Oksana Tokar

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In recent years, the principle of modularity has been increasingly applied to services as service providers seek to reduce time and cost of delivering customized service offerings. Given the intangible nature of many services, the identification of all elements and interdependencies is more challenging compared to technical systems. Uncertainty or vagueness(More)
Mobile health (mHealth) is a key innovation area in health care. mHealth promises new capabilities for data collection, interactions between patients and healthcare professionals, and self-help. Despite the potential, research on mHealth innovation is in its infancy in mental health, whereas the increasing prevalence of mental illnesses worldwide urge for(More)
Ärztekammer Hamburg (Prof. Dr. Frank Ulrich Montgomery, Klaus Schäfer, Dr. Klaus Beelmann), Behörde für Gesundheit und Verbraucherschutz der Freien und Hansestadt Hamburg (Senatorin Cornelia Prüfer-Storcks, Staatsrätin Elke Badde, Dr. Matthias Gruhl, Hildegard Esser, Klaus-Peter Stender, Elke Huster-Nowack, SabineManikowsky, Dr. Sigrun Bever, Monika(More)
The goal of this paper is to present the research conducted for systemizing network elements and analyzing their interconnection that emerged during the establishment and functioning of health care innovation project of psychenet - the Hamburg Network for Mental Health.Semi-structured manual-based face-to-face interviews with project researchers and leaders(More)
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