcat:xgexsag2yvbpdbgfjilqvauzwm

Recommendations for the Implementation of Telemedicine Within Stroke Systems of Care: A Policy Statement From the American Heart Association

L. H. Schwamm, H. J. Audebert, P. Amarenco, N. R. Chumbler, M. R. Frankel, M. G. George, P. B. Gorelick, K. B. Horton, M. Kaste, D. T. Lackland, S. R. Levine, B. C. Meyer (+4 others)
2009 Stroke  
all reviewers are required to complete and submit.  ...  Reviewer Disclosures This table represents the relationships of reviewers that may be perceived as actual or reasonably perceived conflicts of interest as reported on the Disclosure Questionnaire, which  ...  The consulting expert discusses the findings with the on-site physician, and together, the hub and spoke physicians collaborate to decide on a plan of care.  ... 
doi:10.1161/strokeaha.109.192361 pmid:19423851 fatcat:yx4pvit2qngtde2em2gjc63ypy

Digital Technologies and Data Science as Health Enablers: An Outline of Appealing Promises and Compelling Ethical, Legal, and Social Challenges

João V. Cordeiro
2021 Frontiers in Medicine  
As is often the case with technological advancement, progress in digital health raises compelling ethical, legal, and social implications (ELSI).  ...  are highlighted against the backdrop of the risks of dehumanization of care, the limitations of machine learning-based decision-making and, ultimately, the future contours of human interaction in medicine  ...  With a balanced view between promises and challenges and telemedicine and AI as examples, this article aims to provide a succinct review of the main ethical, legal and social implications (ELSI) of the  ... 
doi:10.3389/fmed.2021.647897 fatcat:our7txrjgjaqhm2uuhfbfpeczi

Effect of Service Quality and Product Quality To Corporate Image, Customer's Satisfaction and Customer's Trust

Rita Alfin Rita Alfin
2013 IOSR Journal of Business and Management  
This study aims to examine and explain the effect of the variable service quality and product quality to the company's image, satisfaction and trust.  ...  The results of the study explained that there is a significant effect between the variables of service quality to the image of the company (0.307) and customer satisfaction (0.307), corporate image, product  ...  their stakeholders on a voluntary basis. b.  ... 
doi:10.9790/487x-0960109 fatcat:7tm5apkq6jcvpbapud3km2bm5i

"Real-World" Practical Evaluation Strategies: A Review of Telehealth Evaluation

Stephen Agboola, Timothy M Hale, Caitlin Masters, Joseph Kvedar, Kamal Jethwani
2014 JMIR Research Protocols  
; and the risk of medical liability for the health professionals offering telemedicine services (20).  ...  WHO recommends that Member States convene a forum with ministries of health, the ICT sector, education and other stakeholders to discuss how telemedicine can improve health care delivery.  ...  Appendix 1 Country-reported services provided through telemedicine  ... 
doi:10.2196/resprot.3459 pmid:25524892 pmcid:PMC4275475 fatcat:3qy3ceoffrhmrbcpxorzy2gv4a

The Development of Complex Digital Health Solutions: Formative Evaluation Combining Different Methodologies

Anne Lee, Marianne Sandvei, Hans Christian Asmussen, Marie Skougaard, Joanne Macdonald, Jakub Zavada, Henning Bliddal, Peter C Taylor, Henrik Gudbergsen
2018 JMIR Research Protocols  
; and the risk of medical liability for the health professionals offering telemedicine services (20).  ...  WHO recommends that Member States convene a forum with ministries of health, the ICT sector, education and other stakeholders to discuss how telemedicine can improve health care delivery.  ...  Appendix 1 Country-reported services provided through telemedicine  ... 
doi:10.2196/resprot.9521 pmid:30012548 pmcid:PMC6066635 fatcat:aorija2rq5hphoc2ztgcyp42bq

Introduction: The futures of eHealth –introducing the social, legal and ethical challenges [chapter]

Thomas Christian Bächle, Alina Wernick
2019 Zenodo  
When analysing the opportunities and risks associated with them as well as the social, legal and ethical challenges they might pose, what we also see in the process are the expectations and promises projected  ...  Its objective, however, is to serve a much more modest purpose, in that it strives to take a look at potential, likely, desired, anticipated or feared futures of digital health technologies and practices  ...  We are grateful to our panellists, who enriched our understanding of eHealth by bringing in their perspectives on innovation and business, international initiatives and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3295985 fatcat:26kphw2325d6tagrc7kscn3tbe

The futures of eHealth – introducing the social, legal and ethical challenges [chapter]

Thomas Christian Bächle, Alina Wernick
2019 Zenodo  
When analysing the opportunities and risks associated with them as well as the social, legal and ethical challenges they might pose, what we also see in the process are the expectations and promises projected  ...  Its objective, however, is to serve a much more modest purpose, in that it strives to take a look at potential, likely, desired, anticipated or feared futures of digital health technologies and practices  ...  We are grateful to our panellists, who enriched our understanding of eHealth by bringing in their perspectives on innovation and business, international initiatives and  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.3296733 fatcat:kyd66lgjkfdx5j2zmccsvgblgi

Knowledge-based modelling applied to synucleinopathies

B. Kamsu-Foguem, P.F. Tiako, E. Mutafungwa, C. Foguem
2015 European Geriatric Medicine  
Secondly, it is important to prevent risks threatening the safety of operational devices.  ...  By deploying this technology in all remote hospitals or care centers, one improves connectivity by setting application of quality standards and building a relationship of trust.  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.eurger.2015.02.011 fatcat:4o67yxop25ewpdrxr4bophkjcm
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