The aim of this work is therefore to develop a smartphone App to facilitate the crowdsourced based data collection of motion sensor data and health status information. Additionally, we will discuss preliminary observations made from ...
Author: Paolo Perego
This book constitutes the refereed post-conference proceedings of the 6th International Conference on Mobile Communication and Healthcare, MobiHealth 2016, held in Milan, Italy, in November 2016. The 50 revised full papers were reviewed and selected from numerous submissions and are organized in topical sections covering: Technological development for m-health application user engagement.- IoT - Internet of Things.- Advances in soft wearable technology for mobile-health.- Emerging experiences into receiving and delivering healthcare through mobile and embedded solutions.- Advances in personalized healthcare services.- Mobile monitoring, and social media pervasive technologies.
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Muir, S.W., Corea, C.L., Beaupre, L.: Evaluating change in clinical status: reliability and measures of agreement for the assessment of glenohumeral range of motion. North Am. J. Sports Phys. Ther. NAJSPT 5, 98–110 (2010) 2.
Author: Mobyen Uddin Ahmed
This book constitutes the proceedings of the Third International Conference on Internet of Things (IoT) Technologies for HealthCare, HealthyIoT 2016, held in Västerås, Sweden, October 18-19, 2016. The conference also included the First Workshop on Emerging eHealth through Internet of Things (EHIoT 2016). IoT as a set of existing and emerging technologies, notions and services provides many solutions to delivery of electronic healthcare, patient care, and medical data management. The 31 revised full papers presented along with 9 short papers were carefully reviewed and selected from 43 submissions in total. The papers cover topics such as healthcare support for the elderly, real-time monitoring systems, security, safety and communication, smart homes and smart caring environments, intelligent data processing and predictive algorithms in e-Health, emerging eHealth IoT applications, signal processing and analysis, and smartphones as a healthy thing.
We also noted that motion artifacts could not be avoided when the wearable vital sign monitor was moved by the subject. Figure 5 shows three typical waveforms of the pulse and motion collected by monitor under the conditions of no ...
Author: C. Nugent
Publisher: IOS Press
The development and advancement of personalised health management systems requires the consideration of advances in sensor technologies and advanced textiles in addition to nano technologies and evolving information and communication technologies. We are now living in an environment where changes in healthcare structures and requests from patients to have an increased participation in their own healthcare are demanding the availability of affordable and readily available personalised health management systems. Recent research has taken us a step closer in providing such solutions, however, efforts are still required to address the issues of integration of new technologies into existing health care practices, implications of interoperability of services, analysis of results following large scale clinical evaluations and development of technology which is small, reliable and affordable by its users. This publication shows a synergy between research efforts in three diverse areas; sensor technologies, advanced textiles and nanotechnology and computing. It brings together researchers from academia, industry and clinical healthcare provision and emphasises the need for multi-disciplinary collaborations in the future developments of personalised health management systems.
RANGE - OF - MOTION EXERCISES LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. The student will be able to discuss the importance of range - of - motion exercises and positioning for patients with limited mobility . 2. The student will be able to demonstrate ...
Author: Kay Green
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning
This Protocol delineates the evidence for using devices for noninvasive patient monitoring of blood pressure, heart rhythms, pulse oximetry, end-tidal carbon dioxide, and respiratory waveforms. These protocols guide clinicians in the appropriate selection of patients for use of the device, application of the device, initial and ongoing monitoring, device removal, and selected aspects of quality control.
In health care environments, in addition to excess materials, inventory can be thought of as patients waiting for service, reports waiting to be analyzed or medical records waiting to be scanned into patient files. 4.3 Motion ...
Author: Mario A. Pfannstiel
This book demonstrates how to successfully manage and lead healthcare institutions by employing the logic of business model innovation to gain competitive advantages. Since clerk-like routines in professional organizations tend to overlook patient and service-centered healthcare solutions, it challenges the view that competition and collaboration in the healthcare sector should not only incorporate single-end services, therapies or diagnosis related groups. Moreover, the authors focus on holistic business models, which place greater emphasis on customer needs and put customers and patients first. The holistic business models approach addresses topics such as business operations, competitiveness, strategic business objectives, opportunities and threats, critical success factors and key performance indicators.The contributions cover various aspects of service business innovation such as reconfiguring the hospital business model in healthcare delivery, essential characteristics of service business model innovation in healthcare, guided business modeling and analysis for business professionals, patient-driven service delivery models in healthcare, and continuous and co-creative business model creation. All of the contributions introduce business models and strategies, process innovations, and toolkits that can be applied at the managerial level, ensuring the book will be of interest to healthcare professionals, hospital managers and consultants, as well as scholars, whose focus is on improving value-generating and competitive business architectures in the healthcare sector.
Javaid, A.Q.; Ashouri, H.; Dorier, A.; Etemadi, M.; Heller, J.A.; Roy, S.; Inan, O.T. Quantifying and Reducing Motion Artifacts in Wearable Seismocardiogram Measurements During Walking to Assess Left Ventricular Health. IEEE Trans.
