By Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Antonio Jose Tavares, Ricardo J. Simoes
The guide of study on advancements in E-Health and Telemedicine: Technological and Social views addresses the most matters, demanding situations, possibilities, and traits regarding fields of on-line wellbeing and fitness and clinical examine. This compilation disseminates the newest findings during this study box to rework the way in which we are living and carry prone.
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Results suggest that greater emphasis on improving communications gives rise to higher perceived benefits both in terms of communications and practice effectiveness, while emphasis on other drivers does not significantly alter the perception of benefits derived from adoption. Chapter 32 Improving Access to Oncology Care for Individuals and Families Through Telehealth.................... 669 Johanna den Duyf, BC Cancer Agency, Canada Lars Apland, University of British Columbia, Canada Valerie Ashworth, Provincial Health Authority, Canada Arminee Kazanjian, University of British Columbia, Canada Margarita Loyola, Royal Jubilee Hospital, Canada Sarah Robertson, BC Cancer Agency, Canada Brian Weinerman, Vancouver Island Health Authority and BC Cancer Agency, Canada Cathy Wenger, Vancouver Island Health Authority, Canada Telemedicine or the use of ICT for medical diagnosis and patient care is an innovative method of health service delivery.
They recognise, however, that the vast majority of GPs lack specific and general training in ICT-related technologies. Such training handicap uncovers that a large part of Portuguese GPs may be unable to reap the benefits of ICTs in their daily medical practice. Chapter 38 Hotline for Exposure to Occupational Hazards .................................................................................. 805 Ken Bleakley, CEO, FONEMED, USA Health care providers, first responders and law enforcement professionals face serious safety issues when they find themselves exposed to health-threatening incidents on the job.
The Internet has created and continues creating new opportunities and challenges to the health care information technology industry, to organizations and to citizens. However, the type of applications and services enabled by the internet evolved much since the emails and websites of its early days. We are now witnessing a growing number of successful e-health developments in a wide range of domains, including health information networks, electronic health records, telemedicine services, wearable and portable monitoring systems, and health portals.
Handbook of research on developments in e-health and telemedicine: technological and social perspectives by Maria Manuela Cruz-Cunha, Antonio Jose Tavares, Ricardo J. Simoes