Surayya Urazimbetova

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Worldwide, public authorities are trying to improve uptake, efficiency and interoperability of ICT support for (telemedical) healthcare services through adoption and enforcement of standards and guidelines, such as IHE XDS and HL7. Furthermore, security concerns are often enforced by requiring services to run inside healthcare VPNs. Finally access control(More)
Patient empowerment in the digitalized healthcare can be supported by means of telemedicine. As opposed to Electronic Patient Records developed by a few large business suppliers for healthcare professionals, telemedical applications include innovative solutions of small-medium size suppliers and are targeted at specific groups of patients (e.g., hip(More)
ICT-support plays an important role in the strategies for patient empowerment of most developed countries. However, due to a basic setup with closed VPN-like healthcare networks and security mechanisms tailored to healthcare professionals it is often difficult to provide patient controlled ICT-support. We present a case on medication support in a Danish(More)
ICT enablement of information sharing and exchange between health employees and citizens across organizations and private homes is one of the mechanisms to enhance patient empowerment. However, heterogeneity of information models and the employeecentric nature of most healthcare systems make information exchange, with a focus on the interests of patients,(More)
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