Physicians

How Consumers and Physicians View New Medical Technology: Comparative Survey.

Publication Date: 
Sep 15, 2015

BACKGROUND: As a result of the digital revolution coming to medicine, a number of new tools are becoming available and are starting to be introduced in clinical practice.

Experience of using mHealth to link village doctors with physicians: lessons from Chakaria, Bangladesh.

Publication Date: 
Aug 05, 2015

BACKGROUND: Bangladesh is facing serious shortage of trained health professionals. In the pluralistic healthcare system of Bangladesh, formal health care providers constitute only 5 % of the total workforce; the rest are informal health care providers.

The Use of Telemedicine to Address Access and Physician Workforce Shortages.

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Publication Date: 
Jul 03, 2015

The use of telemedicine technologies by primary care pediatricians, pediatric medical subspecialists, and pediatric surgical specialists (henceforth referred to as "pediatric physicians") has the potential to transform the practice of pediatrics.

Interventional decentralized telemonitoring: bridging the gap between patient's device and physician's needs in well selected indications.

Publication Date: 
Apr 02, 2015

Telemedicine comprises different concepts aiming to close a spatial distance between practitioner, medical staff and patient. It's functionality can include mere data transmission but extend as well to triggering alarms or enable consultation and therapy suggestions.

Smartphones in medicine: emerging practices in an academic medical center.

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Publication Date: 
Dec 20, 2014

Advances in mobile phone technology now provide a myriad of resources to physicians' fingertips. However, the medical profession continues to struggle with potential for misuse of these devices.

An emerging model of maternity care: smartphone, midwife, doctor?

Publication Date: 
Mar 24, 2014

BACKGROUND: Mobile technology in the form of the smartphone is widely used, particularly in pregnancy and they are an increasing and influential source of information.

Promise and challenges with the use of mobile applications to support and improve patient care: an industry perspective.

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Publication Date: 
Apr 21, 2014

Mobile applications represent an immense opportunity to support and improve patient health care, as the scope and functionality of medical apps are enabling physicians and patients to manage care in new, fast, and personalized ways.

The FDA's role in the development of medical mobile applications.

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Publication Date: 
Apr 21, 2014

The use of mobile apps is revolutionizing health-care delivery and has the potential to transform health care by allowing doctors to diagnose patients with potentially life-threatening conditions outside traditional health-care settings, as well as helping consumers manage their own health and we

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