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Virtual and mobile healthcare : breakthroughs in research and practice

Author: IGI Global,; Information Resources Management Association,
Publisher: Hershey PA : Medical Information Science Reference, [2020]
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"This book explores the trends, challenges, and issues related to the emergence of mobile and virtual healthcare. The book also examines how mobile technologies can best be used for the benefit of both doctors and their patients"--Provided by publisher.
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Additional Physical Format: Print version:
(DLC) 2019014953
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Computer File, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: IGI Global,; Information Resources Management Association,
ISBN: 9781522598640 1522598642 9781522598657 1522598650
OCLC Number: 1112163020
Description: 1 online resource (2 volumes (1064 pages))
Contents: Volume I. Section 1. Cloud-based healthcare. Chapter 1. Service level agreements for smart healthcare in cloud ; Chapter 2. Cloud computing as the useful resource for application of the medical information system for quality assurance purposes ; Chapter 3. Cloud based wireless infrastructure for health monitoring ; Chapter 4. Secure health monitoring in the cloud using homomorphic encryption: a branching-program formulation ; Chapter 5. Towards privacy-preserving medical cloud computing using homomorphic encryption --
Section 2. Data mining, big data, and analytics. Chapter 6. A method for classification using data mining technique for diabetes: a study of health care information system ; Chapter 7. Application of complex event processing techniques to big data related to healthcare: a systematic literature review of case studies ; Chapter 8. Concoction of ambient intelligence and big data for better patient ministration services ; Chapter 9. Towards clinical and operational efficiency through healthcare process analytics --
Section 3. Electronic health records and information exchange. Chapter 10. Hierarchy similarity analyser: an approach to securely share electronic health records ; Chapter 11. Biometric secured electronic health record ; Chapter 12. EEMI an electronic health record for pediatricians: adoption barriers, services and use in Mexico ; Chapter 13. Critical success factors in electronic health records (EHR) implementation: an exploratory study in North India ; Chapter 14. An architectural solution for health information exchange ; Chapter 15. Barriers to successful health information exchange systems in Canada and the USA: a systematic review ; Chapter 16. Inter-organizational knowledge sharing system in the health sector: physicians' perspective --
Section 4. Health information technology. Chapter 17. The process of strategic, agile, innovation development: a healthcare systems implementation case study ; Chapter 18. Towards the development of smart spaces-based socio-cyber-medicine systems ; Chapter 19. Physician engagement with health information technology: implications for practice and professionalism ; Chapter 20. Adoption of ICT in implementing primary health care: achievements of the twenty-first century ; Chapter 21. General practitioners' adoption and use of ICT ; Chapter 22. ICTS, e-health, and multidisciplinary healthcare teams: promises and challenges ; Chapter 23. Steps towards interoperability in healthcare environment ; Chapter 24. Semantic interoperability-enabled architecture for connected health services --
Volume II. ; Chapter 25. Medical case based reasoning frameworks: current developments and future directions ; Chapter 26. Methodologies of legacy clinical decision support system: a review ; Chapter 27. A multiplatform decision support tool in neonatology and pediatric care --
Section 5. Health monitoring systems. Chapter 28. A trusted ubiquitous healthcare monitoring system for hospital environment ; Chapter 29. Recent advances in minimally-obtrusive monitoring of people's health ; Chapter 30. Designing smart home environments for unobtrusive monitoring for independent living: the use case of USEFIL ; Chapter 31. Design and development of real time patient monitoring system with GSM technology ; Chapter 32. Design of WSN in real time application of health monitoring system ; Chapter 33. New features for damage detection and their temperature stability ; Chapter 34. Nonlinear ultrasonics for early damage detection ; Chapter 35. Butterworth filter application for structural health monitoring ; Chapter 36. Parallel and distributed population based feature selection framework for health monitoring ; Chapter 37. A low cost pupillometry approach --
Section 6. Internet of Things. Chapter 38. Thing theory: connecting humans to smart healthcare ; Chapter 39. Reliability of IoT-aware BPMN healthcare processes --
Section 7. Mhealth and ehealth. Chapter 40. A taxonomy for mhealth ; Chapter 41. M-health in prehospital emergency medicine: experiences from the EU funded project livecity ; Chapter 42. Mobile healthcare in an increasingly connected developing world ; Chapter 43. Factors influencing physicians' acceptance of e-health in developing country: an empirical study ; Chapter 44. Ehealth service modeling for developing country: a case of emergency medical service for elderly in Asia --
Section 8. Telehealth. Chapter 45. Working anywhere for telehealth ; Chapter 46. The influence of national factors on transferring and adopting telemedicine technology: perspectives of chief information officers ; Chapter 47. A proxy-based solution for asynchronous telemedical systems ; Chapter 48. M-health telemedicine and telepresence in oral and maxillofacial surgery: an innovative prehospital healthcare concept in structurally weak areas ; Chapter 49. Mobile telemedicine systems for remote patient's chronic wound monitoring ; Chapter 50. Medco: an emergency tele-medicine system for ambulance --
Section 9. Virtual health training. Chapter 51. Who am i as a healthcare provider?: identity and transformative learning in virtual environments ; Chapter 52. Using simulation to teach security and encryption to non-technical healthcare professionals.
Responsibility: Information Resources Management Association, editor.

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"This book explores the trends, challenges, and issues related to the emergence of mobile and virtual healthcare. The book also examines how mobile technologies can best be used for the benefit of both doctors and their patients"--Provided by publisher.

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