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    The PA eHealth Partnership Authority plays a vital role in ensuring that there is strong infrastructure that will allow participation to thrive. Another important player in the whole process is the governor of Pennsylvania. The governor played a very critical role in implementing the HIE. He has been supporting the initiative, and he has fully endorsed the strategic plans that have are known for the HIE implementation. The governor is also expected to provide an executive order that will enable all the key players to collaborate and work together towards implementation of the whole process. The legislature has also supported the implementation of the HIE. The legislation has been made to ensure that the implementation will be a success. The private and…

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    source software eHealth system. First and foremost, Dr. Borland states in lecture that a FOSS eHealth system, “may force governments such as the province of Ontario, to abandon the specialized proprietary software systems” (Borland, 2017). Abandoning the proprietary system that the Harper government created would decrease the amount that we, as Ontarians, are paying in taxes. Our taxdollars would no longer be needed to pay for the creation of the specialized proprietary system. In addition, on…

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    Glaucoma Case Studies

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    The study aims to investigate the potential of health promotion via eHealth (mobile) in increasing glaucoma awareness, improve treatment compliance and changing health - seeking behavior among adults in a disadvantaged population in Saskatoon. In addition, the study aims to provide education on the importance of regular eye examination in order to promote early detection and management of glaucoma via eHealth and subsequently determine how effective eHealth tools are in achieving these…

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    Legal Jurisprudence Legal aspects of ehealth have been raised with concerns about the accuracy and unregulated status of this aspect of health innovation especially in industrial nation and there are ongoing debate, there seem to be a general agreement that there is need for a proper regulatory framework to be put in place and bio-data collected need to be protected with a universally acceptable privacy and data protection policies, this is to prevent the abuses of patients electronic health…

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    With today advance in technology, many physicians, health care providers and other health care professionals are using smartphones, laptops, and tablets in their work (Healthit.gov, nd). The benefits of using eHealth/eMobile is it enables more informed decision making and enhanced quality of care, Save lives through remote consultations, whether urgent or diagnostic, creates more efficient, convenient and most importantly more cost-effective delivery of care and provides greater, and faster,…

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    The panel identified “health systems integration” and “technological transformation via digital health and precision medicine” as two critical areas of healthcare innovation (Naylor, et al., 2015). This report endorsed the use of eHealth to modernize our healthcare system. eHealth is a term used today to describe the application of information and communications technologies (ICT) in the healthcare sector. eHealth initiatives in Canada can play a significant role in mitigating the impact of…

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    Furthermore, World Health Organization (WHO) report of June 2011,shows that western countries (industrialized nation) indeed show more willingness to pursue the ehealth application in the health sector as compared to developing countries that are lower-income nations. Consequently, Australia, United Arab Emirate, Saudi Arabia seems to be one of the few nations that have fully integrated the complete component of eHealth, with countries in the European Union bloc actively trailing behind while…

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    Healthcare Accessibility

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    Healthcare accessibility at “Bottom of the Pyramid”: A study of scope of eHealth in India Introduction According to World Health Organization (WHO) World Health Statistics 2013, India has a ratio of 6.5 doctors, 10 nurses and 9 beds per 10,000 people compared to the global average is of 13.9 doctors, 29 nurses and 30 beds. In order to meet the healthcare requirement of its population of 1.25 billion, India needs an additional 1.54 million doctors, 2.4 million nurses and 2.6 million beds. At the…

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    Obama Care Issues

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    The Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act is one of the Barack Obama's domestic policy that has been debated about by the public on its viability since the president signed it. The Act also is known as the Affordable Care Act, or the Obamacare and was passed by the 111th Congress of the United States. The Act was signed to become one of the U.S. federal statutes on March 2010, and it was meant to change and help in the development of the healthcare system in the country (eHealth, 2016). The…

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    Telehealth

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    Introduction The use of technology has influenced a number of industries, one such industry that has felt the impact of new technology is the health care sector. Within the health care sector, the impact of eHealth has been most beneficial to primary care. EHealth has many different forms (Peate 2013); however, the primary focus to this essay will be on telehealth. Whiles discussing mobile health, the other aspects of discussion will be on multi-agency working, holistic manage of healthcare…

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