Hospital Information Systems

An analysis of application of health informatics in Traditional Medicine: A review of four Traditional Medicine Systems.

Publication Date: 
Oct 03, 2015

OBJECTIVE: This paper shall first investigate the informatics areas and applications of the four Traditional Medicine systems - Traditional Chinese Medicine (TCM), Ayurveda, Traditional Arabic and Islamic Medicine and Traditional Malay Medicine.

Mobile's impact on hospital IT security in 2013: how your institution can adapt to BYOD.

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Sep 11, 2013

Just as ID theft of patient information has become largely a low-tech problem frequently involving the participation of physical security, so does the latest threat to protecting privacy, BYOD. In the article, the author spells out the problems and proposes solutions.

Avoid the paper chase. Real-time, wireless patient documentation helps therapists save both time and money.

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Mar 31, 1999

UNLABELLED: Good Shepherd Medical Center's physical therapy clinic, Longview, Texas.

PROBLEM: Streamlining documentation processes in hard-to-reach areas of an off-site facility.

SOLUTION: Implementing handheld, point-of-care devices for real-time documentation.

Advantages of low output mobile communication systems in hospitals.

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Nov 03, 2000

Mobile telephone systems using radio waves with very low power outputs rarely interfere with electronic medical equipment, which allows them to be safely installed in hospitals. The Personal Handy-phone System, PHS, which was developed and is widely used in Japan, is one such system.

Pen-based computing: applications in clinical medicine.

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Mar 30, 2001

Handheld, pen-based computing is an affordable, empowering technology that has application in small practice settings as well as in hospital-wide environments.

The palm as a real-time wide-area data-access device.

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Feb 07, 2002

Handheld wireless technologies offer great promise in helping to improve healthcare. However, it is not clear whether off-the-shelf wireless networking will work as well within medical centers as this technology works outside of the medical center.

Enterprise digital assistants: the progression of wireless clinical computing.

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May 23, 2002

By virtue of increasingly pervasive wireless connectivity, the proliferation of wireless handheld devices in clinical care is rapidly transforming the concept of the personal digital assistant (PDA) to the enterprise digital assistant (EDA).

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