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The evaluation in real-life settings of services for the follow-up and control of hypertensive patients is a complex intervention, which still needs analysis of the roles, tasks, and resources involved in the basic items: patient, healthcare professional, and the interaction between the two. To evaluate the impact of patient-general practitioner (GP)(More)
PURPOSE Efficient ways are needed to implement the secondary prevention (SP) of coronary heart disease. Because few studies have investigated Web-based SP programs, our aim was to determine the usefulness of a new Web-based telemonitoring system, connecting patients provided with self-measurement devices and care managers via mobile phone text messages, as(More)
The availability of electronic health data favors scientific advance through the creation of repositories for secondary use. Data anonymization is a mandatory step to comply with current legislation. A service for the pseudonymization of electronic healthcare record (EHR) extracts aimed at facilitating the exchange of clinical information for secondary use(More)
The authors have designed and developed a telemedicine-based service for the follow-up and monitoring of patients on oral anticoagulant therapy (OAT) that consists of two phases; the first involving self-testing and the second involving guided self-management. To evaluate the first phase of the protocol, a project was conducted with 108 patients, with a(More)
OBJECTIVE The authors present an Electronic Healthcare Record (EHR) server, designed and developed as a proof of concept of the revised prEN13606:2005 European standard concerning EHR communications. METHODS The development of the server includes five modules: the libraries for the management of the standard reference model, for the demographic package(More)
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