Monica J. Garfield

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Video conferencing is used increasingly in many telemedicine applications, including medical personnel education, peer consultation, patient education, and direct patient care. Advances in technology and changes in medical care delivery have enhanced the ability to develop effective telemedicine video conferencing systems. Measures of effectiveness for(More)
High-dependency units are increasing in number and becoming an ever more important part of a hospital's facilities. The optimum staffing ratio is unknown, but the Department of Health and the Intensive Care Society recommend a level of one nurse to two patients. We recorded Therapeutic Intervention Scoring System-28 scores and Nurse Dependency Scores for(More)
Monica J. Garfield • Nolan J. Taylor • Alan R. Dennis • John W. Satzinger IS/DS Department, College of Business and Administration, University of South Florida, Tampa, Florida 33620 Kelley School of Business, Indiana University, Indianapolis, Indiana 46202–5151 Accounting and Information Systems Department, Kelley School of Business, Indiana University,(More)
Acceptance of Ubiquitous Computing Monica J. Garfield a a An assistant professor in computer information systems at Bentley College (cis.bentley.edu/mgarf ield/). Her research focuses on the use of IT to enhance creativity as well as the socio-technical issues that impact telemedicine systems. Her work has appeared in such journals as Information System(More)
Innovative ICT applications such as patient-present telemedicine consultation services can save lives, yet following pilot-testing few have achieved long-term viability. Partners Health Care’s TeleStroke service, in full operation, is financially self-sustaining. Interviews with clinical, technical and administrative personnel at Partners and two “spoke”(More)