What happens after calling the ambulance: Information, communication, and acceptance issues in a telemedical workflow

@article{Beul2010WhatHA,
  title={What happens after calling the ambulance: Information, communication, and acceptance issues in a telemedical workflow},
  author={Shirley Beul and Sarah Mennicken and Martina Ziefle and Eva-Maria Jakobs},
  journal={2010 International Conference on Information Society},
  year={2010},
  pages={98-103}
}
In this paper we describe the information, communication, and acceptance issues in a tele-medical workflow, taking a pre-hospital emergency medical service (EMS) as an example. EMS workflows are extremely time-critical, impose a high responsibility, and crucially depend on a close, well-trained cooperation between EMS personnel. Though increasingly information and communication technologies (ICT) are used to support this sensitive and life-critical process, still, shortcomings in the emergency… CONTINUE READING
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