Health information systems : concepts, methodologies, tools by Joel Rodrigues

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14. Shifting Ground for Health Information Systems: Local Embeddedness, Global Fields, and Legitimation.................................................................................................. 2218 Gianluca Miscione, International Institute for Geo-Information Science and Earth Observation, The Netherlands Knut Staring, University of Oslo, Norway xxxi Preface Health information systems play a vital role in improving the quality and efficiency of healthcare by ensuring access to and delivery of essential information.

3. Pediatric Telepsychiatry as Innovation in Healthcare Delivery.................................... 2044 Katherine M. 4. Emerging Approaches to Evaluating the Usability of Health Information Systems..... 2057 Andre W. Kushniruk, University of Victoria, Canada Elizabeth M. 5. Adaptive Awareness of Hospital Patient Information through Multiple Sentient Displays.......................................................................................................... 6. Support for Medication Safety and Compliance in Smart Home Environments..........

Xxxii Section 2, Development and Design Methodologies, presents in-depth coverage of the conceptual design and architecture of a number of health systems, including e-health services, mobile healthcare, and pervasive healthcare applications. “Patient-Centered E-Health Design,” by Alejandro Mauro and Fernán González Bernaldo de Quirós begins this section with an overview of tools and techniques needed for the design of efficient patient-centered e-health services. “Planning Successful Telemedicine and E-Health Systems” by Michael Mackert, Pamela Whitten, and Emily Krol highlights key points to consider when planning for the implementation of new telemedicine or e-health systems.

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