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  2. DEFINITION OF MOBILE TECHNOLOGY • Mobile Technology is defined as any device with internet capability that is accessible from anywhere the user is. • From the Cambridge Dictionary, mobile technology is electronic equipment such as mobile phone or small computers that can be used in different places and the connected technology.
  3. Use of mobile technology for patient care, which offering more convenient patient experience and streamlining care. Manage health, communicate with healthcare providers, schedule appointments, and access health information.  Helping providers improve patient compliance with tools that provide remote monitoring of certain health conditions and medical devices.
  4. Focus on single purpose for single user. -smartphone apps and wearable tech that support the user to record data which maybe communicated to others. Draws upon the support and encourage ment provided through social networks. Link apps and devices with the formal healthcare system. -Mobile technology linking patients and HCPs.
  5. The Cloud • The cloud is becoming a more relevant and trusted mechanism to store and share big data. • IBM Watson is one example of a cloud-based technology that is “bringing together clinical, research and social data from a diverse range of health sources” to advance care and speed up communication. • Security and privacy of patient data has always been a concern for health centres, the cloud has introduced new challenges and concerns surrounding the possibility of cyber attacks or digital information breaches.
  6. MediHome • MobileHealth2U in collaboration with HSC Medical Center, brings you the unique, innovative, first of its kind service in Malaysia and in the region, a service we have branded as MediHome. • can measure your vital signs (eg. ECG, Blood Pressure, Blood Glucose, Oximetry, etc) daily via our easy to use medical devices and store your test results electronically and securely.
  8. MEDIHOME PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING VALUE ADD:- • View, Store and Analyze your Personal Health Records (PHR) whenever you feel like it • Trending, tracking and self-monitoring of your health vital signs • Free yourself from the hassle of searching for your Medical Reports when you need it • Personal Health Records easily available in time of emergencies • Online sharing of Personal Health Records with your family members and care providers
  9. ITAREPS • Information Technology Aided Relapse Prevention Program in Schizophrenia • presents a mobile phone-based e- Health solution for weekly remote patient monitoring and disease management in schizophrenia and psychotic disorders • capable to reduce the risk of hospitalization in schizophrenia down to one-fifth, compared to controls Kalem, Turhan, Mobile Technology Applications in the Healthcare Industry for Disease Management and Wellness, 2015
  10. How ITAREPS works? 1. Each week, each patient working with a family member completes a questionnaire reporting patient´s symptoms. 2. The questionnaire is sent to a central station via telephone as SMS. 3. If the severity of patient´s symptoms measured by this instrument exceeds a preset level, an email message is automatically sent to the treating psychiatrist.
  11. Advantages of mobile technology in medical informatics • Providing education and information • Improving quality of communication between patient and healthcare professional • Improving personal awareness through self-monitoring • Enabling patients to obtain social support from peers • Allowing patients to share knowledge and information with peers • Enabling patients to participate proactively in their care • Reducing the cost of healthcare delivery ploads/a488bbdd996ced16c346b0d885 51f384_HowMobileisTransformingHealt hcare_Economist.pdf
  13. Challenges Faced by Mobile Healthcare Solutions Providers • Security Issues - Patient information is a vital.However, with over 50 percent of all healthcare institutions experiencing at least one cyber attack a mobile storage and retrieval system that handles this sensitive data must be resilient to outside intrusions and other security threats. • Complexity in Mobile Systems - Devices and apps that are difficult to use or implement hinder the work of doctors and other staff members, thereby negating any gains in efficiency.
  14. Challenges Faced by Patients • Ease of Use - Patients naturally shy away from apps and digital products that are unintuitive and hard to comprehend initially. Adding in the fact that the various portions of this secondary audience also approach the utilization of these products from a variety of different platforms – iOS, Android, Windows, etc. – and connected tools – glucometers, blood pressure monitors, and so forth – adds, even more, roadblocks to the adoption and integration process.
  15. • Health Literacy - Not all patients understand health related terms or information.These individuals require mobile apps and products that either bridge this gap in knowledge or adapt to the health literacy levels of the end users. • Patient Privacy - The private data of these end users are highly sensitive and subject to compliance guidelines like those set forth by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). So, mobile offerings that fail to impart a sense of security and protection to patients have very little hope of truly being accepted by the target community.
  16. How The Systems Work ?
  17. General Systems Used in Mobile Healthcare • Cloud Based Data sharing. (as explained previously) • Use of central data centre whereby medical information can be sent and accessed through the internet. • This is a system utilised by many mobile health applications that utilise peripheral or wearable devices to record health data (Heart rate, SpO2, BP, etc.). • However, most of these systems do not connect to a central health data centre. But, patient are able to show the data to their physician.
  18. General Systems Used in Mobile Healthcare (cont.) • Short Message systems • Systems used to send specific information or data utilising technologies such as SMS, text messages, Twitter, etc. • Uses a central system that is managed by the related organization which would be able to send out the medical information to the individuals contact information (patients), or send out public health notifications on public platforms • Used in systems that would notify the user (patient / Healthcare provider / General public) on specific information. • For health disaster management • To notify on appointments made with Healthcare Provider • To notify guardians on condition or of treatment of children • Patient Medic • Etc.
  19. A framework design for the mHealth system for self-management promotion From HL7 International website – Mobile Health
  20. Design of mHealth Framework • For personal medical apparatuses, for vital signals acquisition, including ECG, pulse wave, blood pressure, and body weight. • Apparatuses would then deliver the raw data to the mobile applications that are in charge of the medical apparatuses' management, physiological data collection, data processing, features extraction, preliminary analysis, and data transmission. • Health management includes users’ profile collection and assessment, individualized healthy plan formulation, regular monitoring, and healthcare effectiveness evaluation. • To maintain health, the health status of users will be extracted from vital signs and regularly assessed. • Health care guidelines help users know how to keep healthy regimens. • In the framework, medical apparatuses and mobile applications interact directly with end-users. • Accordingly, ease of use design principles are implemented in them. Meanwhile, persuasive technology is incorporated in health management in the form of a quantitative model to enhance users’ execution ability in daily self-management.