Information technology future of medicine








The future of medicine lies in the use of information technology

12/28/2014
06:25 | Author: Molly Young

Information technology future of medicine
The future of medicine lies in the use of information technology

By: Vivek Wadhwa, Director of Research, Duke University In the TV series Star Trek, Captain Kirk has a handheld device called a tricorder that.

Most doctors still work from brief, uninligible, hand-scribbled notes and try to make a judgment about what medicines to prescribe us in a 10- to 15-minute consultation; they treat symptoms of interest rather than the holistic self.

In the TV series Star Trek, Captain Kirk has a handheld device called a tricorder that can immediay assess a patient's condition and diagnose disease. This is 300 years in the future.

By: Vivek Wadhwa, Director of Research, Duke University.

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The Future Of Health Information Technology In The - Health Affairs

12/28/2014
04:10 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Information technology future of medicine
The Future Of Health Information Technology In The - Health Affairs

Abstract. Most electronic health records today need further development of features that patient-centered medical homes require to improve their efficiency.

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Additionally, more research is needed to learn how these records can enhance team care. Most electronic health records today need further development of features that patient-centered medical homes require to improve their efficiency, quality, and safety. We propose a road map of the domains that need to be addressed to achieve these results. We believe that the development of electronic health records will be critical in seven major areas: ehealth, measurement of quality and efficiency, care transitions, personal health records, and, most important, registries, team care, and clinical decision support for chronic diseases. To encourage this development, policy makers should include medical homes in emerging electronic health record regulations.

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The future of health information technology in the patient-centered

12/28/2014
02:35 | Author: Molly Young

Information technology future of medicine
The future of health information technology in the patient-centered

The future of health information technology in the patient-centered medical home. Bates DW, Bitton A. Most electronic health records today need further.

To encourage this development, policy makers should include medical homes in emerging electronic health record regulations. We believe that the development of electronic health records will be critical in seven major areas: ehealth, measurement of quality and efficiency, care transitions, personal health records, and, most important, registries, team care, and clinical decision support for chronic diseases. Additionally, more research is needed to learn how these records can enhance team care. Most electronic health records today need further development of features that patient-centered medical homes require to improve their efficiency, quality, and safety. We propose a road map of the domains that need to be addressed to achieve these results.

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ITFoM

12/28/2014
12:40 | Author: Jeremy Rodriguez

Information technology future of medicine
ITFoM

ITFoM will lead the way towards truly personalised health care. About the Project. Recent technological advances allow us to analyse patients all the way down.

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Health Information Technology is the Future of Medicine - Doctors

12/28/2014
02:35 | Author: Molly Young

Information technology future of medicine
Health Information Technology is the Future of Medicine - Doctors

When I was a legislative intern at the American Academy of Pediatrics my junior year of college in 2006, I attended a legislative hearing.

Carol is thankful for her iPad, her Android, her Macbook Pro, and her new iPod watch.

Health information technology advocates need not worry, though. In the end, health information technology will not be known as the silver bullet that solved the medical financial crisis, as an example of sound policy enforcement, or even just a good idea – it will be seen as an inevitability.

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