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  • eHealth and Ageing. ICT can be our most powerful ally for good and affordable healthcare

    European Commission. (s.f.). Digital Agenda for Europe. Recuperado el 24 de April de 2014, de eHealth and Ageing: http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ehealth-and-ageing

    Available: http://ec.europa.eu/digital-agenda/en/ehealth-and-ageing

    "Because Europeans live longer than ever, and because of new and expensive treatments, the costs of health and social care will rise substantially to about 9% of EU GDP in 2050. ICT can be our most powerful ally to maintain cost efficient and high quality health and social care, as it empowers people of every age to better manage their health and quality of life, in any place."

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  • Green Paper on mobile Health

    Etiquetado:
    European Commission. DG Communications Networks, Content & Technology; COM(2014) 219 final. Available online at: http://bit.ly/1nbq1JO

    Available online at: http://bit.ly/1nbq1JO

    “(…) The Green Paper considers the potential of mHealth and its technological aspects and presents the issues where stakeholder input is sought. It also analyses mHealth potential to maintain and improve patients' health and well-being and encourage their empowerment.

    Many of the issues may not be within the competence of EU law, but the EU can still act as a clearing house for best practice and can help to stimulate innovation in an area of huge potential.

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  • mHealth Support Tools for Improving the Performance of Frontline Health Workers: An Inventory and Analytical Review

    Etiquetado:
    Hima Batavia and Nadi KaongaH, mHealth Support Tools for Improving the Performance of Frontline Health Workers: An Inventory and Analytical Review. Washington, D.C.: mHealth Alliance; [Mar. 2014]. Available online at: http://bit.ly/1j8B3c1

    Available online at: http://bit.ly/1j8B3c1

    “This report outlines the findings from a three-pronged approach that includes:
    1. Establishing a database of existing mHealth tools related to FLHW performance and accountability
    2. Conducting a literature review on the evidence base of using mHealth tools to improve FLHW performance and accountability
    3. Developing a framework to guide the adaptation of paper-based content into mobile-friendly content.

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  • Report - mHealth and Neonatal Resuscitation: A Review of Interventions, Approaches and Applications

    Etiquetado:
    Namita Agravat, MPH, mHealth and Neonatal Resuscitation- A Review of Interventions, Approaches and Applications. Washington, D.C.: mHealth Alliance; [Dec. 2013]. Available online at: http://bit.ly/P96dbi

    Available online at: http://bit.ly/P96dbi

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  • Caribbean Webinar Series March 18 2014 : Public eHealth: How to (Daniel Doane)

    Public eHealth in the Caribbean, Powerpoint Presentation by Daniel Doane March 18 2013 for the eSAC Caribbean Webinar Series.

    March 18: Public eHealth: How to (Policy and Implementation)
    This session highlighted local/regional plans surrounding public ehealth. Where is the Caribbean heading and what is the best way to get there?

    Speakers:
    Daniel Doane, Senior health information systems consultant with over 15 years’ experience in the strategic planning, implementation and use of health information technologies in public health primary care and hospital-based settings, and has provided expertise to health organizations in Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.

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  • Caribbean Webinar Series March 18 2014 : Public eHealth: How to (Tomas Sandor)

    Public eHealth in the Caribbean, Powerpoint Presentation by Dr. Tomas Sandor March 18 2013 for the eSAC Caribbean Webinar Series.

    March 18: Public eHealth: How to (Policy and Implementation)
    This session highlighted local/regional plans surrounding public ehealth. Where is the Caribbean heading and what is the best way to get there?

    Speakers:
    Daniel Doane, Senior health information systems consultant with over 15 years’ experience in the strategic planning, implementation and use of health information technologies in public health primary care and hospital-based settings, and has provided expertise to health organizations in Canada, Latin America and the Caribbean.

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  • Caribbean Webinar Series March 11 2014 : Public eHealth: in Action (ENACQKT Project)

    Public eHealth in the Caribbean, Powerpoint Presentation by Dr. Pammla Petrucka March 4 2013 for the eSAC Caribbean Webinar Series.

    March 11: Public eHealth: in Action
    This session highlighted projects in the Caribbean that use eHealth for equity. It should show practical examples of projects implemented on a local level.

    Key Questions
    - What are the elements of a successful public ehealth project?
    - What is the landscape of public ehealth projects in the Caribbean. What exists currently?

    Speakers:

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  • Caribbean Webinar Series March 11 2014 : Public eHealth: in Action (Healthy Caribbean Coalition)

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    Public eHealth in the Caribbean, Powerpoint Presentation by Sir Trevor Hassell and Ms. Maisha Hutton. March 4 2013 for the eSAC Caribbean Webinar Series.

    March 11: Public eHealth: in Action
    This session highlighted projects in the Caribbean that use eHealth for equity. It should show practical examples of projects implemented on a local level.

    Key Questions
    - What are the elements of a successful public ehealth project?
    - What is the landscape of public ehealth projects in the Caribbean. What exists currently?

    Speakers:

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  • FDASIA Health IT Report: Proposed Strategy and Recommendations for a Risk-Based Framework

    Etiquetado:
    Food and Drug Administration, FDA. (07 de April de 2014). Food and Drug Administration. Recuperado el 14 de Abril de 2014, de FDASIA Health IT Report. Proposed Strategy and Recommendations for a Risk-Based Framework: http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/OfficeofMedicalProductsandTobacco/CDRH/CDRHReports/ucm390588.htm

    Available in http://www.fda.gov/AboutFDA/CentersOffices/OfficeofMedicalProductsandTobacco/CDRH/CDRHReports/ucm390588.htm

    Health information technology (HIT) presents tremendous benefits to the American public, including greater prevention of medical errors, improved efficiency and health care quality, reduced costs, and increased consumer engagement However, if HIT is not designed, developed, implemented, maintained, or used properly, it can pose risks to patients.

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  • The Role of ICTs in Child and Youth Migration and Mobility

    Raftree, L. (20 de January de 2014). ICTworks. Recuperado el 12 de Abril de 2014, de The Role of ICTs in Child and Youth Migration and Mobility: http://www.ictworks.org/2014/01/20/the-role-of-ict-in-child-and-youth-migration-and-mobility/

    new report, “Modern Mobility: the role of ICTs in child and youth migration” takes a look at:
    how children and youth are using ICTs to prepare for migration; to guide and facilitate their journey; to keep in touch with families; to connect with opportunities for support and work; and to cope with integration, forced repatriation or continued movement; and
    how civil society organizations are using ICTs to facilitate and manage their work; to support children and youth on the move; and to communicate and advocate for the rights of child and youth migrants.

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