Medical Records Systems, Computerized

Adoption of health information technologies by physicians for clinical practice: The Andalusian case.

Publication Date: 
May 08, 2015

OBJECTIVES: We investigated the level of adoption of Health Information Technologies (HIT) services, and the factors that influence this, amongst specialised and primary care physicians; in Andalusia, Spain.

[Medicine 2.0: the stakes of participatory medicine].

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Publication Date: 
Oct 05, 2009

Web 2.0: interactive, collaborative tools (wikis, social networks, blogs, virtual worlds) make Internet users active participants rather than simple consumers.

Requirements regarding quality certification of Electronic Health Records.

Publication Date: 
Sep 11, 2009

Quality assurance is a major task with regard to the implementation of Electronic Health Records (EHRs). Currently there are only a few approaches explicitly dealing with the quality of EHR services.

Tracking and visualizing chronic headache trends through the use of linked mobile and desktop websites.

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Publication Date: 
Jul 04, 2013

Many people suffering from chronic headaches use headache diaries to help track trends in their episodes. Studies have shown that electronic headache diaries are more effective than paper diaries for both patients and providers.

A sophisticated mechanism for enabling real-time mobile access to PHR data.

Publication Date: 
Jul 04, 2013

Faced with rapid changes, such as growing complexity in care delivery, health systems nowadays fall short in their ability to translate knowledge into practice.

Android-based access to holistic emergency care record.

Publication Date: 
Jul 04, 2013

This paper is concerned with the development of an Emergency Medical Services (EMS) system which interfaces with a Holistic Emergency Care Record (HECR) that aims at managing emergency care holistically by supporting EMS processes and is accessible by Android-enabled mobile devices.

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