3 edition of Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care found in the catalog.
Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||edited by F.H. Roger France, J. Noothoven van Goor, and K. Staehr Johansen.|
|Series||Studies in health technology and informatics,, v. 14|
|Contributions||France, Francis H. Roger., Noothoven van Goor, J. M., Johansen, Kirsten Staehr.|
|LC Classifications||R119.95 .C37 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 207 p. :|
|Number of Pages||207|
|ISBN 10||9051991827, 4274900053|
|LC Control Number||94077522|
Studies in Health Technology and Informatics. Case-Based Telematic Systems. Towards Equity in Health Care. Volume 14 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics Edited by: F.H. Roger France, J. Noothoven Van Goor and K. Staer-Johansen , pp., hardcover ISBN: [Show full abstract] at a wide scale, using telematics, e.g. integrated computer systems at distance; (4) actions to improve health care and equity in its delivery by using resource management.
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Case-based information systems give the opportunity to study the developments of equity, quality and resource management in the new health care models.
There is today an increased interest to use case-based information systems for quality assessment and continuous quality improvement. The theme of this International Symposium, co-sponsored by EFMI (the European Federation for Medical Informatics) and WHO-Eur (the European Office of the World Health Organisation) is made of four components: (1) an ethical principle: equity in health care, that aims to social justice; (2) measurements of equity that should be case-based/population related; (3) communication of this.
The object of this work is to demonstrate the current use and benefits of telematic systems in health care. The contributors compare operational system approaches to equity in health care, and discuss the actual benefits of these approaches throughout the EC. This book presents the results of the EFMI/WHO-EUR cosponsored working sessions devoted to "Case-Based telematic systems towards equity in health care", held in Brussels in June The book expresses the commonly held view that associate information systems, telematics and healthcare would be of benefit to patients.
Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care in Belgium. Closon MC(1), Closon JP. Author information: (1)Centre for Medical Informatics, University of Louvain, St-Luc Hospital Author: Marie-Christine Closon, J.
Closon. Home» Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care in Belgium. Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care in Belgium. Primary tabsAuthor: Marie-Christine Closon, J. Closon. Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care in Belgium.
By Marie-Christine Closon and J. Closon. Topics: Health Services Accessibility, Health Care. Year: OAI identifier: oai: Volume Case - Based Telematic Systems towards Equity in Health Care Abstract The Diagnosis Related Groups patient classification scheme has been evolving for over twenty years.
An interdepartmental health equity team at the Tacoma-Pierce County Health Department, Washington, developed a Health Equity Assessment report, including numerous maps, and used various tools that have facilitated internal capacity building and external relationship building to advance Health in All Policies at the city and county level.
Case Based Telematic Systems Towards Equity In Health Care Studies In Health Technology And Informatics 14 Soft Reset Blackberry An Eye For An Eye Heroes Of Quantico Series Book 2 The Past Present And Future You A Biblical Key To Overcoming Your Past.
The application of computing technology to healthcare is long-established and rapidly growing, with new horizons opening up rapidly as a result of increased processing power, lower costs, increased recognition of the potential improvements to health care and its delivery, and the managerial and research potential of quality databases capable of easier analysis.
Rigby, M. and Nolder, D. () Lessons from a Health System on Opportunities and Threats to Quality from Network Recorded Systems, in Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care studies in health technology and informatics Vol.
(eds F. Roger-France, J. Noothoven van Goor and K. Staer-Johansen). IOS Press, Amsterdam. HEALTH TELEMATICS AND ITS SOCIETAL IMPLICATIONS G.W. Brauer Associate Professor, School of Health Information Science, University of Victoria, Canada Keywords: Health telematics, telemedicine, telehealth, tele-education, developing countries, health care systems, sustainability, information technology, health informatics, societal impact.
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Subjects. Medicine. 32 Roger-France F, Noothoven van JGoor, Staehr-Johansen K. Case-Based Telematic Systems Towards Equity in Health Care (Studies in Health Technology. In: Roger-France F, Noothoven van Goor J, Staehr-Johansen K, eds. Case-based telematic systems towards equity in health care (studies inh ealth technology and.
M.J. Rigby, S.C. Robins: A networked patient-based integrated care system as a basis for the achievement of quality in practice, in: F. Roger-France, J. Noothoven van Goor, K. Statr-Johansen (Eds.), Case-Based Telematic Systems Towards Equity in Health Care, Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, vol.
14, IOS Press, Amsterdam, Case-Based Telematic Systems, Towards Equity in Health Care (Studies in Health Technology and Informatics, 14) by Editor-Francis H.
Roger; Editor-J. Noothoven Van Goor; Editor-K. Staer-Johansen. Ios Pr Inc. ISBN See Item Details ExtremelyReliable. AVERAGE. Richmond, TX, USA $Price: $ In this book a case is made for reorientation of telematic activity towards the use of "low tech" (social) technologies supported by "Health for All" philosophies.
This book uses several case studies of pilot schemes to illustrate how the models can be applied in a variety of settings. You are being directed to a third-party website.
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The provision of quality training and education, both as part of the clinical curriculum and also externally to practising clinicians, will play an important role in the success of telemedicine.R.
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