A conceptual framework for personalized mobile health care
Department of Quantitative Health Sciences
Telemedicine; Cellular Phone; Point-of-Care Systems
Biostatistics | Biotechnology | Computer Engineering | Electrical and Computer Engineering | Epidemiology | Health Services Research | Medicine and Health Sciences
The widespread adoption of cell phones and other mobile platforms represent an opportunity to extend the benefits of personalized point-of-care healthcare applications to providers and patients in the developing world. However, the challenges facing the effective deployment of mobile health care applications are complex; thus, requiring a scalable, flexible, and configurable approach. A conceptual framework based on service-oriented-architecture is proposed to address the challenges of developing and deploying mobile health care applications. A particular emphasis of the framework is a service-agent-modeling-based personalized process support that is needed to support the diverse needs of the users.
Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science, Volume 12, Number 2, 2008, p. 31-41.
Journal of Integrated Design and Process Science
Sadasivam RS, Tanik MM, Willig J. (2008). A conceptual framework for personalized mobile health care. Population and Quantitative Health Sciences Publications. Retrieved from https://escholarship.umassmed.edu/qhs_pp/855