User-Driven Healthcare: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications, 1st Edition

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  • ISBN-10: 1466627719
  • ISBN-13: 9781466627710
  • DDC: 616
  • Grade Level Range: College Freshman - College Senior
  • 1512 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2013 | Published/Released October 2013
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2013

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User-Driven Healthcare: Concepts, Methodologies, Tools, and Applications provides a global discussion on the practice of user driven learning in healthcare and connected disciplines and its influence on learning through clinical problem solving. This book brings together different perspectives for researchers and practitioners to develop a comprehensive framework of user-driven healthcare.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Editorial Board.
List of Contributors.
Table of Contents.
1: Fundamental Concepts and Theories.
2: The User Driven Learning Environment.
3: Information Technology and Resistance to Public Sector Reforms: A Case Study in Kenya.
4: Electronic Health Record: Adoption, Considerations and Future Direction.
5: The Promises and Challenges of Health Information Technology.
6: Patient Centered Medicine and Technology Adaptation.
7: Technology as a Bridge between Health Care Systems and Older Adults.
8: The Health Informatics Professional.
9: Supporting Family-Based Care for Aged Patients with Chronic Illness.
10: Human-Centered Design for Health Information Technology: A Qualitative Approach.
11: Online Health Communities and Health Literacy: Applying a Framework for Understanding Domains of Health Literacy.
12: E-Health and Digital Inclusion.
13: ICTS and Their Role in Health Promotion: A Preliminary Situation Analysis in Selected Botswana Rural Communities.
14: Information Security Standards for Health Information Systems: The Implementer's Approach.
15: Tools and Technologies.
16: RFID Applications in E-Healthcare.
17: Generating Indicators for Diagnosis of Fault Levels by Integrating Information from Two or More Sensors.
18: E-Health Communities for Learning Healthy Habits: How to Consider Quality and Usability.
19: A Centralized Real-Time E-Healthcare System for Remote Detection and Prediction of Epileptic Seizures.
20: Overview of the ISO/IEEE11073 Family of Standards and their Applications to Health Monitoring.
21: Electronic Health Record Implementation in the United States Healthcare Industry: Making the Process of Change Manageable.
22: e-Health Technologies in Home Care Nursing: Recent Survey Results and Subsequent Ethical Issues.
23: Advanced Video Distribution for Wireless E-Healthcare Systems.
24: Cyber Physical Security Solutions for Pervasive Health Monitoring Systems.
25: Using Biometrics to Secure Patient Health Information.
26: Mapping Input Technology to Ability.
27: A Simple Web-Based Image Database System for Facilitating Medical Care in Dermatological Clinics.
28: Grid for Post Operative Care Through Wireless Sensor Networks.
29: Frameworks and Methodologies.
30: Identifying the Essential Design Requirements for Usable E-Health Communities in Mobile Devices.
1: Frameworks and Methodologies.
2: User Diversity as a Challenge for the Integration of Medical Technology into Future Smart Home Environments.
3: “Developed in the South”: An Evolutionary and Prototyping Approach to Developing Scalable and Sustainable Health Information Systems.
4: End-User Participation in Health IT Development: The EUPHIT Method.
5: Resolving and Mediating Ambiguous Contexts in Pervasive Environments.
6: Developing Community Ontologies in User Driven Healthcare.
7: Ubiquitous Information Therapy Service through Social Networking Libraries: An Operational Web 2.0 Service Model.
8: Design and Implementation of Mobile-Based Technology in Strengthening Health Information System: Aligning mHealth Solutions to Infrastructures.
9: Health Information Exchange for Improving the Efficiency and Quality of Healthcare Delivery.
10: The Protocols of Privileged Information Handling in an E-Health Context: Australia.
11: European E-Health Framework: Towards More “Patient-Friendly” Healthcare Services?.
12: E-Health Business Models Prototyping by Incremental Design.
13: A Strategic Approach to e-Health Interoperability Using e-Government Frameworks.
14: Developing a Competitive City through Healthy Decision-Making.
15: Cases and Applications.
16: Key Health Information Systems Outsourcing Issues from Six Hospital Cases.
17: An E-Health System for Promoting Wellbeing in the Elderly: The Butler System.
18: Australian Patient Organizations: Using Digital Technologies to Engage Health Citizen Communities in Health Policy.
19: Rural E-Health Infrastructure Development.
20: An Overview of E-Health Development in Australia.
21: Brazilian Occupational Therapy Perspective about Digital Games as an Inclusive Resource to Disabled People in Schools.
22: E-Health Knowledge Management by Australian University Students.
23: An Exploration of the Experiences of Migrant Women: Implications for Policy Development of Effective User Driven Health Care Delivery Systems.
24: The Development of the English National Health Information Infrastructure.
25: The Development of a Regional Health Information Infrastructure in Greece.
26: Case Studies in Customization of E-Health Services.
27: From Idea to Use: Lessons Learned From a Participatory ICT Healthcare Case Study.
28: Patients with a Spinal Cord Injury Inform and Co-Construct Services at a Spinal Cord Rehabilitation Unit.
29: Stomodeum to Proctodeum: Email Narratives on Clinical Problem Solving in Gastroenterology.
30: Issues and Challenges.
31: Conceiving Community Knowledge Records as e-Governance Concerns in Wired Healthcare Provision.
1: Issues and Challenges.
2: Identity Management and Audit Trail Support for Privacy Protection in E-Health Networks.
3: Evaluation Considerations for E-Health Systems.
4: Privacy and Security in E-Health Applications.
5: Foundations of Trust for E-Health.
6: Legal Issues in E-Healthcare Systems.
7: Representing Organizational Conservation of Information: A Review of Telemedicine and E-Helth in Georgia.
8: Implementation Issues on a National Electronic Health Record Network.
9: Caught in the Web: The Internet and the Demise of Medical Privacy.
10: Interprofessional Care and Health Care Complexity: Factors Shaping Human Resources Effectiveness in Health Information Management.
11: Reframing Dichotomies: Human Experiential Design of Healthcare Technologies.
12: Ethical Guidelines for the Quality Assessment of Healthcare.
13: Unlearning and Relearning in Online Health Education.
14: The Concept of Interoperability for AAL Systems.
15: Emerging Trends.
16: Privacy Considerations for Electronic Health Records.
17: Secure Exchange of Electronic Health Records.
18: A Medical Data Trustworthiness Assessment Model.
19: Usability Engineering and E-Health.
20: Dynamic Stress Management: Self-Help Through Holistic System Design.
21: Will Comparative Effectiveness Research Lead to Healthcare Rationing?.
22: Health 2.0 and Medicine 2.0: Safety, Ownership and Privacy Issues.
23: Potential of WEB Based Learning in Managing for the Sustained Success of a Healthcare Organization Based on IMPROHEALTH® Project.
24: The Evolving Role of Pharmacoinformatics in Targeting Drug-Related Problems in Clinical Oncology Practice.
25: Emerging Trends in User-Driven Healthcare: Negotiating Disclosure in Online Health Community Organizations.
26: The Emerging Hispanic Use of Online Health Information in the United States: Cultural Convergence or Dissociation?.
27: E-Discovery and Health Care IT: An Investigation.
28: The Nationwide Health Information Network: A Biometric Approach to Prevent Medical Identity Theft.