Vectors and drivers of connected health in Europe: a foundation for integrated care
|Title:||Vectors and drivers of connected health in Europe: a foundation for integrated care||Authors:||Mountford, Nicola
|Permanent link:||http://hdl.handle.net/10197/8522||Date:||10-May-2017||Online since:||2017-05-18T14:25:57Z||Abstract:||Coordinated, integrated care requires connected 'inputs, delivery, management and organization of services related to diagnosis, treatment, care, rehabilitation and health promotion' (Grone & Barbero, 2002). Connected health (CH) offers a key building block as a 'paradigm shift, looking after the individual and community health in a process that speaks to the health journey of the person, through the entire lifespan, leveraging a variety of technologies to do so”' (ENJECT, 2016). However, CH is failing to reach its full potential – and therefore failing in its contribution to the realization of integrated care. We conducted a multi-disciplinary literature review across business, technology and healthcare journals, triangulated with a survey of CH experts from academia, industry and clinical settings representing 19 European countries (ENJECT, COST Action TD1405).||Type of material:||Conference Publication||Keywords:||Connected health; Data; Citizen engagement; Design; Business models||Other versions:||https://integratedcarefoundation.org/events/icic17-17th-international-conference-on-integrated-care-dublin||Language:||en||Status of Item:||Peer reviewed||Conference Details:||ICIC17: 17th International Conference on Integrated Care, Dublin, Ireland, 8-10 May 2017|
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