Technology application, Company systems management, Health care industry, Online education -- Technology application, Health care industry -- Information management, Health care industry -- Study and teaching, Medicine, Experimental -- Study and teaching, and Medical research -- Study and teaching
Description of Virtual Medial Campus Graz's e-learning process is given. It is now possible to make human medicine curriculum digitally accessible to a target population of 4500 students and teachers.
Health care industry, Microcontroller, Semiconductor industry, Technology application, Health care industry -- Technology application, Microcontrollers -- Technology application, Sensors -- Technology application, and Semiconductor industry -- Technology application
Renesas Electronics Corporation, a premier supplier of advanced semiconductor solutions, today announced the RL78/G11 Group of microcontrollers (MCUs), a group of small-package, low-power MCUs that will enable users to easily [...]
Appliance Design. Nov 2017, Vol. 65 Issue 11, p12, 5 p.
Health care industry, Bluetooth technology, Technology application, Wi-Fi -- Technology application, Health care industry -- Technology application, Bluetooth technology -- Technology application, and Antennas (Electronics) -- Technology application
In an increasingly connected world with the introduction of machine-to-machine (M2M) communications, technologies such as Bluetooth, ZigBee, Z-wave, and Wi-Fi have opened up wireless prototyping opportunities not only for major [...]
Cheng, Po-Hsun, Chen, Heng-Shuen, Lai, Feipei, and Lai, Jin-Shin
Telemedicine and e-Health. April 2010, Vol. 16 Issue 3, p314, 13 p.
Health care industry, Company business management, Technology application, Company systems management, Medical informatics -- Management, Health care industry -- Technology application, Health care industry -- Information management, and E-health -- Methods
Introduction Strategic use of information technologies (ITs) is a research field that strategically and optimally obtains the organizational needs from the several possibilities supplied by the latest feasible hardware and [...] This article illustrates a Web-based health information system that is comprised of specific information exchange standards related to health information for healthcare services in National Taiwan University Health System. Through multidisciplinary teamwork, medical and informatics experts collaborated and studied on system scope definition, standard selection challenges, system implementation barriers, system management outcomes, and further expandability of other systems. After user requirement analysis and prototyping, from 2005 to 2008, an online clinical decision support system with multiple functions of reminding and information push was implemented. It was to replace its original legacy systems and serve among the main hospital and three branches of 180-200 clinics and 7,500-8,000 patient visits per day. To evaluate the effectiveness of this system, user surveys were performed, which revealed that the average score of user satisfaction increased from 2.80 to 3.18 on a 4-point scale. Among the items, especially e-learning for training service, courtesy communications for system requests, and courtesy communications for system operations showed statistically significant improvement. From this study, the authors concluded that standardized information exchange technologies can be used to create a brand new enterprise value and steadily obtain more competitive advantages for a prestige healthcare system. Key words: information management, e-health, policy, medical records, business administration/economics