Hospitals

Hospital Views of Factors Affecting Telemedicine Use.

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Jan 21, 2016

Telemedicine (also known as telehealth) is a means to increase access to care, one of the foundations of the Triple Aim. However, the expansion of telemedicine services in the United States has been relatively slow.

Institutionally based videoconferencing.

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Dec 08, 2015

The delivery of psychiatric care via video-teleconferencing (VTC) technology is thought to have reached a tipping point.

A smart phone/tablet based mobile health care system for developing countries.

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Oct 10, 2013

Increasing cost of health care in developing countries is placing heavy financial burden on its populations. With the advent of mobile and tablet technologies however, it is possible to reduce this burden to some extent through tele-healthcare.

Mobile phones in the hospital--past, present and future.

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Mar 21, 2003

The phenomenon of electromagnetic interference by mobile phones is real and potentially clinically significant. This has been recognised by the Department of Health and the Medical Devices Agency, leading to bans on phone use in hospitals.

[Bacterial contamination of mobile phones shared in hospital wards and the consciousness and behavior of nurses about biological cleanliness].

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Mar 01, 2011

OBJECTIVES: The purpose of this study was to clarify the contamination of mobile phones shared in hospital wards and its relationship with the consciousness and behavior of nurses about biological cleanliness.

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