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2019 IEEE International Conference on E-health Networking, Application & Services (HealthCom)

IEEE Healthcom 2019 aims at bringing together interested parties from around the world working in the healthcare field to exchange ideas, discuss innovative and emerging solutions, and develop collaborations.



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Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, IEEE

Both general and technical articles on current technologies and methods used in biomedical and clinical engineering; societal implications of medical technologies; current news items; book reviews; patent descriptions; and correspondence. Special interest departments, students, law, clinical engineering, ethics, new products, society news, historical features and government.


Sensors Journal, IEEE

The Field of Interest of the IEEE Sensors Journal is the science and applications of sensing phenomena, including theory, design, and application of devices for sensing and transducing physical, chemical, and biological phenomena. The emphasis is on the electronics, physics, biology, and intelligence aspects of sensors and integrated sensor-actuators. (IEEE Guide for Authors) (The fields of interest of the IEEE ...




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Cybercare: responding to a mass casualty event in the 21st century

Proceedings 2000 IEEE EMBS International Conference on Information Technology Applications in Biomedicine. ITAB-ITIS 2000. Joint Meeting Third IEEE EMBS International Conference on Information Technol, 2000

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Future delivery of health care: Cybercare

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 2008

Health-care system reforms can change the structure of the current U.S. health-care system, from centralized large hospitals to a distributed, networked healthcare system. In our model, medical care is delivered locally in neighborhoods and individual homes, using computer technologies like telemedicine, to link patients and primary care providers to tertiary medical providers. This decentralization could reduce costs enough to provide ...


CyberCare: A Novel Electronic Health Record Management System

2016 IEEE First International Conference on Connected Health: Applications, Systems and Engineering Technologies (CHASE), 2016

Computer Science is a field that runs on innovation and departs from traditional ways of completing certain tasks. Data processing has been undergoing major changes during the past few decades. While written documentation was once the only way to organize and store patient information, electronic databases have been ushered into the medical field as a tool for a better type ...


A Clinical Virtual Reality Rehabilitation System for Phobia Treatment

2007 11th International Conference Information Visualization (IV '07), 2007

This paper describes a unified approach to applying virtual reality for clinical rehabilitation and its uses to administer cognitive, mental and physicals exercises. Our goal is to create a flexible and reconfigurable VR solution that can be readily installed in hospitals and serve all needs of a rehab-unit with ease. We have successfully used this system for treating cognitive deficits ...


The future of command and control for disaster response

IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Magazine, 2002

We have developed a bioresponse system concept to respond to large-scale medical disasters, including overwhelming, contagious bioagent events such as smallpox, plague, and influenza. This system, called Cybercare, aims to substantially increase the surge capacity of the healthcare system by allowing healthcare systems throughout the country to link together to provide specialists and other resources to augment those available at ...


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  • Cybercare: responding to a mass casualty event in the 21st century

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  • Future delivery of health care: Cybercare

    Health-care system reforms can change the structure of the current U.S. health-care system, from centralized large hospitals to a distributed, networked healthcare system. In our model, medical care is delivered locally in neighborhoods and individual homes, using computer technologies like telemedicine, to link patients and primary care providers to tertiary medical providers. This decentralization could reduce costs enough to provide all citizens with medical insurance coverage; it would benefit patients and providers; and as a dual-use system, it would better protect the country's resources and citizens in an event of biological terror or natural disasters.

  • CyberCare: A Novel Electronic Health Record Management System

    Computer Science is a field that runs on innovation and departs from traditional ways of completing certain tasks. Data processing has been undergoing major changes during the past few decades. While written documentation was once the only way to organize and store patient information, electronic databases have been ushered into the medical field as a tool for a better type of healthcare. This paper discusses the implementation of an EHR prototype that maintains the efficiency of existing systems, but advances away from their outdated features. The novel components of the implemented system are the voice navigation feature, medical image processing and editing ability, and interactive calendar. The newly developed health management system aims to provide an efficient and convenient tool for physicians to manage patient information and medical records.

  • A Clinical Virtual Reality Rehabilitation System for Phobia Treatment

    This paper describes a unified approach to applying virtual reality for clinical rehabilitation and its uses to administer cognitive, mental and physicals exercises. Our goal is to create a flexible and reconfigurable VR solution that can be readily installed in hospitals and serve all needs of a rehab-unit with ease. We have successfully used this system for treating cognitive deficits and phobias and present details that underline the usability and importance of our solution.

  • The future of command and control for disaster response

    We have developed a bioresponse system concept to respond to large-scale medical disasters, including overwhelming, contagious bioagent events such as smallpox, plague, and influenza. This system, called Cybercare, aims to substantially increase the surge capacity of the healthcare system by allowing healthcare systems throughout the country to link together to provide specialists and other resources to augment those available at a disaster site. Key to the concept of Cybercare is the notion of a robust, distributed command and control system that will enable rapid and sustained responses to large- scale medical disasters. The Cybercare information infrastructure can also be utilized to support training and analysis of response procedures as well as a wide range of medical and disaster applications that occur on a frequent basis, such as home healthcare monitoring and rural and remote medical treatment. The purposes of this article are to: 1) define the problem set addressed by the Cybercare concept, 2) provide the reader with a fundamental knowledge of command and control and an emerging paradigm shift in command structure for the medical and disaster management domain, 3) define technologies that can be used to create a command and control system, and 4) illustrate how the technologies can be integrated into a disaster response system using the command and control paradigm.

  • Cybercare: combining healthcare and cyberspace in the 21/sup st/ century

    We discuss the origins of the modern hospital-based tertiary care system. We define how this system was a product of a large-scale medical disaster that prompted the invention of the modern hospital. We will then similarly describe the disaster that prompted the beginning of telemedicine. Following, we review the history of telemedicine and the development of telesurgery and present the state-of-the-art in telesurgery and other advanced telemedicine technologies. We will then define cyber through a discussion of cybernetics and cyberspace. We present the concept of the digital physician and a cybercare vision of a new healthcare system. We will then predict what type of large-scale medical disaster would prompt the creation of a cybercare healthcare system. Finally, we discuss the challenges to be faced in the 21/sup st/ century.



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