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Misleading Health-Related Information Promoted Through Video-Based Social Media: Anorexia on YouTube
More research is needed to study the characteristics of pro-anorexia videos in order to develop algorithms that will automatically detect and filter those videos before they become popular, and to investigate anorexia-related misinformation disseminated through YouTube videos. Expand
Building a portable data and information interoperability infrastructure - framework for a standard Taiwan Electronic Medical Record Template
The Taiwan Electronic Medical Record Template (TMT) is a standard that aims to achieve semantic interoperability in EHR exchanges nationally and provides a basis for building a portable, interoperable information infrastructure for EHR exchange in Taiwan. Expand
LabPush: A Pilot Study of Providing Remote Clinics with Laboratory Results via Short Message Service (SMS) in Swaziland, Africa
This paper presents a study of LabPush, a system developed to test whether SMS delivery of HIV related laboratory results to clinics could shorten TAT time significantly, and indicates a statistically significant improvement for SMS. Expand
Developing Electronic Health Records in Taiwan
The design of the Taiwan Electronic Medical Record Template (TMT) provides the basis for developing a document-based information standard and an information interoperability infrastructure forExpand
Factors influencing consumer adoption of USB-based Personal Health Records in Taiwan
The factors influencing behavior and adoption of USB-based Personal Health Records (PHR) in Taiwan are explored and it is suggested that government and hospitals should promote the potential usefulness of PHR, and physicians should encourage patients' to adopt the PHR. Expand
The relationship between usage intention and adoption of electronic health records at primary care clinics
The intention to use EHR, perceived usefulness and ease to use of primary care physicians were found as key factors influencing EHRs adoption and it is suggested that government should promote the potential benefits of EHR and enhance physicians' willingness to adopt the E HRs at their clinic practices. Expand
Telemedicine utilization to support the management of the burns treatment involving patient pathways in both developed and developing countries: a case study.
The authors plan to create instructional videos and post them on YouTube to aid clinical workers providing similar treatment during the acute care and rehabilitation process and to support eLearning in many situations where it otherwise is not possible to use videoconferencing to establish real-time contact between doctors at the local site and remote specialists. Expand
LabPush: A pilot study of providing remote clinics with laboratory results via short message service (SMS) in Swaziland, Africa - A qualitative study
  • W. Hao, Y. Hsu, +10 authors W. Jian
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Comput. Methods Programs Biomed.
  • 2015
The end-users perspective, prompt patient care, reduced bouncing of patients, technical support, better communication, willing participant and social influence were facilitators of the adoption of mobile device by healthcare providers in the Swaziland. Expand
Building a generic architecture for medical information exchange among healthcare providers
An architecture that would facilitate exchange of clinical information among heterogeneous hospital information systems is described, which is convenient for authorized users yet secure enough so people can trust and has minimal impact to participated hospitals. Expand
The Taiwanese method for providing patients data from multiple hospital EHR systems
This paper presents a PHR system that allows patients to receive data from 10 participating hospitals in Taiwan via a USB flash memory device and proposes a three step method for accomplishing Information Collection from EHR systems at medical institutions for similar PHR systems in the future. Expand