Revolution or evolution? An analysis of E-health innovation and impact using a hypercube model

  title={Revolution or evolution? An analysis of E-health innovation and impact using a hypercube model},
  author={Jen-Her Wu and An-Sheng Huang and Tzyh-Lih Hsia and Hsien-Tang Tsai},
  journal={International journal of electronic healthcare},
  volume={2 1},
This study utilises a hypercube innovation model to analyse the changes in both healthcare informatics and medical related delivery models based on the innovations from Tele-healthcare, electronic healthcare (E-healthcare), to mobile healthcare (M-healthcare). Further, the critical impacts of these E-health innovations on the stakeholders: healthcare customers, hospitals, healthcare complementary providers and healthcare regulators are identified. Thereafter, the critical capabilities for… 

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