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Evaluating a web-based interface for Internet telemedicine
by National Aeronautics and Space Administration, National Technical Information Service, distributor in [Washington, DC, Springfield, Va
Written in English
|Other titles||Evaluating a web based interface for Internet telemedicine|
|Statement||Corinna E. Lathan ... [et al.].|
|Series||NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-207484|
|Contributions||Lathan, Corinna E., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.|
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Fig. presents a general architecture of a telemedicine system. A patient requiring medical attention approaches the nearby local health center where a local health professional (may not be a certified doctor) attends the patient and does the primary health check-up. This unit consists of basic diagnostic equipment and tele-consultation devices linked via PC and Internet to the city . Electronic processes and communication technologies are more and more often employed to provide healthcare services to caregivers and their patients. Such solutions are currently referred as e-health, the most popular and widely distributed being those based on telemedicine and mobile health (m-health). A specific application of telemedicine for Cited by:
For more than 30 years, clinicians, health services researchers, and others have been investigating the use of advanced telecommunications and information technologies to improve health care. At the intersection of many of these efforts lies telemedicine—a combination of innovative and mainstream. These systems allow real-time Internet video teleconferencing between remotely located users over computer systems. This report describes the project and the evaluation methods utilized for monitoring effectiveness of the communications. The Spacebridge to Russia Project is a testbed for Internet-based by:
Heuristic evaluation is an effective usability inspection method for discovering the most serious problems with a low investment of resources, while representing a high cost-benefit ratio. During the heuristic evaluation, a group of usability experts examine the user interface design according to a set of usability guidelines. Overcoming 4 Challenges in Implementing Telemedicine, Healthcare's Next Frontier Unless you have been living under a rock, you know hospitals and health systems are implementing telemedicine programs.
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INTRODUCTION Despitetheexponentialgrowthin the number of telemedicine projects and systems, relatively little attention has been paid to the human factors issues associated with designing such systems. However, the design of the human-computer or human-technology interface is the key to optimizing human Size: 2MB.
A low-cost usability engineering methodology (heuristic evaluation combined with small-scale expert assessment) is examined in the context of the design and development of a Web-based telemedicine Cited by: Get this from a library.
Evaluating a web-based interface for Internet telemedicine. [Corinna E Lathan; United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration.;]. Heuristic evaluation of a web-based interface for internet telemedicine.
Lathan CE(1), Sebrechts MM, Newman DJ, Doarn CR. Author information: (1)Biomedical Engineering, The Catholic University of America, Washington, DCby: An Internet-based store-and-retrieval telemedicine system to communicate between patients and their healthcare provider was tested.
The system requires no specialized equipment, is. Evaluation should also consider outputs and outcomes for immediate results and intermediate goals, respectively. Therefore, evaluating telemedicine entails incorporating all these aspects with medical, technical, psycho-social, organizational, business, political, and societal by: The primary authors’ experience in the field of Web-based telemedicine systems is basically represented by the design, implementation and testing of a system for managing diabetic patients, developed in the context of the EU funded T-IDDM project.
Work within this project (–) has been aimed at developing an intelligent telemedicine Cited by: The term telemedicine evokes images of collaborative technologies in which physicians participate in an arena of computers and complex software.
All this sophistication is created for communicating in ways that seem to have little benefit for the patient. The term Internet is a catch-all that includes everything from on-line auctions to ways to plan a by: 3.
Formative evaluation of a telemedicine model for delivering clinical neurophysiology services part II: the referring clinician and patient perspective BMC Medical Informatics and Decision Making Satisfied: teleneurophysiology improved satisfaction with waiting times, availability of results and impact on patient managementCited by: Telekit uses an open source platform, OpenTele, which collects health data from citizens at home via an application.
The system consists of a web-based and mobile healthcare platform. The web portal is the clinicians’ tool for interacting with the patient. Clinicians receive measurements, view, and analyse the patient's health by: This approach introduced the idea of using a web-based interface to access the patient medical records and support telemedicine.
Ina web-based telemedicine system was. According to one of the numerous definitions of telemedicine "providing medicine at a distance" any doctor being trained in the use of some telematic devices could effort that practice.
The reality is far from this because, to assure a safe practice, people have to learn and bear a minimum understanding of a wide range of topics: from economics to telecommunications and from. Web-based Medical Informatics to support Telemedicine System. of human body sensors and processing then sending via internet to professional Physician for.
Eight Challenges for Developing Telemedicine Applications. Evaluating a Web-Based Interface for Internet Telemedicine. to the design and development of a web-based telemedicine system.
Darkins and Dr. Cary share their knowledge and provide practical insights and advice on making telemedicine programs into successful clinical services and a productive business.
The book gives background knowledge and useful tips on starting up and managing programs in an array of settings.4/5(1). The term telemedicine refers to the utilization of telecommunication technology for medical diagnosis, treatment, and patient care .
The aim of telemedicine is to provide expert-based healthcare to understaffed remote sites through modern telecommunication (wireless communications) and information by: A low-cost usability engineering methodology (heuristic evaluation combined with small-scale expert assessment) is examined in the context of the design and development of a Web-based telemedicine.
Heuristic evaluation of a Web-based interface for internet telemedicine. Journal of Telemedicine and e-Health ; Google Scholar LeRouge, C, Garfield, M., Hevner, S., Quality attributes in Telemedicine Video Conferencing.
Heuristic Evaluation of a Web-based Interface for Internet Telemedicine. Corinna E. Lathan, March M. Sebrechts, Dava J. Newman, A Usability Evaluation for Telemedicine Medical Equipment.
Deborah P. Birkmire-Peters, Leslie J. Peters, and ; Book Reviews. Cybermedicine: How Computing Empowers Doctors and Patients for Better Health. Evaluation is a form of applied research. It seeks not just to build knowledge but also to provide information useful to decisionmakers.
As discussed in Chapter 1, decisionmakers have sharply increased their demand for evidence of the effectiveness of medical ians, manufacturers, health officials, and others interested in the potential benefits of telemedicine.
An Analysis of Telemedicine Experiences and Services in Chile. By Antonio Rienzo Renato. Part of book: Telehealth. 2. Innovative Medical Devices for Telemedicine Applications. By Agostino Giorgio. Part of book: Telemedicine Techniques and Applications.
3. Telemedicine: Reducing Trauma in Evaluating Abuse. By Sunshine Arnold and Debra Esernio. Provide simple/intuitive user interfaces that facilitate the understanding and work of all healthcare team members including the patient.TELEMEDICINE in Member States.
WHO Library Cataloguing-in-Publication Data The importance of evaluation within the field of telemedicine cannot be overstated: the field is the Internet, and cell phones, are revolutionizing how individuals communicate with each other, seek and exchange information, and enriching their lives.