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EHRs are a vital part of health IT and can: Contain a patient's medical history, diagnoses, medications, treatment plans, immunization dates, allergies, radiology images, and laboratory and test results. Allow access to evidence-based tools that providers can use to make decisions about a patient's care.

EHRs are a vital part of health IT and can: Contain a patient's medical history, diagnoses, medications, treatment plans, immunization dates, allergies, radiology images, and laboratory and test results. Allow access to evidence-based tools that providers can use to make decisions about a patient's care.

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  1. 1. e-Health function and Applications Dr. Anjalatchi Muthukumaran Vice principal Era college of nursing
  2. 2. As per syllabus  Function and application of risk management process
  3. 3. Function of E health application
  4. 4. Content of the chapter  Introduction  NGN : Next Generation Networks  QOS : Quality of Service  Mapping  Tele-Consultation  e-Health Related services  m-Health  Disease Management Scopes  Benefits and Challenges  Conclusion and Future Scopes
  5. 5. Application of E health in health care services
  6. 6. What is E health ?
  7. 7. e-HEALTH is defined as:  Application of the Internet and other related technologies in the healthcare industry to improve the  o Access  o Efficiency  o Effectiveness  o Quality of treatment  o Business processes utilized by healthcare organizations, practitioners, patients and consumers with the help of next generation networks (NGN) to Improve the health status of patients.
  8. 8. Definition of E -health
  9. 9. WHO defines  e-Health as a e-Health is the cost effective and secure use of information and communication technologies in support of the health and health related fields including healthcare, health surveillance and health education, knowledge and research.
  10. 10. What is E health
  11. 11. Important of E health
  12. 12. Area for application e health  E health with OPD services  E health with online registration  E health with IPD services  E health with investigation like radiology, ultra-sonography, CT, MRI, PET etc,  E health with consultation for various speciality  E health with robotic surgery  E health endoscopy ,bronchoscopy/ laproscopy etc
  13. 13. Application of E health
  14. 14. Type of services includes
  15. 15. Continued  E with health treatment ,  E health with notification  E health with tender for work  E health with preventive measure  E health with education  E health with research  E health with advance technology in all the filed
  16. 16. Next Generation Network( NGN)  NGN : Next Generation Networks  With recent trends and technology advancement in the development of converged broadband next generation networks (NGNs) and advanced multimedia services, the potential has increased in delivering of various e- Health services to end users “anywhere, anytime”.
  17. 17. Quality of Services (QoS) QoS : Quality of Service  The wide variety of e-Health services impose different Quality of Service (QoS) requirements on underlying networks.
  18. 18. Quos Requirements for e-Health Services  e-Health Service Classification  Multimedia Conferencing  a) Still and Streaming Medical Images  b) Transmission of Patient Vital Signs  c) Tele-Robotic System  d) Research and Education
  19. 19. Mapping of e-Health services  Mapping in e-Health is a particular service may comprise multiple media types and traffic flows that may need to be mapped to different areas where the service is required.
  20. 20. Continued
  21. 21. Tele medicine
  22. 22. Tele-Consultation  Tele-Consult or e-consult or Tele- Medicine  It involves real-time video conferencing and streaming of ECG signals between a patient and a doctor.  The service enables a patient or doctor to initiate an e-consult session using an appropriate research prototype client service media
  23. 23. Images of telemedicine /consultation
  24. 24. e-Health Related services  Index of available programs and services.  Calendar of events.  Patient satisfaction surveys.  Service provider directories.  Patient e-mail services.  Health news.
  25. 25. e-Health Related services • Index of available programs and services. •Calendar of events. Patient satisfaction surveys. Service provider directories. Patient e-mail services. Health news.
  26. 26. m-Health • m-Health includes the use of mobile devices in collecting aggregate and patient level health data. • Providing healthcare information to practitioners, researchers, and the patients. • It ensures a great support to the e- Health programs.
  27. 27. E pharmacies
  28. 28. National E health Authority
  29. 29. Disease management scopes  Health risks assessment  Patient support groups  Online discussion forums  Moderated chat with guest experts comprehensive patient education  “Ask an expert” triage for patients seeking medical advice  Electronic newsletter subscription
  30. 30. Benefits of e-Health  Improve communication among healthcare stakeholders.  Facilitate better decision support.  Reduce medical errors.  Enhance reporting capabilities.  Encourage disease prevention and wellness.
  31. 31. e-Health challenges 6 main areas of e-Health challenges are...  Information (Inaccurate and Incomplete) Human resources (Inadequate or Brain- drained) Infrastructure Quality and security of data. Financial and legal issues.  Authenticity
  32. 32. conclusion and Future Scope  Developed research and training in this field.  Working of Govt. And Private sectors in a parallel manner.  Prioritization of the information flow with ICT.  Public support.  Advancement of technologies.  Lead a long, healthy and a prosperous life.
  33. 33. Conclusion  1. The global eHealth market is estimated at US $310 billion by 2022, and is growing on every continent.  2. The recent years have shown a tremendous growth in e- healthcare, thanks to the ever evolving wireless and sensor technologies.  3. The relatively larger e-healthcare architecture has become light, convenient and cost-effective with the advent of smartphones.  4. With the available mobile and e-healthcare systems and devices have drastically changed the nature of health management and treatment.  5. Looking forward to the future of mobile/ e-healthcare systems, it is more than clear that IoT and smartphones with multi-functionality medicinal feature will bring the intelligence, ease and smartness in the global healthcare sector. “With the development of e-health and wireless communication, the way in which doctors care for patients will change dramatically and the role patients take in their own healthcare will increase. Healthcare will become more personalized through tailoring of interventions to individual patients”
  34. 34. References • Eysenbach G. What is e-health? Journal of Medical Internet Research. 2001; 3(2, article e20) • Vergados DD. Simulation and modeling bandwidth control in wireless healthcare information systems. Simulation. • Vouyioukas D, Maglogiannis I, Komnakos D. Emergency M-Health services through highspeed 3G systems. • Java Media Framework API, online link : http://java.sun.com/products/java-media/jmf/. • PhysioBank, http://www.physionet.org/physiobank/.

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