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e-health

(Electronic-HEALTH) An umbrella term for health information via electronic means. It encompasses healthcare information systems, including the management and sharing of healthcare records, the dissemination of healthcare information, both privately and publicly, medical research and consumer healthcare Web sites. See healthcare IT.
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The WHO is always willing to help countries go through the process of creating their e-health strategy in terms of providing support on how to budget, formulate policies and put together the strategy and showing them which direction to follow," he said.
Global E-Health market is expected to reach USD 308.
At the 2014 CGI Annual Meeting, held in New York City, SES announced its Commitment to Action, in the form of the e-health platform SATMED.
LANI ROSE R DIZON DOHA WITH programmes currently underway to develop Qatar's e-health infrastructure, the country needs to formulate its own health data protection law, an official from the World Health Organisation (WHO) said on Thursday.
org/) pledge to support the ONC's Consumer e-Health Program.
com)-- Stuttgart, Germany — E-health reaches the cloud with solutions, which provide a large range of services for a wide variety of companies and institutions active in the health sector.
The Rudd Government's recently released National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission (NHHRC) report was fresh in everyone's mind (National Health and Hospitals Reform Commission 2009), as was the impending tabling in Parliament of the National Healthcare Identifiers legislation in the Health Identifiers Bill 2010, a key component of the National E-Health Transition Authorities (NEHTA) National e-Health Infrastructure.
Which of the following measures do you think will play the most crucial role in advancing e-health in the United States?
The book discusses the role of e-health in helping patients get access to health information, psychological aspects of e-health, health records, disability determinations, e-health marketing, health care quality and cost transparency, e-health in rural communities, and other topics.
WASHINGTON -- Although e-health activities are becoming commonplace, a variety of legal, financial, and logistical issues still must be addressed for the technology to realize its potential for physicians and patients, the American College of Physicians said in a position paper.
Healthvision, a healthcare information technology (HIT) solutions provider and Misys will join Healthvision's e-Health Interoperability Exchange Partnership Program with the addition of their EMR product.
The plan calls for a "European e-Health Area" across member states through the use of EHRs, patient identifiers, health cards, and the faster rollout of high-speed Internet access for health systems.