Models, Organizational

A software tool to analyze clinical workflows from direct observations.

Publication Date: 
Aug 12, 2015

Observational data of clinical processes need to be managed in a convenient way, so that process information is reliable, valid and viable for further analysis. However, existing tools for allocating observations fail in systematic data collection of specific workflow recordings.

Exploring key factors in the choice of e-health using an asthma care mobile service model.

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Nov 20, 2009

Asthma care mobile service (ACMS) is a care platform for asthma patients using mobile phones to monitor asthma patients' real-time conditions. The anticipated benefits and development of the healthcare network platform rely on people's adoptive willingness and behavioral intention.

Prioritizing integrated mHealth strategies for universal health coverage.

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Publication Date: 
Sep 12, 2014

As countries strive toward universal health coverage, mobile wireless technologies-mHealth tools-in support of enumeration, registration, unique identification, and maintenance of health records will facilitate improved health system performance.

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

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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.

The national mobile health worker project in England.

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Publication Date: 
Jun 19, 2014

Community services provide essential care to many, often vulnerable, people, families and communities along the spectrum from health promotion to end of life care.

Closed-loop healthcare monitoring in a collaborative heart failure network.

Publication Date: 
May 14, 2014

Heart failure (HF) is a growing public health problem. The management of HF is usually multi-disciplinary and should comprise the cooperation of all groups of individuals involved in the care like clinicians, cardiologists, general practitioners, internists, nurses, relatives and patients.

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