Handbook of Research on Developments in E-Health and Telemedicine: Technological and Social Perspectives, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 161520671X
  • ISBN-13: 9781615206711
  • DDC: 610.285
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 888 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2009 | Published/Released April 2011
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2009

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Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Other Frontmatter.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
Detailed Table of Contents.
1: E-Health Enabling Technologies.
2: Intrabody Communications (IBC) as an Alternative Proposal for Biomedical Wearable Systems.
3: Microsystems for Wireless Sensor Networks with Biomedical Applications.
4: Hierarchical Wireless Networks of Body Sensor Networks for Healthcare Applications.
5: Patient Tracking in Critical Scenarios.
6: Semi-Automatic Vertebra Segmentation.
7: Quantum Computation Perspectives in Medical Image Processing.
8: Technical Perspective for the E-Health Care Management of Adaptive Collaboration Based on Authentication Roaming Between Different Certificate Authorities.
9: Designing a Microcontroller-Based Portable MMC/SD Card Recorder: Time and Frequency Domain Analysis of HRV Using Sequential Interbeat Times.
10: Processing and Communication Techniques for Applications in Parkinson Disease Treatment.
11: Electrocardiographic Signal Processing Applications in Telemedicine.
12: Multi-Agent Systems for the Application and Employing of E-Health Services.
13: Mobile Communication Tools Using for Disaster Recovery Model.
14: Social Challenges, Opportunities and Impact.
15: Health Care Virtual Communities: Challenges and Opportunities.
16: Website Accessibility for the Blind: A Study of E-Health Providers Under the Lens of Corporate Social Responsibility.
17: The Human Centred Approach to Bionanotechnology in Telemedicine: Ethical Considerations.
18: Online Communication and Healthcare: The Diffusion of Health-Related Virtual Communities.
19: A Client Perspective on E-Health: Illustrated with an Example from The Netherlands.
20: Empirical Evidence of Resistance to the Implementation of Electronic Prescription in Brazil.
21: A View of Health Information Exchange: Towards a Digital Health Community.
22: Organizational and Business Apects.
23: Organizational Implementation of Healthcare Information Systems.
24: E-Health Strategic Planning: Defining the E-Health Services’ Portfolio.
25: Medical Informatics: Preventive Medicine Applications via Telemedicine.
26: Knowledge Management in Healthcare.
27: Information System for Management of Organisation and Its Activity.
28: Remote Wheelchair Selection: Supporting Wheeled Mobility and Seating Device Stakeholder’s Decision in Telerehabilitation.
29: Rhetoric of Private Healthcare Offers Presented to SMEs over the Internet.
30: An Interoperable Cross-Context Architecture to Manage Distributed Personal E-Health Information.
31: A Proposed Scalable Environment for Medical Data Processing and Evaluation.
32: Ongoing Projects and Applications / Project Results.
33: Virtual Reality for Supporting Surgical Planning.