e-health


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E-health

Informatics A philosophy that empowers–E = electronic–health care consumers by bringing information, products and services online

e-health

(ē'helth)
Health services and information on the Internet.

e-health

The application of electronic information technology to health care by using websites providing a common set of standards across operating systems.
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The Health e-Technologies Initiative, a new national program of The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation[R] (RWJF), has issued a call for research proposals that address the challenges related to the scientific methodology, design, evaluation and outcome of e-health applications, specifically their ability to support and maintain health behavior change or enhance patient self-management of chronic disease.
The 12-page monthly, supplemented by e-health updates, features "expert advice that will help physician practices learn how to implement and comply with the HIPAA standards and how they can become more efficient and profitable using emerging e-health technologies.
The magazine says the current number of e-health consumers will double, to 68 million Americans, by 2003.
The Australian Government is a leader in strategic trans-sector thinking, is linking e-health developments to the National Broadband Network.
SATMED is an e-Health platform conceived by SES TechCom and supported by the Luxembourg Government and the Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action.
commitments towards greater political coordination between the different areas in which e-health can increase the health benefits of citizens; 2.
In recent months NEHTA commissioned a public opinion poll to seek the views of the Australian public on e-health and the emergence of electronic records.
Coverage includes an overview of e-health; e-health systems and environments; foundational knowledge of e-health in areas such as e-health records, e-public health information systems, and e-networks; general and specific domains and applications of e-health, including e-rehabilitation, e- medicine, e-home care, e-diagnosis support systems, and e-health intelligence; e-health strategies and impacts; and new and emerging e-technologies.
Since its inception last September, the E-Health Resource Center has led the way in amassing the best insight into this rapidly evolving aspect of health care.
Yet joined together, the managed care and e-health revolutions may yet succeed.
BuddeComm believes that the alternative to not embracing e-health is to accept a significantly inferior healthcare service in the future.
E-health authority intends to sign a framework agreement with a communications partner who can support E-Health Authority with the strategic work when the new brand will be built up, and that can deliver in all areas in the procurement.