Cooperative Behavior

Assessing the Impact of Telemedicine on Nursing Care in Intensive Care Units.

Publication Date: 
Jan 02, 2016

BACKGROUND: Information on the impact of tele-intensive care on nursing and priority areas of nursing care is limited.

OBJECTIVES: To conduct a national benchmarking survey of nurses working in intensive care telemedicine facilities in the United States.

Acquisition, Analysis, and Sharing of Data in 2015 and Beyond: A Survey of the Landscape: A Conference Report From the American Heart Association Data Summit 2015.

Aligning health information technologies with effective service delivery models to improve chronic disease care.

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Publication Date: 
Aug 06, 2014

OBJECTIVE: Healthcare reforms in the United States, including the Affordable Care and HITECH Acts, and the NCQA criteria for the Patient Centered Medical Home have promoted health information technology (HIT) and the integration of general medical and mental health services.

Initiating collaboration among organ transplant professionals through Web portals and mobile applications.

Publication Date: 
Jun 13, 2013

The knowledge base for healthcare providers working in the field of organ transplantation has grown exponentially. However, the field has no centralized 'space' dedicated to efficient access and sharing of information.

Clinical management apps: creating partnerships between providers and patients.

Publication Date: 
Dec 06, 2013

The market for health applications, or apps, on mobile devices is growing rap­idly, with over 40,000 currently in use. One type of app technology--clinical manage­ment apps--enable patients and providers to work together to manage chronic conditions, particularly diabetes and asthma.

What we can really expect from telemedicine in intensive diabetes treatment: 10 years later.

Publication Date: 
Mar 13, 2013

During the last 10 years many new telematic systems aiming at support of diabetes treatment have been designed and developed. Most systems that were applied in clinical randomized trials used the classical approach, with data transfers from patients performed usually once every few days.