Handbook of Digital Homecare
Kanagasingam Yogesan, Peter Brett, Michael Christopher Gibbons
Springer Science & Business Media, Oct 1, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 363 pages
Digital Homecare is a collection of services to deliver, maintain and improve care in the home environment using the latest ICT technology and devices.
It is important to recognize the wide range of issues that are covered by digital homecare. This book shows a good selection of related issues, be it experience, technologies, managerial issues or standardization.
A very diverse "audience"; elderly, people with chronic conditions, disabled, to name the most important groups, benefits from digital homecare, within the comfort and protection of their own homes.
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Integration of Hospital and Homecare
Standards for Digital Homecare
Case Study of a KnowledgeCentered Telehealthcare System Based on a Mixed License
The Consumerisation of Home Healthcare Technologies
Privacy and Digital Homecare
Group Support in Collaborative Networks Organizations for Digital Homecare
UserCentered Design of TeleHomecare Products
A Multidisciplinary Approach towards the Design and Development of Value+ eHomeCare Services
Nurses and Telehealth
A MultiModal Health and Activity Monitoring Framework for Elderly People at Home
Remote Patient Monitoring
A HomeBased Care Model of Cardiac Rehabilitation Using Digital Technology
Role of Nano and Microtechnologies in Clinical PointofCare Testing
StandardBased Homecare Challenge
An Automatic Smart Information Sensory Scheme for Discriminating Types of Motion or Metrics of Patients