User-Computer Interface

Telerehabilitation approach for patients with hand impairment.

Publication Date: 
Jan 30, 2017

PURPOSE: Telerehabilitation is one of the newest branches of telemedicine which has been developed because patients need regular trainings outside the medical institution but still under specialist supervision. It helps maintain regularity of exercises and reduces costs.

Grasping the health horizon: toward a virtual, interoperable platform of health innovations.

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Publication Date: 
Nov 16, 2015

The emergence of digital health, wearables, apps, telehealth and the proliferation of health services online are all indications that health is undergoing rapid innovation.

Exploring mobile health in a private online social network.

Publication Date: 
Nov 12, 2015

Health information is very vulnerable. Certain individuals or corporate organisations will continue to steal it similar to bank account data once data is on wireless channels. Once health information is part of a social network, corresponding privacy issues also surface.

Using Telemedicine Technology to Assess Physician Outpatient Teaching.

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Nov 07, 2015

BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVES: Video conferencing technology (telemedicine) can be applied to many settings within the medical community; we assessed the feasibility of its use in conducting observations of faculty at remote family medicine teaching sites.

[Mobile technology and health applications, what are they?].

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Publication Date: 
Nov 05, 2015

There are almost as many mobile telephone connections in the world as there are people. A vast number of mHealth apps related to health and welfare are available and can be used by mobile phones, smart phones and tablets.

Clinical and surgical applications of smart glasses.

Publication Date: 
Sep 28, 2015

BACKGROUND: With the increased efforts to adopt health information technology in the healthcare field, many innovative devices have emerged to improve patient care, increase efficiency, and decrease healthcare costs.

A Context-Aware Application to Increase Elderly Users Compliance with Physical Rehabilitation Exercises at Home via Animatronic Biofeedback.

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Publication Date: 
Aug 31, 2015

Biofeedback from physical rehabilitation exercises has proved to lead to faster recovery, better outcomes, and increased patient motivation. In addition, it allows the physical rehabilitation processes carried out at the clinic to be complemented with exercises performed at home.

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