Author: Marco Di Rienzo
Category: Technology & Engineering
Biosensors and systems in the form of wearables and “nearables” (i.e., everyday sensorized objects with transmitting capabilities such as smartphones) are rapidly evolving for use in healthcare. Unlike conventional approaches, these technologies can enable seamless or on-demand physiological monitoring, anytime and anywhere. Such monitoring can help transform healthcare from the current reactive, one-size-fits-all, hospital-centered approach into a future proactive, personalized, decentralized structure. Wearable and nearable biosensors and systems have been made possible through integrated innovations in sensor design, electronics, data transmission, power management, and signal processing. Although much progress has been made in this field, many open challenges for the scientific community remain, especially for those applications requiring high accuracy. This book contains the 12 papers that constituted a recent Special Issue of Sensors sharing the same title. The aim of the initiative was to provide a collection of state-of-the-art investigations on wearables and nearables, in order to stimulate technological advances and the use of the technology to benefit healthcare. The topics covered by the book offer both depth and breadth pertaining to wearable and nearable technology. They include new biosensors and data transmission techniques, studies on accelerometers, signal processing, and cardiovascular monitoring, clinical applications, and validation of commercial devices.
Healthcare Information Technology In Motion Healthcare Information Technology In Motion. I think the single most important advancement currently occurring in the Healthcare Industry is that advancement that is occurring in Healthcare ...
Author: Timothy Tuohy
Healthcare Information Technology Project Management in the current state isn't working well enough! Not for lack of trying, or lack of skill, or lack of commitment, but for lack of the proper tool set. This book introduces the Lean Integrated Project Delivery and the Lean Construction InstituteOs methodology referred to as the Last Planner System of Production Control] to Healthcare IT. It is designed to walk you through the steps quickly and easily; a OVade MecumO which is Latin for Ogo with me.O Used since the 1600Os as a term for guidebooks sufficiently compact to be carried in a pocket, from the beginning, Vade Mecum has also been used for such constant companions as gold, medications, and gems of wisdom. OThis book is not just another Project Management book. The tools provided in this book will help deeply integrate IT projects into the business of our Healthcare System, both in clinical and business environments.O Michael Garcia, SVP and CIO, Jackson Health System, Miami
When performed properly , active stretching or exercise does not trigger the stretch reflex , nor will it allow the joint to move past its normal range of motion . For the sake of your musculoskeletal health , the components of active ...
Author: James Forleo, DC
Publisher: North Atlantic Books
Category: Health & Fitness
***WINNER, 2009 Living Now Book Award, Gold Metal In this breakthrough book, Dr. James Forleo proposes a return to the body as the site of self-healing. The problem, he says, is that we don’t understand the language of signs and symptoms it uses to communicate its healing messages. Health Is Simple helps readers decipher that language and access the great realms of health and vitality the body contains. Written in a clear, engaging style, the book takes a systems approach to health, walking readers through the basic design and function of each major organ system—the nerve, endocrine, immune, musculo-skeletal, cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, and elimination systems—and offers a set of simple practices to boost their performance. With only a few minutes a day, readers can radically improve their health and well-being. Based on his work with hundreds of patients, the program emphasizes simple correctives to diet and lifestyle, a new perspective on digestion and elimination, and the alignment of the spine and structural system. Case studies demonstrate successfully resolved conditions from chronic headaches, anxiety, and respiratory disorders to exhaustion, autoimmune disorders, and allergies. Health Is Simple offers readers access to the same customized program the author’s celebrity clients have enjoyed, with the possibility of achieving the same spectacular results.
Author: Gita Khalili MoghaddamPublish On: 2018-09-22
... is an emerging trend in the development of smart gadgets to monitor wellbeing through health indices in everyday life. One example is the smart toothbrush to monitor state-of-use and dental hygiene, where the integrated motion, ...
Author: Gita Khalili Moghaddam
Category: Technology & Engineering
This book reviews existing sensor technologies that are now being coupled with computational intelligence for the remote monitoring of physical activity and ex vivo biosignatures. In today’s frenetic world, consumers are becoming ever more demanding: they want to control every aspect of their lives and look for options specifically tailored to their individual needs. In many cases, suppliers are catering to these new demands; as a result, clothing, food, social media, fitness and banking services are all being democratised to the individual. Healthcare provision has finally caught up to this trend and is currently being rebooted to offer personalised solutions, while simultaneously creating a more effective, scalable and cost-effective system for all. The desire for personalisation, home monitoring and treatment, and provision of care in remote locations or in emerging and impoverished nations that lack a fixed infrastructure, is leading to the realisation that mobile technology might be the best candidate for achieving these goals. A combination of several technological, healthcare and financial factors are driving this trend to create a new healthcare model that stresses preventative ‘health-care’ rather than ‘sick-care’, and a shift from volume to value. Mobile healthcare (mhealth), which could also be termed the “internet of people”, refers to the integration of sensors and smartphones to gather and interpret clinical data from patients in real-time. Most importantly, with an ageing population suffering multiple morbidities, mhealth could provide healthcare solutions to enhance chronically ill patients’ quality of life.